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//Josephine Binder

Shot on Ilford HP5 plus 400 with Yashica T3 Super.

Josephine Binder’s photography acts as a mirror of her perception, functioning as reconciliation between her inner feelings and her external impressions. With her camera she manages to capture the precious memories and personal references of the people and places that surround her. These pictures tell stories about friendship, spontaneity and atmosphere.

Mamiya 645 – 105mm 2.4 f4 @ 36 sec Kodak Portra 160

Her analogue portraits testify to a deep intimacy between her and her subjects. With profound empathy and many years of experience behind and in front of the camera, she manages to draw out people’s inner self, capturing shared private, organic and human moments between photographer and subject, making them accessible to outside viewers.

When looking at the works, one almost feels transported into a gentle daydream, through which these mystical moments of human emotions and playful spontaneity are able to penetrate deeply the viewers inner sensibilities. At the same time, the works are in no way obtrusive or demand a particular perspective, but rather settle into the viewer’s personal affections like a pleasant fragrance.

Shot on Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 with Pentax ME Super.

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//L’horloge du temps perdu
Oil and raw pigment on paper
25 x 35 cm

Arthur Rosset (who also signes ANIDE) is a multidisciplinary artist from Lyon, currently living and working in Berlin. Throughout his life he found inspiration in nature, poetry, philosophy, hypnosis and music. He has exhibited in London, Lyon, Megève and Berlin. In his recent body of work ANIDE wants to explore the imagination and its benefits to us. 

Through different approaches, mediums, materials and experiences, he likes to create reveries that help us to reconnect with ourselves and others. His entire creative process is focused on creating a dreamlike world that invites you on a journey through it. Mediated by music, art and movements, his abstract language is full of figurative suggestions creating many different layers in terms of interpretation and feeling. The most recent expression of this desire to dive into these reveries together with his audience through his artistic examination of the imaginary is the exhibition series called “Theatre of Reverie”.

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//Marlon Nikolai Osburg-Kokenbrink

//Untitled “O”, 160x210cm, acrylics and oil pastels on canvas

Born in Wuppertal, Marlon Nikolai has been painting since childhood. He found his current style while trying to answer existential questions through painting. Death and birth already occupy a large space in his life. These contrasting experiences also determine the different moods that transport his pictorial worlds…

//Polarität, 80x60cm, acrylic and oil paint on canvas

The fact that art is a child of crisis is proven true in his urge to create and process, so in his work lightness and melancholy, great moments and everyday banalities, as well as naive ideas of the afterlife and detached images are juxtaposed. They invite the viewer to engage in a unique dialogue….

//Sakura, 200x160cm, oil, acrylics and spraypaint on canvas

Images within images, visual dialogues spin the gaze in, engross the searching gaze. Ciphers and signatures, only imaginably designed hints at and immediately loses itself again, finds interpretations and stopping points. Contrast-rich and large-format, expressive colors, wild ductus and filigree forms lead the eye, suck interest and curiosity. When looking at them, one experiences an optimistic ecstasy that gives you the feeling that in all the chaos, there are laws that mean well with us. He is currently studying communication design in Hamburg with a scholarship in Poitiers, France.

//Unleashed in Montreal, 160x200cm, oil, acrylics and spraypaint on canvas

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//Jonas Liesaus

//Both: Untitled, 86×67,5cm, linolcut, oil on paper, part of a series of 8 unique prints

Jonas Liesaus was born in 1999 in Potsdam, Germany. Since October 2018 he is in his main course of study in the specialist class of Professor Ingo Meller and is co-supervised by Professor Oliver Kossack at the Academy of Visual Arts.

His main areas of study include intensive study of painting, drawing and printmaking processes. Beyond that, he already took part in various exhibition projects and residency scholarships and is involved in university politics through his commitment to the study commission of the HGB.

The exhibited works are an attempt to depict constricting and divisive aspects alike with a simplified formal language. The colouring and arrangement of the surfaces and lines convey a spatiality reminiscent of geographical maps. Structures demarcate and yet merge, just as people in different social and cultural contexts live separately from each other and have to find a way to live together. Looking for commonalities and similarities in the diversity was the focus of the artistic exploration.

///Tektonik, 63x44cm, woodcut, part of a series of 14 unique prints

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