Artists: Zorka Wollny, Helena Hladilová, Anouk Kruithof, Britta Lumer
23 June 2018, 2-4 pm: [Open studio]
25 June 2018, 4-6 pm: [Workshop with artist Zorka Wollny] Please register
30 June 2018, 2-4 pm: [Open studio]
2 July 2018, 4-6 pm: [Workshop with artist Anouk Kruithof] Please register
11 July 2018, 6:30-9:30 pm: [Opening with performance by Zorka Wollny]
12 July 2018, 6-8 pm: [Workshop with artist Britta Lumer] Please register
13 July, 2018, 6.30-8 pm [Artist talk and guided tour]
14 July 2018, 4-6 pm: [Workshop with artist Helena Hladilová] Please register
18 July 2018, 6-9 pm: [Symposium]
21 July 2018, 12 am – 3 pm: [Catalog workshop] Please register
25 July 2018, 6:30 pm: [Closing]
Four international artists, four weeks of artistic practice in the gallery space inside Humboldt-University and one final exhibition presenting the artists’ work. With its upcoming project [insert title], Kleine Humboldt Galerie will transform the atrium in Berlin Mitte into a temporary art studio. After a month of artistic practice, the studio will be opened to the public, showing not only the works of art but also the context in which they have been created.
[insert title] invites the four artists Helena Hladilová, Anouk Kruithof, Britta Lumer and Zorka Wollny inside the main building of Humboldt University to create new works using different techniques and approaches. During the working period, regular open studio sessions and artist workshops give visitors the opportunity to experience the creative process. Afterwards, the outcome of the artistic work will be presented without changing the context of its creation, leaving the traces of the creative practices intact. The project [insert title] is a call for participation that aims to encourage visitors to come up with their own exhibition title, give tours and write catalogue texts. Kleine Humboldt Galerie brings visitors, the artists and the curatorial team together to shape the exhibition through a dialogue. The team of Kleine Humboldt Galerie, consisting of students from various academic backgrounds, sees itself as a mediator and participant. It aims to make contemporary art and the process of curating accessible to everyone interested and to turn the university into a space where people with different perspectives and backgrounds can interact and learn from one another.