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Sprüth Magers, Oranienburger Straße 18, D-10178 Berlin

Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens

Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens, Installation View

Bringing together the practice of thirteen international artists, the exhibition 'Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens' appeals to the intuitive mind and creativity beyond referential thinking. Departing from the artists´ production, it navigates through narratives in the realm of surrealist animation, abstraction and subjects of 'New Materialism' embracing the logic of the internet.

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KÖNIG GALERIE, 121, Alexandrinenstraße 118, 10969 Berlin, Germany

Tatiana Trouvé: From Alexandrinenstrasse to the Unnamed Path

From Alexandrinenstrasse to the Unnamed Path, Installation View

For her second exhibition at KÖNIG GALERIE, Tatiana Trouvé presents a new body of work which investigates ways to connect to the world and the things and symbols that populate it, by granting them new modes of existence and new regimes of intensity.

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Campagne Premiére, Chausseestrasse 116, D-10115 Berlin

Marco Poloni: Codename: Osvaldo. Two Case Studies

Codename: Osvaldo. Two Case Studies, Installation View

Marco Poloni's practice spans cinema, photography, text and installation. Poloni's most recent set of works, 'Codename: Osvaldo' is comprised of several different case studies, two of which are currently juxtaposed in Galerie Campagne Première to form a large-scale installation.

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Galerie Buchholz, Fasanenstraße 30, 10719 Berlin

Lucy McKenzie: Inspired by an Atlas of Leprosy

Inspired by an Atlas of Leprosy, Installation view, Galerie Buchholz, Berlin, 2015

In her fourth solo exhibition with Galerie Buchholz, Lucy McKenzie has taken over the upstairs gallery to install a simulation of a private dwelling - the quintessential ‘live-work’ interior associated with young cultural entrepreneurs.

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Galerie Buchholz, Fasanenstraße 30, 10719 Berlin

Isa Genzken: El Salvador

 El Salvador, Installation View

Isa Genzken's latest solo exhibition is conceived around ‘El Salvador’ - her major Hyperbolo sculpture from 1980. At Galerie Buchholz, Genzken presents this work juxtaposed with new work from her current practice.

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststraße 69, D-10117 Berlin

Elín Hansdóttir: SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF

SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF, Installation View

Icelandic artist Elín Hansdóttir's site-specific piece 'SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF' takes KW Institute for Contemporary Art's architecture - a former margarine factory - as a point of departure for a new spatial and filmic installation.

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Eden Eden, Bülowstraße 74, Ecke Blumenthalstraße, 10783 Berlin

Juliette Blightman: Come Inside, Bitte

Come Inside, Bitte, Installation View

Juliette Blightman's new solo show at Isabella Bortolozzi's second Berlin gallery space Eden Eden is a delicate and intimate exploration into the malleability of time.

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GSL Projekt Novalisstrasse 7, 10115 Berlin

This Dust

This Dust, Installation view at GSL Projekt, 2015

In 'This Dust' fourteen artworks by nine artists come together to create a unique ‘laboratory of images’ that takes the viewer on a journey, interrogating the systems and logics that they use to structure the world. Review by Rene Kaiser

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Spor Klübü, Kolonie Wedding e.V. Soldiner Str. 92 13359 Berlin

The Absolute Outside

The Absolute Outside, Installation view at Spor Klübü (2015)

The works in 'The Absolute Outside' represent positively varied approaches to imaging and imagining. Review by Suvi Lehtinen

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Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, D-10557 Berlin

transmediale 2015: CAPTURE ALL

Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Invisible, installation view at CAPTURE ALL, transmediale 2015

transmediale 2015 is something of a closed-loop system, where endless data capture and gamification is turned back on itself, and where digital labour is both critiqued and revelled in. Review by Rob La Frenais

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Esther Schipper GMBH, Schöneberger Ufer, 65 D-10785 Berlin, Germany

Philippe Parreno: quasi-objects

Installation view, Esther Schipper

Parreno's exhibition explores the speculative concept of the ‘quasi-object,' one that seeks to radically redefine the relationship between the subject and the object. For 'quasi-objects,' Parreno has written an algorithm, a mathematical automaton, to synchronise the behaviour of the objects. The works become a network of quasi-objects that appear and disappear, act upon and, in turn, are acted upon.

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