Tag Archives: Anthropology

Simone Orgel

Simone Orgel’s current art project “Bing({‘})h” is a playful artistic anthropology of sexual representation in both language and image, which aims to reduce the taboos and paradoxes surrounding the depiction of female sexuality. Simone Orgel lives and works in Berlin. Between 2009 – 2013 she studied Communication in Social and Economic Contexts (BA) at the […]

Iman Person

Iman Person is an interdisciplinary artist of color based in Atlanta, Georgia. Employing ritual consciousness, primordial memory and referencing anthropological customs, she employs natural materials to create a hybrid reality between physical space and the ethereal. In 2010, Person obtained a B.F.A from Georgia State University and exhibited widely as well as working in public […]

Maria Guta

Stéphane Morey

Stéphane Morey (CH) is visual and media anthropologist interest in gender, sexuality and pornography. Since 2012, he co-organizes the annual alternative-porn film festival “La Fête du Slip” in Lausanne. Born in Sierra Leone to a Swiss evangelical missionary family, Stéphane Morey grew up in Lausanne, Switzerland, where he studied Social Sciences at the Université de […]

Facets of Iran

Facets of Iran

The rose and the thorn, and sorrow and gladness are linked together.Saadi Shirazi   With their group exhibition “Facets of Iran,” artists Jon John Arias, Mike Marlowe & Paul King ask “Can we meet others as people and not projections of our romantic notions or our worst nightmares?” “Facets of Iran” reflects the experiences of […]

Ari Versluis – Kreuzkölln Encounter, 2014

Ari Versluis – Kreuzkölln Encounter

‘Kreuzkölln Encounter’ by Ari Versluis (Exactitudes Studio) during SomoS’ Alter Angle exhibition Dutch photographer Ari Versluis, well known for his his ongoing Exactitudes collaboration with Ellie Uyttenbroek presents the his recent Encounter Series project during Berlin Fashion Week (July 08 – 13, 2014), in the context of SomoS’ third Alter Angle exhibition, which explores fashion and […]