Todd Reece Johnson Todd Reece Johnson

Todd Reece Johnson

Todd Reece Johnson (1988) ist ein australischer Künstler und Lehrer. Er nutzt analoge Techniken um die Formbarkeit des fotografischen Bildes zu untersuchen. Seine Bilder sind das Resultat eines Austauschs zwischen Film, gefundenen Objekten, ...

Treading water – Todd Johnson Treading water – Todd Johnson

Treading water - Todd Johnson

SomoS freut sich, die Einzelausstellung „Treading water“ des australischen bildenden Künstlers Todd Reece Johnson vorstellen zu können. Johnson nutzt experimentelle analoge Techniken, und erforscht und erweitert so die Form der klassischen ...


EXHIBITION
 
Todd Johnson – Treading Water
 
SomoS is pleased to present the exhibition “Treading water” by Australian artist Todd Reece Johnson, taking place between February 16 – 24 2018.
 
Johnson employs inventive analogue techniques to investigate the malleability of the photographic image. The photographs in this series have been taken along Berlin’s various canals and lakes; later the negatives are submerged in the water itself. This ongoing process is an attempt to collaborate with place, by allowing elements of the environment to steer the photographic inscription process. What results is a highly unpredictable visual arrangement that fits somewhere between intention and chance.
 
Opening reception: Thursday, February 15 2018, 6-9pm
Open February 16 – 24, Tue-Sa, 2-7pm
 


Korean Residency Cooperation: Seung Joon Choi
 
February 26 2018, 6-9pm, SomoS Art House invites to a reception and work-in-progress exhibition work by young Korean artist Seung Joon Choi (painting) as part of a new academic Korean residency cooperation between the Art Berlin Now Program of Keum Art Projects (Berlin), the Changwon University in South Korea and SomoS Art House, Berlin.
 


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.
 


NEWS
 
Announcing the Winner of the Young Painter Prize 2017 – Alexei Gordin
 
Estonian visual artist Alexei Gordin is the winner of the 2017 Young Painter Prize, uniting Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian young artists under 30. As part of the generous prize package supporting the development of young Baltic artists’ careers, Gordin will also receive a residency in one of SomoS live/work studios in August and September of 2018. SomoS congratulates Alexei Gordin and all of the other finalists and is looking forward to getting to know Alexei when he arrives at SomoS later next year.

 

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 2017/18
 
Christopher Sperandio
Agnieszka Rowińska
Natusha Croes
Nina Hong
Kama Sokolnicka
Isabel Ramos
Anais Hazo
Ari Versluis
Syed Shoaib Mahmood
Alexandre Baptista
Hagoromo Okamoto
Angela Flury
Erin Mitchell
Ksenia Yurkova
Aske A. Hvidtfeldt
Adam Cohn
Amphi/Tryon
Marguerite Harris
Casey Jenkins
WonJu Kim
Stefanie Wolff
Chueh Chiao Han
Jazmine Yerbury
Todd Reece Johnson
Kang Jungsuck
Anastasia Leonova
Kang Dasom
Cho Hyan Soo
Seung Joon Choi
Anna Laing-Fraser


NEW RESIDENT ARTISTS
 
SomoS is pleased to introduce designer Anna Laing-Fraser. She will join SomoS February-April 2018 to concentrate on new work that explores the relationship between typography and architecture.
 
February 2018, SomoS Art House welcomes young Korean artist Seung Joon Choi to its artist residency program, as part of a new cooperation between Keum Art Projects (Berlin), the Changwon University in South Korea and SomoS Art House, Berlin.
 
SomoS is pleased to welcome Anastasia Leonova who comes to Berlin from Ukraine for for a six months curatorial residency of intensive networking and research, leading towards a final exhibition project that will explore what it means to be a local artist operating in a globalized and interconnected culture.
 
Australian artist and university lecturer Todd Reece Johnson joins us for a three month project-based Artist Residency, beginning December 2017. Johnson employs inventive analogue techniques to investigate the malleability of the photographic image. In Berlin, he will produce and present a new photographic project and exhibition, “Treading Water.”

ADDRESS
 
SomoS
Kottbusser Damm 95
10967 Berlin
Email: somos@somos-arts.org


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