Peer to Peer Project Feedback Session
Hosted by Anastasia Leonova
Thursday, January 24th 2018, 7pm SomoS presents a new Peer to Peer Project Feedback Session, this time hosted by curator Anastasia Leonova (Ukraine). The session is open to artists, curators and creatives of any background who would like to receive feedback on their work.
At each session, artists and curators comment on each other’s work in an outspoken and constructive manner, with the presence of a moderator. The purpose of the session is to create a casual but focused atmosphere, in which creators get the opportunity to share their own work-in-progress and challenges, and at the same time to critique their peers.
The session is free of charge. Capacity is limited to 8-10 people per session so registration in advance is required.
In case you’re interested, please confirm your participation by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you a confirmation back.
Please bring documentation of your work in any shape or format. There will be a video projector available. Physical work is welcome as well.
About the host Anastasia Leonova:Anastasia Leonova is a curator from Kharkiv, Ukraine. She is the founding director and curator of Come In Art Gallery in Kharkiv, Ukraine since its inception in 2014, where she has produced more than 34 exhibitions focusing on contemporary concerns in fine art by emerging artists across all mediums.
Leonova graduated from V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University with a Bachelors degree in sociology before going on to further studies with a masters degree from the department of history and theory of art at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Fine Arts.
While staying at SomoS in Berlin in 2018, Leonova researched migration and alternate ways of feeling attachment. The results are presented between January 23 – 29th at SomoS in her curatorial project A Place Called Дom, featuring photography and video by Doro Zinn, Stephanie Steinkopf and Tatiana Hahn.
SomoS Art House, Kottbusser Damm 95, 1.OG, 10967 Berlin, Germany