Time is Love.3, WERK-RAUM, Berlin

30 April - 2 May 2010
      10am - 8pm

Prinzenallee 58
13358 Berlin

Including artists:

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany) is a multidisciplinary media artist and curator working with video, installation and performance.
He has shown his works at Museum of New Art, Detroit (USA); Hara Museum of Art, Tokyo; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Rosario (Argentina); Venice Biennale...

Heini Aho (Finland) attended the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. She employs video, collage and installation.
Her work has been shown internationally in many exhibitions, including the Kunsthalle, Helsinki; Platform Gallery, Seattle (USA); Galerie Herold, Bremen (Germany); Quartair Gallery, Den Haag (Netherlands).

Bill Balaskas (Greece/UK) studied at Royal College of Art in London. He creates videos and installations.
Venues where his work has been exhibited include Bristish Film Institute, London; Macedonian Museum of Art, Thessaloniki (Greece); Musee des Abattoirs, Toulouse (France); Boltelang Gallery, Zurich.

John Davis (USA) uses film, video, photography and sound to frame investigations into cultural behaviour.
His work has been showed at numerous institutions, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC; Centraal Museum, Utrecht (Netherlands); Nunnery Gallery, London.

Isidora Ficovic (Serbia) graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Her works across different disciplines such as video, installation, sculpture.
She has shown her work at APW Gallery New York, Frieze Projects, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris; FLU Gallery, Belgrade...

Michael Fortune (Ireland) works predominantly in video and photography exploring the circumstantial boundaries between art and culture, folklore and interpretation.
His work was presented at Projects Arts Center, Dublin; Nunnery Gallery, London; Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm; Museum of Contemporary Art, Maracaibo (Venezuela)...

IngridMwangiRobertHutter (KenyaGermany) work in range of media including video, installation, photography and performance. Their works confront issues of race, identity and gender.
They have exhibited extensively, including the Museum for African Art, New York; Freies Museum, Berlin; Hayward Gallery, London; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan.

Chloe Mazlo (France) studied at Fine Arts School of Strasbourg. Her practice includes animation, installation and drawing.
Her work has been widely exhibited at different venues such as Grand Palais, Paris; Meinblau.e.V, Berlin; 00130 Gallery, Helsinki; KLIK Festival, Amsterdam.

Jeanne Stern (USA) holds an MFA in Film at the University of Texas, Austin. She creates bizarre microcosms with a hybrid of film puppetry and animation.
Her work has been shown at the Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC; Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando; Gallery Lombardi, Austin; Puppet Festival, New York...

Cleantho Viana (Brazil) employs video and photography.
Recent exhibitions and festivals include the Casoria Art Museum, Naples; Galeria IBEU, Rio de Janeiro; OUT Video Festival, Moscow; Athenes Video art Festival, Greece...

Lantian Xie (China) received his BFA from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette (USA). His work is mainly oriented towards video, photography and installation.
He has exhibited at Paul & Lulu Hilliard Art Museum, Lafayette; Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore; Prytania Theatre, New Orleans; Heritage House, Dubai (United Arab Emirated).

      L'AMORT, Chloe Mazlo

          What for what, John Davis

         Hair dryer, Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

                  Urban light, Bill Balaskas

Special thanks to
Coordinator: Annabelle Boko
Poster Designer: Josef Wilser