Architecture as Human Nature overcomes the traditional ideas of architecture by exposing artistic attitudes towards space at Supermarkt, Berlin-Wedding this August.
This exhibition explores some of the ways in which contemporary visual artists integrate with, overcome or deconstruct existing architectural forms, reaching beyond the traditional approach to architecture that encourages humans to create ordered and secure environments.
Bringing together a rich mix of established and emerging international artists across a wide range of media including video, photography, site-specific installations and performance, the exhibition will illustrate the many possibilities of what architecture can be.
Opens: 3rd August, 7-10pm
Zoe Andre (NL), Bram Braam (NL), Michael Ebert (DE/FR), Amir Fatal (IL), Xinglang Guo (CN), Shan Hur (KR), Clara Ianni (BR), Alanna Lawley (UK), Markus Lindfeld (DE), JL Murtaugh (US), Agata Ruchlewicz-Dzianach (PL), Dominik Stanislawski (PL), Marjan Teeuwen (NL)
Curator: Paulina Olszewska
Project coordinators: Lena Gericke, Bram Braam & Alanna Lawley
An accompanying programme of local community workshops, concerts and talks will be organised.
For more information, interview opportunities, or images please contact, Lena Gericke, +49 (0)176 314 07449, firstname.lastname@example.org