THE ZERO – JUAN PABLO CÁMARA & ZANDER PORTER
Performance / Vorspiel Festival
Friday, January 24th 2020, 7-9pm
The performance entitled The Zero by artists Juan Pablo Cámara and Zander Porter is presented as part of the 2020 “Vorspiel,” the preliminary program leading up to the Transmediale Festival for Art and Digital Culture. The Zero unites the physical realm with the digital where the presence of technology interferes with rehearsed and improvised human interactions between the two male-embodied performers.
ALANNAH LOUËT – EMANATIONS
Opening Reception: Tuesday, February 4, 2020 6-9pm
Duration: January 5-8, Tuesday-Saturday 2-7pm and by appointment
SomoS is delighted to announce the opening of Alannah Louët’s solo exhibition: Emanations, on Tuesday 4 February from 6-9pm, displaying performative videos, installations, and expanded photography. With Emanations, Louët initiates a multilayered discourse involving feminism, occultism and history, bridging the past and the present.
OPEN CALL FUTURELESS
QueerFeminist Group Exhibition
Deadline: January 26, 2020, Midnight
For the upcoming Futureless group exhibition, taking place between April 1 and 9 at SomoS Berlin, the SomoS curatorial team is calling for ephemeral installations, durational art pieces, performative lectures/projects as well as discourse-based work and other art forms that deal with topics related to queer/feminist futures.
SomoS is happy to welcome several new artists to its Berlin Artist-in-Residence Program.
Canadian filmmaker Magenta Baribeau is author of feminist documentaries about childfree women and nonparents and the ongoing societal prejudice they face.
Japanese artist Manami Uetake is based in Tokyo and works within the mediums of photography, video and text. Her work deals with individual and collective trauma, and how its memory is processed personally, and publicly in memorials.
London-based Irish interdisciplinary artist with a background in photography, Alannah Louët‘s themes include the importance of the otherworldly and the occult to female history, Catholicism’s violent record, and domestic and reproductive labor.