In her solo exhibition at Haus der elektronischen Künste Basel, Addie Wagenknecht boils down the experiences of postinternet life and then alchemizes them.
BERLIN — Today, more than ever, athletes are presented as role models.
PERTH — The exhibition, a collaboration between Hans Berg and artist Nathalie Djurberg, has been titled Secret Garden, and naturally, given all of its enchantment and ambience, immediate associations arise to Alice and the gardens of Wonderland. But there’s a lot more going on here.
Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke’s expansive project #Additivism is a call for the radical rethinking of new technologies like 3D printing, the plastification of the world, and the position of humans within it.
BERLIN — The prestigious Preis der Nationalgalerie, considered the German equivalent of the Turner Prize, was inaugurated in 2000 and recognizes artists under the age of 40 who live and work in Germany, regardless of nationality.
Susanna Hertrich is as much a designer and researcher as she is an artist; her show at Art Laboratory Berlin constructs a narrative in which human senses, instincts, and emotions are prosthetically enhanced to better suit the specific challenges of the 21st century.
BERLIN — Much has been made of the banality of the apparent thematic interests in the show: porn, pets, plants, and pizza. What seems to have been overlooked in much of the coverage of the exhibition, however, is that this ironic superficiality is just a veneer.
BERLIN — Time & Motion: Redefining Working Life, a tightly curated exhibition currently on show at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) in Berlin, is small but packs a real punch.