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22. November - 15. December 2013

Window 002: Specific Location

Installation by

Charlotte Perrin

November 7, 2013

Starlight Kürzen

Marcus Becker

Ronald De Bloeme > > >

Matt Arbuckle > > >

2. November 2013

Window 001: Unaussprechliche Namen

Sculpture, objects, video by

Hendrik Czakainski

Steffen Kasperavicius

A live video performance broadcast from the artists' neighboring

studio in Donaustrasse 83

September 11, 2013

Build the | das Bild

Matt Couper > > >

Richard Frater

Joel Rickerby

Matt Arbuckle > > >

Build the | das Bild exhibition explores parallels between construction and deconstruction of the picture.

These works share the theme of ambiguous and hermeneutic imagery. We sense that there is a subject,

form, or narrative to be understood; their appeal lies in a lyricism and formal rigor between illusions of

space, both metaphorical and physical. These works exhibit a contemporary edge by denying the viewer

obvious footholds from which to access the artwork.

June 14 - 16, 2013

Ummöbeln; 48 Stunden Neukölln

Artworks by the students of Fachgebiet Bildende Kunst, TU Berlin

with Expo and TU Berlin Fachgebiet Bildende Kunst

If urban space were a jungle, then bushes, mushrooms, treestumps and vines would find their

counterparts in electric boxes, benches, lanterns and telephone booths.

For the 48 Stunden Neukölln event, Master of Architecture students in the Fachgebiet Bildende Kunst of

the TU Berlin exhibit their artworks which arise from the examination of city furniture in Neukölln. In a

juxtaposition of various approaches, the installation engages the spaces of Expo and Studio Baustelle in

Berthelsdorfer Str.

March 14 - 28, 2013

Ost und Wieder

Matt Arbuckle

Emma Lashmar

Edward McAliece

Three International artists based in Berlin present work which underscores the flux of the city. Such a flux

is explored in visual ephemera and recycled objects sourced from the city. Each artist’s process is

investigative and responsive engagement with Berlin, re-presenting and repurposing forms that are

subject to change in a rapidly expanding city. Is a form’s value in its recognition or use, and what is the

relationship there? Do we have a memory for forms when they shift constantly, and how do we respond

to a form we should recognise when we don’t?

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government

through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory


February 14 - 28, 2013

Interior Space: Photographs by Barbara Rosenthal and Elsa Thorp

Barbara Rosenthal

Elsa Thorp

Photographing interior spaces provides clues to the interior minds of the artists. These two

photographers, in moving and distinctly different styles, communicate their private sensations, making

them public in this way, thereby opening a pictorial dialogue with viewers so that they may contemplate

their own physical spaces in relation to their own inner thoughts.

photo credits Jan Sobottka

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