The exhibition Goldrausch 2023 - on the edge of presents works by 15 international women artists working in Berlin. With this show, the Goldrausch Künstlerinnen Projekt celebrates the conclusion of its 33rd year.
The group exhibition is a cooperation with the Department of Art, Culture and History of the Berlin-Mitte district and is curated by Laure Catugier and Hannah Kruse. On display are conceptual photography, analogue and digital experimental film, painting and drawing, performance, sound, sculpture and installation.
The artists' themes and concepts include man-made changes in our environment, the breaking up of linear narratives as well as of traditional image worlds and stereotypes. They explore the boundaries - edges - of the media they work with and reveal transformation processes and transitions along supposed dividing lines. Along these edges, the exhibits invite reflection on social or ecological changes and encourage us to question existing systems and develop potentials for transformation.
During the course year, the scholarship holders pursue their professional development in solidarity and collective concentration and at the same time present the results to the public. Since 1989, this renowned professional development project, unique in Germany, has supported female visual artists in developing individual career paths and presenting their work to an audience.
A jury of experts selected 15 women artists from different countries and continents to participate in the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt: Anja Dornieden, Viviana Druga, Ximena Ferrer Pizarro, Janne Höltermann, Tiziana Krüger, Daniela Medina Poch, Lillian Morrissey, Shira Orion, Amelie Plümpe, Wagehe Raufi, Marie Rief, Hara Shin, Bea Targosz, Emma Wilson, Silja Yvette