Terminal Stage 

Solo exhibition featuring some Korea works and presentation of A Korean Notebook

05.03.–09.04.2016

Saturday, 05.03.2016, 7 pm – Opening night with music and appearance of Frédérique Franke (musician, Brussels)
Saturday, 12.03.2016, 7 pm – A reading by the artist + performance “assemblage d’ameublement” by Heinz Hausmann (artist, Düsseldorf)

HECTOLITER
Place du Samedi, 17
1000 Bruxelles

Opening hours:
Thu 3–6 pm / Sat 2–5 pm and on appointment

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Flâneur Residency in Riga 

I am very happy to be one of 2 photographers selected for a 1-month artist residency in Riga within the framework of the international project Flâneur – New Urban Narratives. The residency is hosted by ISSP Riga and will finish with a public presentation end of May.

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Flâneur – New Urban Narratives is a network project based on an international partnership of 20 organisations from 11 different countries. Its main purpose is to carry out artistic interventions in public spaces through contemporary photography. The project encourages artists to create new interpretations of the urban terrain, having the concept of flâneur as a starting point and considering the physical context of the city as a social kaleidoscope in constant evolution.

 

There is tiresome, but attractive 

Solo exhibition featuring new works

28.11.2015 – 10.01.2016
Opening: Friday 27.11.2015, 7 – 10 pm
Finissage: Sunday 10.01.2016, 3 – 7 pm

Uqbar
Schwedenstr. 16
13357 Berlin
projectspace@uqbar-ev.de

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The exhibition There is tiresome, but attractive assembles new works by Diana Artus resulting from a 3 months artist residency in South Korea in spring of this year. A repeating theme in the artist’s approach is the exploration of an interdependency between city and mood and the possibilities of a psychogeographic reading and re-narration of urban space. This time she focuses on the specific vibes of the city of Seoul between “excitement” and “exhaustion”, inspired by South Korean philosopher Byung-Chul Han, who described his homeland as a “fatigue socity in terminal stage”.

In der Ausstellung There is tiresome, but attractive zeigt Diana Artus Resultate ihrer dreimonatigen Artist Residency in Südkorea im Frühling diesen Jahres. Wiederkehrende Themen in der Arbeit der Künstlerin sind die Wechselwirkung von Stadtraum und Stimmung sowie die Frage nach einer psychogeographischen Les- und Erzählbarkeit urbaner Strukturen. Inspiriert von den Thesen des südkoreanischen Philosophen Byung-Chul Han, der sein Heimatland als „Müdigkeitsgesellschaft im Endstadium“ bezeichnete, stand dieses Mal die spezifische Atmosphäre Seouls im Spannungsfeld zwischen „excitement“ und „exhaustion“ im Mittelpunkt ihrer Recherche.

 

Paper Manifestoes / Beijing Design Week 

My books “In Visible Cities” and “Those aren’t your memories…” will be presented in the context of Paper Manifestoes, curated by WAI Think Tank and Geisel Cabrera.

The Second edition of Paper Manifestoes  will be presented on a site-specific installation on the factory at the centre of historical Dashilar District in Beijing. It explores space in its multiple dimensions (architectural, geopolitical, domestic, utopian, urban, rural, peripheral), and reflects how it affects, influences, and informs artist’s practices around the world.

A digital catalogue will be published on the occasion of the exhibition. The publications presented in Paper Manifestoes will be included as public resource in the collection of Condenser, an experimental space for architecture, art and spatial investigations based in Beijing.  The show is part of the programme of Beijing Design Week 2015.

Opening on September 23, 2015, at The Factory in Dashilar.

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Featured Publications:
ARKANUM (Berlin), BOREDOM 2000 (Paris), COMMON PLAN: PUBLIC-PRIVATE (Santiago de Chile), CONCRETE FLUX (Beijing), HONG KONG IN-BETWEEN (Hong Kong), HOUSE WITH DOORS AND WINDOWS (London / Nijmegen), INTELLIGENTSIA ZINE (Beijing), IN VISIBLE CITIES (Beirut), GANKO (Milan), LENS OF AN IDEA (Shanghai), 10 DAYS IN KRAKOW (Beijing), THE INDIGENUITY PROJECT (Sápmi), THE STORY OF THE LITTLE GIRL AND THE SUN (Beijing), THOSE AREN’T YOUR MEMORIES, THEY’RE SOMEBODY’S ELSE’S (Berlin), TIMEKEEPERS (Beijing), NBDBKP – VOLUME ONE (Berlin), NIEMANDSRAUME-EINE UTOPISCHE SPURENSUCHE (Graz), NO ONE HURRY ANYONE (Beijing), PINK REPUBLIC (Beijing), POETRY FOR ARCHITECTS (Beijing), PRODUCT PLACEMENT (Beijing), PURE HARDCORE ICONS: A MANIFESTO ON PURE FORM IN ARCHITECTURE (London), RATIONAL REALITY (Beijing) , SHAPES ISLANDS TEXT (Sevilla), SHEEP (Rotterdam), WHAT ABOUT IT? (Beijing), X (Mexico City)

 

OPEN STUDIOS at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon 

Please join us for an open studio event, showcasing new works by Ghada Da, Hyewon Kwon, Geumcheon Mrs., Kira Kim, Kim Dong Jo, Sejin Kim, Diana Artus, Lior Schamriz, Park Gwang Soo, Verena Issel, Sarah Gassmann, Ji-sun Shin, Yeo Daham, Youn Ki Baik, Jungho Oak, Yi Lo-kyung, Lee Sujin, Ye Seung Lee, Hyein Lee, Ting Chaong Wen.

11.06. – 14.06.2015, 2-6 pm
Opening reception 11.06.2015, 5 pm

Seoul Art Space Residency, Geumcheon
Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
333-7 Doksan-dong, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, South Korea

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Multi-Dimensional Images & Pictographic Objects 

Works by Diana Artus, Swen Kählert, Michel Lamoller, Panagiotis Margaritis and Sinta Werner.

14. – 17.05.2015

Opening: 14.05. 7 pm
Open daily from noon till 7 pm

Kunstquartier Bethanien
Mariannenplatz 2
10997 Berlin

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SALOON group show 

Nina Ansari, Katharina Arndt, Diana Artus, Alexandra Baumgartner, Nadine Fecht, Ornella Fieres, Eliana Heredia, Julia Herfurth, Carla Mercedes Hihn, Michelle Jezierski, Ce Jian, Caroline Kryzecki, Ines Lechleitner, Maren Maiwald, Zoe Claire Miller, Maria Munoz, Jennifer Oellerich, Hannah Parr, Sophia Pompéry, Ria Patricia Röder, Ina Sangenstedt, Gunna Schmidt, Lisa Tiemann, Anna Tsianou, Claudia Zweifel

Curated by Alina Heinze und Tina Sauerländer

30.04. – 22.05.2015

Opening: Thursday, April 30, 6 pm / Party 8 pm

Sexauer Gallery
Streustr. 90
13086 Berlin

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 6 pm
During Gallery Weekend (30.4. – 3.5.): Friday – Sunday: 10 am – 12 pm

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SALOON is a group of young women of the art scene from Berlin: Artists, trustees, journalists and scientists. 25 artists from the SALOON will show for the first time together in a large exhibition also titled SALOON during the Gallery Weekend.

 

Art Brussels 2015 

Galerie Raum Mit Licht
Kaiserstr. 32
1070 Vienna

We are proud to be presenting the following artists’ work at our booth: Iris Andraschek (A), Diana Artus (D), Jonas Feferle (A), Karin Fisslthaler (A), Bernhard Hosa (A), Claudia Larcher (A), Klaus Pamminger (A), Abigail Reynolds (UK), Lindsay Seers (UK), Eva Stenram (S)

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Brussels Expo (Heysel)
HALL 3  / BOOTH 3C-41

Friday, 24 April 2015, 11am – 10pm  (by invitation only)
Saturday to Sunday, 25 to 26 April 2015, 11am – 7pm
Monday, 27 April 2015, 11am – 8pm

 

Under Surveillance 

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Opening: 17. April 2015, 7.30 pm

A bilingual catalogue (german/english), edited by Ricus Aschemann, Peter Lindhorst and Maik Schlüter and designed by STUDIO PARAT (Hannover), accompanies the exhibition and will be published by Revolver Publishing (Berlin).

Ricus Aschemann
Galerie für Fotografie

Calenbergerstrasse 12
30169 Hannover

Opening hours:
Fr/Sa: 12 – 5 p.m. and by appointment

 

When Thoughts Are Replaced By Moving Images 

deuxpiece presents:

Diana Artus, Bruno Baptistelli, Leif Bennett & Yvonne Mueller,
Katrin Niedermeier, Thomas Geiger, Kathleen Jahn,
Cecile Weibel

12. April – 17. May 2015
Opening: Saturday, 11. April 2015, 6 p. m.

Ausstellungsraum Klingenthal
Kasernenstrasse 23
4058 Basel, CH

Opening hours:
Tue/Wed/Fr: 3 – 6 p. m.
Thu: 3 – 8 p. m.
Sa/Su: 12 – 5 p. m.

 

20150311_AK_MOVING_IMAGES_A6_AnsichtEvents during the exhibition:

Wednesday, 15. April, 6.30 p. m.
Fiona Siegenthaler, art historian and ethnologist, talks with Yvonne Mueller and Leif Bennett

Friday, 8. Mai, 6.30 p. m.
“Paris: verschlammt, gekerbt, detourné”
Talk with Antonia Schöning, art historian, and Markus Klammer, Schaulager-Professor of art theory
Soundperformance: Melebe Misanthrop