The work of Un_Real Desires exhibition participants Rocha & Polse spans drawing, performance, sculpture, poetry and video, reflecting upon the body, its image, materiality and representation.
The work of Un_Real Desires participant Chicago-based Chinese artist Mu Zhang is influenced by East Asian eroticism and internet culture. The artist predominantly works with Polaroids, disposable cameras and VHS, featuring soft core erotic photography and posts them on social media, thematizing censorship.
In our increasingly digital age, the art of Un_Real Desires participant Miriam Poletti reflects a human subjectivity that is subject to a constant stream of interactions, both virtual and physical.
Multidisciplinary artist Janka Smetanina is committed to the idea that art bears social responsibility. Through performance, video installation and painting, she demonstrates how private and public influence, transform, construct, represent and deconstruct our reality. Her varied education and technical skills allow her to explore a variety of mediums and artistic narratives. Smetanina’s paintings series No […]
Ana Brumat’s artistic research focuses on the analysis of micro and macro dimensions and their prime universal patterns.
The Bodily group exhibition at SomoS offered fresh perspectives on portraiture and the body, presenting photography, painting, drawing, sculpture by Ioanna Natsikou, Luiza Schiavo, Moran Sanderovich, Ileana Pascalau and Hanae Moreno.
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 […]
The multi-disciplinary work of SomoS Artist-in-Residence Jacob Antony (Australia) includes installation, photography, performance, multimedia imagery and text, exploring the subject of gender and identity politics.
Moran Sanderovich is a Berlin-based artist, working in sculpture, performance, video and drawing, speculatively extending the normative view of the body.
During Gallery Weekend Berlin, April 29th 2017, 6-9pm, SomoS presents “Could that last sentence be the title?” – a multi media performance, short film screening and book launch by artist Natusha Croes (Aruba), who has been an artists in residence at SomoS for the last three months. The Caribbean artist has been developing experimental musical […]