During her solo exhibition Spiegel at SomoS, Korean visual artist and activist Black Jaguar discussed the themes behind her work. She talks about misogyny, patriarchy and female empowerment, what inspires her as an artist, and her time as Artist-in-Residence at SomoS in Berlin.
In her solo exhibition titled “Spiegel/반사!,” Korean visual artist Black Jaguar uses performance, fashion, video and drawing to deflect misogyny.
The Empathische Tribunale group show presents painting, drawing, photography, comics, tape-art, sculpture, installation and performance by artist group “Die Kette.”
SomoS Artist-in-Residence October-December 2019 Black Jaguar is a South-Korean feminist activist and multidisciplinary artist, whose work is strongly rooted in the political aim of identifying and subverting patriarchy. Her art encompasses performance, photography, fashion and drawing, which she brings together with a bold, expressive and disruptive style.
South Korean painter Berry Kim celebrates individuality and expression of character through colorful mixed-media paintings, drawings, sculptures, and wearable art.
Danish visual artist Aske A. Hvidtfeldt‘s paintings full of Cyborgs explore the look and ideologies surrounding 1920’s industrialism, comparing it to today’s “digital revolution.” His spray-painted works on paper offer an optimistic vision of the “Man Machine.”
Danish visual artist Aske A. Hvidtfeldt works in painting and drawing, but also creates costumes, film, sculpture and music. A high level of meticulous craftsmanship is characteristic of his work. Teeming with tiny figures, stroboscopic geometries and visionary universes, Hvidtfeldt’s work is a ground where the artist is a whimsical demiurge of new worlds arising […]
SomoS is pleased to introduce new Artist-in-Residence Aske A. Hvidtfeldt, a young visual artist from Denmark. Absurdist, surreal and collage-like, Hvidtfeldt’s airbrushed and inked grayscale cosmology has a distinctly subcultural and irreverent bent. Smartly weaving a web of wide-ranging themes and allusions, involving cyborgs, Metropolis, Kraftwerk, violent politicians, Roy Andersson, Fritz Kahn’s industrialist infographics and […]
SomoS Artist-in-Residence Spring 2017, visual artist Kama Sokolnicka was born 1978 in Wroclaw, Poland. She works in painting, drawing, collage, video, books, and site-specific installations. Poetically incorporating various fields of reference in her work, ranging from cosmology to philosophy and sociological syndromes, Sokolnicka’s conceptual metaphysical approach makes use of the principles of collage and montage, […]
SomoS Artist-in-Residence Anaïs Hazo was born 1989 in Paris; Hazo lives and works between Paris, Berlin and New-York. She considers the broad variety of her chosen media (drawing, photography, installation…) as a whole that she uses to focus on life and reality. In between fine arts and design, she has been working in many creative fields: […]