Samstag, 25. Februar 2017

Philipp Geist interviewt von Jasmin-Bianca Hartmann

Philipp Geist interviewt von Jasmin-Bianca Hartmann

Dieses Interview von Kunsthistorikerin Jasmin-Bianca Hartmann mit dem Berliner Licht- und Medienkünstler Philipp Geist über das Malen mit den Neuen Medien, Gegen-Orte und die flüchtige Oberfläche seiner Lichtkunst wurde im Juli 2016 für BOSmagazine geführt.

Dienstag, 21. Februar 2017

BOSmagazine Launch

BOSmagazine Launch
Sophienstraße 21, 10178 Berlin
(Please find APERTO at Sophie-Gips-Höfe between 2nd and 3rd Hof, entrance to space below on your left just past Barcomi’s)
7:30-9:30 pm
Our first Issue will include:
~Ashley Bickerton by Lucie Fontaine
~Ulay by Sergey Fofanov
~Fendry Ekel by Naima Morelli
~Philipp Geist by Jasmin-Bianca Hartmann
~April Gertler by Anne Kathrin Greiner
~Joachim Schmid by Sarah Goodrum
~Rachel Alliston by Grace Euna Kim 
~Heri Dono by Astrid Honold
~Melanie Jame Wolf by Lorena Juan
BOSmagazine is an online arts and culture magazine associated with Berlin Open Studio (BOS). The BOS program engages artists, art theorists, and art lovers living and working in Berlin, showcasing artists’ studios in a series of events organized around the yearly theme (BOS 14: Hospitality, BOS 15: Double Exposure, BOS 16: Under Cover). Building on this idea, BOSmagazine is a publication that seeks to bring together writings on art, with an emphasis on artistic practice, produced by scholars, artists, and critics based in Berlin and beyond. Our mission is to provide a platform for academic, artistic, theoretical, and critical voices about art, and to continue the consideration of the infrastructure of artistic production begun by Berlin Open Studio (BOS) and its sister program Yogyakarta Open Studio (YOS).