Exhibition space: Kottbusser Str. 10 / Offices and studios: Kohlfurter Str. 41-43, 10999 Berlin
On Thursday 18 January, we are very pleased to open exhibitions by Ahmed Ghoneimy, Min Kyung Kam, Tomoko Kawai, RYU Biho, and Tracey Snelling.
The work of filmmaker Ahmed Ghoneimy engages with the multifarious forms of human interaction and the resultant dependencies and tension and is set against the backdrop of Egypt's firmly established, traditional patriarchy.
Min Kyung Kam | a memory without a roof
Min Kyung Kam attempts with her works to evaluate her own role as a subject in the context of society and time. Basing her artistic process on hand-written letters, old books or photos of unknown individuals, she poses the question of human existence and the omnipresent aspect of time.
Tomoko Kawai | On the Origin of Springs
Tomoko Kawai’s exhibition invites the visitor to trace perception strings, follow thoughts and discover connecting axes of rhythm and forms of life through photography, film and installation, always including movement and the body itself as a tool of understanding.
8pm: Opening performance with Akemi Nagao and Michael Tuttle
Ryu Biho | Letter from the Netherworld
In his filmic works Ryu Biho explores human emotions such as mourning, suffering, despair and empathy, evolving from personal and political conflicts or ideological confrontations. By contrast to earlier works, Ryu's current projects concentrate on focal points of social and political developments.
Tracey Snelling | First We Take Manhattan
Tracey Snelling’s artistic practice is based on her interest in sociological, psychological and geographical occurrences. For her show, various forms of her signature small-scaled room and house sculptures will be displayed, while presenting two life-sized spatial installations at the exhibition’s centre.
Performance in Snelling's installations during the opening
Vernissage: Thursday 18 January 2017, 7 — 10pm
Exhibitions: 19 January – 11 February 2018, Tue — Sun, 2 – 7pm