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Roam roam is a newly opened project space in Berlin that has a residency program with a focus on East European artist exchange.

roam is a newly opened project space in the centre of Berlin with a residency program focusing on East European artist exchange and a changing exhibition program. The project space accommodates art shows, shorter pop-up projects and networking events. roam was founded by the artist Ottjörg A.C. and RAM – Rebel Art Management in 2021. The goal of roam is to set an example against the dynamics of ge

roam is a newly opened project space in the centre of Berlin with a residency program focusing on East European artist exchange and a changing exhibition program. The project space accommodates art shows, shorter pop-up projects and networking events. roam was founded by the artist Ottjörg A.C. and RAM – Rebel Art Management in 2021. The goal of roam is to set an example against the dynamics of ge

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Thank you for visiting! The exhibition TURGOR is open until 13.01.23. Thurs - Sat 4 pm – 7 pm and by appointmentWinter h...
16/12/2022

Thank you for visiting!

The exhibition TURGOR is open until 13.01.23.
Thurs - Sat 4 pm – 7 pm and by appointment
Winter holiday break: 22.12.2022 - 01.01.2023

This Friday 6 pm opens the exhibition "Exercises for Dreamkeeping" in Aparaaditehas, Tartu as part of Tartu Gallery Nigh...
22/11/2022

This Friday 6 pm opens the exhibition "Exercises for Dreamkeeping" in Aparaaditehas, Tartu as part of Tartu Gallery Night!

Exhibition: 25.11.2022 - 27.12.2022 in the balcony gallery of the Widget Factory (Kastani 42, Tartu).
The gallery is open Wed-Sun 12-18.

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Participating artists: Laure Catugier, Kelli Gedvil, Alexei Gordin, Kennet Lekko, Marko Mäetamm, Kristen Rästas, Roman-Sten Tõnissoo, Ellen Vene
Curator: Anita Kodanik

"Exercises for Dreamkeeping" focuses on the axis between Estonia and Berlin, which has been increasingly felt in the art scene lately. The group exhibition is a reflection on the artists' time in Germany during their residencies, and presents work by each artist, either created during their residency or otherwise inspired by their experience in Berlin.

The artists open up the anxieties of leaving and returning, the contradictions of dreams and realities, of experience and perishability, that are inherent in the work in the art field. Together, they examine the realities that artists face when moving from the domestic cultural scene to the wider arena.

In the constant state of arrival and departure, the artists carry with them their work along with spatial experiences, memories, aspirations and expectations. How can we remember the feeling that the pursuit of a dream once gave us? What to do when long-held aspirations and ambitions turn out to be quite different from what we expected? What will become of our fierce but fleeting desires in the future?

In addition to the seven Estonian artists, the exhibition also includes works by German artist Laure Catugier, who is in residence at TYPA this year (October - November). The residency and exhibition is organised by the Berlin roam project space in cooperation with TYPA Tartu and MTÜ Eesti-Saksa Kunstikoostöö.

Supported by: Estonian Cultural Endowment, Goethe Institute

Very excited to announce artist Laure Catugier was chosen for the residency in Tartu, Estonia, organised by MTÜ Eesti-Sa...
07/10/2022

Very excited to announce artist Laure Catugier was chosen for the residency in Tartu, Estonia, organised by MTÜ Eesti-Saksa Kunstikoostöö, roam project space, Berlin (roam projects e.V.) and Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA, which kindly accomodates and provides for the residency.

Laure Catugier (1982, Toulouse, France) lives and works in Berlin.
As a visual artist with an architectural background, Catugier's work is connected to the architectural elements of Modernism and the subsequent movements that drew inspiration from it. She explores the diversity of global post-war architecture through residencies around the world. Her research focuses on the social aspect of modernist buildings and in particular on collective housing and its progressive norms, spaces, forms and uses.

Since 2015, she has obtained several residency grants in Germany, Austria, Japan, Russia, Iran, Czech republic, Egypt, Israël, Poland, Estonia, Bolivia and Taiwan. She is the winner of the International Celeste Prize, as well as scholarships from the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt Berlin, the Pilecki Institute Warsaw and the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn. Her work has been exhibited internationally (selection) : Liebling Haus - White City center (Tel Aviv), Total Museum (Seoul), In Sonora Festival (Madrid), Artum Foundation (Warsaw), Laznia Contemporary Art Museum (Gdansk), Centraltrack Gallery (Dallas, US), Galerie Weisser Elefant, German-Japanese Cultural Center and Korean Cultural Center in Berlin; Stadtmuseum and Institut Français in Düsseldorf.

Residency is supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Goethe Institute, Estonian Embassy in Berlin, German-Estonian Society Berlin e.V., TYPA, MTÜ Eesti-Saksa Kunstikoostöö, roam project space (roam projects e.V.)

A look back at our recent exhibition 'Lines of Deconstruction' by artist Stela Vasileva ☀️Stela was for one month living...
29/09/2022

A look back at our recent exhibition 'Lines of Deconstruction' by artist Stela Vasileva ☀️

Stela was for one month living and working at roam project space from mid-August until mid-September. The exhibition ran at the end of the residency during Art Week Berlin

The Bulgarian artist residency is in collaboration with Structura Gallery, Sofia and Lachezar Tsotsorkov Foundation

Photos by Andreas Baudisch

Lines of DeconstructionBy Stela Vasileva Exhibition opening today (15.09.) at 6pm!  🔥Guided tours and network meeting: 1...
15/09/2022

Lines of Deconstruction
By Stela Vasileva

Exhibition opening today (15.09.) at 6pm! 🔥

Guided tours and network meeting: 17 September, from 4 pm
Exhibition: 16 September – 18 September, 4 pm – 9 pm

roam
Lindenstraße 91, 10969 Berlin

In collaboration with Structura Gallery, Sofia and Lachezar Tsotsorkov Foundation.

The exhibition “Lines of Deconstruction” displays works by Bulgarian artist Stela Vasileva who spent the last one month in artist residency at roam project space in Berlin.

Being inspired by the city’s architecture, Vasileva presents at her exhibition detailed black and white drawings of local buildings together with geometric glass sculptures and industrial objects. These objects were found and gathered by the artist during her walks, which also had the purpose of getting her acquainted with Berlin and its diverse forms, lines and materials.

The showcased works are in constant dialogue with their fragility and heaviness, shape and size and this gets extended to the exhibition space’s existing architecture. The glass objects in either square or triangular shapes play with light, which gets both reflected and refracted, thus defining what the human eye sees. In contrast to this, the industrial ready-mades combine cold, artificial metal and concrete, which has been corroded and deformed by time, nature and human activity. Vasileva displays these exhibits as independent sculptures that, in correlation with each other, form a unified site-specific installation.

Stela Vasileva, the current residency artist at roam will have a solo exhibition during the Art Week Berlin. Here’s a qu...
02/09/2022

Stela Vasileva, the current residency artist at roam will have a solo exhibition during the Art Week Berlin. Here’s a quick impression of her new upcoming work! 📐🏢

The conceptual framework of Stela’s creation is inspired by the multi-faced architecture of Berlin, which she has been visually experiencing during her stay. The artworks in making trace and explore the apparent and more hidden structures found both in the old and new architecture of this city.

More coming soon! We will keep you posted! 👀

This residency is in collaboration with Structura Gallery, Sofia and Lachezar Tsotsorkov Foundation.

We’re excited to announce our autumn 2022 Bulgarian residency artist Stela Vasileva! She will be staying at roam from mi...
12/08/2022

We’re excited to announce our autumn 2022 Bulgarian residency artist Stela Vasileva! She will be staying at roam from mid-August until mid-September. The residency will end with an exhibition during Art Week Berlin.

In collaboration with Structura Gallery, Sofia and Lachezar Tsotsorkov Foundation.

Stela Vasileva works in the field of the object, the installation, and the drawing. She explores the form, the objects in space, with the main attempt to unload the objects of any superfluous elements, while also putting it out of the context of its concrete (ordinary) environment. In doing so, she often erases the boundaries of real space.

Stela Vasileva (b.1983) lives and works in Sofia. She graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia with a major in Mural Painting. She won the Gaudenz B. Ruf Award (2010), Nominations for the BAZA Award for Contemporary Art (2013-2015) as well as various residences including KulturKontakt, Vienna, Austria (2012), Krinzinger Projekte, Petomihalyfa, Hungary – Vienna (2012), Cité Internationale des arts Paris, France (2014).

Stela Vasileva participated in numerous group exhibitions and projects some of which: “Intimacy and spectacle in the age of social media”, The Largo, Sofia (2021); “The Pric/ze is Right” – NEXT Balkan: Bulgarian Contemporary Art in Belgrade, Serbia (2021); “History Between‘‘, Regional History Museum – Sofia, (2020); ‘‘State of Apparition’’ Aether Gallery, Hague, Holland (2019)); Process in Progress, Bäckerstrasse4 – platform for young art, Vienna, AT (2015); ViennaContemporary, Focus Bulgaria, Vienna, AT (2015) and others.

Among her solo appearances are: ‘’Transposition’’, Posta space, Sofia (2022); Lines of Time (in pencil and paper), Arosita Gallery, Sofia (2019); Colorful Gravity, Night Plovdiv 2019; “Signs of Sound”, +359 Gallery, Sofia (2018/2019); “Under Construction”, Contemporary Space Gallery, Varna (2015) and others.

/// Application deadline extended ///Open call at Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA in Tartu, Estonia is extended unti...
19/07/2022

/// Application deadline extended ///

Open call at Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA in Tartu, Estonia is extended until 14th of August 2022.

The residency offers:
Coverage of travel costs to and from Tartu (max. 200,00 €)
Accommodation and studio use
Option of an exhibition during the Gallery Night
Material for print and photo work (machines, paper, ink, etc.)
Support, mediation and communication with local partners and networks, promotion
Exhibition organisation

Application:
A letter of motivation (max. 1 A4 page)
Short biography and/or artist statement
A portfolio with examples of work
Application Deadline: August 14th 2022 via email to [email protected]

Residency is supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Goethe Institute, Estonian Embassy in Berlin, German-Estonian Society Berlin e.V., MTÜ Eesti-Saksa Kunstikoostöö

For more information: https://typa.ee/en/typa-residency/

The Berlin-based project space roam is pleased to announce in cooperation with the Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA t...
05/07/2022

The Berlin-based project space roam is pleased to announce in cooperation with the Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA the call for applications for a residency in Tartu, Estonia. We are looking for German artists who would like to work from mid-October to mid-November 2022 in Tartu with the option of an exhibition during the Gallery Night on November 25th 2022.

TYPA is an international institution founded in spring 2010 as a private museum to fill the gap within memory institutions and to save the last surviving letterpress machines and equipment. We are looking for printmakers, but we also encourage artists who are new to printmaking – new media, sculpture, audio artists, painters and other artistic practices – to apply. Typa offers a wide range of printmaking processes (etching, relief, silkscreen and more), darkroom photography, bookbinding and support for artists to develop their own projects.

roam defines itself as a platform to engage with international protagonists of the free and independent art scene by strengthening Europe-wide connections, sharing already existing contacts and welcoming creatives to this fastly growing network. The project space accommodates art shows, shorter pop-up projects, networking events and has a residency program with a focus on East Europe.

The residency offers:
Coverage of travel costs to and from Tartu (max. 200,00 €)
Accommodation and studio use
Option of an exhibition during the Gallery Night
Material for print and photo work (machines, paper, ink, etc.)
Support, mediation and communication with local partners and networks, promotion
Exhibition organisation

Application:
A letter of motivation (max. 1 A4 page)
Short biography and/or artist statement
A portfolio with examples of work
Application Deadline: July 24th 2022, 12 p.m. via email to [email protected]

Residency is supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Goethe Institute, Estonian Embassy in Berlin, German-Estonian Society Berlin e.V., MTÜ Eesti-Saksa Kunstikoostöö

For more information and photos of the accommodation: https://typa.ee/en/typa-residency/

Opening the exhibition 'Out of Sight is Out of Mind' already tomorrow at 6pm! Find details below.
28/04/2022
Out of Sight Is Out of Mind - Exhibition at roam in Berlin

Opening the exhibition 'Out of Sight is Out of Mind' already tomorrow at 6pm!

Find details below.

The two-week residency project ‘Out of Sight Is Out of Mind’ by Roman-Sten Tõnissoo and Ellen Vene brings the visitor to an experiential dreamscape where ephemeral bonds are formed between moments and mementos.

We are thrilled to announce our new residency artist Ellen Vene at roam project space! Ellen Vene (b. 1990) is an artist...
19/04/2022

We are thrilled to announce our new residency artist Ellen Vene at roam project space!

Ellen Vene (b. 1990) is an artist, cultural organizer and radio host based in Tallinn, Estonia. She has studied sculpture and installation art in the Estonian Academy of Arts and Die Angewandte in Vienna and holds an MA degree in art practice. Her various practices combine image, sound and storytelling, often reflecting on her immediate surroundings, everyday life and the social structures within. Lived experiences are translated into poetical narratives in the form of installations that generally involve the whole space. Her works have been presented at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM), NU Performance Festival, Intonal Festival, and Gallery Mihhail in Tallinn among others.

The residency programme at roam has a focus on East European artists and is taking place during the highlights of Berlin's art year.

We will keep you updated!

This Land is Not Mine | Album release performance by Kat Austen today, Jan 27 at 8 pm at roam project space in Berlin-Kr...
27/01/2022

This Land is Not Mine | Album release performance by Kat Austen today, Jan 27 at 8 pm at roam project space in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Lindenstraße 91, 10969 Berlin

Please register for the on-site event: [email protected]
2G+ (recovered or vaccinated + boostered/tested), masks are required at all time

A livestream will be published on:
https://www.katausten.com/.../this-land-is-not-mine-album/

EXHIBITION VIEWS: Daniel M.E. Schaal⠀⠀⠀We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who ma...
03/12/2021

EXHIBITION VIEWS: Daniel M.E. Schaal⠀⠀

We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who made this exhibition possible:⠀

Helene Bosecker
Marie Mergler
Ottjörg A.C.
Kristen Rästas
Sonia Killmann
Mateo Contreras Gallego
Lukas Krüdener
Frederik Chrostek
Tom Bellartz
Markus Rottmann
Sarah Kamender

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. at 6pm with a concert by Sonia Killmann
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor


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EXHIBITION VIEWS: Finja Sander⠀⠀⠀We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who made thi...
02/12/2021

EXHIBITION VIEWS: Finja Sander⠀⠀

We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who made this exhibition possible:⠀

Helene Bosecker
Marie Mergler
Ottjörg A.C.
Kristen Rästas
Sonia Killmann
Mateo Contreras Gallego
Lukas Krüdener
Frederik Chrostek
Tom Bellartz
Markus Rottmann
Sarah Kamender

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. at 6pm with a concert by Sonia Killmann
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor


⠀⠀



.kob.ur.ban⠀


Performance Documentation: Mateo Contreras Gallego

EXHIBITION VIEWS: Charlotte Lichter⠀⠀⠀We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who mad...
01/12/2021

EXHIBITION VIEWS: Charlotte Lichter⠀⠀

We want to thank everyone who came to visit us. Special thanks to everyone who made this exhibition possible:⠀

Helene Bosecker
Marie Mergler
Ottjörg A.C.
Kristen Rästas
Sonia Killmann
Mateo Contreras Gallego
Lukas Krüdener
Frederik Chrostek
Tom Bellartz
Markus Rottmann
Sarah Kamender

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. at 6pm with a concert by Sonia Killmann
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor


⠀⠀



.kob.ur.ban⠀




SCREENING TODAY AT 7 pm! 👀 Glühwein included! ❤️‍🔥 Artist Portraits + Premiere of KONSOLIDIERUNG by Finja Sander and Dan...
27/11/2021

SCREENING TODAY AT 7 pm! 👀 Glühwein included! ❤️‍🔥 Artist Portraits + Premiere of KONSOLIDIERUNG by Finja Sander and Daniel M.E. Schaal

You can visit the exhibition today and tomorrow, 3 - 7 pm

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm⠀

25.11. at 8pm: Concert by Sonia Killmann for the Opening⠀

27.11. at 7pm: Screening of Interviews + Premiere of Konsolidierung by Finja Sander and Daniel M.E. Schaal⠀

To ensure the safety of all participants and visitors we will be enforcing 2G+ regulations and mandatory masks. Please come with proof of vaccination or recovery.

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor


⠀⠀



.kob.ur.ban⠀





OPENING TODAY!! Come by from 6 pm! Concert by Sonia Killmann at 8 pm!PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀⠀with works by Cha...
25/11/2021

OPENING TODAY!! Come by from 6 pm! Concert by Sonia Killmann at 8 pm!

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. at 6pm with a concert by Sonia Killmann
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

To ensure the safety of all participants and visitors we will be enforcing 2G+ regulations and mandatory masks. Please come with proof of vaccination or recovery.

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor


⠀⠀



.kob.ur.ban⠀




24/11/2021

ARTIST PORTRAIT: Daniel M.E. Schaal

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. from 6pm
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor

To ensure the safety of all participants and visitors we will be enforcing 2G+ regulations and mandatory masks. Please come with proof of vaccination or recovery. ⠀

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.kob.ur.ban⠀





23/11/2021

ARTIST PORTRAIT: Finja Sander

PROLOG : never gonna give you up⠀

with works by Charlotte Lichter, Finja Sander, Daniel M.E. Schaal
curated by Jakob Urban

Opening 25.11. from 6pm
Exhibition 26. - 28.11. from 3 to 7pm

roam
Lindenstraße 90, 10969 Berlin⠀
📍U Hallesches Tor

To ensure the safety of all participants and visitors we will be enforcing 2G+ regulations and mandatory masks. Please come with proof of vaccination or recovery. ⠀

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.kob.ur.ban⠀





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[Näitus „Harjutused unistuste pidamiseks“, 25.11.2022 – 27.12.2022 Aparaaditehase rõdugaleriis] „Harjutused unistuste pidamiseks“ tõstab fookusesse Eesti–Berliin suunalise telje, mida viimasel ajal kunstimaastikul aina enam tunda on.
Grupinäitus on reflektsioon kunstnike Saksamaal roam residentuuris veedetud perioodidele ning esitab igalt kunstnikult kas residentuuri jooksul loodud teose või muul moel residentuurikogemusest tõukunud töö.
Kunstnikud avavad kunstitööga kaasnevaid lahkumise ja naasemise, unistuste ja teostumiste, kogemise ja kaduvuse vastuolusid. Koos vaadeldakse olukordi, millega kodusest kultuurimullist laiemale areenile asumisel kokku puututakse. Pidevas saabumise ja lahkumise tundes püütakse ühes teostega kaasas kanda ka ruumikogemusi, mälestusi, taotlusi ja ootusi. Kuidas mäletada seda tunnet, mida unistuse poole pürgimine meis kunagi tekitas? Mida teha siis kui pikaajalised soovid ja taotlused, teostudes hoopis teistmoodi välja kukuvad? Mis saab meie kangetest, kuid kaduvatest ihalustest tulevikus?
Lisaks seitsmele Eesti kunstnikule on näitusel esindatud ka Berliini kunstniku Laure Catugieri tööd, kes käesoleval aastal (oktoober – november) TYPA residentuuris viibib. Residentuuri korraldab Berliini projektiruum roam koostöös TYPA ja Eesti-Saksa kunstikoostöö MTÜga.
📅 Näitus toimub 25.11.2022 – 27.12.2022 Aparaaditehase rõdugaleriis (Kastani 42, Tartu).
📌 Avamine 25. novembril kell 18 Tartu Galeriide Öö raames.
Rõdugalerii on avatud K-P 12-18.
Osalevad kunstnikud: Laure Catugier, Kelli Gedvil, Alexei Gordin, Kennet Lekko, Marko Mäetamm, Kristen Rästas, Roman-Sten Tõnissoo, Ellen Vene
Kuraator: Anita Kodanik
Näitust korraldavad TYPA ja Eesti-Saksa kunstikoostöö MTÜ
Toetajad: Eesti Kultuurkapital, Goethe Instituut.
TYPA Roam Aparaaditehas
[Kunstresidenz - bis 14.8. bewerben!] Für die im Herbst stattfindende Kunstresizenz im Painting and Paper Arts Centre TYPA in Tartu wurde die Bewerbungsfrist verlängert: Künstler:innen aus Deutschland können jetzt bis zum 14. August ihre Unterlagen einreichen!

📍Veranstalter: der Berliner Projektraum Roam und das Painting and Paper Arts Centre
TYPA mit Unterstützung des Goethe-Instituts Estland.
📍Residenzort: Tartu, Estland
📍Zeitraum: Mitte Oktober bis Mitte November 2022.
📍Alle Infos: https://www.rebelartmanagement.com
In cooperation with TYPA, Berlin-based project space Roam calls for artists' applications for a residency in Tartu, Estonia. Learn more at the link below:
Жури в състав: Венета Андрова, Марта Джурина, Мария Василева, Борис Костадинов и Ottjoerg A.C. определи първия български резидент в Roam, Берлин и това е Стела Василева. Честито!

The jury composed of Veneta Androva, Marta Djourina, Maria Vassileva, Boris Kostadinov and Ottjoerg A.C. selected the first Bulgarian resident at Roam, Berlin and this is Stela Vasileva. Congratulations!
Estonian artists Alexei Gordin, Kennet Lekko and Marko Mäetamm approached the topic a Survival Kit for the Art Market during their stay in Berlin, focusing on the madness, beauty, senselessness and necessity of the existence of the art market. Roam
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The group exhibition presents three artists who explore ways to present oneself as a contemporary artist in a scene that is success oriented yet fragile in terms of sustainability. The self-ironic undertone of the exhibition comes from a reflection on the cultural world, where artists often don’t have social security, but are expected to work for free... Roam
https://echogonewrong.com/photo-reportage-from-the-exhibition-grow-up-get-over-it-at-roam-berlin/
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