SomoS is proud to publish an audio/text excerpt of Angela Flury‘s novel-in-progress Berlin Cards & Crimes. Her text takes up themes such as translation, the multilingual world we live in, psychogeography and the loosely defined genre of the Berlin novel.
September 2-9, 2017, SomoS presents the installation “Uncanny Valley” by Artist-in-Residence Erin Mitchell (USA), exploring the relationships between humans and technology. Mitchell will transform the gallery space into an immersive installation that reanimates the idealized and commodified natural landscapes of our screensavers and desktop wallpapers. Opening reception: September 1, 6-9pm. Free entry.
We are welcoming Marguerite Harris back to SomoS for a Summer residency. Harris’ work incorporates elements of analog film, video-art, installation and New Media.
SomoS introduces new Artist-in-Residence Aske A. Hvidtfeldt, a young visual artist from Denmark. Using his unique blend of optimism, wit, and satire, his airbrush on paper work addresses current discussions on humanity and technology, freedom and democracy, the self and community.
SomoS is pleased to welcome new Artist-in-Residence, multi-cultural writer and artist Amphi/Tryon. Amphi is well-versed in the topics of political economy, gender studies and literature. She will explore the relationship between art, politics, spirituality and sexuality, with the completion of her most recent feminist writing project.
We welcome new Artist-in-Residence Adam Cohn (IL) to SomoS. During his time in Berlin, the young visual artist and educator will work on a set of large scale paintings, and conduct a drawing workshop at SomoS.
Syed Shoaib Mahmood
Aske A. Hvidtfeldt
Chueh Chiao Han
Todd Reece Johnson