Through Sven Kacirek, I met Andi, another musician- another person- who spend hours in front of an instrument, learning, interacting, chatting, and reaching new depths until finally achieving the sensation that he has formed a “nice relationship with his (should I said “him” like a person? Why not?) Him, his instrument!”
Poster from the exhibition “Der Weisse Strich”, Stadtmuseum Weimar, photograph © Clara Stein
Der Weisse Strich – The White Stripe – tells the true story of five German boys in their twenties who decided to paint a white line along the Berlin Wall in November 1986 and what befell after their act. The story is displayed and transcribed through a variety of mediums (numerous pictures, television coverage/report, copies of official files and records), presented in a room on the ground floor of the Stadtmuseum Weimar. Read more…
Bouchè 75, is a meeting place for people who wish to develop their creative skills discovering and practicing techniques. It is also the place where The life drawing sessions are happening. An opportunity to draw and meet drawers, with experienced models posing for 2 hours in a beautiful location.
This Ain’t California has been doing the rounds for some time now and has certainly created a stir for its authenticity, which has been questioned in German here and English here. After reading about the film, I was excited to see it and the Mobile Kino at the Urban Spree and it didn’t disappoint.
One of the speakers at our next Networking Brunch will be Bjorn Hegardt.
Our next Networking Brunch will take place on Saturday, December 14th at the Artconnect Berlin HQ. This month we will feature two tantalizing guests: FUKT Magazine and TRAFO POP. Come join us to talk about some seriously inspiring and innovative art!
© FUKT Magazine
The annual Berlin-based FUKT magazine for contemporary drawing was founded 1999 and focuses on drawing as an independent research and artistic practice.
It is an international magazine, inviting a selection of the most interesting artists and writers to present their views on contemporary drawing. Fukt is in constant transformation with all issues in different size and layout, made by the designer Ariane Spanier. The talk will be given by the Norwegian/Swedish artist Björn Hegardt, who is the founder and editor of the magazine.
© FUKT Magazine
Trafo Pop is a group of cyclists who are also professional artists. They build jackets using wearable technology, organize Night Rides and workshops.
It’s also a community you can join during their many events open to anyone into technology, creativity, spectral colors, chain grease, lightning and having fun!
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Work by Ralf Tekaat, photograph © Alissa Ugolini
Massive is a well-deserved title for Ralf Tekaat’s solo exhibition at the Kulturschöpfer. This exhibition houses large format pencil drawings displaying fictitious scenery and landscape scenes in a wonderful fusion of lines, shading and shadow play. The Massive exhibition is a visual feast for your eyes and is an aesthetically pleasing experience that will whet your appetite for more.
89plus is a long-term, international, multi-platform research project co-founded by Simon Castets and Hans Ulrich Obrist. It is conceived as a mapping of the generation born in or after 1989. Without forecasting artistic trends or predicting future creation, 89plus manifests itself through panels, books, periodicals and exhibitions, bringing together individuals from a generation whose voices are only starting to be heard, yet which makes up almost half of the world’s population. Read more…
This weekend is filled with some amazing exhibitions, performances and opportunities for you, so dig in!
In the series “Youborn”, Berlin-based photo artist Frank Lassak (Efacts Photography) reflects on the current trend to voluntarily sacrifice privacy through the use of social media. The series has received some – quite controversial – attention by curators and art critics all over Europe and the US and is now shown for the first time in Berlin. Read more…