With her solo exhibition Emanations, Alannah Louët initiates a multilayered discourse involving feminism, occultism and history.
London-based Irish interdisciplinary artist Alannah Louët’ explores the relation of the occult to female history, Catholicism’s violent record, and female autonomy and labor.
The 83rd edition of the “Scope Sessions Artist’s Talks & Media Salon” presents Rachid Moro who explores the cross-pollination of electronic music and visuals; and Viviana Druga, who will share her work at the cross-section of ritual, mysticism and performance.
The 82nd edition of the Scope Sessions Artist’s Talks & Media Salon explored themes such as memory and ritual, hosting multidisciplinary artists Tanya Harris and Dongyan Chen.
Iman Person is an interdisciplinary artist of color based in Atlanta, Georgia. Employing ritual consciousness, primordial memory and referencing anthropological customs, she employs natural materials to create a hybrid reality between physical space and the ethereal. In 2010, Person obtained a B.F.A from Georgia State University and exhibited widely as well as working in public […]
With “Agnieszka Rowińska – Afterimage,” SomoS presented the solo exhibition the young Polish Artist-in-Residence prepared during her 2017 stay at SomoS Art House in Berlin.
Jezella Pigott is a visual artist specializing in drawing, video, and installation. Her practice draws on the history of female anthropology.
Through the fusion of found objects, natural elements, and scientific mediums, Sadie Weis creates interactive and immersive installations. The US artist has been based in Berlin for many years, and it is here in her studio that she developed her singular technique of metamorphizing objects through a self-developed crystallization process. Influenced by the occult, the […]