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VERNISSAGE                         02.08.2018 8:00 pm
FINISSAGE                             13.08.2018 8:00 pm

OPENING HOURS                 7 pm – 22 pm, Tu – Sa

Vladimir Lukash is a transdicplinary Macedonian artist, writer, illustrator and musician. The exhibition shown at o.T. Projektraum consists of four sketchbooks of drawings, produced between 2012 and 2018. Created through careful observations and using various materials: wax and oils pastels, markers, pens, pencils the works displayed in the sketchbooks are a collection and a collage of various personal diary notes.

Lukash (born 1978 in Skopje, Macedonia) has a formal music education and works as a visual artist for more than twenty years. He is part of several experimental collectives and often works with animated movies. Lukash has participated in numerous exhibitions and cultural collaborations both home and abroad.



Exhibition by Liliana Velasquez

VERNISSAGE 05.07.2018 8:00 pm
FINISSAGE 26.07.2018 8:00 pm

Opening hours: 7 pm – 10 pm, Tuesday – Saturday
Admission: free entry

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of four performances by:

LILIANA VELÁSQUEZ (Monologue in English) 05.07.2018 8 pm
KHINAN AL (Stand up comedy in German) 12.07.2018 8 pm
MICHAEL HACKETT (Stand up comedy in English) 19.07.2018 8 pm

(The attendance of performances is donation-based.)


Liliana Velasquez is an interdisciplinary creator: artist, comedian, writer, dancer and producer of cultural events. The exhibition shown at o.T. Projektraum is a collection of self-reflective collages influenced by the cities that she has lived in. Using recycled materials, many of which are old advertising images found on the street as well as personal collections, the artist transforms them into surreal mindscapes that combine her passionate imagination and day-to-day truth.

Velasquez began to develop this form of collaging in her early twenties at the Art Students League of New York City. Her work is informed and inspired by the feminine form discovery of self and a healthy transformation after tragedy. This is her third solo exhibition in Berlin.


exhibition of sound works by




VERNISSAGE                                                 07.06.2018  7 pm

FINISSAGE                                                     28.06.2018  7 pm

Artists’ talk + live performance             17.06.2018  7 pm


accompanied by a series of performances and interventions by:


KARINA GRIFFITH                          21.06.2018  7 pm
ROSANNA LOVELL                          24.06.2018  7 pm
DAFNE NARVAEZ BERLFEIN         28.06.2018  7 pm


Opening hours: 7 pm – 10 pm daily

Admission: free entry


o.T. Projektraum cordially invites you to the exhibition Hearing Now, featuring sound works by Late Nights In Squat Bars, an indytronic performance duo – Shanti Suki Osman and Dafne Della Dafne – who sing feminist electro pop songs. The newly created sound works are inspired by research into female* sound artists and musicians active in Berlin in the 1980s and 1990s (e.g. ipek ipekcioglu, Roswitha von den Driesch, Sylvia Hinz, Christina Kubisch, Gudrun Gut). Including interviews, field recordings, live recordings and samples, the works illuminate, engage with and foster the feminist music scene in Berlin and worldwide. These original pieces also position Dafne and Shanti’s own electro pop music biographies alongside those artists reflected in the exhibition.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of events: a performance lecture exploring the notion of silence (Optical Silence – Karina Griffith); a multimedia live performance challenging structural and institutional limitations and discriminatory attitudes towards female music making (The Silence that is not a Rest* – Rosanna Lovell); and a visual response to and live dialogue with the exhibition’s sound works (Seeing Now! – Dafne Narvaez Berlfein).


Shanti Suki and Dafne Della Dafne work consistently and playfully with the themes of privilege, cultural commodification and appropriation, feminisms, postcolonial criticisms and decolonisation. Since 2016, they have both been producing their own monthly radio shows for Freies Radio Berlin 88.4 FM.

Hearing Now is supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Design by Zara Morris



Exhibition by Mikael Brkic

O.T. Bar is pleased to present a new solo exhibition by Norwegian artist Mikael Brkic. The exhibition has been given the name Gelber Salon and highlights the context surrounding the exhibition itself, both literally and in a wider discourse. In a wider scope the Gelber Salon offers itself as a third option to the Red and Green salons at Volksbühne, the scene of recent political changes on the Berlin art scene. Posing as an off-Broadway production of sorts, the show makes no conclusions on any case, but jokingly inserts itself into the discourse and context.

Gelber Salon consists of three parts. In the work M10 the immediate area surrounding O.T. Bar, Neukölln and more is addressed through a series of cigarette packages with linoleum prints of outer points along the proposed extensions of the M10 tram line, commonly known as the ‘Party Tram’. As with the title of the show, no positions on a the particular city development are taken, but signs of the situation are transformed into the shape of a familiar, but quasi-dangerous commodity.

With the work Chronique d’un été (curtain) Brkic has recreated a curtain seen in the background of the film with the same name. In the proto-cinéma vérité film, the curtain can be seen in the background while the protagonists are discussing their lives past and present. Furthermore, in the piece insignificant details are emphasized with color, suggesting a dynamic of hide-and-seek and guessing games in the context of discovering the truth behind the veil of everyday life.

Additionally Brkic has also made a modern adaption of the 60’s situationist cartoon Le retour de la Colonne Durutti as well as two new paintings for the occasion of the exhibition.


Mikael D. Brkic is a Norwegian contemporary artist and sometimes art critic who works in various media including painting, installation and performance. His art is often characterized by improvisation and spontaneity. Born in 1987 in Oslo, he obtained his BA from the National Academy of the Arts Oslo, Norway in 2010. He also studied at Städelschule in Frankfurt, Germany and attended the Mountain School of Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Brkic is represented by VI, VII in Oslo.

Gelber Salon plakat_korrekt



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VERNISSAGE 15.3.2018 19H

art performance by Wynton Kelly Stevenson with special guest Elena Page

FINISSAGE 5.4.2018 19H

art performance by Those Guys Berlin

Opening Hours: Daily 18H – 22H

Local musician and artist Wynton Kelly Stevenson combines found vinyl and acrylic paint to revise spin art. Pressing and drilling acrylic paint into vinyl the artist brings the old to the new. The series of vinyl artworks is another exploration into the world of unique mediums. Following the art show a coffee table book containing brilliant, full colour images of the entire set with accompanying poster mount will be born.





installation by



VERNISSAGE 14.2.2018 19H

FINISSAGE 8.3.2018 19H



Last night I saw David Bowie naked.

He was so beautiful.

Despite his bony-being he felt incredibly smooth.

I asked him whether he was more into men or women.

He revealed his secret to me.

While my passed-away granny was listening in her usual standing position, hands folded in her back like a servant, when I turned my face to her, I looked into a thirteen-years old teenager face.

A question came to my mind, I wanted to ask David.

Suddenly he had long hair and a beard and was wearing a robe with a crucifix around his neck.

His aura was shining so bright that I was blinded; my eyes cried.

Too bright.

Need to close my eyes.



A pop-Up Exhibition by 45 students from Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

On Friday 2 February 2018 a one night pop-up show of art-work by forty five students will open at O.T. Projektraum.

The students are based at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen and are enrolled on both the Contemporary Art Practice and Painting courses.

Every year, Gray’s students have the opportunity to take a trip abroad and be immersed fully in a contemporary art scene for a week. Previous study trips have been to Skopje, Macedonia, Vienna and Tallinn, Estonia. On each of these trips participants were encouraged to encounter and explore contemporary art in an unfamiliar city and respond to it, and engage with the people they have met, through a one-night exhibition at the end of the trip.

These trips are entirely democratically organised; students choose in Scotland where they would like to go, and staff work with them to make the trip happen and to try to shape their developing ideas over the course of the week.

The resulting exhibition is a brief snapshot of what the students have learned and how they have chosen to engage with new circumstances.

Critical to the learning process is an affiliated lecture programme, which will also be held at OT Projektraum. Three artists at varying stages of their career, based in Berlin, will introduce the students to their work and concepts, and discuss how they have managed to keep an independent practice going in a city saturated with art and culture. These lectures, delivered in English, are also open to any members of the pubic who may be interested.

Lecture Programme

Monday 29th January

1900 Mila Panić

Tuesday 30th January

1900 Jasna Dimitrovska

1930 Jelena Fuzinato


Exhibition by students from Gray’s School of Art

Artist talks by Mila Panic, Jasna Dimitrovska and Jelena Fuzinato