From the 5th to the 8th of May, my exhibition, “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable” will be up in Landau, in occasion of the European Citizens’ Convention….
As you know, 2011 is the year of Volunteering, and this
I am in London for a couple weeks to attend two interesting courses on textile design… and this chaotic city tends to be overwhelming, at least to someone who is used to relaxed, “take-your-time” Berlin. Not sure why, but whenever
A project description needs not be very long. As a matter of fact, it should probably be 3-4 pages maximum. However, as you apply to different funding institutions, you might be given a different page limit. The point of this…
Writing proposals/descriptions/budgets for a photography project can be a drag. I am not sure I can teach a lot, but I can for sure share what I learned by working on “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable…“. Even though I
I mentioned that “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable” has been to Geneva for what it will probably be its last show.
Here are a couple of photographs showing the exhibition and the venue.
This is the wall outside of the university,…
We made it! After almost having to delay the exhibition due to the university’s mishaps (read: unprofessionalism), the photos went up as planned on saturday afternoon ready for a short and quiet vernissage.
Now I am here for the rest…
As you have probably noticed from the change in the graphic on the side bar –> and the poster on the general project page…, next up for the traveling exhibition is the city of Geneva.
I’ll spare you the
While the exhibition is Naples… carries on, I am working for the next one, which will be held in Geneva from the 12th to the 19th of June. In the meantime, however, other videos of the vernissage are surfacing and,
The exhibition, as you know, is currently in Naples… and the great thing about this is the way in which the space has been organized. “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable” is a special exhibition in that it is a traveling one
It’s been a long and full week here in Italy. I am currently writing from a beautiful library downtown Turin to give you some updates on the exhibition that is to see in Naples until the 31st in the bookstore…
It’s time for me to announce the next leg of the tour! Structurally recyclable, basically disposable… is moving to Naples from the 10th to the 31st of May 2010 and it is with great pleasure that I am announcing this
First and foremost, this Friday is the opening in Hamburg of the exhibition “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable”….
Besides the exhibition, I am trying to channel my energy a bit (in a non-new-age sense). I have had many new ideas
As anticipated, the exhibition for “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable” is moving to Hamburg!
The Campusgrün group… has kindly invited me to exhibit the work at the University of Hamburg, Foyer des Unigebäudes VMP8, Fakultät für Erziehungswissenschaft Von-Melle-Park 8.
As promised, here are a few photos of the preparation and the vernissage that took place on the 5th of March in the ACUD Galerie in Berlin.
The exhibition… is composed of two parts, the installation (downstairs) and the full
The Neues Deutschland has published a review about the exhibition! You will find it in the Berlin-Kultur section of the newspaper at page 12 and also here… (in German).
The exhibition in Berlin runs until the 26th at the
Someone told me that I should be writing about the exhibition, as it’s something rather important and it’s happening right now….
Whereas it is indeed something that literally shapes my days and consumes a lot of my energy,
I have been trying to fill in this space for the last ten minutes but really, the only thing I can come up with right now is that I am literally exhausted and in serious need of sleep.
It’s been a crazy week. Preparing for an exhibition is never easy and preparing for it and at the same time managing its “marketing” aspects (flyers, posters and what not) is incredibly stressful. I am saying nothing new here I…
This poor blog has been neglected in the last couple of
weeks… months not because I went on a long holiday and finally figured out all I want is to live on a deserted island and sell cocktails. Quite to
This post comes late and after a rather long break from blogging, which is a very good thing sometimes.
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the opening of an exhibition… where some of my works were featured. The vernissage
The group exhibition “Works: Kleine arbeiten – aktuelle europäische Positionen” will open on Sunday, 13th December 2009, at the ACUD Kunstverein on the Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin-Mitte.
The exhibition will be on until the 20th of December 2009.
I have decided I will make some major changes to the website, especially the portfolio sections. Chances are I will change a couple of times more in the future.
On the other hand, you (especially the readers currently in Berlin)…