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B LA M 2024
triangulieren

Axel Obiger + Open Mind Art Space + Taller de Grafica Nahual

Participating artists
Sergio Aguilera / Jeovan Avila / Jane Brucker / Susanne Britz / Alke Brinkmann / Victoria Campa / Thilo Droste / Saeed Foroghi / Fiorella Franco / Ana Garduño / Paola Gómez / Nathalie Grenzhaeuser / Harriet Groß / Isabel Hermida / Frida Jimenez / Theresa Knopf / Gabriele Künne / Achim Kobe / Vida Liu / Jorge Lopez / Brian Mallman / Carolyn Mason / Lauren Maryam Moradi / Luz Morales / Eduardo Morales / Matthias Moravek / Roberto Martinez / Enrico Niemann /Garen Novruzyan / Alondra Pérez / Matt Allison / Andrea Ramírez / Axel Rivera / David Romano / Maja Rohwetter / Mishell Villegas / Sebastián Zapata

Opening Sunday, June 30, 2024

 

Exhibition: June 30 - July 12, 2024
Special: Print workshop with Roberto Martinez on Thu, July 4
Festival: June 6 - July 4, 2024

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Triangulieren

Dieser Begriff beschreibt den Prozess zur Erstellung eines Netzes von Punkten von drei verschiedenen geografischen Standorten aus, aber auch einen  wissenschaftlichen Ansatz zur Erweiterung des Blickwinkels auf ein Forschungsthema. In diesem Sinne versuchen versuchen KünstlerInnen von Open Mind Art Space (L.A.) ,Taller de Grafica Nahual (Mexiko City) und Axel Obiger (Berlin) in einem thematisch offenen Format gemeinsam eine Standortbestimmung. In einem trialogischen Aufbauprozess mit vielfältigen Arbeiten werden Blickwinkel verändert und die jeweilige künstlerische Produktion lokal und ideell verortet. Die konkrete Hängung der Ausstellung bildet diesen Prozess ab, macht Verwandtschaften und Unterschiede sichtbar und bildet die Basis für die Zusammenarbeit in den nächsten 3 Jahren.

 

Eröffnung am Sonntag, den 30. Juni 2024  /  Ausstellung 30.6. - 12.07.24  /  Festival 27.06. - 04.07.24

Special: Druckworkshop mit Roberto Martinez am Donnerstag, den 4. Juli

English Text


triangulieren

This term describes the process of creating a network of points from three different geographical locations, but also a scientific approach to broaden the perspective on a research topic. In this sense, artists from Open Mind Art Space (L.A.), Taller de Grafica Nahual (Mexico City) and Axel Obiger (Berlin) are attempting to jointly determine positions in a thematically open exhibition format. In a trialogue installation process involving a variety of works, perspectives are changed and the respective artistic production is located locally and ideally. The specific hanging of the exhibition reflects this process, makes similarities and differences visible and creates the basis for the collaboration over the next three years.

Opening on Sunday, June 30, 2024  /  Exhibition 30 June - 12 July  /  Festival 27 June - 04 July
Special: Print workshop with Roberto Martinez on Thursday, 4 July

 

Link to B-LA-M 2024:
https://www.b-la-m.org/spaces/axel-obiger-open-mind-art-space-taller-de-grafica-nahual


 

About

 

Axel Obiger


Founded in 2009 as a project space for contemporary art in Berlin Mitte, Axel Obiger focuses on dialogues between its artists and invited guests. With their extensive program the 12 Axel Obiger artists have created an international venue for intensive artistic debates, based on high artistic quality. All shows are contextualized in an accompanying program with readings, lectures and screenings. The international network of Axel Obiger includes spaces in LA, Mexico City and Manchester. Through its commitment, Axel Obiger has received several national and international awards and fundings for its program so far.

Address: Brunnenstr. 29, 10119 Berlin Mitte, Germany


Open Mind Art Space

Founded in 2016, Open Mind Art Space showcases contemporary art from a diverse blend of emerging artists. We are dedicated to facilitating a curatorial process that allows our artists to create impactful work. Our mission is to inspire and challenge the local Los Angeles community and beyond by encouraging open dialogue about conceptual art.

Address: 11631 Santa Monica Boulevard. Los Angeles, CA, 90025 USA



Taller de Grafica Nahual

An independent and self-managed artistic space that aims to support the creative processes of self-taught students, researchers and those interested in developing artistic projects focused on printmaking and drawing techniques. We generate close and sensitive accompaniment through the experience of our professionals in the areas in which we specialise. We establish a place of resistance and constant creation, focused on contemporary artistic work.

 

Address: Calle de Mesones 20, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06080 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexiko

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