here and now!

Ulrich Riedel, Nihat Kemankasli, Yasam Sasmazer, Eda Soylu

This fall BERLINARTPROJECTS presents a group show featuring four young artists.  The exhibition will continuously re-constitute itself - individual pieces are swapped during the course of the following months, simultaneously changing both the context and effect of the display. The works of the artists present different views of the world, filtered and shaped by their own thoughts, feelings and experiences. Whether the pieces constitute poetic reflections or critical commentary each new setting creates its own reality. The artworks are in constant dialogue with one another, continually revealing new aspects and perspectives.

Recharged Reality | 14.03. – 31.08.2015 | Berlin

Daniel Harms, Ulrich Riedel, Yasam Sasmazer, Eda Soylu, Claudia Vitari and Meike Zopf

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BERLINARTPROJECTS is presenting a group exhibition with the six gallery artists Daniel Harms, Ulrich Riedel, Yaşam Şaşmazer, Eda Soylu, Claudia Vitari and Meike Zopf. The exhibition will continuously re-constitute itself as individual works are being swapped and therefore context and effect change simultaneously. The works of the artists give an insight into different views of the world, filtered and shaped by their own thoughts, experiences and world views. Whether the art involves reflections, critical perceptions or alternative concepts, each new setting creates its own reality. The works mutually enrich each other, again and again emphasizing new aspects. The replacement of one work therefore also affects the entire exhibition - as new concepts and relations are gained, others disappear its reality becomes ‘recharged’.

One remarkable position in the show are the ‘dying flowers in concrete’, that will be shown to a later time during the exhibition. The young Turkish artist Eda Soylu embeds flowers in concrete. At the beginning they are still able to draw water from the slowly drying material while then gradually they dry out and die.  

The pieces shown range from drawings and paintings to photography and sculpture. The cultural backgrounds are equally diverse; as the artists originate from countries such as Turkey, Italy as well as Germany.

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