contact
contact us

newsletter
join our
mailing list
facebook
follow us
on facebook
instagram
follow us
on instagram

NEWS

Click here!

peformance class

Marko Ivic Performance class

18.11.2018
18h @ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

Marko's artistic focus is set on interdisciplinary performances, and more recently, the exploration of the installation format and collaborations related to photography and sculpture, always connecting and re-connecting with sonic experiences. His research is motivated by approximations to exuberant aesthetics, human identity, the body, and metaphysical aspects of our existence.

To hear more of his work click here!

workshop

Listening Bodies

project by Michael Reiley McDermott and his collaborator Monica Gentile

21.11.2018
@ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

GlogauAIR artist-in-residence Michael Reiley McDermott along with his collaborator, Monica Gentile will lead a two-part talk and guided Soundwalk along the Maybachufer. Their project, Listening Bodies, pairs Deep Listening and Somatic Body practices. This event is presented by GlogauAIR and SomoS.


Listening Bodies is a teaching framework developed by Italian choreographer and Movement Researcher Monica Gentile and American composer and sound artist Michael Reiley McDermott. Their work includes exercises in Movement Research/dance improvisation and partnering, Deep Listening, breathing techniques, sound-walks, guided meditations, mindfulness of listening and singing performance scores. Listening Bodies integrates Monica and Michael’s interest in physiology, anatomy, somatic practices, paleontology, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, and artificial intelligence.

17:00: Meet at GlogauAIR for pre-walk warmup and talk
18:00 - 19:00: Silent Soundwalk
19:00 - 20:00: Post walk discussion at SomoS.

To hear more of Michael's work click here!

不祥的 OMINOUS

by Danilo Andrés / Performance Dance

03.11.2018
20h - 22h

Facebook event

How savage can be the taste of vulnerability?

OMINOUS is an exaltation of the dreaming humours of the body by shifting between extreme saturation and the vacuity of subtle sensual textures. The performers work on a fragmentary space where fantasy, beliefs, dreams and personal archetypes appear as material for a new weird alphabet.

In the daydreaming landscape performative perspectives unfold as love, anger and intimacy is examined.

The first movement-spell of a trilogy for 5 female performers, with: Judith Förster, Sophie Mars, Bernardita Villarroel, Miriam Bach, Sonja Riegert.


Direction & Choreography by Danilo Andrés
Music Design by Nicolas Mores
Picture from Craig Murray films


5-8e / suggested donation

Artists' Biographies

Judith Förster works as a costume designer, choreographer and performs herself. Her works tiptoe between choreography and visual arts. She investigates the transformation and translation of bodies and shapes into material, which can be cropped, smudged, sliced and put together again.

Sophie Mars is a performance artist from 'nowhere' interested in participatory, sensory and immersive work exploring collective and spontaneous energy and idiosyncratic ritual as new means of viewing and transforming space both physically and ontologically.

Bernardita Villarroel is a chilean dancer and choreographer, she has worked in different projects related to dance and video, mainly dancing/choreographing for music video clips, movies and researching in the video dance format.

Miriam Bach is a Berlin based dancer and performance artist. She graduated with a BSc in Psychology from Leiden University (The Netherlands) in 2017 and subsequently completed Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s MASA programme (Israel). Over time, Miriam has undergone training in various dance styles such as Contemporary Dance, Gaga, Classical Ballet and Vouging.

Nicolás Mores Born in Santiago de Chile, currently lives and works in Berlin. He graduated as a Sound Engineer and Documentary Filmmaker. His interest in music arose at an early age influenced by the music of the 70s and 80s, playing in Hardcore-punk, Kraut-rock & noise bands.

Danilo Andrés ('Trauko') is a dancer/choreographer and visual artist based in Berlin. His work in visual, sonic and performance art has always been interrelated, and is signified by incorporating multiple forms of media such as sculptural headpieces, costumes, photography and video, with several languages in performance.

Poetry Book Launch

Black & White Dream

By Nisha Bhakoo

08.11.2018
19:30 – 23:00 @ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

Facebook event

Join us for a poetry book launch for Nisha Bhakoo’s ‘Black & White Dream’, published by Broken Sleep Books. This is her second collection, following her debut ‘You found a beating heart’ (The Onslaught Press, 2016). Nisha will read from her new collection, supported by guest readers Darling Fitch and Clare Saponia.

Copies of the book will be available to buy and be signed by the author.

Nisha Bhakoo is a British poet and editor, based in Berlin. She is working on a PhD on the Uncanny within contemporary poetry at Humboldt University. Her poems have been published in literary magazines internationally. She has also made poetry films that have been exhibited in the UK and Germany. She was an artist-in-residence at GlogauAIR in 2015. She is currently editing an anthology of gothic poems, with co-editor Charlotte Geater, for The Emma Press.

Guest Readers:

Darling Fitch is an American-born, Berlin-based writer, musician, and performance artist. Fitch recently finished the three-year durational multimedia project ‘A Stranger Sound’, and auto-ethnographic narrative of gender transition and community, and is currently working on a poetry collection.


Clare Saponia is a Berlin-based writer, poet, and linguist. She has published collections: The Oranges of Revolution (Smokestack Books, 2015) and Copyrighting War and other Business Sins (Olympia Publishers, 2011), and is currently working on her next collection. Her poetry morphs from barefaced socio-political satire to the abstract, trippy and mystical, and has featured in a range of magazines and anthologies.


About Black & White Dreams: a tender and sensual collection of transformative poetry which walks with the reader through the darkest of nights to the brightest of dawns, pausing along the way to remember sweet moments and to care for wounds which have yet to heal. Bhakoo’s words are deeply felt and inspirational, often solitary but always warm hearted, with an eye on the desert incase it should flower.

The artists Cassie Jiun Seo and Iza Buleczakos, will be drawing/painting at the launch, creating artwork inspired by the poems as they hear them.

Cassie Jiun Seo is an artist and designer based in Berlin. Her work conveys her own personal reflection of the world surrounding her.

Iza Buleczka is a fine artist and illustrator working in Berlin. She is best known for her geometric pictures of women – their everyday life, features often considered as ‘flaws’ as well as drawing on her own personal experience as a feminist and ex-model. When she doesn’t draw women, she cooks, explores Berlin on foot or by canoe, or teaches people ‘how to art’.




www.izabuleczka.com

@iza_buleczka

Workshop

Yoga in GlogauAIR

24.10.2018
19h @ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

Yoga helps nurture a resilient body, a settled mind and a sense of wellbeing. This free, inclusive class is for every body, whether you're an advanced practitioner or complete beginner. We'll start with a short meditation, before moving into an invigorating flow, and ending with a relaxing warm-down. The class will last 75 minutes in total.

About the teacher:

Natalie is a trained YTT 200 hatha yoga teacher with two years' teaching experience. She has lived in Kreuzberg for 10 years and is passionate about sharing the benefits of yoga with her local community.

Mats and blocks are provided, but please bring your own if possible to ensure there's enough for everyone

Exhibition

FALSE FRONT

19h @ Glogauer Str. 16 10999 Berlin

Facebook event

False Front is the result of the discussion led by 13 photographers currently based in Berlin, all coming from different countries. Working on different fronts, the collective exhibition ask questions on the different meanings of superficiality and its many judgements, appearances and visual representations.

What can really be said about the surface of things?
They enclose us. They represent us. Through them, we establish connections.

From bricks to our guts, from the epidermis to lipstick, from facades to slaughter. Animal skin, foundation, contouring, masks, secrets, mascara, borders - physical or not, our own skin, our scars, our limits, our surfaces, outside, inside, formalities of language, growth.

Everything we touch has a surface.

Everything we see has a surface.

Even sound needs one to make itself audible.

Our surfaces are so many: three on our skin, many on the buildings that hold us in, infinite thresholds we cross everyday.




false_front

Bei Craft

bei Craft at GlogauAIR

November Events

@ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

Facebook event

GlogauAIR is pleased to announce a new partnership with bei Craft centered around community and culture. In November, GlogauAIR will be hosting different events powered by bei Craft and the Craft Initiative Agency. They connect sponsors with those projects deemed worthy of sponsorship bringing events to an approachable human scale and offering an alternative and attractive look at topics that are relevant to Berlin today. 

Traveling Stories // 6th of Nov. 18h
In collaboration with the Berlin Couchsurfing Community, STORY FOR FOOD invites everyone returning to Berlin or traveling on to share what they have experienced being somewhere else. This night provides anyone a safe place to express previous experiences, find insights for future voyages, meet fellow travelers, and discover the power of a story. We tour Berlin to record undocumented stories, stories that otherwise would be lost. We organize story installations, storytelling workshops, acoustic cinema nights and a series of events, where a selection of stories are translated into food, art objects, music and songs.

Crowdfunding Workshop // 7th of Nov. 18h 
Crowdfunding Campus believe that ideas can be better implemented with the help of the community. They want to empower people and businesses to do what they do with crowdfunding, crowdsourcing and crowd innovation. A previous crowdfunding event provided Berlin artist, Anja Fell, with meeting her campaign goal by 170% by the first night to create her illustrated book “Circus Humberto - Uninvited Guests.” Other events have earned funding for artist Aileen Phoenix as she released of her single “Manifest” from her upcoming EP and supported Marrus Knupp in his recent exhibition.

Land&Leute Reisen // 10th of Nov. - 19h
It is an online travel platform promoting conscious traveling in countryside locations of Spain and Morocco. Alongside providing free, useful travel info and connections with local tourist providers, Land & Leute Reisen host Berlin entertainment events to further educate travelers before departure. Their most recent event, a stand-up comedy night hosted by Paloma Lirola, was held in all Spanish while serving authentic Moroccan cuisine, beer, and sold handmade argan oil. Future events will showcase the music of Abba Ndiaye, an Afro/Soul singer from Senegal and the White Noise Trio, a modern Jazz band from Berlin.

Cher Nobyl // 15th of Nov. 13.30h
Cher Nobyl a late night talk show at the intersection of comedy and reality tv, hosted by Berlinʼs premiere post-drag queen, moderator, actress, and therapist, Cher Nobyl. Following the recent inflation of DIY drag queens in the city of Berlin and the glorification of an “all drug and party”queer culture, TB with Cher Nobyl comes as an alternative drag socio-cultural experiment aiming at presenting and promoting role model activists for a safe and unified queer scene. We are in the midst of defining platforms and creating queer safe spaces in areas of Berlin. What we present in these spaces is a statement for what we stand for as a community. The concept of Time Bomb with Cher Nobyl is looking into the opportunity of showcasing underground entertainment combined with socio-political content, all made available to a larger audience via live streaming.

Literally Speaking // 27th of Nov. 19h
Literally Speaking is a monthly fiction reading series that features the original work of Berlin writers and the authors
who inspire their stories. This is a space for local Berlin authors to share their stories, testing their ideas, and express themselves with a community of fellow literature lovers. Upcoming authors include a Man-Booker nominee, Betty Trask Award recipients, New York Times Editors’ Choice, NPR Great Read, and even a New York Times Bestseller.

film festival

LOOP Discover Barcelona Berlin Edition

@ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

LOOP is an international platform devoted to video art, artists' films and moving image practices in contemporary art. Created in 2003, it is the pioneer project focused on this field. As a mediation platform, LOOP organises annually in Barcelona a professional Fair, a city Festival and a Programme of conferences, featuring recent productions, showcasing exhibitions and screenings, and presenting the most challenging issues regarding the video art field. In close collaboration with a community of international collaborators, LOOP develops special projects throughout the year, from publications to programmes of talks and screenings.

In Barcelona:
LOOP Discover: 5 – 23 Nov
LOOP Festival: 12 – 22 Nov
LOOP Fair: 20 – 22 Nov

In Berlin:
LOOP Discover Winners: 22 – 25 Nov

For more information click here!

Ominous

Performance Dance
Danilo Andrés

03.11.2018
20h - 22h

Facebook event

How savage can be the taste of vulnerability?

OMINOUS is an exaltation of the dreaming humours of the body by shifting between extreme saturation and the vacuity of subtle sensual textures. The performers work on a fragmentary space where fantasy, beliefs, dreams and personal archetypes appear as material for a new weird alphabet.

In the daydreaming landscape performative perspectives unfold as love, anger and intimacy is examined.

The first movement-spell of a trilogy for 5 female performers, with: Judith Förster, Sophie Mars, Bernardita Villarroel, Miriam Bach, Sonja Riegert.


Direction & Choreography by Danilo Andrés
Music Design by Nicolas Mores
Picture from Craig Murray films


5-8e / suggested donation

Artists' Biographies

Judith Förster works as a costume designer, choreographer and performs herself. Her works tiptoe between choreography and visual arts. She investigates the transformation and translation of bodies and shapes into material, which can be cropped, smudged, sliced and put together again.

Sophie Mars is a performance artist from 'nowhere' interested in participatory, sensory and immersive work exploring collective and spontaneous energy and idiosyncratic ritual as new means of viewing and transforming space both physically and ontologically.

Bernardita Villarroel is a chilean dancer and choreographer, she has worked in different projects related to dance and video, mainly dancing/choreographing for music video clips, movies and researching in the video dance format.

Miriam Bach is a Berlin based dancer and performance artist. She graduated with a BSc in Psychology from Leiden University (The Netherlands) in 2017 and subsequently completed Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s MASA programme (Israel). Over time, Miriam has undergone training in various dance styles such as Contemporary Dance, Gaga, Classical Ballet and Vouging.

Nicolás Mores Born in Santiago de Chile, currently lives and works in Berlin. He graduated as a Sound Engineer and Documentary Filmmaker. His interest in music arose at an early age influenced by the music of the 70s and 80s, playing in Hardcore-punk, Kraut-rock & noise bands.

Danilo Andrés ('Trauko') is a dancer/choreographer and visual artist based in Berlin. His work in visual, sonic and performance art has always been interrelated, and is signified by incorporating multiple forms of media such as sculptural headpieces, costumes, photography and video, with several languages in performance.

Open Call

Open Call For Residencies Starting April 2019

Apply Now with Your Artistic Project -- Deadline November 30

@ Glogauer Strasse 16, 10999 Berlin

November 30, 2018
Deadline for the residencies starting in April 2019.

http://glogauair.net/residency/residency_about/

Apply: http://glogauair.net/residency/residency_application/

Exhibition

Emerging Photo exhibition // Identity unveiled
Powered by Uncoated

11.10.2018
17h - 22h @ Glogauer Str.16 10999 Berlin

Facebook event


The intersection of creator meets (new) collector is where uncoated plays a role as a platform for contemporary photography. A space where people can experience contemporary photography, getting to know talented creators and learn about collecting photography.

www.uncoated.de
Instagram

Emerging Photo exhibition // Identity unveiled

The exhibition researches how we can balance our role within the social system whilst discovering our identity. How connected to the ‘Self’ are people willing to be?


"The visage perceived by others, it establishes a passage to transcend the outer world from the enclosed inner-self."
Emmanuel Levinas

Participating artists:
Carla Cabanas
Bruna Mayer
Tom Hegen
Inez Agnese
Matthew Coleman

Curated by Josephine de Fijter

external exhibition artists

Bernardita Bennett participates with Chicx Chilean Conexión

Chicx Chilean Conexión
Acus Macht

14.09.2018
19:00 @ ACUD MACHT NEU - Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Facebook event

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, numerous young Chilean artists and musicians have flogged to the German capital, seduced by an effervescent artistic and musical scene and a society in which personal liberties continue to be valued more than economic capabilities. A group of them has been invited to exhibit parts of the work they are developing in their new home, in a night where intercultural art and music will merge in a same space!

Workshop

Vjing & 3D mapping techniques

Kalma Lab

30.10.2018 - 04.11.2018
@ GlogauAIR

Facebook event

A wide introduction to Vjing and projection mapping with the aim to explore the possibilities of live video and visual scenography using real time rendering and video mapping.

During the 4 days workshop, the participants will be introduced to the live performance possibilities of software such as MadMapper and VDMX .Also, we´ll explore and experiment with live video cameras and sound interaction to expand the audiovisual experience.

The aim is that the assistants can defend themselves in a real environment. And to reach this, the last hours of the workshop, we ́ll organize an open doors session to show our creations the last hours of the laboratory.

For this occasion, we have the support of GarageCube and VDMX. Garage cube will supply us with a full license of the MadMapper and Modul8 and vidvox one of VDMX software for every student that will run for one month without restrictions.
/// Requirements ///

➝ Computer: Mac (recommended Intel Mac running Mac OS X 10.8 or newer) MadMapper 3.0 support windows system from windows 8.1 (not VDMX)
➝ Video adapter into VGA or HDMI.
➝ Optional: MIDI controllers, beamer and webcams.
➝ NO previews knowledge necessary.


MORE INFO ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
http://www.kalmalab.com/WORKSHOPS

Software description

Madmapper 3.0 is a simple but advanced tool for video mapping projections and light mapping. It was created to spend more time to focus on creating your content, and making the experience of mapping textures to physical objects in real time, than solving technical issues.
Madmapper 3.0 includes the possibility of adding shaders, materials and generators to each surface. This open a huge door for real time mapping.

VDMX is one of the most powerful and flexible software system for real time video. Based on a modular configuration, it allows to create your own user interface depending on your necessities. So nothing will be needless in your patch.
Also, a built-in audio analyzer translates any sound into light and movement with intelligent selectivity for volume, frequency, instrument and dynamic response.
Support many media types including QuickTime Movies, Hap encoded files, ISF / GLSL, Flash, HTML…

Syphon is an open source Mac OS X technology that allows applications to share frames - full frame rate video or stills - with one another in real-time. That give us the possibility of connecting several applications to suit your needs (Madmapper with VDMX, Modul8, Resolume…; Quartz Composer, MaxMSP, openFrameworks with MadMapper or VDMX; Madmapper with After Effects and many many more…)

Date: 30th October - 2nd November 2018
Workshop place: GlogauAIR (Glogauer Str. 16. 10999 Berlin – Germany)
Time: 17:00 - 21:00
Price: 180 €
Number of participants: 4 - 11
Open doors performance: 2nd November at 20:00

REGISTRATION PAGE

FB EVENT

For more information please contact: workshops.kalmalab@gmail.com

Festival

EMPOWAIR

The new queer, sustainable-tech festival.

11.08.2018
19h - 22h @ Glogauer str.16 10999 Berlin

Facebook event

Empower is an afro-futurist and queer-feminist community platform with film, electronic music and art by queer people of colour. EmpowAIR is a collaboration between Empower and UK based curator Jumoke Fernandez, taking place on 11 August 2018 in the GlogauAIR art space in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Empower parties are about freedom of expression in any form, giving protagonism to minority groups and letting them tell their own stories. We combine electronic music events with documentary filmmaking, focusing on queer, trans*, gender non-conforming people of colour.

EmpowAIR will take the form of a one-day music, performance and digital art festival, starting with a food ritual; followed by:

- internet rituals
- one panel discussion on femininity and femmephobia
- a digital art exhibition from the Middle-East
- sustainable fashion workshop and
- augmented reality fashion workshop
- 7 music shows by female identifying artists as well as
- a voguing flash workshop

Our musicians, performers and visual artists carry messages for the present and future with the aim of transforming our surroundings.

Line-up:

LIVE ON STAGE

Solange, tô aberta
Alex Alvina Chamberland
Rona Geffen - RG Music
Negroma
Sanni Est
Lia Sahin
La By'le
Sifonics
Future V (House of Arise)

ART EXHIBITIONS

- Digital Excreta
- Re:Future

RITUALS

Laura Lulika
Xanayanna Relux
Keiken

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

- Passing, Transness and Femmephobia in (Queer) Spaces
- BRAINCELS VS INCEL TEARS by Clusterduck

FASHION EXPERIENCES

- Metaverse Makeovers
- Kimona 27
- Work/Talk "Subersive Styling - and Ethical Guide" by Mariana Lourenço

Exhibition

VCU Summer Program

03.08.2018
19h - 22h

Facebook event

A collection of artists from Richmond, Virginia are presenting their new work for one night only on August 3rd starting at 19:00. This opening includes work by Marissa Alper, Charlotte Ji Tan Haines, Zac Hays, Maya Jackson, Cameron Leonard, Ell Treese, and Clayton Turner produced over the course of this summer. Maybe a pop-up, maybe a celebration of SpongeBob’s 32nd birthday. Titled “67” (Sixty-Seven) explores the way seven artists utilize painting, photography, and sculpture to navigate their unique experiences through themes of identity, reflection, and the Goo Lagoon.

JOB OFFER - PROJECT COORDINATOR

We are looking for a Project Coordinator!
GlogauAir

POSITION DESCRIPTION

As a project coordinator you will be responsible for the day to day operation of GlogauAIR both at the artistic conceptual level and operational level; you will organise partners and collaborators. Serve as primary point of contact for the program and coordinate team members. We are looking for a coordinator possessing a Bachelor’s degree in an applicable field with 2-3 years related experience in arts administration or arts programming. With excellent oral and written communication in English and good level of German. As a team leader, you will work collaboratively and will build and maintain good relationships with resident artists and our partners.

Your duties will include: Coordination and Organisation of exhibitions, projects, and artists; data and documentation; Management of social media, PR, and Press releases; Maintain and update GlogauAIR website; Assist Directors with fundraising and grant writing.

ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?!

If you are interested in this offer, please read the attached job offer document where you will find all of the details.

Click here for more detailed information

Deadline: July 13th, 2018.

Interview

Interview - Meet the Artist

Anastasiya Gutnik

Anastasiya´s art is based on the confluence of natural materials and found relics. Materiality is critical to her work and often the starting place for inspiration; newspaper clippings from letter exchanges with her grandmother, cheesecloth reminiscent of the curdling milk hanging from her mother’s bathroom sinks, snips of hair from poorly planned haircutting experiments. These become the foundation for intimately curated microcosms.

Working within drawing, painting, and sculpture she choose what medium feels most appropriate for any given project, often times combining multiple. She rarely set out with a concrete plan, and she is interested in the places in her art that evolve through the process of working; where elements crack, drip, ooze, expose. The sense of interior and exterior is often present, both in the physical sense of elements that can be explored and illustrations of interiors such as the underlying biomechanics in living beings.




Open Call

LOOP DISCOVER - OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS

International Video Art Award
Loop

LOOP Discover Award opens the registration period from May 23rd to July 2nd. This year, we establish aliances between ecology and video art so we can rethink from the artistic practice the new ecological challenges. The finalist videos will be screened both in Barcelona (at Antigua Fábrica Estrella Damm) and in Berlin (at GlogauAIR).

WHAT IS LOOP DISCOVER AWARD?

The LOOP Discover Award has been created with the aim to support and recognize the recent production of videos and films by international artists through a free open call to the artistic community.

This LOOP Barcelona initiative is supported by Estrella Damm, who sponsors this prize, in line with its longtime support to the cultural sector. The exhibition featuring the finalist projects, included in the program of LOOP Barcelona every year, will be shown at the former Estrella Damm beer factory (Antigua Fábrica Estrella Damm), giving the audience the opportunity to enjoy the works in an exhibition format as well as at GlogauAIR.

All the submitted works will undergo three selection stages conducted by expert members of the arts sector who will evaluate the works according to their relevance to the proposed theme, their artistic quality, the novelty of their approach and the artist’s career.

An international jury made up of acclaimed professionals in the contemporary art sector will single out 10 finalists, among whom will be the winner of the prize, worth €5,000. The awarded work will furthermore be considered to be included in the LOOP Collection, currently on loan to the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA).
   
With the aim of fostering a space for the promotion of video art works, the LOOP Discover Award has also created an online video channel, in which selected works from the second stage of the competition will be available for viewing and voting. The most voted video will be part of the final exhibition along with the other 10 finalists, and included in other possible screenings.
All the finalist works might be considered for future projects by LOOP, such as screenings in international fairs and festivals, itinerant exhibitions and other curated proposals. Furthermore, they will be promoted and given visibility through the LOOP network.

HOW TO APPLY
       
Registration: from May 23rd to July 2nd (23:59, GMT+1).
Link: www.loop-barcelona.com/discover
Contact: discover@loop-barcelona.com


A completed application form will have to include the following:
- the applicant’s personal details
- the applicant’s CV and personal statement
- information about the submitted work
- definition and justification of the topic
- a preview link (preferably Vimeo or YouTube).



RECENT

Open Call

Next Residency Application Deadline - 16th June -

Deadline for residencies beginning in October 2018 until March 2019

Join us in Berlin!!

Find out more about our AIR Program

Apply here!

Open Call

Call for Curatorial Proposals

Exhibit in GlogauAIR’s project space!

Last year’s open call was a true success and two wonderful projects were selected!
In 2018 we want to continue to get creativity flowing! We want to promote artistic dialog and artistic production. We want to support your vision, to help your projects taking off.
GlogauAIR was founded in 2006 by the artist Chema Alvargonzález (1960 Cádiz, Spain – 2009 Berlin, Germany) with the aim of being a non-profit space dedicated to openness, experimentation and dialogue. Focused on innovation and deeply committed to artistic quality, we are currently running an all-year long artists-in-residence and a project space where various artistic events take place.
This time, let one of these events be that exhibition you have been cooking in your mind!

What we offer you for free
- Project Space (150 sqm.)
- Technical support
- Promotion (Website, Newsletter, Facebook, Instagram, Flyers and Poster)
- Featuring in Open Studios catalog
- Catering

Exhibition Dates // December 14th to 15th (This exhibition will be the guest exhibition at the Open Studios December 2018 event)
Deadline for Proposal Submissions // June 1st, 2018
The selected project will be announced on // July 2nd, 2018

Eligibility
- All sorts of artistic disciplines are accepted
- The curatorial project must include at least a minimum of three artists
- The current call is open to individual curators as well as to curatorial teams/organizations/collectives
- Curators and artist need to be Berlin-based

Required documentation
- Title + Exhibition concept (max. 300 words in English)
- Statement + link to artist’ webpage or portfolio
- List of selected works + Pictures or weblinks
- Technical requirements
- CV of the curator(s)/collective/organization

The information listed above must be sent to projectspace@glogauair.net in only one single document (pdf, rar or zip) that should not exceed 20 MB.

The enclosed document should be named as follows:

exhibitionTitle_monthandyearoftheexhibition.pdf

Example: coolwaves_march2017.pdf

In case you have any questions or in case you are having trouble with the submission, do not hesitate in contacting us.

Interview

Interview - Meet the Artist

Marcia Vaitsman

The last 3 years Marcia has been writing and researching images of displacement, which resulted in a PhD thesis and several studio projects. Her interest lies in vast empty spaces, slow paces and reduced color pallets. Thematically her practice is rooted in displacement, migration, miscegenation and how the body-mind copes with disorientation.

The interest in science, researching digital media and the observation of mass and social media are a part of the search for a “map” or method, as she tries to understand how people form their collectives and identities. These concepts and processes converge into single channel videos, installations and photographs.




open_studios



OPEN STUDIOS
GlogauAIR Resident Artists



Gemeinsam - Selforganized artists of the North
Project Space Exhibition



23 - 24 March 2018
@ GlogauAIR


OPEN STUDIOS
GlogauAIR Resident Artists

Hannah Celli // Arthur Laidlaw// Anastasiya Gutnik // Hwan Yun // Jazoo Yang & Sungho Haku // Marcia Vaitsman // Marko Ivic // Rachel Goodwin // Victor Artiga // Zachary Craig

Aiming to create a welcoming place for emerging international artists, GlogauAIR was founded in 2006 by the spanish artist Chema Alvarogonzález. At the heart of the experimental and innovative Berlin´s artistic scene, GlogauAIR stands today as privileged space for creative development.

This 23rd and 24th of March, GlogauAIR warmly invites the public in to discover freshly baked works by the latest 11 international artists in residence. Moreover, the Project Space on the ground floor will be hosting the exhibition Gemeinsam -Selforganized artists of the North curated by irreverent gallery Galleri Syster, based in Luleå, Sweeden. To shake up the opening night, we will be counting with the live DJ session by the valencian musician KOSTROK. To start off the second and last day of the event, the artists´talk “Be the artworld you want to take part in” will be exploring the relationship between individual and collective artwork.

During this Open Studios’ event visitors will be able to dive into the diversity of human subjectivity through Marcia Vaitsman´s videos, to follow Victor Artiga´s musing on how technology has been replacing our real memory and emotions and Rachel Goodwin’s reflection on how the consumerist cycle of useless objects has affected the perception of our needs.

Marko Ivic will be expanding on the topic of aesthetic phenomenon of light reflection while the sound artist Hwan Yun will be playing with sound with an amusing interactive installation. JAZOO Yang and Haku Sungho will also be presenting a visual sound piece in which they literally lend sound to the act of painting itself.

The painters and drawers Hannah Celli, Anastasiya Gutnik and Zachary Craig will be exhibiting their latest experiments with new materials, techniques and style, while the also painter Arthur Laidlaw carefully analyzes the ties between the history of a city and its inhabitants.


Gemeinsam - Selforganized artists of the North
Project Space Exhibition

Galleri Syster

Galleri Syster

Elin Maria Johansson // Hanna Kanto, Meri Nikula // Essi Korva, Sara Edström // Stefan Riebel // Anja Örn // Tomas Örn // Fanny Carinasdotter // Therese Engström // Anna Harju // Vappu Jalonen

What do we need? In order to feel that we are moving, not standing still: to avoid becoming bogged down in internal or external issues, but instead to progress from one question to the next? To develop – as a person and as an artist?
We need each other; we need to discuss, reflect, obstruct, construct. We need dialogues and polylogues. We need co-participation. As individual artists we cooperate long-term with invited artists, creating mutual mentorship, broadening our artistic practice, our organising, our thoughts.
We embrace the collective practice, we find strength in each other and have so much more fun together.


✴   ✴   ✴

PROGRAM

Friday 23rd March // 19:00 - 23:00

19:00 // LOUHETAR // Essi Korva (Sculptural Dreess) & Meri Nikula (voice and performance) // Vocal Performance with a Sculptural Costume

20:00 // Vappu Jalonen // Text and Sound performance

20:30 // I DON´T LOOK GOOD NAKED ANYMORE // Sara Edstöm // Song & Ukulele

21:00 // KOSTROK // Live DJ Session


Saturday, March 24th // 16:00 - 21:00

16:30 // BE THE ARTWORLD YOU WANT TO TAKE PART IN // Sara Edström, Elin Maria Johansson and
Fanny Carinasdotter // Artist Talk

18:00 // LOUHETAR // Essi Korva (Sculptural Dreess) & Meri Nikula (voice and performance) // Vocal
Performance with a Sculptural Costume


FREE ENTRY


✴   ✴   ✴





open_studios



OPEN STUDIOS
GlogauAIR Resident Artists



Gemeinsam - Selforganized artists of the North
Project Space Exhibition



23 - 24 March 2018
@ GlogauAIR


OPEN STUDIOS
GlogauAIR Resident Artists

Hannah Celli // Arthur Laidlaw// Anastasiya Gutnik // Hwan Yun // Jazoo Yang & Sungho Haku // Marcia Vaitsman // Marko Ivic // Rachel Goodwin // Victor Artiga // Zachary Craig

Aiming to create a welcoming place for emerging international artists, GlogauAIR was founded in 2006 by the spanish artist Chema Alvarogonzález. At the heart of the experimental and innovative Berlin´s artistic scene, GlogauAIR stands today as privileged space for creative development.

This 23rd and 24th of March, GlogauAIR warmly invites the public in to discover freshly baked works by the latest 11 international artists in residence. Moreover, the Project Space on the ground floor will be hosting the exhibition Gemeinsam -Selforganized artists of the North curated by irreverent gallery Galleri Syster, based in Luleå, Sweeden. To shake up the opening night, we will be counting with the live DJ session by the valencian musician KOSTROK. To start off the second and last day of the event, the artists´talk “Be the artworld you want to take part in” will be exploring the relationship between individual and collective artwork.

During this Open Studios’ event visitors will be able to dive into the diversity of human subjectivity through Marcia Vaitsman´s videos, to follow Victor Artiga´s musing on how technology has been replacing our real memory and emotions and Rachel Goodwin’s reflection on how the consumerist cycle of useless objects has affected the perception of our needs.

Marko Ivic will be expanding on the topic of aesthetic phenomenon of light reflection while the sound artist Hwan Yun will be playing with sound with an amusing interactive installation. JAZOO Yang and Haku Sungho will also be presenting a visual sound piece in which they literally lend sound to the act of painting itself.

The painters and drawers Hannah Celli, Anastasiya Gutnik and Zachary Craig will be exhibiting their latest experiments with new materials, techniques and style, while the also painter Arthur Laidlaw carefully analyzes the ties between the history of a city and its inhabitants.


Gemeinsam - Selforganized artists of the North
Project Space Exhibition

Galleri Syster

Galleri Syster

Elin Maria Johansson // Hanna Kanto, Meri Nikula // Essi Korva, Sara Edström // Stefan Riebel // Anja Örn // Tomas Örn // Fanny Carinasdotter // Therese Engström // Anna Harju // Vappu Jalonen

What do we need? In order to feel that we are moving, not standing still: to avoid becoming bogged down in internal or external issues, but instead to progress from one question to the next? To develop – as a person and as an artist?
We need each other; we need to discuss, reflect, obstruct, construct. We need dialogues and polylogues. We need co-participation. As individual artists we cooperate long-term with invited artists, creating mutual mentorship, broadening our artistic practice, our organising, our thoughts.
We embrace the collective practice, we find strength in each other and have so much more fun together.


✴   ✴   ✴

PROGRAM

Friday 23rd March // 19:00 - 23:00

19:00 // LOUHETAR // Essi Korva (Sculptural Dreess) & Meri Nikula (voice and performance) // Vocal Performance with a Sculptural Costume

20:00 // Vappu Jalonen // Text and Sound performance

20:30 // I DON´T LOOK GOOD NAKED ANYMORE // Sara Edstöm // Song & Ukulele

21:00 // KOSTROK // Live DJ Session


Saturday, March 24th // 16:00 - 21:00

16:30 // BE THE ARTWORLD YOU WANT TO TAKE PART IN // Sara Edström, Elin Maria Johansson and
Fanny Carinasdotter // Artist Talk

18:00 // LOUHETAR // Essi Korva (Sculptural Dreess) & Meri Nikula (voice and performance) // Vocal
Performance with a Sculptural Costume


FREE ENTRY


✴   ✴   ✴







More events and activities