PLURALPROJEKT 2013

Atelierhof Kreuzberg
Schleiermacherstr.31-37, 10961 Berlin, Germany
September 7, 2013 - October 5, 2013
Singularity in Plurality: Plural Projekt in Berlin
by S V Kim


Berlin’s contemporary art scene induces a headiness not recommended for those lacking stamina. We’ve only recently moved on from the monstrously huge offerings of Berlin Art Week, Berliner Liste, and Preview Berlin. Meanwhile, with its constellation of galleries – from Prenzlauer Berg to Neukölln – it sometimes feels like Berlin bequeaths a cynical gaze of see all-seen all to the regular gallery visitor with cold curatorial formations framing the city’s famous ragtag approach to art. Conceived in Dresden, the Plural Projekt is welcome contrast to the at-times insular elite in the German capital. Spearheaded by five visiting students from the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts – Anna Grützner, Diana Welmeier, Denny Brückner, Patricia Detmering, and Benjamin Hummitzsch – and guided by painting professor Ralf Kerbach and philosophy professor Constanze Peres, the Projekt provided a month-long series of lectures, exhibitions, and performances, attracting multicultural, diverse audiences along the way. 
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Atelierhof Kreuzberg
Schleiermacherstr.31-37, 10961 Berlin, Germany
September 7, 2013 - October 5, 2013



Singularity in Plurality: Plural Projekt in Berlin

by S V Kim



Berlin’s contemporary art scene induces a headiness not recommended for those lacking stamina. We’ve only recently moved on from the monstrously huge offerings of Berlin Art Week, Berliner Liste, and Preview Berlin. Meanwhile, with its constellation of galleries – from Prenzlauer Berg to Neukölln – it sometimes feels like Berlin bequeaths a cynical gaze of see all-seen all to the regular gallery visitor with cold curatorial formations framing the city’s famous ragtag approach to art. Conceived in Dresden, the Plural Projekt is welcome contrast to the at-times insular elite in the German capital. Spearheaded by five visiting students from the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts – Anna Grützner, Diana Welmeier, Denny Brückner, Patricia Detmering, and Benjamin Hummitzsch – and guided by painting professor Ralf Kerbach and philosophy professor Constanze Peres, the Projekt provided a month-long series of lectures, exhibitions, and performances, attracting multicultural, diverse audiences along the way. 

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