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.
SomoS is pleased to host the 78th edition of the Scope Sessions. Scope is a meeting point for the creative and the curious, a platform for sharing and learning in an informal setting. Each session, two guest artists are invited to present a project, a concept, a process or an experience. The presentations are short, […]
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. She graduated from V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University […]
Ukrainian curator Anastasia Leonova cooperated with SomoS during her 2018 curatorial residency, that culminated in a themed group exhibition about Berlin Heterotopias.
Photographer/organizer/curator Stephanie Ballantine’s interest include areas such as: techno-capitalism, commoditized sexuality, political identity, and agency. Born 1984, London, she studied Politics and Philosophy at University of Sheffield, UK and completed a foundation degree in Photography at Leeds College of Art and Design. She is an organizer and curator at the Berlin FK-Gallerie and FK-Kollektiv. She […]
Berlin-based independent curator, art historian and writer Elisa Rusca curated the exhibition Future, Now. which opened March 5th 2015 at SomoS in Berlin. I had the chance to meet with her for a little talk about the show, art in general and of course the future. A curator has to think about certain aspects of […]
“Artworks Curate Too” – Raimundas Malašauskas “Maverick curator” and writer Raimundas Malašauskas was born in Vilnius. He has been described by Metropolis M magazine as the one curator who knows how to give new meaning to the concept of the “exhibition,” always developing his projects with a high level of playfulness, unpredictability and wit. From […]