Topic: Digitalism

3D rendering of a male and female figure against a black void.

Cinema Conversación LGBTQ* #4

Cinema Conversación LGBTQ* #4 Screening & Artist Talk Featuring Lily Scherlis, Nora Smith and Anna-Lea Schmitt For the fourth edition of the Cinema Conversación LGBTQ* series of film screenings/artist’s talks, taking place Friday, January 11th 2019, 7pm, SomoS proudly presents an evening of queer cinema and conversation, curated by Zsombor Bobák. Presenting the work of […]

A reflected, symmetrically distorted image mage of media-artist Jonas Blume, gazing dryly into the camera.

Jonas Blume

Jonas Blume is a Berlin-based conceptual video and installation artist. His art is centered around the theme of the relationship between online and offline self, and how existence in each realm spawns a multidimensional identity that is neither entirely virtual, nor limited to IRL (in real life) personae. When an individual can exist as multiple […]

Stephanie Ballantine

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 […]

Elly Clarke

Elly Clarke was born 1976 in London. As a performer, photographer and curator she is interested in the changing face, experience and role of the physical object and body in our increasingly digitally-mediated and experienced world. She explores this theme through photography (analogue & digital, mobile phone pictures & screen grabs) video, performance, audio, music, […]

Erin Mitchell - Uncanny Valley

Erin Mitchell – Uncanny Valley

September 2-9, 2017, SomoS Art House Berlin presents the installation “Uncanny Valley” by Artist-in-Residence Erin Mitchell (USA). An extension of her previous two-dimensional work, “Uncanny Valley” continues to explore the relationships between humans and technology. The term “Uncanny Valley” was originally coined in 1970s Japan by robotics professor Masahiro Mori, it describes the eerie likeness […]