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Tina Braegger ⁠The Dream Relatives, Reading Tour⁠⁠⁠⁠The merch of Tina Braegger, accompanying the book launch of her new ...
11/12/2023

Tina Braegger ⁠
The Dream Relatives, Reading Tour⁠
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The merch of Tina Braegger, accompanying the book launch of her new novel ‘The Dream Relatives’ or ‘Zu Besuch bei den Träumlingverwandten,’ is available for pre-order on our website.⁠

A book launch for Braegger’s second novel, entitled The Dream Relatives, will be held at Société on 14 December, 2023.



Société is pleased to present Winter’s Springs: Live in Space! by Trisha Baga at the 21st Edition of LOOP Barcelona, Roo...
21/11/2023

Société is pleased to present Winter’s Springs: Live in Space! by Trisha Baga at the 21st Edition of LOOP Barcelona, Room 111, Hotel Almanac, Barcelona from November 21-23, 2023.


Trisha Baga
Winter’s Springs: Live in Space!, 2018-2020
Projected video on acrylic on canvas
106.7 x 157.5 cm
42 x 62 in
Duration: 35 min 59 sec


The American artist Trisha Baga considers video an umbrella term that encompasses various streams of making. “Beneath that umbrella,” they explain, “I touch a lot of other media along the way like painting and sculpture.” The work Winter’s Springs: Live in Space! exemplifies the significant position that transdiciplinarity and community hold in their practice. Whether making a stand-alone painting or a complex multi-media installation, Baga prioritizes daily experience and social communities as the grounding context of their work. “I consider my work a product of collaboration and improvisation, with others, and also with myself, as I role-shift,” they explain, “my primary medium is editing. I’m a composition maker at heart. The rest of it, the ceramics, the paintings, even the act of filming: that’s all a combination of research, exercise, and social practice.”


BLAU INTERNATIONAL No. 9, Winter 2023/2024Text: Benjamin BarlowAnh Tran’s fist solo exhibition MCML###IX at the gallery ...
31/10/2023

BLAU INTERNATIONAL No. 9, Winter 2023/2024
Text: Benjamin Barlow


Anh Tran’s fist solo exhibition MCML###IX at the gallery is on view until November 25, 2023.


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Trisha Baga, Lu YangHOPEMuseion, BolzanoSeptember 30, 2023 – February 25, 2024HOPE invites visitors to move between real...
02/10/2023

Trisha Baga, Lu Yang
HOPE
Museion, Bolzano
September 30, 2023 – February 25, 2024


HOPE invites visitors to move between real and imagined spaces and times to try on alternative viewpoints. The exhibition architecture suggests an upside-down, non-linear path through the building, leading first to the fourth floor, which showcases various artistic time capsules in an observatory-like setting. By proceeding through individual and collective artistic cosmologies, the self and the other are open for exploration beyond a humancentric worldview. Here, the selection of artworks creates a sci-fi atmosphere between apocalyptic scenarios and new beginnings at the intersection of the humanities, technology, ecology, and economy.

Trisha Baga
Shadow, 2022
121.9 x 152.4 x 5.1 cm
48 x 60 x 2 in

Lu Yang
Electromagnetic Brainology, 2017
Five-channel video installation, colour
Duration: 13 min 34 sec
Dimensions variable



Tina Braegger   #22 NEW ACQUISITIONS II Hildebrand Collection   Kunsthalle G2 September 22, 2023 – Januar 14, 2024 With ...
30/09/2023

Tina Braegger
#22 NEW ACQUISITIONS II
Hildebrand Collection
Kunsthalle G2
September 22, 2023 – Januar 14, 2024


With NEW ACQUISITIONS II, the G2 Kunsthalle presents a selection of new acquisitions of national and international position of the Hildebrand Collection.

Tina Braegger
Some jokes are funnier than others, 2022
Oil on Linen
205 x 130 x 4 cm
80 1/2 x 51 x 1 1/2 in



Jeanette MundtGod Told Him to WaitSociété, BerlinSeptember 8 – October 21, 2023Jeanette MundtThe Quickening, 2023Oil on ...
21/09/2023

Jeanette Mundt
God Told Him to Wait
Société, Berlin
September 8 – October 21, 2023


Jeanette Mundt
The Quickening, 2023
Oil on canvas
56 x 71.5 x 2.5 cm
22 x 28 x 1 in


Why painter Conny Maier traded Berlin for a Portuguese surfing hotspotLink in bio 🌊🌊 m.connymaier
14/08/2023

Why painter Conny Maier traded Berlin for a Portuguese surfing hotspot

Link in bio 🌊🌊


m.connymaier

Kaspar MüllerArt Basel Parcours 2023June 15 - 18, 2023A group of tall straw figures perform gestures like pointing, spre...
14/06/2023

Kaspar Müller
Art Basel Parcours 2023
June 15 - 18, 2023


A group of tall straw figures perform gestures like pointing, spreading out their arms as though calling for a stop, striding, crawling on all fours, and stretching. Reminiscent of traditional ceremonies, folkloric customs, masks, and even scarecrows, they seem familiar yet strange. Made of natural, raw materials, the sculptures were built by hand as an ephemeral, site-specific, and temporary installation.


Kaspar Müller
8 Figuren, 2023
Straw, wood, metal, foam, h**p wire
Dimensions variable



Kaspar Müller⁠The Poet’s Folly and the Sovereign’s Hand⁠Art Biesenthal, curated by Alexia Timmermans⁠June 3 - July 30, 2...
03/06/2023

Kaspar Müller⁠
The Poet’s Folly and the Sovereign’s Hand⁠
Art Biesenthal, curated by Alexia Timmermans⁠
June 3 - July 30, 2023⁠
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Folly has long fascinated as a subject. The fool has evolved as a metaphor conveying the dichotomy between insanity and common sense. While the fool may lack reason, it possesses hidden or prophetic wisdom that is unattainable to the sane. Its most prominent representation, perhaps, is that of a ship with a dysfunctional crew aimlessly crossing the ocean. The allegory of the ship of fools can be traced back to Plato's Republic, and by the sixteenth century, penetrated Western literature and visual arts, with notable works including Sebastian Brant's Das Narrenschiff (Ship of Fools), Hieronymus Bosch's The Cure of Folly, Desiderius Erasmus' In Praise of Folly, and more recently, Michel Foucault's Madness and Civilization, which has revived critical attention to this enduring theme.⁠

The term ‘folly’ originates from the French word ‘folie’, which can refer to ‘madness’, ‘lack of good sense’, or ‘false belief’, but can also connote ‘delight’. Over time and across cultures, the meaning of folly has evolved, with interpretations often lying in the eye of the beholder. In theatre and architecture, follies are typically characterised by formal eccentricities and excesses, aiming at activating the viewer’s perspective. In visual arts, however, folly can convey expressions of imagination or self-definition, while also serving as an agent of truth that holds up a mirror to contemporary issues, including the very notion itself.⁠
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Marianna Simnett⁠Bodies of Identities⁠Casino Luxembourg⁠May 06, 2023 - September 10, 2023⁠⁠Opening today at 6pm⁠⁠Bodies ...
05/05/2023

Marianna Simnett⁠
Bodies of Identities⁠
Casino Luxembourg⁠
May 06, 2023 - September 10, 2023⁠
⁠Opening today at 6pm


Bodies of Identities questions the complex issues of identity in our contemporary society. Today, questions of identity are posed in relation to equivocal, sometimes conflicting orientations, at the intersection of psychological, philosophical, biological, geographical, cultural and socio-political issues.⁠
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Marianna Simnett⁠Bodies of Identities⁠Casino Luxembourg⁠May 06, 2023 - September 10, 2023Opening today at 6pm⁠⁠⁠⁠Bodies ...
05/05/2023

Marianna Simnett⁠
Bodies of Identities⁠
Casino Luxembourg⁠
May 06, 2023 - September 10, 2023
Opening today at 6pm⁠
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Bodies of Identities questions the complex issues of identity in our contemporary society. Today, questions of identity are posed in relation to equivocal, sometimes conflicting orientations, at the intersection of psychological, philosophical, biological, geographical, cultural and socio-political issues.⁠
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Marianna Simnett1.5 Degrees. Interdependencies between Life, the Cosmos, and TechnologyKunsthalle MannheimApril 7, 2023 ...
06/04/2023

Marianna Simnett
1.5 Degrees. Interdependencies between Life, the Cosmos, and Technology
Kunsthalle Mannheim
April 7, 2023 - August 10, 2023


Plants as data repositories, algae as energy sources and microorganisms as empathic dialog partners: The exhibition project "1.5 Degrees" examines the complex interplay between man, nature and technology and, following a multi-voiced approach, demonstrates how the climate crisis is affecting every area of life. In the form of thematic fragments, the exhibition extends across all floors of the museum, integrating the areas displaying the permanent collection, and further to the grounds of the German National Garden Show Mannheim 2023, BUGA 23. Individual chapters deal, among other things, with artistic forms of activism, the significance of human-animal relations or the connection between art, science and technology.



Marianna Simnett ⁠FIREFLY⁠, Performance ⁠March 28th, 7.30pm⁠⁠
⁠⁠"FIREFLY" will expand on her video work "Blue Moon", cur...
22/03/2023

Marianna Simnett ⁠
FIREFLY⁠, Performance ⁠
March 28th, 7.30pm⁠
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"FIREFLY" will expand on her video work "Blue Moon", currently on view in the show, continuing her exploration of mimicry and the flute as a technology for transformation. Simnett’s new composition is inspired by the synchronous flashing of fireflies and their dazzling illumination of a landscape through collective behaviour."⁠

Bookings via the link in ⁠ bio.
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Darren Bader fünfdreierFebruary 10 - March 18, 2023garden (study)Gather 280 or more of the lidded container seen in the ...
23/02/2023

Darren Bader
fünfdreier
February 10 - March 18, 2023


garden (study)

Gather 280 or more of the lidded container seen in the photo provided.* Fill** each container with a different something; then secure the lid. Stack all the containers as evenly as possible and water them three or more times a week for many weeks, never exceeding twelve waterings a week. No fixatives should be used when stacking.

If a container cracks, it’s recommended it be responsibly disposed of and its contents*** transferred to an unused container.*



 is nominated for Kunstspreis der Böttcherstraße. Her work „The Bird Game“ will be presented at .bremen from 27.08.-30.1...
26/08/2022

is nominated for Kunstspreis der Böttcherstraße. Her work „The Bird Game“ will be presented at .bremen from 27.08.-30.10.2022.



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Video still
Marianna Simnett
The Bird Game, 2019
16mm converted to Digital HD
video with 5.1 surround sound
20 minutes

Congratulations to Timur Si-Qin!  „I´m deeply grateful to share the completion of"Sacred Footprint", a 16 meter tall, 3d...
25/08/2022

Congratulations to Timur Si-Qin!

„I´m deeply grateful to share the completion of
"Sacred Footprint", a 16 meter tall, 3d printed,
cast, and painted, steel and aluminum sculpture
for Meta's () new New York headquarters
in the renovated historic James A. Farley Postal
Service building in midtown Manhattan.

Sacred Footprint primarily takes form from, and
is rooted in, the Temperate Deciduous Forest
eco-region of New York state and the greater
northeast. While having supported our species
for over 50 thousand years, Temperate
Deciduous Forests evolved over the past 30
million years and are some
of the oldest biocommunities living in the world.
Their increasing vulnerability to the climate crisis
make temperate forests symbolic of the danger
the living world is in.

The tree is composed of many different species
of trees that I encountered and 3d scanned. The
different types of trees, branches and leaves that
make up the sculpture represent a variety of
different New York eco-regions like the stunted-
conifer boreal islands, vestiges of the last ice-
age that are found in New York's highest
elevations and make up the crown of the
sculpture; down through high altitude yellow and
paper birch hardwood; down further through
lower elevation species like Red Oak and White Ash.

Sacred Footprint references the mythical Tree of
Life, an ancient concept that appears in many
cultures, traditions, and religions worldwide. The
Tree of Life traverses the heavens, the earth, and
the underworld and represents the
interconnectedness of all things. The different
tree species link together into a chain, or
necklace, suspended from wires above the 4
floor central atrium of Meta's office. The
interlinked trees represent the web of
ecosystems and the inherent resilience of
diversity as well as the literal genetic family tree
of all life on earth. The helix links reference the
woven and braided nature of the world, the braid
of life, as found in the cosmologies of many First
Nations cultures, as well as alluding to the double
helix structure of DNA and the code of life.“





04/08/2022

Save the date!
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We are looking forward to be part of Berlin Art Week! Open from 10-6 pm from Monday to Saturday.





check their website for the programme:
https://berlinartweek.de/en/programme/

Spotted in:  ‘s PROGRAMME PREVIEW FALL/WINTER 2022/23 Bunny Rogers is part of Sammlung Boros  #4, the current presentati...
16/07/2022

Spotted in: ‘s PROGRAMME PREVIEW FALL/WINTER 2022/23

Bunny Rogers is part of Sammlung Boros #4, the current presentation by .

#4

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Installation view
Courtesy: Boros Collection, Berlin © NOSHE

 NetiNeti  22 September 2022 – 12 February 2023LuYang’s work destabilises the divisions between past and future, human a...
07/07/2022

NetiNeti
22 September 2022 – 12 February 2023


LuYang’s work destabilises the divisions between past and future, human and machine, and life and death, reflected in the title of the exhibition, which incorporates the Sanskrit expression ‘Neti Neti’, meaning “not this, not that”, or “neither this, nor that”. Immersed in the cultures of anime, video games and sci-fi, the artist’s wildly engaging and darkly humorous projects are all-consuming in their visual and sonic intensity. They combine aspects of traditional spiritual belief with motifs from science and medicine to investigate the mysteries and mechanics of the human body and mind.

The exhibition will centre on DOKU, LuYang’s own digital avatar. Using advanced motion capture and CGI animation technology, DOKU combines ancient ideas of reincarnation with a contemporary exploration of the multiplicity of the self. LuYang has created six versions of the DOKU avatar to date, corresponding to the six paths of reincarnation as described in Buddhism. The movements assigned to these characters have been created through the motion tracking of real human dancers the artist has collaborated with, including performers of the traditional Legong dance of Bali, Indonesia, and Japanese pop dancer kEnkEn.







📸 Cover design for King Kong magazine (crop), issue 13 SS22. Courtesy the artist.

Come and see Andrea Fourchy’s solo show Bachelors  from monday to saturday 10pm - 6pm. Open until July 30, 2022.        ...
28/06/2022

Come and see Andrea Fourchy’s solo show Bachelors from monday to saturday 10pm - 6pm.
Open until July 30, 2022.



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Andrea Fourchy
Sie Kommen, Green, 2022
acrylic on canvas
177.8 x 177.8 x 2.5 cm
70 x 70 x 1 in

Trisha Baga in good company ! Come join us at our booth J17
16/06/2022

Trisha Baga in good company ! Come join us at our booth J17






Marianna Simnett Prayers for Roadkill , 2022 Art Basel Unlimited Booth U8
13/06/2022

Marianna Simnett
Prayers for Roadkill , 2022


Art Basel Unlimited
Booth U8






Jeanette MundtSmart and Bold, 2022Oil on canvas Dimensions variable 320 x 1300 cm Art Basel Unlimited Booth U33
13/06/2022

Jeanette Mundt
Smart and Bold, 2022
Oil on canvas
Dimensions variable
320 x 1300 cm


Art Basel Unlimited
Booth U33





Timur Si-QinForgiving Change, 2018 Cast aluminum and paint 300 x 215 x 230 cm118 1/2 x 84 1/2 x 90 1/2 inHistorisches Mu...
13/06/2022

Timur Si-Qin
Forgiving Change, 2018
Cast aluminum and paint
300 x 215 x 230 cm
118 1/2 x 84 1/2 x 90 1/2 in


Historisches Museum Basel, Haus zum Kirschgarten




Andrea Fourchy - Bachelors  In her new series of paintings, Fourchy inverts conventional relationships between human sub...
09/06/2022

Andrea Fourchy - Bachelors

In her new series of paintings, Fourchy inverts conventional relationships between human subjects and objects. The Bond characters who recur in several paintings operate as an “accessory” to the menswear and classic cars that appear throughout the exhibition. Unlike the human figures, which seem collaged like paper dolls, the bodies of the cars swell with voluptuous curves while evening wear and bikinis are emptied and cropped to evoke absent bodies. As with the updates to James Bond over time, design and period revival are evident in the suit-paintings as well.



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Andrea Fourchy, Bachelors, Installation views

"It’s important to remember that you’re born naked, and the rest is drag.“ - RuPaulJoin us tomorrow from 6-9 pm for the ...
07/06/2022

"It’s important to remember that you’re born naked, and the rest is drag.“ - RuPaul

Join us tomorrow from 6-9 pm for the opening of Bachelors, the first solo exhibition of New York - based artist Andrea Fourchy in Europe.

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