So the Red Rose at Fred & Ferry in Antwerp, BE

I am pleased to participate again in this collective project organized and curated by Derek Tyman and Andy Webster. Once more I will be present through my sound piece Interiorem Arcadia which aired first this Sumer during the Wo Bitte Geht’s nach Arkadien /2 festival in Ebersberg, Bavaria. This time at Fred & Ferry Gallery in Antwerp, BE.

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Bi/Multilingual Stories Podcast

Listen to the First Episode! Bi/Multilingual Stories  If we spoke a different language, we would perceive a somewhat different world, Wittgenstein once said.  Bi/Multilingual Stories tells about the different worlds one experiences as a bi/multilingual person. The interviews take us to emotional spaces and physical places, memories connected to different rhythms,  cultures and feelings.  Each month episode will be aired on Bi/Multilingual Stories. I would much appreciate your support by listening, liking and sharing each season, or, even supporting me with your donation so I can keep up the work! Thank you. Danke. Merci.

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Exhibition view of numerous small works installed on the wall and on the floor. Paintings, drawings and sculptures are seen.

50th Anniversary Show Don Soker Contemporary Art

50th Anniversary Show Don Soker Contemporary Art October 2-30, 2021 Survey Exhibition Opening Reception Saturday October 2, 2-5pm Carriage House Annex 1217B Fell St. opening hours Fri.-Sat. 12-4pm and by appointment Japanese Art 1970-1980s + beyond 2180 Bryant St. Suite 205, San Francisco CA Open Sundays 12-4pm and by appointment donsoker@yahoo.com or (415) 291-0966

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So the Red Rose

So the Red Rose / Wo Bitte Geht’s nach Arkadien? /2 Artists Derek Tyman and Andy Webster are interested in the potentials for music, certain key recordings and related structures to act as platforms to reimagine what future life might be like. For their project So The Red Rose they have used the photos of the Arkadia as a guide to reconstruct Vanda Chan’s storm damaged houseboat by the coast in Cornwall, England***. They have invited artists, musicians, composers and curators to respond to Chan’s story, the imagined reconstructed house-boat, and to produce their own recorded audio journeys. These audio

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Ein Junge blickt auf das Plakat das Furche das Bekannte Sagt. Das Plakat ist auf einem Mast angebracht

Wo Bitte Geht’s nach Arkadien

Festival Wo bitte geht’s nach Arkadien? / 2 Interventionen im öffentlichen Raum 7. Mai – 18. Juli 2021 1. Juni – 18. Juli / Stadtraum Ebersberg 1. Juni – 18. Juli / City of Ebersberg Poster-Aktion Elisabeth Ajtay (New York City) – Kehrtwende Die Poster-Aktion Kehrtwende (U-Turn) lädt ein zum Richtungs- wechsel, zur Reflexion über Denkmuster und deren Zerschlagung zugunsten der Erlangung neuer Freiheit. Poster-Intervention Elisabeth Ajtay (New York City) – (U-Turn) The poster campaign U-Turn invites you to change direction, to reflect on thoughtpatterns and to break them up in favor of new freedom. 7. Mai – 18. Juli

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Hopper Prize Finalist and Interview

Hopper Prize Fall 2020 Finalist and Interview I am thrilled to have been selected as a finalist for the Fall 2020 Individual Artist Grants by jurors Christine Koppes, Curator and Director of Public Programs San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art and Jade Powers, Assistant Curator, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Visit hopperprize.org to explore my portfolio and that of the grant winners and shortlisted fellow artists. Read the full online interview here or below. How did you get into making art? I began drawing around the age of nine. I recall the corridor that connected two apartments in our first

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