In her solo exhibition Garb-Age, multimedia artist Shraddha Borawake (IN) scavenges the material and mental trash, baggage and discarded elements of science, spirituality and art.
Thursday, December 20th, 2018, SomoS Resident Artist Christopher Sperandio hosts a day filled with artist talks, comics, and a comics making workshop. Indulge in comic sales and find the perfect last minute holiday gift. The event is permeable, inviting guests to weave in and out of the space, coming and going as they please to […]
r/evolving was a 2018 exhibition of work and documentation of performance projects in Germany by American artist Lara Salmon, a SomoS resident.
Bianca Tainsh is a multi-disciplinary visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2018 she took part in SomoS’ Artist-in-Residence program.
Elena Tejada-Herrera is a trans-disciplinary artist that was born in Peru and is known for her work in performance-, social- and multidisciplinary arts. Her work promotes the participation of the public, employing different art disciplines as well as non-artistic practices into the artwork. These means have been, among others, paint, drawing, video, sculpting materials and […]
Frequent SomoS collaborator and guest Christopher Sperandio is an acclaimed visual artist, educator, graphic novelist and TV producer currently working in Houston, Texas. His art activities take their inspiration from conceptual art and political activism of the 1960s and take the form of comic books, billboards, TV programs, or painting installations.
February 23, 2017, 7pm, SomoS Artist-in-Residence Winter 2017, Social Art practitioner, writer, educator and producer Christopher Sperandio presents his current work-in-progress on his graphic novels and will conduct a video-assisted artist talk about his work. With poster/newspaper release.
SomoS Art House is delighted to welcome acclaimed visual artist, writer and producer Christopher Sperandio for a three month artist residency. Sperandio’s art activities are part of Social Practice—an underknown art form rooted in the Conceptual Art and political activism of the 1960s.
In her 2016 solo exhibition Film is Un/Dead at SomoS arts Berlin, Paris-based American visual artist, experimental filmmaker and writer Marguerite Harris combines a personal re-imagining of the legacy of Expanded Cinema with inclusive Social Art strategies.