Kunst am Spreeknie Festival 2017

Kunst Am Spreeknie Festival is pleased to announce ‘’Social Geometrism’’. The exhibition will take place from April 28 to May 7 at ‘’Reinbeckhallen’’, a renovated former transformer plant in the heart of Schöneweide.

Participating Artists: Sophie Erlund, Felix Kiessling, Ignacio Uriarte, Raul Walch, Stephen Kent, Vanessa Enriquez, Ossian Fraser, Gonzalo Reyes Araos, Jennifer Oellerich, Florian Schmidt, Nadine Fecht, Francisco Rozas, Juan Varela, Panagiotis Margaritis

The theme of this year’s festival came as an extension of "Social Geometry", a term, which was introduced by the American sociologist Donald Black in an effort to measure social morphology, as it had been developed within the postmodern society. Black’s model was a cluster, composed by geometrical lines and shapes, which intended to symbolize and interpret social phenomena. The multidimensional geometric amalgams that arose were designed to convey the real space where people live, while also stand as a new type of geography.

In a time where social patterns have been evolving in unprecedented ways, ‘’Social Geometrism’’ tries to explore and highlight aspects of those new spatiotemporal formations. The exhibition brings together lines, solids, surfaces and more complex polyhedral figures that present themselves as sociological models. Through the display of international Berlin-based artists dealing with a different approach to materiality, and by their placement in a common space, a multidimensional environment emerges confronting the viewer with new problematics that are present at our time.

Opening hours:
April 29-May 7 11:00-18:00

For more info and full program of the Festival please visit:
www.kunstamspreeknie.org

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Fri, 28 Apr, 19.00h
28 Apr 20177 May 2017

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