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Susanna Davies-Crook

INTERVIEW: Back in Feb 2012 we spoke to Ivo Wessel and Olaf Stüber, affable creators of Video Art at Midnight, offering a special platform to experience video art in a unique, unparalleled setting. Don't miss the next VAM night on April 12. more

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INTERVIEW: Katja Novitskova. Her sculptural forms use imagery and motifs from the natural world to create a comparison to the way humans have chosen to ensconce themselves within design and aesthetics. Her show opens on Sat, Nov 17 at Kraupa-Tuskany. more

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INTERVIEW: Aude Pariset. Not to be missed, one of the brightest lights of her generation talks to us about her multifarious practice on display in her solo show. The exhibition ends Oct 6, so catch it before the light goes out. more

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The big art bang is upon us! From September 11-16, Berlin’s art scene explodes with fairs, fêtes and even food. Where to go? Exberliner knows! more

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INTERVIEW. Scottish street artist Robert Montgomery confronts advertising with poetry. His newest works, which went on display in Berlin earlier this month, are at once touching, poignant and not at all ironic. more

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INTERVIEW. Young Berlin-based French artist Adrien Missika’s first solo show in Germany, The Sun Is Late, illuminates themes of light, time and perception at Galerie Crone. Catch the sun before it goes down on June 16. more

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INTERVIEW. As part of Gallery Weekend at Isabella Bortolozzi, English artist Ed Atkins and Berlin-based Brit Juliette Blightman believe in magic. more

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The 7th Berlin Biennale not only comments on politics – it provides a platform for political action and collective participation. The time has come to roll up your sleeves and get involved. more

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Proving simplicity is key Ikeda's db runs through April 9. Don't miss your last chance to enter his sculptural, experiential and utterly immersive world this long weekend. more

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INTERVIEW. King of clipart and master of the Mariah Carey mash-up, the Berlin-based Austrian artist prepares for his first Berlin solo show now on at Tanya Leighton, more

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Influential digital artist Lialina on this year’s Transmediale and why the internet is not a “neutral object machine”. Part of the ‘in/compatible’ symposium program from Feb. more

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Berlin's most exciting digital media fest starts today and ends Feb 5. So check it out! What started as a DIY festival showcasing electronic media work is now one of the most important happenings in the city. more

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INTERVIEW. Every hour during her 30-day hikes, American Mirra would pause and make an ink rubbing, leaving the creation of her work to the chance. more

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Two shows proving oil still has a pulse in the city are drawing to a close – right before the holidays. Get your last bit of art-voyeurism in before the city culturally quiets down. more

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INTERVIEW: French artist Juliette Bonneviot. The 28-year-old's internet-inspired exhibition is currently on display at Circus Gallery. It ends Dec 17, so don't miss it. more

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INTERVIEW: Polish artist Mirosław Bałka. His exhibition Fragment, a selection of video works taken from footage of journeys to concentration and death camps, is on display at Akademie der Künste. more

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Taryn Simon's A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters is the collection of bloodlines across the globe in a meticulous construction of narratives of family feuds, disorder and absence. more

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Interview: Tomás Saraceno. Cloud Cities at Hamburger Bahnhof is Saraceno’s ongoing investigation of a possible future, or futures. The exhibition is monumental and personal at the same time. more

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