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Allesandré Petzer's Black & White photo made in Berlin Charlottenburg presents a grainy architectural detail.

Writer’s Talk & Reading – Angela Flury

Thursday, August 9th 2018, 7pm, SomoS artist-in-residence Angela Flury will read from the manuscript of her debut novel Berlin Cards & Crimes, which she is writing in and about Berlin. Flury, also a professor of English and world literature at Depauw University, will take the opportunity to discuss her creative writing process and look at […]

Unbound – Amphi

September 30th, 7-9pm, SomoS hosts a multimedia experience led by current Artist-in-Residence Amphi:Tryon as she concludes an intensive two-month residency at SomoS. Central themes to Amphi’s past and present work include the unique relationship between art, politics, and spirituality as they are framed within a feminist, post-colonial context. The continuation of her novel-in-progress, the medium […]

“Kotti”, 2008, by Larissa Fassler

Berlin Cards & Crimes — A novel-in-progress by Angela Flury

SomoS is proud to present an audio and text excerpt of Angela Flury‘s novel-in-progress Berlin Cards & Crimes. Her text takes up themes such as translation, and the multilingual world we live in, representations of translation in literature, psychogeography and the loosely defined genre of the Berlin novel and literary notions of space, a meta-interpretation […]

Raimundas Malašauskas

“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 […]

Fanzine Launch/Artist Talk

April 12, 2014, 7pm, during the Electric Renaissance II exhibition of photography, installation, silkscreen and mixed media works by Stefano Castronovo and Donato Del Giudice, SomoS presents an artist talk and fanzine launch. Pop-artist Stefano Castronovo staged the first Electric Renaissance exhibition together with queer black minimalist composer Julius Eastman in the early 1980′s at […]

Maneki Neko Book Presentation

SomoS Art House und Frohmann Verlag freuen sich, das erste gemeinsame Buchprojekt von Thomas Götz von Aust und Sylvia Lundschien zu präsentieren: The Golden Johann Strauss Symphonic Orchestra Of Maneki Neko Maneki Neko oder die Winkekatze fand über die amerikanischen Besatzungstruppen, die aus Japan in die USA zurückkehrten, ihren heutigen Platz in der westlichen Kultur. […]

Reading: Almost Home

Buchvorstellung Almost Home Lesung von Kerstin Parlow “Wie ich den Job bekam? Nein, ich war vorher noch nie in Ägypten und hatte auch keine Ahnung von Archäologie. Ein Freund rief an und fragte, ob ich Lust hätte, da als Fotografin zu arbeiten. Ich saß in Berlin am Schreibtisch und hatte statt des ersehnten Plans das […]