Jarvis Dooney Galerie

Jarvis Dooney Galerie Contemporary Art Gallery based in Berlin, established 2013, specialising in Lens Based Media (photography, video, etc.)
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Jarvis Dooney Galerie presents a thematically curated programme of contemporary photography and photo media, with a focus on artists from Australia and New Zealand. Representing both established and emerging artists, the gallery also hosts artists talks and presentations, providing a platform for cultural exchange between Germany and Oceania.

Joséphine Demerliac (b.1992 Paris) is a Berlin based film director. Her first experience as a writer and producer was at...
11/05/2020

Joséphine Demerliac (b.1992 Paris) is a Berlin based film director. Her first experience as a writer and producer was at 17 years old, staging a one time musical in Burgundy, France. After an Erasmus at the Freie Universität Berlin, she completed her Master in Economics at Université Sorbonne Paris Nord. Since graduating, Joséphine has been living and working in Berlin where she regularly collaborates with other international artists.

Parallel to working for award-winning production companies and technology startups, Joséphine has been shooting music videos for both her own compositions and other artists. In 2017 her piece La Bombe was nominated for the Berlin Music Video Awards, where it was screened alongside Coldplay, Massive Attack and Jamie xx. Her debut feature length film Le Soleil Brûle starring actors Dimitri Stapfer, Cecil von Renner and Zou is soon to be released.

Interview with Joséphine Demerliac recorded by Michael Dooney on 16. April 2020 in Berlin, Germany.

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09/05/2020
Le Soleil Brûle - Trailer

Le Soleil Brûle is the forthcoming debut feature length film from Joséphine Demerliac. This Monday you can hear the Berlin based French film maker in conversation with Michael Dooney in EP23 of Subtext & Discourse #podcast.
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Le Soleil Brûle, 2020, 90 min (fiction) - coming soon FOLLOW US & CONTACT FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/LeSoleilBrule INSTAGRAM: @le.soleil.brule directed…

MASS ISOLATION AUSTRALIABallarat International Foto Biennale is partnering with FORMAT International Photography Festiva...
29/04/2020

MASS ISOLATION AUSTRALIA

Ballarat International Foto Biennale is partnering with FORMAT International Photography Festival and Gallery of Photography Ireland to create a visual record of the COVID‐19 crisis on Instagram: Mass Isolation Photo Project

To participate on Instagram, use #massisolation #massisolationAUS #ballaratfoto.

Selected posts will also be shared by curators Shaohui Kwok and Amelia Saward on the @massisolationAUS Instagram feed, linked below.

Thanks Fiona Sweet for this great initiative!

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29/04/2020
Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles

The inevitable sad news, Arles 2020 is cancelled.

ARLES 2020
CANCELLATION

For nearly two months, the Rencontres d’Arles has considered every possibility to adjust to an unprecedented situation and keep the festival going while maintaining social distancing.

But it is impossible to produce exhibitions and equip the venues. International travel has come to a standstill and public gatherings have been banned for the foreseeable future. Health has become the top priority. All of these factors have led us to reluctantly cancel the 2020 Rencontres d’Arles.

No decision has ever been harder to make. The Rencontres d’Arles has taken place every year for 50 years.

The Board of Directors, which met today, decided to cancel the 2020 Rencontres d'Arles in order to safeguard its future.

Aware of this decision’s severe consequences, we are seeking alternatives. We will support the artists and curators as much as possible by paying them their exhibition rights. We are leaving no stone unturned to support our teams, whose commitment, enthusiasm and determination have never wavered. We have a thought for the many Arles residents who have pulled together to welcome the festival’s visitors throughout the summer.

Faced with this unprecedented situation, the municipal, departmental, regional and national authorities, which have always stood by us, have reaffirmed their unwavering commitment to the festival. We are grateful for their powerful support, which will allow the Rencontres d’Arles to take place in 2021.

With a heavy heart, but more determined than ever, the Rencontres d'Arles team remains committed to what connects us: photography.

Laura Hirvi is the director of the Finnland-Institut in Deutschland (Germany), a forum for Finnish culture & arts, acade...
27/04/2020

Laura Hirvi is the director of the Finnland-Institut in Deutschland (Germany), a forum for Finnish culture & arts, academia, and business in the German-speaking region. In this episode we learn about about her German-Finnish background and growing up with two cultural identities, her time spent in the USA and Asia, and how these experiences led her to become director of the Finnland-Institut in Deutschland.

Since entering this role in 2015 Laura has increased the exchange between Berlin and Helsinki, as well as establishing and nurturing networks throughout Germany, Austria & Switzerland for promoting Finnish culture. The 2020 thematic focus at the Institute The Interplay Between Humans and Nature is especially timely in light of COVID-19 and heightened awareness of climate change.

Interview with Laura Hirvi recorded by Michael Dooney on 20. March 2020 in Berlin, Germany.

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New episode up this Monday! Subtext & Discourse the #podcast which takes you behind the scenes of the art world with the...
25/04/2020
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New episode up this Monday! Subtext & Discourse the #podcast which takes you behind the scenes of the art world with the unique individuals involved in the field.

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‎Bildende Kunst · 2020

In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse, Michael Dooney catches up with Berlin based artist and photographer Alexander...
13/04/2020

In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse, Michael Dooney catches up with Berlin based artist and photographer Alexander Gehring. They met at his shared colour darkroom in Prenzlauer Berg where he prints his personal photographic projects. Working as a professional photographer Alexander has shot for a number of major publications throughout Germany, including but not limited to:

DIE ZEIT, ZEITmagazin, ZEIT CAMPUS, ZEIT Wissen, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Capital, taz, WELTKUNST, brand eins, NEON, Nido, Rolling Stone, Intro, DIE WELT / Berliner Morgenpost, Libération, Missy Magazine, 39NULL Magazin für Gesellschaft und Kultur, bureau B, The Forumist, Bedroom Community, ideologic, studio stg, buero David Voss.

Interview with Alexander Gehring recorded by Michael Dooney on 13. March 2020 in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany.

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The Finnish Institute
09/04/2020

The Finnish Institute

We were happy to receive (and read!) an overall of 129 applications for the first Together Alone round! We've gone through amazing applications by artists and collectives from across the globe - from Finland to Burkina Faso, from Japan to India and Australia. Five projects have now been selected, taking us on an exploration of artistic practices in times of physical isolation: artists weaving futurology and contemporary dance practices, studying fresh-water polyps and creating algorithms based on Covid-19 data, and others focusing on collaborative practices via soundscapes and online reading programmes.

The selected projects from the first round are:

• Across the Way With... by Shimmer Rotterdam and PUBLICS

• Bodytalk by Simo Vassinen, Roope Mokka and Maria F. Scaroni

• Hydra Human Hybrid by Charles Quevillon and Maija Tammi in collaboration with Tedd Robinson

• Untitled by Maria Korkeila

• World Wide Window by Mikki Nordman

The project still continues. Send your proposal our way by April 20th or May 4th at 4 p.m (EEST). Let's try to make the most out of this situation – together.

More information here: https://www.fininst.uk/?post_type=events&p=4212
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New book from artist Maija Tammi released by Aalto ARTS Books!
04/04/2020

New book from artist Maija Tammi released by Aalto ARTS Books!

Maaliskuussa 2016 taitelija Maija Tammi kirjoittaa väitöskirjaansa italialaisessa kylässä Mazzano Romanossa. Ennen kirjoitusresidenssiään hän on saanut valmiiksi taiteellisen osion, jossa hän on dokumentoinut kuolemattomien syöpäsolujen kasvua laboratoriossa. Tammen muistikirjassa lukee: “Entä Hydra vulgaris?”

Tänään ilmestyneessä Helsingin Sanomien Kuukausiliitteessä taitelijaprofessori Maija Tammi kertoo yhteistyöstään biologi Daniel E. Martinezin kanssa; siitä miten he tutkivat biologisesti kuolematonta makean veden polyyppia hydraa ja muurasivat pitsauunia.

Tammen ja Ville Tietäväisen taidetta, tiedettä ja tarinankerrontaa yhdistävä kirja: Immortal. Lost Memoirs of Cornelia Dulac Concerning the Freshwater Polyp Hydra julkaistaan 23.4. Lue lisää teoksesta: https://shop.aalto.fi/p/1316-immortal/

Kirja on osa Tammen ja Charles Quevillonin Forum Boxissa myöhemmin esitettävää näyttelyä. https://forumbox.fi/exhibition/maija-tammi-charles-quevillon-2/

Though provoking new work from Sophie Dumaresq, who we caught up with a few years ago during EMOP Berlin - European Mont...
01/04/2020
Sophie Dumaresq

Though provoking new work from Sophie Dumaresq, who we caught up with a few years ago during EMOP Berlin - European Month of Photography when she was last in Europe.

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In todays Canberra Times 💗✨ Reviewed by Brian Rope

"Viewing the work allows us to seriously consider the intersection of humans and material culture. Human hair was chosen due to its nitrogen bonds, that can be used as fertiliser absorbed by both the soil and the crops we consume.

The hair was collected from women to draw attention to the connection of that of the female body and that of livestock - agricultural and sexual means of production and reproduction.

In addition to being works to contemplate, the images consider "how our present-day treatment of the land will not only have consequences in the future but are already happening and are here".

They explore symbiotic cycles of consumption, destruction and creation demonstrating how as a species we relate, show empathy and evolve with and within our surrounding environment."

Still hard to comprehend how much the world has changed since this interview was recorded only four weeks ago. Michael D...
30/03/2020

Still hard to comprehend how much the world has changed since this interview was recorded only four weeks ago. Michael Dooney met up with Berlin based curator and author Lena Fliessbach to learn about her journey as an independent curator. Since the pandemic was still yet to hit, there is of course no mention of it during their conversation. However her latest exhibition ZERO WASTE, which was due to open at the Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig on the 26th of March 2020, is unfortunately postponed until further notice. This show presents many big picture issues - such as sustainability, globalisation and industrialised animal agriculture - which we are now all forced to contend with.

Lena Fliessbach has been working as a curator and author since 2007. She completed her studies in art history, modern history and Latin American studies at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Universidad de Granada, Spain in 2010 with the master's thesis "Aspects of Staging in Contemporary Street Photography". 2010-2011 she worked at Wim Wenders & Donata Wenders Wenders Images organised various exhibitions and book projects for Donata and Wim Wenders. After which she was the first participant in the two year curatorial program at Galerie im Turm, the municipal gallery Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Since then Lena has worked as an independent curator on a number of significant exhibition projects, often in collaboration with Hannah Beck-Mannagetta, which typically include an educational component under the title Walk the Talk. Her latest exhibition ZERO WASTE "takes a critical look at the current condition of our planet but also aims to imagine possible solutions, encourage alternative scopes of action, and propose visions for the future."
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Interview with Lena Fließbach recorded by Michael Dooney on 28. February 2020 in Wedding-Berlin, Germany.
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Hope that everyone is taking care in light of current events and the uncertain outcome of the corona virus. In today's e...
15/03/2020

Hope that everyone is taking care in light of current events and the uncertain outcome of the corona virus. In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse Michael Dooney caught up with Berlin based photo media artist Boris Eldagsen. Michael has known Boris for many years now and in fact interviewed him back in 2014 when we presented his series Safety by Numbers in a group show about typologies.

Picking up where the previous conversation left off, we find out how his artistic process has evolved over the past six years, the new direction his work has taken, how photography festivals (Voies Off, Fotofestiwal Lodz, Chobi Mela International Festival of Photography among others) were a game changer, the influence of Roger Ballen Photography on his work and upcoming solo exhibition this summer during the 2020 edition of Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles in the south of France.
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Interview with Boris Eldagsen recorded by Michael Dooney on 14. February 2020 at Boris's studio in Berlin, Germany.
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08/03/2020

Don't just talk about supporting women in the arts, actually support them and their work.

#IWD2020 #Weltfrauentag #InternationalWomensDay

07/03/2020

MGA - Monash Gallery of Art: Today, on International Women’s Day, we would like to share and celebrate the work of Polixeni Papapetrou with this recent acquisition. This photograph forms part of Polixeni Papapetrou Page’s series Between worlds, which is typical of her practice in that it is made up of staged images of her children, Olympia and Solomon. In this series, which was shot in a variety of Australian landscape settings, her children’s identities have been completely concealed by headdresses in the shape of animals. Her children have been turned into fictitious characters that hover between the world of humans and the world of animals. Created at a time when Olympia and Solomon were moving towards adolescence, this series signifies Papapetrou’s interest in the in-between, transitionary stages of life.

Papapetrou (1960–2018) first began taking photographs in the 1980s, creating documentary-style portraits of drag queens, body builders and Elvis fans. Soon after the birth of her first child, Papapetrou’s artistic practice began to focus on projects that employed her children, Olympia and Solomon, as models. Her work has been exhibited widely since 1996 and she is recognised nationally and internationally for her staged images that show her children dressed in costumes and masks while performing in front of real and imaginary backgrounds.

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In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse art world podcast, Michael Dooney is speaking with Berlin based artist Marina ...
16/02/2020

In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse art world podcast, Michael Dooney is speaking with Berlin based artist Marina Stanimirovic who creates contemporary jewellery, sound and installation art. Starting her journey in her home city of Paris at École Boulle, continuing to SEPR in Lyon and completing her MA at the Royal College of Art London; Marina shares these life changing experiences with us, the push and pull between contemporary art and contemporary design, as well as her first solo exhibition at Galerie Tator following a residency at Moly-Sabata in France.
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Interview with Marina Stanimirovic recorded by Michael Dooney on 24. January 2020 at Marina's studio in Berlin, Germany.
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JARVIS DOONEY is a Berlin based contemporary art gallery, founded in 2013 by Christy Jarvis & Michael Dooney, with a focus on lens based media; that being photography, video and time based works. Presenting both European based artists and those from the founders homeland Australia, the gallery acts as a point of cultural exchange between Europe and Oceania; giving artists an opportunity for their work to be discovered by a curious public in a thriving international community.

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