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Etwas kam auf uns zu / Something was coming upon us (2019)

To make the best of a bad situation, namely, a prolonged eviction process, nine artists have come together to gift a Charlottenburg apartment one last life as an unusual exhibition space. On February 9th Something was coming upon us opened in a partially gutted and completely empty 122-year-old tenement slated for demolition. Funded by the city of Berlin, participating artists produced site-specific projects and interventions. The artists were: Emma Adler (DE), William Engelen (NL), Friederike Feldmann (DE), Dagmara Genda (PL/CA), Emily Hunt (AUS), Thomas Locher (DE), Joachim Schmid (DE), Louise Witthöft (DK) & Rodney LaTourelle (CA).

I laughed, I cried, I split my side (2014)

"I laughed, I cried, I split my side is the evocation of a horrible laugh, at once absurd and pained, funny and awful. Skirting the lines of discomfort, ridicule, and cynical self-deprecation, the exhibition explores the interstices of humour and horror." This group show ran at aka-artist run centre in Saskatoon Canada. Artists featured: Kyle Beal (Calgary AB), Erica Eyres (Glasgow UK), Christine Negus (London ON), Shanell Papp (Lethbridge AB).

Thumbnail photo: Christine Negus, "Ditto," engraved razor blade, silver thread, 2013

"Playing the Fiddle While the Amazon Burns" is my feature on art and climate change for Border Crossings.

"Art in the Time of Corona: A Solitary Encounter with Daniel Steegman Mangrané's 'Fog Dog'" can now be read on Berlin Art Link.