Last week I was for a few days in Venice at the 57th Biennale.
Jesse Jones (Irish Pavilion)
“Tremble Tremble”, 2017
Political work about feminist archetypes.
Vajiko Chachkhiani (Georgian Pavilion)
“A Living Dog in the Midst of Dead Lions”, 2017
A small, abandoned wooden hut, which as been found in the Georgian Countryside.
It is raining inside.
V.C. quote: “Through my sculptures and installations, I seek to address psychological conditions such as loneliness, violence and angst and to interweave them with topics from religion, politics, literature, and poetry”.
Koki Tanaka (Pavilion of the Earth)
“Of Walking in Unknown”, 2017
Video installation linked to the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”
― Nelson Mandela
Hiking in “Höllengebirge” (Hell Mountains, Austria)
Check out this great queer disco glitterpunk Band!
On Saturday 23th of November they had their Album Release Party at Fluxbau in Berlin!
It was a great show and I am proud that I could help pimping up the club by making some paintings for them.
On Wednesday 6th November we had a little concert at “Kunstfabrik Schlot” in Berlin Mitte.
The music school concert was organized by Katja Lehmann from the “RockPop Schule Berlin”.
We played two songs:
“SaySaySay” – Beatsteaks and “City of Angels” – The Distillers
I had lots of fun! 🙂
Thanks @ Alex Guski, M. M., Benjamin Ladwig and Isaac De Martin