Everyone Wants It

Opening: 24 November, 6-9 pm

Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard, Zayne Armstrong & Elizabeth Ravn

“Can’t we arrange the space in a more collaborative way?” is one sentence from the three dialogs in the movie painting hybrid Everyone Wants It.

Everyone is excited about the second part before they have seen the first. That sounds curious but it is true I can tell you in a few words like a love poem. “Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds…”, Shakespeare wrote in Sonnet 116. This phrase fits well because I would like to show the popular elements in the work without telling what will happen. The play is text and picture based and has a time frame in which we can follow three dialogs on a LED display while the movie is built up like a multi-layered stage in the window.

The storylines are clearly separated from each other in terms of content, but spatially they are drawn together in such a way that the LED font can be reduced to a purely visual element. The dialogs light up other immaterial conversations taking place. The conversations between the protagonists, the materials, the different spaces, inside and outside, glass and textile, A and B, street and window, you and me are overlapping and through visible.

Full text by Manuel Kirsch available on the SOX website.

Oranienstr. 175, 10999 Berlin
November 25, 2022 - January 9, 2023

Ledgers & Dwellers

Opening: 16 September, 6-9 pm

Bungalow is pleased to present Ledgers & Dwellers, an exhibition by Berlin-based American painter Elizabeth Ravn (b. 1994, Brooklyn).

BUNGALOW - ChertLüdde
Hauptstr. 18, 10827 Berlin
September 17 - October 29, 2022

The exhibition formerly known as “trace image”

Opening: 9 September, 6-8 pm

Juliette Blightman, Owen Fu, João Gabriel, R.I.P. Germain, Constantin Nitsche, Elizabeth Ravn, Adam Stamp, Sarah Szczesny

Together, Deborah Schamoni and O-Town House are pleased to present The exhibition formerly known as „trace image“. The show was initially conceived as an exploration of artistic practices located between presence and absence via works that probe strategies of art-making which exploit or obscure the notion of the body (or: figure) through various devices of abstraction. However, as the conversations with the artists of The exhibition formerly known as „trace image“ developed, the exhibition began to tell its own story. Both Deborah Schamoni and Scott Cameron Weaver operate their exhibition spaces from their homes. These very particular and intimate settings facilitate yet- undiscovered conversations and expose a new language for time-honored binaries with a unique kind of storytelling.

Mauerkircherstr. 186, 
D-81925 München
September 9 - October 29, 2022

Forming Communities: Berliner Wege – 道法柏林, 而游于外 (Dào fǎ bólín, ér yóu yú wài)

Opening: 27 August, 6 – 9 pm

aaajiao 徐文恺, Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard, Cao Kefei 曹克 非, Isaac Chong Wai, Chun Shu 春树, Fan Popo 范坡坡, Han Feng 韩锋, He Xiangyu 何翔宇, Benno Hinkes, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Liao Wenfeng 廖文峰, Elizabeth Ravn, Tobias Spichtig, Tak Young-jun 탁영준 卓永俊, Bignia Wehrli 宾雅, Regina Weiss, Yi Ke 伊可, Yi Li 一子

Forming Communities shows examples of the connections between artists from China, across Asia, and other parts of the world who are internationally active and based in Berlin. The result is a picture of an artistic landscape of diversity around a group of artists from Asia, which conveys the closeness and distance of the people involved on all semantic and sociological levels. The exhibition works with formats of invitation and networking; this includes regular meetings with the participating artists during the exhibition, which are open to all visitors.

KINDL - Centre for Contemporary Art
Am Sudhaus 3, 12053 Berlin
August 28 2022 – February 5, 2023

 Isaac Chong Wai, Equilibrium No. 8 – Boundaries, 2012 / 2014, Performance, Photo: Camille Blake
Grüße vom Schäfersee!

Exhibition w/ Nadja Abt, Jakob Argauer, Ruben Bürgam, Marcel Heise, Sam Lubicz, Elizabeth Ravn, Shirin Sabahi, Sunette L. Viljoen, Anna Wiget

Opening Sat 16 Jul, 6-10 pm

Visible from outside 24/7
Interior viewable by appointment

KSOIK is a former vending Kiosk located in Reinickendorf in the north of Berlin between the picturesque Schäfersee and Residenzstraße, beside an entrance to a U8 station. This Summer KSOIK will transform the almost four square meter room and the whole building (including a public toilet, a gum-ball machine and a payphone) into a 24/7 public exhibition space.

Am Schäfersee, 13407 Berlin
July 27 - August 17 2022

January 20 - 30, 2022

It’s Just a Phase / Det er bare en fase

Agatha Wara, Anna Uddenberg, Cassie Augusta Jørgensen, Constantin Hartenstein, Eirik Sæther, Elizabeth Ravn, Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard, Change Aalrust, Erika Stöckel, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Geumhyung Jeong, Gözde Ilkin, Hannah Ryggen, Hanne Lippard, Heji Shin, Isa Genzken, Julien Ceccaldi, Mahmoud Khaled, Manuel Kirsch, Matt Mullican, Nikhil Vettukattil, Nina Beier, Olga Balema, Samrridhi Kukreja / Tuda Muda Sidsel, Meineche Hansen, Simon Fujiwara, Yngve Holen, Young-Jun Tak, Özgür Kar

We are very excited to present "It's Just a Phase", the very first exhibition at KUK.

Thematically, the exhibition looks at life phases and the way they have changed in the light of social, ethical and technological development in recent times. With a special focus on body and identity, works of art from 29 artists with very different backgrounds and from all over the world will bring KU-K's exhibition space to life, while the institution takes its first steps.

The exhibition questions the essentialism of the phases of life - from birth to adolescence and beyond. At the birth of KUK, the exhibition looks at the institutional phases of life and their inverted, new definitions. "It's Just a Phase" thus carefully fine-tunes routine perceptions of life phases and their resolution into more fluid, swinging, changing, curious and performative proposals, and looks at how life blends into new ways of being, as a kind of ongoing birth of identity (nods, of course, in this case, a new showroom, a new institution, taking its first steps into a changing reality).

Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst, K-U-K, Trondheim, NO
November 19, 2021 - February 13, 2022


Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard / Elizabeth Ravn, Anna M. Szaflarski, Nigin Beck, Sayuri Chetti, Stephanie Comilang,
Zora Mann, Philip Wiegard, Bob Kil, The Society for Matriarchal World Domination (featuring Selin Davasse & Zoë Claire Miller)

Merzbau-Garten is a collaborative project which is growing over the course of three modules by combining the work, concepts and labor of various Berlin-based artists, writers, and designers. Inspired in part by Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau, the space at Kinderhook & Caracas is organically accumulating architectural interventions, art works and plant life over the course of the year, meanwhile manifesting in a parallel, non-linear publication with contributions from all of the participants. A program of encounters accompanies the physical exhibition.

Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin, DE
July 16 - August 14, 2021

Feeling the Room Temperature

Minda Andren, Amir Guberstein, James Krone, Przemek Pyszczek, Elizabeth Ravn, Stephanie Stein

July 10 - August 31, 2021


This fall, Fotogalleriet will premiere Days, a collaborative ‘soap opera’ by Ellinor Aurora Aasgaard and Zayne Armstrong. The project explores how the cultural phenomenon of day-time drama can become a source of solidarity and social habitus.

Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO
October 16 - November 29 2020

Hosting #4 / Elizabeth Ravn: Backyard

HOSTING opens its doors for »Backyard«, a series of new paintings by Elizabeth Ravn.
For this occasion, the poet and musician Alizée Lenox composed a 15min track »Movements for a painter’s wrist«, the performance starts at 18:00.

Studio Tess, Berlin, DE
October 3 - 18, 2020