Model for a Rocket | acrylic on linen | 35 x 37cm | 2017 Takt presents Michael Greaves | Facsimile OPENING Sunday, 16.07.2017 7-10pm EXHIBITION 17.07. - 20.07.2017 OPEN HOURS Monday 17th, Wednesday and Thursday 20th 11am -3pm Tuesday 18th 1-3pm ARTIST TALK Tuesday 18th 7-9pm Kunstraum Tapir | Weserstraße 11 | 10247 Berlin-Friedrivhshain Facsimile “Painting is like thinking: it ends only in an arbitrary, artificial sense, in the way that a thought reaches its fulfilment only to lead to…Find out more »
“Painting is like thinking: it ends only in an arbitrary, artificial sense, in the way that a thought reaches its fulfilment only to lead to another thought in formation. A completed verbal statement entails a subsequent one.”1 – Richard ShiffFind out more »
Lamis Haggag is a Cairo/Toronto-based visual artist. She received her MFA from the University of Calgary, Canada in 2013. She obtained a BFA from the faculty of Fine Arts, Helwan University, Egypt in 2008. Her practice involves a variety of investigations of the psychological effect of habitual confinement on a human being. Her work is a critique of social restraints and institutionalization. She presents her ideas through painting, drawing, installation, interactive installation, performance, andFind out more »
Charys is a visual artist from Northern Ireland, now based in Berlin. Over the past few years Charys’ work has focused on society's modern day relationship with nature, how we're becoming more disconnected from nature and often over look and underappreciate the beauty/importance of the natural world.
She presents her views using photographs, pencil drawings and large-scale drawings in conté crayon and ink, creating images with areas of detail juxtaposed and contrasted with areas of quiet space, where fragility and absence coexist.
Charys Wilson presents her views using photographs, pencil drawings and large-scale drawings in conté crayon and ink, creating images with areas of detail juxtaposed and contrasted with areas of quiet space, where fragility and absence coexist, focusing on our relationship with nature.
Since 2014 Charys has participated in a number of group shows in Dublin, Belfast, Wales, Finland and Berlin.
Mario Mankey was born in 1985 in Valencia, Spain. Using the name Mario Mankey, he manifests the underlying contradictions between humans and primates. He works with human behaviors that he finds disturbing, focusing mainly on the eternal contradictions of the modern individual as a result of their ambitions and limitations.Find out more »
Frank Mauceri, talks about his work with experimental systems in music, interactive performance, and computer-generated drawings. Frank is a teacher, composer, and artist from southern Maine, in the United States. His compositions include chamber music, electro-acoustic music, video animation, and graphics on paper. His research has focused on the social effects of music technology and on interactive computer systems for use with improvising performers. He teaches music and interactive media at Bowdoin College.Find out more »
“I will pause to consider this eternity, from which subsequent ones derive”
-A History of Eternity, Borges
Frank Mauceri, talks about his work with computer generated drawing and animation. Frank is
a teacher, composer, and artist from southern Maine, in the United States. His computergenerated
line drawings and animations result from designed, generative systems. His graphics
work reflects his background in music. He will discuss recent work and its relationship to sound,
sound synthesis and experimental composition.