Songs from Misanthropolis – Aske A. Hvidtfeldt
October 6-14 2017, SomoS presents Songs from Misanthropolis, a solo exhibition of works on paper by Danish visual artist Aske A. Hvidtfeldt. Exploring relevant political and societal topics, Hvidtfeldt apples his unique blend of optimism, wit, and satire in new intricate and surreal work made in SomoS.
Stefanie Wolff – Project Heimat
November 7-11 2017 SomoS presents an overview of recent work of Argentinian photographer Stefanie Wolff. Stefanie’s ongoing photographic essay, titled “Heimat,” grapples with both exploring and solidifying the dualities of her identity as a woman raised and immersed in Latin American culture with an acute awareness of her historic familial ties to Germany.
NEW LITERARY PODCAST
Listen to an audio/text excerpt of Artist-in-Residence writer/educator Angela Flury‘s novel-in-progress Berlin Cards & Crimes. Her text takes up themes such as translation, our multilingual world, psycho-geography and the genre of the Berlin novel.
NEW RESIDENT ARTISTS
Writer and artist Amphi/Tryon explores the relationship between art, politics, spirituality and sexuality, with the completion of her most recent feminist writing project.
Korean soft sculpture artist WonJu Kim is working on a fiber installation on memory and life’s fragility.
Photographic essayist Stefanie Wolf joins SomoS from Argentina. After pursuing artistic endeavors within the Spanish and Latin American visual arts, she will explore her German heritage in Berlin.
Finally, noted Australian visual artist Casey Jenkins joins SomoS for a two month research residency.
Syed Shoaib Mahmood
Aske A. Hvidtfeldt
Chueh Chiao Han
Todd Reece Johnson