Berlin

The gallery main­tains a 1200 sf ground floor stu­dio space on Alexan­dri­nen­straße in the Kreuzberg neigh­bor­hood of Berlin where artists are invit­ed to work for extend­ed peri­ods of time. Sit­u­at­ed with­in walk­ing dis­tance to art spaces such as The Berlin­is­che GalerieJüdis­chen Muse­um, König Galerie, and Duvethe oppor­tu­ni­ty offers artists access to the city and its resources. With the addi­tion of a mod­est liv­ing space, the gallery plans to expand the stu­dio to offer four three-month long res­i­den­cies per year – each of which will cul­mi­nate with a one-night only exhi­bi­tion or per­for­mance. To sched­ule a stu­dio vis­it with the artist-in-res­i­dence, please email the gallery.

Currently in Residence

Eli­jah Burgher (US)

Eli­jah Burgher’s (b. 1978; Lives and works in Berlin, DE) art­work indoc­tri­nates view­ers into a mys­ti­cal cult of queer sex­u­al ener­gies. He pro­duces small col­ored pen­cil draw­ings, as well as paint­ings of sig­ils on large can­vas drop cloths. Burgher uti­lizes ideas from mag­ick and the occult to address sex­u­al­i­ty, sub-cul­tur­al for­ma­tion and the his­to­ry of abstrac­tion.

 

Fall 2015

Col­in Self (US)

Col­in Self (b. 1987; Lives and works in Brook­lyn, NY and Berlin, DE) com­pos­es and chore­o­graphs music, per­for­mance, and envi­ron­ments for expand­ing con­scious­ness, trou­bling bina­ries and bound­aries of per­cep­tion and com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Self works with com­mu­ni­ties across dis­ci­plines and prac­tices, using voic­es, bod­ies, and com­put­ers as tools to inter­face with bio­log­i­cal and tech­no­log­i­cal soft­ware.

Fall 2015

Gor­don Hall (US)

Gor­don Hall’s (b. 1983; Lives and works in Brook­lyn, NY) sculp­tures and dances embody the pos­si­bil­i­ties for phys­i­cal and social plat­forms to enable and dis­able out­comes.  Gor­don is also the direc­tor of the Cen­ter for Exper­i­men­tal Lec­tures, a lec­ture-per­for­mance series that has been host­ed by The Whit­ney Muse­um of Art, among oth­ers, pro­duc­ing a series of lec­tures and sem­i­nars in con­junc­tion with the 2014 Whit­ney Bien­ni­al.