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Navot Miller born in 1991 in Israel, works and lives in Berlin.Throughout his life, Miller has always been fascinated by visuals and sound as a way of expressing ideasand exploring topics such as sexuality, religion and desire. Using the practice ofopposite and
contrasting colors as a form of painting and the aesthetic of collagingshort videos,
Miller creates montages of scenes into both paper and videos whilejuxtaposing tragedy
He pays close attention to the ,gurative form of objects he encounters and to thesense of space created by multiple layers in one environment.Primarily working with Pastels, Miller engages with /atness in order to create a senseof still drama in his works.
He is a recipient of Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Scholarship, studies at the University of ArtsBerlin since 2017 and established himself as a permanent member of the artcommunity KuLe, where he lives collectively with 17 other artists. Recent exhibitionsinclude “Against The Wall”, HVW8 Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2020), “True lies forsingled freedom”, Art Zagreb, Zagreb, Coratia (2019) and “Post Paris Ass”, curatedby M.I/mi1glissé, Paris Ass Book Fair, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2018).
16 July – 27 August 2022
“My exhibition is not supposed to be about me,” Adrian Hazi (*1998) opens the conversation in his studio. Even though the paintings and ceramics created by the Viennese artist are certainly of personal origin, the works allow an open participation and empathetic disclosure of social and individual processes. Hazi paints worlds, circumstances and possibilities that belong to the reality of most. The figurative but formally graphically simplified depictions are inventories of situations that, in their symbolically communicated representation, become potential possibilities of identification for all.
– Niklas Koschel
Photos: Katrin Froschauer