How Does It Feel? – Hannah Santana How Does It Feel? – Hannah Santana

How Does It Feel? - Hannah Santana

In her participatory art project How Does It Feel?, artist Hannah Santana invites patients to customize and paint on hospital gowns; using them as a canvas to express their emotions. SomoS is proud to present a selection of the works. The t ...

The Result Is What Remains, Rather Than What Is Created The Result Is What Remains, Rather Than What Is Created

The Result Is What Remains, Rather Than What Is Created

In this SomoS Artist Interview, Spanish visual artist Carlos Herraiz speaks about creating painting and photography during lockdown, and his fascination with memory, process, aging and chance. The interview was conducted Spring 2020 as a ...

From Selfie to Story From Selfie to Story

From Selfie to Story

In this artist interview, we present South-Korean artist Jiyeon Kim who works between Seoul and Berlin. She speaks about portraiture in the digital era; the relation between online images and real life painting; and the unreliability of our ...

Carlos Herraiz Carlos Herraiz

Carlos Herraiz

Carlos Herraiz is a Spanish painter and photographer, born in Barcelona in 1995, known for his large-scale abstract paintings, that are influenced by the process of aging and the signature of the elements. The son and grandson of artists, H ...

Marguerite Harris Marguerite Harris

Marguerite Harris

A recurring SomoS Artist-in Residence Summer 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020, Marguerite Harris’ work incorporates elements of collage, analog film, video-art, light-modulation, projection, installation, sculpture and New Media. In her work ...


EXHIBITIONS

HOW DOES IT FEEL? – HANNAH SANTANA

Installation view of HOW DOES IT FEEL? by Hannah Santana at SomoS, July 2020

Group Exhibition
July 28th – August 15th 2020
Tuesday – Saturday 2-7 pm
Entry free, RSVP Required
 
In her participatory art project How does it feel?, Portuguese-German artist, performer, mediator, and researcher Hannah Santana invites patients to customize and paint on hospital gowns; using them as a canvas to express their emotions and deal with the sense of vulnerability and objectification that often accompanies hospitalization.


Visitor Information

Taking precautions to protect the health of our patrons and staff, SomoS asks that all visitors to the gallery wear face masks and maintain the recommended distance. We can only host a limited amount of visitors at the same time. You are advised to schedule a visit by emailing somos@nullsomos-arts.org or using the exhibition page form.

 

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

SOMOS BERLIN AIR OPEN CALL

Marguerite Harris, light experimentation session, SomoS, August 2018

After the pandemic break, artist residencies at SomoS Berlin Artist-in-Residence Program are again possible.
Several new discount options, as well as a “Virtual Artist Residency,” are available, aiming to help artists in these precarious times. We urge artists to use this period to apply for funding; as many Art Councils and funding bodies are again active. Inquiries for specific periods are welcome and residents will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Please visit our Artist-in-Residence pages for more information.

CONTACT US

SomoS, Kottbusser Damm 95, 10967 Berlin

somos@nullsomos-arts.org

 


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