Monthly Archives: November 2010

Monkey business.

first snow in Berlin.. It´s beautiful, But i´m not built for this kind of weather.. Before I moved here a year and a half ago i think i witnessed snow only two or three times in my life. I´m drinking … Continue reading …

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Back home in Berlin

We and our lugguage arrived well after almost 15 hours flight distance. I made 12 oil paintings and 2 photo series in Japan. After set down the exhibition I reframed all paintings, rolled and packed them in a golf case. … Continue reading …

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Q1: What does such a mobility entail?

I am writing from Geneva, Switzerland, I have French and Italian citizenship and am based in London, i arrived here from Istanbul and will be leaving for Stuttgart next week. This journey to Geneva is actually the first in a few months that was not for work. Continue reading …

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Yurt

Sitting on the plane from Cairo to Istanbul two weeks ago, Vasif (Kortun) told November (Paynter, who is learning turkish) and me that Yurt in turkish means homeland, and yet also means tent… This one word suddenly gives a very … Continue reading …

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Stay in Japan

Two months in Japan will come to an end tomorrow. I’m sitting in the 300-year-old Yomoyama house. Outside the sun is shining and it is a mid-November day with 20 °C. A palm tree in front of the house is still … Continue reading …

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Tone-Town, Japan

The last day at YOMOYAMA-SO www.yomoyama.org in Japan, an artist residency 60 km north-east of Tokyo, at the end of the sub-urban belt. Here i could work on my new project “Crossing the Line”: www.alfred-banze.de/crossing Yesterday was the last day … Continue reading …

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Welcome to a.RTISTS IN TRANSIT

Artistic work is increasingly taking place in international contexts. Artists are travelling to extend their scope of activities and to meet new audiences. Also on the political level mobility is seen as a positive phenomenon for multiple reasons and discussions … Continue reading …

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