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HOLDING WHAT CAN’T BE HELD

Group exhibition – Boise, Idaho * 2019

The Feeling Body invites artists on a Snake River Alliance sponsored tour of the nuclear radioactive clean-up sites at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), located in Idaho’s Arco desert on the aboriginal lands of the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. After experiencing the site, artists meet periodically and engage in a workshop setting, encouraging unexpected collaborations while deepening individual experiences of this complex site. Holding What Can’t Be Held hopes to evoke new ways of seeing the nuclear waste in our backyard.

Picture:  screen shot from: SL1 Accident (1961) * American nuclear society –  From You Tube

Reward ARTS LIBRIS

ARTS LIBRIS
So glad about the Reward of the Fundación Banc Sabadell for my Artist Books presented by the Caném Gallery at the International Fair of Artists‘ Books  and Contemporary Editions 9th edition Barcelona. April 2018

THE FOURTH WALL

A collage of impressions, thoughts and visions report to the ideas and projects for urban planning, to organic architecture, to the realities of worldwide trading and how this is deeply connected a modular form like the shipping containers to the needs and everyday life of the city, as transport system of needs, as a housing system, till to become element for the construction of fictional neighborhood for military training purposes.
* Exhibition at Caném Gallery, Castelló (ES) * From March 2nd to May 9th 2018

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KIN*K – Beamerübernahme mit Kunst

International video-art screenings and presentations * 2015-2018
KIN*K takes places each month at BLO-ATELIERS in Berlin, Lichtenberg.
Curated by Irina Novarese & Marco Pezzotta, with the great support of BLO-Ateliers LockKunst e.V. and all the invited artists.

Project funded by Bezirkskulturfonds Lichtenberg

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HIER&JETZT: CONNECTIONS

Is an exchange and residency project with artists in exile started from a group of  five international artists who work at the B.L.O. Ateliers and are deeply interested to extend their connections with other cultural backgrounds.

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Project founded by Bezirkkulturfonds Lichtenberg – Berlin 2017

and by Bezirksamt Lichtenberg, Amt für Weiterbildung und Kultur – Berlin 2018