September 8th - October 28th 2023
Since the beginning of industrialization, nothing has changed our lives more radically than the digital revolution. In his work, Florian Auer (b. 1984, lives and works in Berlin) draws a central axis between these two radical "social upheavals" of the 19th and 21st centuries. In his work, he examines the influence of mechanisation, automation and digitization on our individual everyday lives. In the exhibition [Ray::reTrace] he shows three-dimensional, computer-generated folds, based on scenes from Adolph Menzel's (1815-1905) famous painting "Eisenwalzwerk" (1872-1875).
September 08, 2023, 5-9pm ⎪ exhibition opening ⎪ [Ray::reTrace]
Florian Auer (b. 1984, lives and works in Berlin) is showing new works in which he deals with the influence of technology, automation and digitization on our individual everyday reality.
04.08.2023 ⎮ tz⎮Münchner Merkur ⎮ Munich gallery walk⎮ludwig space
With her ludwig space, she wanted to create a gallery in which people from all walks of life could talk about art. About half a year later one can state: Dietlinde Behncke succeeded.
30. june 2023, 7-21 p.m. | Launch publication "Victoria Pidust. 118 IMAGES 80 PAGES" | artist talk in Berlin
On the occasion of the launch of the publication “Victoria Pidust. 118 IMAGES 80 PAGES” (designed by STUDIO Anne Büttner), the artist Victoria Pidust will enter into conversation with curator Charlotte Knaup (Hamburger Bahnhof) to trace common themes and materialities in her work series. From ‘soft image’ to the feeling of time across hybrid realities and spaces, Victoria Pidust will speak on what guides and moves her artistic practice.