Special guests for this show are the artists Joahanna Kotlaris and Camille Kaiser.
ABA e.V. is hosting Joahanna Kotlaris and Camille Kaiser from Switzerland for a research-residency in Berlin from September 2019 - February 2020. The residency period is funded by Pro Helvetia.
Camille Kaiser is an artist and curator based in Geneva. She graduated from édhéa-Sierre in Fine Arts and HEAD-Geneva in Critical, Curatorial, Cybermedia studies. Her artistic research stems from an interest in the everyday practices that the individual negotiates within both urban spheres and work spheres. Recalling upon several mediums, the publications, installations and performances realized aim to recreate a cinematic environment without the use of film. Parallel to her artistic practice, she has been co-curator of the independent art space TOPIC in Geneva from 2015 to 2017 and opened the arts and research space Espace 3353 with the collective HOY in 2018, in Geneva. https://www.camillekaiser.com/
Johanna Kotlaris is an artist mainly working with performance, sound, video, sculpture and installation. Through the variety of these mediums she creates and investigates narratives around how boundaries are experienced, materialized and disintegrated. Her practice explores how the interplay between emotional, social and physical spaces can form senses of identity, autonomy and (inter-)dependence. http://www.johannakotlaris.com
Welcome to ABA e.V. an artist-run initiative. ABA sets out to investigate how “artistic research” has become increasingly engaged with fields of knowledge that lie beyond what has traditionally been considered the “artistic sphere.” http://airberlinalexanderplatz.de
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