Kristin Hoell - Kurzweil

For a brief moment things appear in front of the camera, captured yet long gone – flashes of clarity in a neverending stream, frozen to be contemplated again and again. A standstill in time and space that is already blurred in the past. Silent testimonials of a former now in the present, concrete and at the same time abstract. The solo show Kurzweil (2009 – 2015) by Kristin Hoell is positioned between these poles. The Berlin photographer presents works that dance a peculiar rhythm between reality and dream. Kristin Hoell is a German photographer who is currently based in Berlin. She is a graduate of the 2012 class in MA Photography from the University of Brighton. In 2014 she also completed the MA Photography at the University of Art and Design Halle Burg Giebichenstein. Kristin Hoell’s work has been exhibited in several group shows in Europe. Her series Drowning in a Sea of Infinite Meaning has been selected by Louise Clements (Artistic Director of Quad and Format International Photography Festival) to feature on the Source Photographic Review magazine‘s 2012 MA portfolio. The project was also exhibited at The Photographer’s Gallery in London as part of the selection for FreshFaced & WildEyed 2013.

Opening: 27 November 6pm – 8 pm

28 November – 2 December daily


Concert Sam King on Sunday, November 29, 5.30pm-6pm