S0MA contemporary art space located in Kreuzberg, Berlin.
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Thank you for the deep talk 'Radio Free Asia Washington'! #Unwall!
06/02/2020
독일, “장벽을 허물자” 문화예술 전시회 열려

Thank you for the deep talk 'Radio Free Asia Washington'! #Unwall!

지난주 독일에서는 "장벽을 허물자" 라는 문화예술인들 전시회가 진행이 되었는데요, 이 전시는 독일에 있는 솔라 갤러리와 독일 한국문화원이 함께 진행을 했습니다.

28/11/2019
UnWall - East to West and North to South

UnWall East to West and North to South
Opening Grußwort: Ewald König,
Dr. LEE Bongki ( Director, Koreanische kulturzentrum Berlin )
Mit Arbeiten von Eunbi Kwon, Bertram Kober, Youngjoo Cho, Nik Nowak, Hyeyoung Kim, Henrik Placht, Frédéric Krauke, Günther Schäfer

Kuratiert von Nabi Nara

올해 베를린 장벽 붕괴 30주년을 맞이하여 지구상 유일한 분단국가인 한국에 대한 관심도 뜨거워지고 있는 것 같습니다. 11월 8일에 개최된 이번 전시 "언월"은 독일과 한국이 공유하는 분단의 경험과 그의 결과물인 베를린 장벽....

UnWall   East to West and North to South
28/11/2019

UnWall East to West and North to South

UnWall East to West and North to South
14/11/2019

UnWall East to West and North to South

14/11/2019
Eigensinn im Bruderland

We are thrilled; Ich dachte dann habe ich ein besseres Leben starts at 8pm Today!

Die meisten Migrant*innen kommen als Vertragsarbeiter*innen in die DDR.

In welchen Betrieben sie eingesetzt werden, erfahren sie erst nach ihrer Ankunft. Viele träumen davon, nach einer guten Berufsausbildung in ihre Herkunftsländer zurückzukehren und zum Aufbau beizutragen. Andere wollen studieren. Mai-Phuong Kollath hofft auf eine Tätigkeit im Tourismus- und Hotelbereich.

Weitere Informationen und Videos findet ihr auf:

www.bruderland.de

UnWall   East to West and North to South
13/11/2019

UnWall East to West and North to South

UnWall East to West and North to South
13/11/2019

UnWall East to West and North to South

We are very happy to share the South Korea's foremost media wrote about 'UnWall'
06/11/2019
베를린 장벽서도 '확성기 전쟁' 기억, DMZ 이야기와 어우러진다

We are very happy to share the South Korea's foremost media wrote about 'UnWall'

베를린 쿤스트크바티어 베타니엔서 다국적 작가 '언월' 전시회 (베를린=연합뉴스) 이광빈 특파원 = 베를린 장벽 붕괴 30주년을 맞은 독일의 수도 베를린에서 한국을 포함한 다국적 작가들이 모여 베를린 장벽과 한반도 비

Visit Berlin #ich kann die Mauer nie mehr sehen !
29/10/2019
UnWall East to West and North to South

Visit Berlin
#ich kann die Mauer nie mehr sehen !

In der Ausstellung “UnWall: East to West and North to South" interpretieren 8 Berliner, Koreanische und Norwegische Künstler*innen den Zustand der Teilung Deutschlands und Koreas. Ihre persönlichen Erfahrungen zeigen berührend und nachdenklich, die komplexen Zusammenhänge und Folgen der Teilun...

25/10/2019

UnWall
East
to
West
and
North
to
South

'UnWall East to West and North to South'
befasst sich mit der Geschichte der Berliner Mauer und der demilitarisierten Zone (DMZ), des geteilten Koreas. | 'UnWall East to West and North to South' is a multidisciplinary exhibition project dealing with the histories of German Wall and Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) of divided Korea.

S0MA's cover photo
19/10/2019

S0MA's cover photo

City Sphere | SO36
03/10/2019

City Sphere | SO36

Open | Cha Ji Ryang
26/08/2019

Open | Cha Ji Ryang

Open | Cha Ji Ryang

Open Studio | Cha Ji Ryang

1. Strike, sync / Text, Video / 2012, 2019
2. BATS / Video, Installation / 2016, 2019
3. Only people who decided to leave, can see everything / 3.CH Video installation / 2019

Performance Unlimited |  Anna Berndtson Performance 16:00 - 22:20 ( 6 Hours ) 08. June. 2019 SOMA Art Space‘Performance ...
10/06/2019

Performance Unlimited | Anna Berndtson

Performance
16:00 - 22:20 ( 6 Hours )
08. June. 2019
SOMA Art Space

‘Performance Unlimited’ is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA Art Space Berlin and is supported by Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin.

Curator : Nabi Nara
Curatoral Assistant : Mujung Tsai

Performance Unlimited | Anna Berndtson

Performance
16:00 - 22:20 ( 6 Hours )
08. June. 2019
SOMA Art Space

‘Performance Unlimited’ is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA Art Space Berlin and is supported by Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin.

Curator : Nabi Nara
Curatoral Assistant : Mujung Tsai

Performance Unlimited |  Nicola Fornoni
29/05/2019

Performance Unlimited | Nicola Fornoni

Performance Unlimited | Nicola Fornoni

The project Performance Unlimited proudly presents artist Nicola Fornoni (IT)'s performance 'The Beginning.'

Nicola Fornoni has been exploring and performing performance art since 2013. Intending to wake up the cause of body-positivity, Nicola uses the art form of performance to express the healing of oneself through body movements, showing various discourses between his body and himself.

'The Beginning' tells a story between machines and the physicality of human, the power from within the body, and the spiritual belief in one's own. In the age of machines, our bodies have become a passive apparatus that facilitated by the convenience of automatic devices. By maneuvering the feathers with his breath and strength under the contrast to electric fans, Nicola tries to divulge into bodies' relationship with machines also the concept of lightness and weight as an epitome of his daily struggle--where does one stand when one needs the assistance of device on a regular basis.

Curator : Nabi Nara
Curatorial Assitant : Mujung Tsai

‘Performance Unlimited’ is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA Art Space Berlin and is supported by Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin.

Performance Unlimited | Roland Walter
16/04/2019

Performance Unlimited | Roland Walter

Performance Unlimited | Roland Walter

‘Performance Unlimited’ is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA Art Space Berlin and is supported by Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin.

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'video & performance practicesAn exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAXArtists:M...
09/07/2018

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Intimacies and Imagined Futures features the work of nine international and Berlin-based Asian diasporic artists working in video and performance. Visually compelling, at times loud and humorous, and at others emotionally jarring, the exhibition explores how these artists engage with the intimacies of the diasporic and transnational body, self, and everyday in relation to identity, site, memory, trauma, stereotype, and imagined stories. The works shown in Intimacies and Imagined Futures revolve around counternarratives of resistance that render visible multiple fragments of the present and open up possible visions for the future.

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

Performance : Việt Lê

Discussion :
Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo with Alexandra Chang; Viet Lê with Francesca Tarocco; Jane Chang Mi with Joshua Tengan; Biho Ryu with Nabi Nara.

Photo credit : Olivia Kwok

Self Portrait | Nina Eunhee Hong
04/07/2018

Self Portrait | Nina Eunhee Hong

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin.

March-June 2018


Artists
Kai Oshima, Indrani Ashe, Christine Cheung, Hye Young Kim, Hanae Utamura, Hye Ja Kim, Nina Eunhee Hong


Curator
Nabi Nara

SOMA ART SPACE BERLIN

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'video & performance practicesAn exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAXIntimacie...
30/06/2018

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Intimacies and Imagined Futures features the work of nine international and Berlin-based Asian diasporic artists working in video and performance. Visually compelling, at times loud and humorous, and at others emotionally jarring, the exhibition explores how these artists engage with the intimacies of the diasporic and transnational body, self, and everyday in relation to identity, site, memory, trauma, stereotype, and imagined stories. The works shown in Intimacies and Imagined Futures revolve around counternarratives of resistance that render visible multiple fragments of the present and open up possible visions for the future.

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

Performance : Việt Lê

Discussion :
Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo with Alexandra Chang; Viet Lê with Francesca Tarocco; Jane Chang Mi with Joshua Tengan; Biho Ryu with Nabi Nara.

Photo credit : Olivia Kwok

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Intimacies and Imagined Futures features the work of nine international and Berlin-based Asian diasporic artists working in video and performance. Visually compelling, at times loud and humorous, and at others emotionally jarring, the exhibition explores how these artists engage with the intimacies of the diasporic and transnational body, self, and everyday in relation to identity, site, memory, trauma, stereotype, and imagined stories. The works shown in Intimacies and Imagined Futures revolve around counternarratives of resistance that render visible multiple fragments of the present and open up possible visions for the future.

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

Performance : Việt Lê

Discussion :
Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo with Alexandra Chang; Viet Lê with Francesca Tarocco; Jane Chang Mi with Joshua Tengan; Biho Ryu with Nabi Nara.

Photo credit : Olivia Kwok

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'video & performance practicesAn exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAXIntimacie...
25/06/2018

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Intimacies and Imagined Futures features the work of nine international and Berlin-based Asian diasporic artists working in video and performance. Visually compelling, at times loud and humorous, and at others emotionally jarring, the exhibition explores how these artists engage with the intimacies of the diasporic and transnational body, self, and everyday in relation to identity, site, memory, trauma, stereotype, and imagined stories. The works shown in Intimacies and Imagined Futures revolve around counternarratives of resistance that render visible multiple fragments of the present and open up possible visions for the future.

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

Performance : Việt Lê

Discussion :
Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo with Alexandra Chang; Viet Lê with Francesca Tarocco; Jane Chang Mi with Joshua Tengan; Biho Ryu with Nabi Nara.

Photo credit : Olivia Kwok

'Intimacies and Imagined Futures'

video & performance practices

An exhibition presented by SOMA Art Space and GAX

Intimacies and Imagined Futures features the work of nine international and Berlin-based Asian diasporic artists working in video and performance. Visually compelling, at times loud and humorous, and at others emotionally jarring, the exhibition explores how these artists engage with the intimacies of the diasporic and transnational body, self, and everyday in relation to identity, site, memory, trauma, stereotype, and imagined stories. The works shown in Intimacies and Imagined Futures revolve around counternarratives of resistance that render visible multiple fragments of the present and open up possible visions for the future.

Artists:

Matt Huynh, Việt Lê, Jia Chang, kate-hers RHEE, Ming Wong, Biho Ryu, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Jane Chang Mi, Gao Yuan

Co-curators:
Nabi Nara, Alexandra Chang, and Francesca Tarocco

Performance : Việt Lê

Discussion :
Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo with Alexandra Chang; Viet Lê with Francesca Tarocco; Jane Chang Mi with Joshua Tengan; Biho Ryu with Nabi Nara.

Photo credit : Olivia Kwok

Yonhap News wrote about the exhibition 'Intimacies and Imagined Futures' Thank you!🥂
25/06/2018
베를린서 '아시아인의 디아스포라' 10인 작품전

Yonhap News wrote about the exhibition 'Intimacies and Imagined Futures' Thank you!🥂

(베를린=연합뉴스) 이광빈 특파원 = 독일 수도 베를린에서 한국을 포함한 아시아 작가 10명이 아시아인의 아시아의 디아스포라(이산)를 주제로 전시를 연다. 미국 뉴욕대(NYU)와 베를린 소마아트스페이스(대표 '나비

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Ku...
26/04/2018

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin.

March-June 2018


Artists
Kai Oshima, Indrani Ashe, Christine Cheung, Hye Young Kim, Hanae Utamura, Hye Ja Kim, Nina Eunhee Hong


Curator
Nabi Nara

SOMA ART SPACE BERLIN

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin.

March-June 2018


Artists
Kai Oshima, Indrani Ashe, Christine Cheung, Hye Young Kim, Hanae Utamura, Hye Ja Kim, Nina Eunhee Hong


Curator
Nabi Nara

SOMA ART SPACE BERLIN

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Ku...
19/03/2018

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin.

March-June 2018


Artists
Kai Oshima, Indrani Ashe, Christine Cheung, Hye Young Kim, Hanae Utamura, Hye Ja Kim, Nina Eunhee Hong


Curator
Nabi Nara

SOMA ART SPACE BERLIN

'Dragonfly' is the long-term curatorial project by SOMA ART SPACE and is generously supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin.

March-June 2018


Artists
Kai Oshima, Indrani Ashe, Christine Cheung, Hye Young Kim, Hanae Utamura, Hye Ja Kim, Nina Eunhee Hong


Curator
Nabi Nara

SOMA ART SPACE BERLIN

Thank you! Berlinerin  for this interview with our artist Indrani Ashe! Don't miss our upcoming exhibition 'MY GODDESS G...
07/03/2018
March: Indrani Ashe

Thank you! Berlinerin for this interview with our artist Indrani Ashe!
Don't miss our upcoming exhibition 'MY GODDESS GAVE BIRTH TO A GODDESS'



I am fighting two wars.

Women of color are fighting a war of representation that reaches into the past and projects itself into the future. A war over who is visible and who authors what is seen. Women like Matahari took our clothing, our jewelry, and our cultural products, selling them as their own until we became alienated by our own image. Now the world is populated by our absence, and the twisted versions created by these wannabes. Our bodies are being bought and sold all the time, but we still don’t make any money......................... My inner goddess gave birth to a psychedelic time traveling goddess who seeks to infiltrate the system; to create, distribute, and profit. A brown girl imitating a white girl, imitating a brown girl. I can’t culturally appropriate myself, I’m TAKING IT BACK. Because I listened to my auntie when she told me we didn’t wear blouses under our saris before the British infected us with repression and made the temple dancers into prostitutes. That body is mine, to make, recreate, and multiply.

Berlinerin of the Month: Indrani Ashe Indrani Ashe, originally from Winston Salem, North Carolina, US, has been in Berlin for three years. Originally in Europe to complete her graduate degree, she …

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