Julian Weber

Berlin Art Prize 2016 submissions open to Sep 1

15 August 2016

Submissions are now open to all Berlin-based artists for the Berlin Art Prize, running to September 1.

Eligible nominees, selected by a jury, will present their work in an exhibition which will run from November 12 to December 10. Three artists will receive the independent award, which includes a trophy, prize money and a four-week residency in Georgia beginning March 2017.

The Jury includes curator and art critic Karen Archey, art critic Kito Nedo and artists Emeka Ogboh, Susanne M. Winterling and Ahmet Öğüt.

Previous winners include Rike Horb, Julian Weber and Miriam Yammad.

See the Berlin Art Prize website for submission guidelines and more details.**

'Flexible Walls/Gummimauer No.2' Berlin Art Prize, 2015
Rike Horb, ‘Flexible Walls/Gummimauer No.2’ @ Berlin Art Prize, 2015.
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Gray Voice Ensemble @ District, Mar 12

10 March 2016

Berlin’s District will host a production and choreography project by Julian Weber, Constructing Ruins (Keeping it Wet) with Gray Voice Ensemble on March 12.

The Constructing Ruins (Keeping it Wet) exhibition is currently running at the space, from March 3 to 23, but for the evening on March 12 the 40-strong Berlin-based choir will join the space, which the press release describes as half stage-half club. It will be a place full of sculptures, live and still, where music is played and performed, and “where the physical conditions and inter-worlds of animate and inanimate matter are explored”.

Gray Voice Ensemble have previously performed with artist Hanne Lippard and other composers.

See the District website for more details**

Julian Weber, 'Lichtung' (2012) documentation still. Courtesy Julian Weber.
Julian Weber, ‘Lichtung’ (2012) documentation still. Courtesy Julian Weber.


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