08/09 – 20/10/2022
MeetFrida Art Space
Große Elbstraße 68
stilwerk, 4 floor
Opening hours: Mo-Fr 10-18 Uhr
14/09 – 09/10/2022
stilwerk KantGaragen Berlin
Kantstraße 127, 10625
Special opening hours during Berlin Art Week, 15-18/09: Thurs - Sun 12 - 8 pm
19/09 - 09/10: by arrangement
Two locations, nine artists, one project: the group exhibition BEYOND SPACE combines different artistic positions who deal with the topic of „space“ in a variety of individual approaches. What is space? Which pose processes shape public and private spaces? AnD what is our relationship to them?
With BEYOND SPACE, we extend and question the space and places, in which we experience art. The exhibition takes place simultaneously in two different locations: in our MeetFridas ArtSpace in stilwerk Hamburg and in the soon to be opened Stilwerk Berlin.
Participating artists: Renata Palekcic, Ju Schnee, Petra Gell, Marc Einsiedel und Felix Jung, Jana Schumacher, Tanja Hehmann, Joana Lucas, Offbeat und Stephan Hohenthanner.
08.09. 18-21 Uhr VERNISSAGE MeetFrida ArtSpace, stilwerk Hamburg
14.09. 18-21 Uhr VERNISSAGE stilwerk KantGaragen, Berlin
08.10. FINISSAGE stilwerk KantGaragen, Berlin
20.10. FINISSAGE MeetFrida ArtSpace, stilwerk Hamburg
At a time when private and public spaces have merged without clear boundaries and real and digital space are also becoming increasingly intertwined, the exhibition aims to explore this dissolution and blurring of traditional spatial experiences and, in its overarching concept, deliberately focuses on the locations of Berlin and Hamburg as opposing and complementary poles.
Art lovers and explorers are invited to deepen their own examination of the theme of space/spatiality through the works on display and to question points of view. The works of the artists shown support this process through their different approaches to the theme, through the biographies and themes of the individual artists, and through the use of classical as well as digital means of artistic appropriation and examination. The works shown intervene in the space themselves, become independent spatial structures or open up a space within the boundaries of the image. The works use a variety of media, from photography to sculptural and digital works to painting and textiles.
BEYOND SPACE BERLIN
Credits: Ken Schluchtmann, diephotodesigner.de
BEYOND SPACE HAMBURG
Credits: David Reineke
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