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Berlin

Atelierhof Kreuzberg

Exhibition Detail


August 22nd, 2012 - August 26th, 2012
Opening: 
August 22nd, 2012 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, Kate Hers Rhee, Megan Cotts, ruth le gear, Regina de Miguel, Sharon Houkema, Lindsay Lawson, Klaas Hübner, Rebecca Smith, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Annika Rixen, Ylva Westerlund, Heba Amin, Stephan Backes, Michiel Huijben, François Martig, Alex Martinis Roe, Lynda Amer Meziane, Nicolas Puyjalon, Aiko Tezuka, Ciarán WalshKate Hers Rhee, Megan Cotts, ruth le gear, Regina de Miguel, Sharon Houkema, Lindsay Lawson, Klaas Hübner, Rebecca Smith, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Annika Rixen, Ylva Westerlund, Heba Amin, Stephan Backes, Michiel Huijben, François Martig, Alex Martinis Roe, Lynda Amer Meziane, Nicolas Puyjalon, Aiko Tezuka, Ciarán Walsh

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Exhibition curated by Node Center Resident Curators - Summer 2012

Letters from the Field

22-26 August 2012

 

Vernissage: Wednesday 22 August, 7-10pm


Visiting Hours: Thursday - Sunday, 2-8pm

 

Atelierhof Kreuzberg  

Schleiermacherstraße 31-37 

Berlin 10961 

U-Bahn U7 at Gneisenaustr.

 

Letters from the Field is a group exhibition and publication curated by the nine residents of the Node Center for Curatorial Studies 2012 summer program. Letters from the Field features work by twenty artists currently working in Berlin. The resident curators have invited artists to respond to six contemporary topics that address histories, futures, and fictions. The form of the artists' responses range from written content to video, painting, sculpture and performance. 

Functioning as a conceptual framework to the exhibition, the publication contains artists' contributions and essays by curators in a series of eight chapters. The book is presented in a malleable format that can be edited by the viewer, with a chapter left partially blank for additional responses.

These assembled elements attempt to reveal the process of the production of ideas and critical methodologies. Through collaboration and correspondence, Letters from the Field is an experiment in exposing what our present is.

There will be performances by Lynda Amer Meziane and Nicolas Puyjalon at the opening reception.

The participating artists are Heba Amin, Stephan Backes, Megan Cotts, Regina De Miguel, Kate Hers, Sharon Houkema, Klaas Hübner, Michiel Huijben, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Lindsay Lawson, Ruth Le Gear, François Martig, Alex Martinis Roe, Lynda Amer Meziane, Nicolas Puyjalon, Annika Rixen, Rebecca Smith, Aiko Tezuka, Ciarán Walsh, and Ylva Westerlund.

Letters from the Field is curated by Lee Foley, Catherine Gomersall, Gladys-Katherina Hernando, Sinejan Kılıç, Maeve Mulrennan, Iohanna Nicenboim, Marília Pasculli, Dunja Rmandić, and Tanya Toft.


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