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September, 2016


Here are some impressions of the exhibition 'Und Sie wissen nicht, mit wem Sie reden (And you'd never guess to who you're talkin.)' at HilbertRaum:

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September, 2016


HILBERTRAUM
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Hannah van Ginkel

Magda Kaufmann

Dorothee Zombronner

Und Sie wissen nicht,
mit wem Sie reden.

Opening: Friday, 16.09.2016, 6-10pm

Duration: 16.09.-25.09.2016

Opening hours: Friday, 6-10pm

Saturday+Sunday, 2-7pm

Curated by: Kerstin Grein and Hannah van Ginkel



Und Sie wissen nicht, mit wem Sie reden.
(And you'd never guess to who you're talkin'.)


Harmless appearance? No surprises lurk behind this facade? These three artists' work, Hannah van Ginkel, Magda Kaufmann and Dorothee Zombronner confront societal expectations. They change, replace, manipulate and counter that which is established and widely known. Surrealist montages and alternative concepts come to the fore, challenging existing ideals and notions of role models. And will an idyll be destroyed in the process? Oops...then a ship, the black freighter, disappears out to sea, and on it is me.





Reuterstr. 31, 12047 Berlin, www.hilbertraum.org


January, 2016


Here are some impressions of the exhibition FERN WEH * HEIM WEH at tete::

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January, 2016


16. & 17. January, 2016 FERN WEH * HEIM WEH A mail-art project by Anke Becker / Exhibition

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Photo: Anke Becker

at tete, Schönhauser Allee 161A 10435 Berlin

Program and opening hours:

Saturday, 16. January / 1pm-open end
7pm: official opening & Heimweh-Bar

Sunday 17. January / 1pm-open end
3pm - 7pm / Movies concerning the theme Heim- and Fernweh. Free entries.

3pm-open end: Heimweh Bar

Stefka Ammon, Maria Andrade, Katherine Arias, Tamara Arroyo, Alfred Banze, Anthony Barilla, Michael Bause, Hannes Becker, Anke Becker, Matthias Beckmann, Ingrid Bego, Ansgar Beinke, Kyle Berglund, Markus Bickel, Lutz Bielefeld, Gam Bodenhausen, Alex Booth, Jenny Brown, Bettina Carl, Brian Chambers, Carolyn Chen, Ryan Christiansen, Duncan Coe, Patty Coates, Holland Cunningham, Kristina Darling, Denise Davies, Missy Dunaway, Frank Diersch, Gabriella Disler, Ilse Ermen, Luke Erwin, Christine Falk, Nadja Frank, Pat Friedli, Heike Gallmeier. Kati Gausmann, Nancy Goldring, Lauren Goldstein, Jessica Gonzalez, Kerstin Gottschalk, Lana Gilson, Sam Grigorian, Maggie Griepenstroh, Cyntia Hartling, Anne Hölck & Gian Manuel Rau, Devlin Hall, Marc Haselbach, Björn Hegardt, Aline Helmcke, Katharina Hinsberg, Veronike Hinsberg, Helmut Huber, Ralf Käselau, Charlie Kearns, Marte Kiessling, Alex Klenz, Pauline Kraneis, Ralf Krause, Doug&Fran Kreites, Traudl Kupfer, Juliane Laitzsch, Corinne Laroche, Michael Lee, Britta Lenk, Rita Leppiniemi, Dong Li, Pia Linz, Alec Mac Leod, Mike Little, Magali Martinez, Lyndzie Mayer, Lauren Maystrick, Eva-Christina Meier, Astrid Menze, Nanne Meyer, Larissa Moguel, Pat Nelsen, Eva Nikolova, Moritz Nitsche, Oda Pälmke, Tammy Partsch, Pam Pfeiffer, Katja Pudor, Jasmine Radetski, Steffen Reck, Inken Reinert, Denise Richard, Stefan Riebel, Jess Rice, Matthew Rose, Janine Sack, Dawn Schabner, Susanne Schirdewahn, Hannah Smith, Andrea Scholz, Anton Schwarzbach, Erin Sickler, Carlos Silva, Lauren Shomaker, Zuzanna Skiba, Steve Snell, Elisabeth Sonneck, Elizabeth Stehling, David Samuel Stern, Andree Stocker, Katrin Ströbel, NIkolas Theilgaard, Dorit Trebeljahr, Hannah van Ginkel, Andree Volkmann, Halsey Volkmer, Nora von Mendelssohn, Josh Weiner, Esme Weijun Wang, Ben Watkins, Patrick Weh Weihland, Anke Westermann, Sarah Weinert, Bill Witte, Jan Wurm, Katie Wynne, Michael Zander, Patricia Zarate, Michaela Zimmer

For more information:

www.fernwehthegoodlife.blogspot.de

www.heimweh-homesickness.blogspot.de


October, 2015


Here are some impressions of my solo show 'Brace Position' at HilbertRaum:

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October, 2015


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Opening:


Fri 9.10.2015, 6-10pm

with music by Katharina Micada, Musical saw,
and Sebastian Müller, Steel guitar, 8pm


Duration:


9.10.-18.10.2015


Opening hours:


Fri 6-10pm
Sat+Sun 2-7pm


Curated by:


Kerstin Grein



Brace Position. The exhibition presents collages, paintings, video and installations by Berlin-based artist Hannah van Ginkel. The works on display offer a varied insight
into a superficially different, sometimes horrifying world. This world is composed of
fragments of common things, gathered from everyday life, put into new forms and
contexts. Hereby they confront the spectator with the gaping abyss hidden behind the
highly polished facade of sanctioned reality. Please fasten your seatbelt - and enjoy.



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Reuterstr. 31
12047 Berlin

www.hilbertraum.com

Access:

U8 & U7 Hermanplatz U7 Rathaus Neukölln


June, 2015


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We look forward to see you there!



Opening hours:

Fr/Sa 19:00-24:00

So 12:00-18:00



Location:

Kunstraum Lucella Mannino

Hobrechtstr. 12

Berlin-Neukölln



Accesss:

U-Bahn station Hermannplatz


April, 2015


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Ali Altin (Düsseldorf), Jordan K. Artmaster (Frankfurt/Main), Christian Awe (Berlin), Arno Beck (Bonn), Kurt von Bley (Berlin), Peter Vincent Causemann (Düsseldorf), Ellen DeElaine (Berlin), Jay Gard (Berlin), Hannah van Ginkel (Berlin), Lukas Glinkowski (Berlin), Jochen Goerlach (Düsseldorf), Dimitri Horta (Zurüch), Ulrike Kazmaier (Düsseldorf), Thomas W. Kuhn (Berlin), Patrizia Lohmann (Düsseldorf), Mike MacKeldey (Berlin) , Claudia Marcela Robles (Düsseldorf), Sandra Schlipkoeter (Berlin), JST.Schmucki3 (Berlin), Alexander Skorobogatov (Berlin), Lisa C Soto (Los Angeles), Stefan Thiel (Berlin), Johannes Vetter (Berlin), Martin Hakan Weigl (Frankfurt/Main), Max Weinberg (Frankfurt/Main), Vittorio Zambardi (Berlin)


Location: HilbertRaum, Reuterstraszlig;e 31, 12047 Berlin (Neukölln), http://hilbertraum.org/

Preview: Friday, 1. May 2015, 5 to 10pm

Opening: Saturday, 2. May 2015, 7 to 10pm

Opening hours: Saturday, 2. May, 2 to 10pm Uhr und Sunday, 3. May, 2 to 8pm


2015, March


Here are some impressions of the exhibition opening 'The Sky Is Falling' at HilbertRaum:

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2015, March


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The Sky Is Falling


The sky is falling and the world is losing it's order.- The exhibition features the works of artists living in Berlin who attempt to address the relationship between the individual and society, between the self and the world. Their works question the perceived order of things, breaking the ideas down and developing them into something new. This is done by addressing moral concepts such as identity search, apocalypse, depression, paradise and utopia.


Reuterstr. 31, 12047 Berlin, www.hilbertraum.org


2015, February


In January I was kindly invited by Anke Becker, a Berlin-based artist, to take part in this very nice project:

Fernweh* the good life is a mail-art project by the German artist Anke Becker, created on the occasion of an artist residency at the KHN Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, USA / January and February 2015.

An international group of visual artists and writers has been invited by Anke to send a postcard to her in Nebraska with their very own interpretation of 'Fernweh..the good life'.

*the German word 'Fernweh' is a longing, an aching for the far-away, the painful longing to be far away. Fernweh is related to 'Heimweh' homesickness, aching for home.

In return, every participant will receive a similar, one-of-a-kind postcard from Nebraska City.

An exhibition of the postcards may be seen on the Open Studios of the KHN-Center for the Arts on Thursday, February 19 / from 5pm-7pm.

Here is a link to my postcard: A postcard to Nebraska

For more informations and to have look at all of the other postcards from artists all over the world:

fernwehthegoodlife.blogspot


2015, January


Here are some impressions of the exhibition opening 'Part two' at HilbertRaum:

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2015, January


Since a few months, I have worked on founding a new project space, together with some other artists. After a lot of work, I am very happy to invite you to the first exhibition at HilbertRaum!

I am going to show one of my works in the second part of the inaugural exhibition.

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HilbertRaum 1:1 and 1:2

Welcome to the first exhibition in HilbertRaum, a new project space in the middle of Reuterkiez. HilbertRaum is an independent, non-commercial art space run by a group of 14 Berlin based artists.

Our inaugural exhibition is a two-part show, presenting the work of the individual artists behind HilbertRaum.

Part one opens on Friday 16th of January, 6pm.

Part two opens on Friday 23rd of January, 6pm.

We look forward to welcoming you in HilbertRaum in Reuterstrasse 31 (between Sonnenallee and Weserstrasse in Neukölln).

Access: U7+U8 Hermannplatz, U7 Rathaus Neukölln.

The members of HilbertRaum are: Feriel Bendjama, David Benforado, Ellen DeElaine, Kuno Ebert, Hannah van Ginkel, Andy Holtin, Howard Katz, Niina Lehtonen-Braun, Sandra Schlipkoeter, Sandra Setzkorn, Tobias Sternberg, Nathalie Tafelmacher, Yoann Trellu and Daniel Wiesenfeld.

For more information:'HilbertRaum'

or on Facebook:'HilbertRaum.berlin'


2014, September


From October 4th to 5th I will take part in an exhibition namend 'Schlaraffenland'. The show is located at 'Alte Börse Marzahn'.

I am looking forward to see you there!


Location: Alte Börse Marzahn, Beilsteiner Str. 51-85, 12681 Berlin

Opening: Saturday, 4.10.2014, 17-22pm,

After Show Party: 4.10.2014, from 22pm: DJ-Set Eberhard Havekost and many more at Czar Hagestolz

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 4.10.2014, from 17-22pm, Sunday, 5.10.2014, 14-20pm

Website:'facebook schlaraffenland'

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Participating Artists:

Ali Altin (Düsseldorf), Jordan K. Artmaster (Frankfurt/Main), Christian Awe (Berlin), Herbert Basilewski (Berlin), Arno Beck (Berlin), Kurt von Bley (Berlin), Madeleine Boschan (Berlin), Peter Vincent Causemann (Düsseldorf), Ellen DeElaine (Berlin), Jay Gard (Berlin), Hannah van Ginkel (Berlin), Lukas Glinkowski (Berlin), Jochen Goerlach (Düsseldorf), Dimitri Horta (Zürich), Ulrike Kazmaier (Düsseldorf), Thomas W. Kuhn (Berlin), Patrizia Lohmann (Düsseldorf), Mike MacKeldey (Berlin), Claudia Marcela Robles (Düsseldorf), Sandra Schlipkoeter (Berlin), JST.Schmucki 3 (Berlin), Alexander Skorobogatov (Berlin), Lisa C Soto (Los Angeles), Stefan Thiel (Berlin), Johannes Vetter (Berlin), Alexander Ernst Voigt (Düsseldorf), Martin Hakan Weigl (Frankfurt/Main), Max Weinberg (Frankfurt/Main), Vittorio Zambardi (Berlin)

With support from:

Alte Börse Marzahn GmbH, Fachbereiches Kultur Marzahn-Hellersdorf, Berliner Bierfabrik, Marzahner Börsenbräu GmbH and Filmproduktion Achtung Licht.


2014, JULY


During the art festival I met Elfie Berkenbusch a journalist from Düsseldorf. We talked about living as an artist in Berlin. This interview and even more interesting conversations concerning this topic you will find on her blog:

'Künstler in Berlin'


2014, JULY


Here are some impressions of my installation 'Sommerblumen' at the 'Klunkerkranich' during the art festival '48 Stunden Neukölln':

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2014, JUNE


I want to briefly inform you about a few changes in the presentation of my installation 'Sommerblumen' as part of the art festival '48 Stunden Neukölln' in Berlin.

The small garden shed, has now become a garden tent, that invites you to make yourself comfortable on the couch inside and enjoy my installation. You can find the tent behind the entrance to the 'Klunkerkranich'.

Exact Location description/public transport:

U-Bahn station Rathaus Neukölln
Entrance Postbank/Bibliothek
Elevator to the 5th floor basement
Walk up to the 6th floor.

I would like to recommend, to visit the exhibition on Saturday/Sunday between 10am and 15am, because, as the organizer informed me, afterwards it might get so crowdy that for security reasons there is no more intake.

Despite all that I will show my installation on Friday 19pm to 22pm and Saturday/Sunday 10am to 19pm. Of course I am pleased to see you there later than 15am, but I have to point out that the entrance from 16pm is 3 Euro.

Now I wish us for the weekend quite a lot of sunshine and look forward to meet you at 48 Stunden Neukölln!


2014, JUNE


From June 27th to 29th the art festival '48 Stunden Neukölln' will take place in Berlin. The festival theme deals with the issue 'Courage'. I'm presenting my installation 'Sommerblumen' at a very special place: In a garden shed, which is located in a city garden, over the rooftops of Berlin. I will provide the full version of my work as well as a selection of pages on the subject "Courage".

The installation will be shown on Friday from 19pm to 22pm and Saturday/Sunday from 10am to 19pm on the 6th parking deck of the 'Klunkerkranich'. More then 80 artists will present their works at that place. So there is a lot to discover!

I am looking forward to see you there!

For more information: '48 Stunden Neukölln Programm'


2014, MARCH


I am pleased to inform you that I am now represented by the online gallery '5 Pieces Gallery' with three of my works. You will find this works on: '5 Pieces Gallery'


2014, February


Like announced in July the important changes at the work cycle 'Sommerblumen' are done so far. Your are now welcome to view the interactive version. Of course, this is a work playing around with german language and from time to time I was thinking about adding some english subtitles to it. But I came to the point that it is not possible transfering the meaning and esprit into english in a pleasant way ... so, only german. Viel Vergnügen!


2014, JANUARY


Artworks '2013' was updated. Please have a look and enjoy ;-).

..and here is the video, which was mentioned further down in this text.




2013, JULY


Currently I'm completely drowning in updating my website and there is still some work to do.

When everything is ready you can see the final version of my installation 'Sommerblumen' on this website. In this moment you can only watch and listen to the draft version by browsing to 'Artworks/2012'.
I have attached an explanatory text in which you can learn more about the installation itself, the presentation and my intentions. In the moment this explanation is only in German. The English version will come up soon. Nevertheless the pictures speak for themselves!

In 2012 my dear friend Isabel Kronenberger made a short movie about me during my application for the TV-series 'Alles für die Kunst' at Arte TV in my studio. I will also put this on my website shortly.
In this movie you will see me in front of the installation 'Aufwachsen', that I'm working on since 2012 and that still handicaps me since that time, because it's that big. I hope to finish that work quite soon.
However, this still needs a lot of small lamps that are to be connected to it and on the floor I want a mound of potting soil. So stay tuned!

My latest paintings are collages on canvas. This work cycle produced by the random deliquescence of ink on the wet canvas. In the semi-dry paint I draw with ink again. During the dry phase I sit between huge stacks of newspapers (fashion, lifestyle and porn magazines, newspapers and advertising leaflets) and search the image material for my collages. First, the material gets color-sorted and is assembled after that to new socially critical 'inner images'. The result can be found at 'Artworks/2013'.


Now I wish you all a lot of fun browsing my site!