Paul Piccione is an emerging multidisciplinary artist who took part in SomoS’ Un_Real Desires exhibition, whose work focuses on issues facing the Australian Queer community such as the body and gender politics, historical trauma, hegemonic masculinity and queer empowerment.
The solo exhibition Streaming Data is the Ultimate Trust Exercise with the Moon by visual artist Corinna Berndt (AUS/DE) culminates her three-month artist residency at SomoS by exploring the aesthetics of digital mis-translation.
Melbourne-based multi media artist Corinna Berndt works with sculpture, collage and video. Interested in the tension she observes between physical and digital experiences, her works explore interactions between objects and bodies, thematizing techniques of editing and image manipulation in the process.
Sophie Morrow (1993) is an artist from Melbourne, Australia, whose multidisciplinary approach focuses on sexual identities, the semiotics of desire, and performativity.
Within the framework of Vorspiel 2019, the official yearly preliminary program leading up to the Berlin Transmediale, SomoS Art House presents a day of performance art curated by Zander Porter of XenoEntities Network. The presented performances explore the topic of technological tools as prosthetics; interpreting them as enabling-devices for performance and for identity construction within the performative space.
The multi-disciplinary work of SomoS Artist-in-Residence Jacob Antony (Australia) includes installation, photography, performance, multimedia imagery and text, exploring the subject of gender and identity politics.
Australian artist Lyndal Walker’s work is multidisciplinary, varying from installation to photography to fashion-related works and wearable art. It traces the construction of images, gender roles and our relationship to time.
Casey Jenkins is an Australian performance-, installation- and community engagement artist exploring concepts of intimacy and identity.