Cut around the world goes studioOne Brussels* by fariba mosleh

Juhu* Yippie* Yeah*


We are extremely happy that our dear CARMEN will come from Vienna to Brussels to share her highly professional Styling experience with us!
Do you need a haircut? A new look or styling?

Then this is the splendid occasion to do so in a unique atmosphere.
studioOne & FFffamily is opening their house for that event and warmly welcome you!

For more info about fantastic Carmen:
Please reserve:
Passing by is also welcome, but may not guarantee a styling spot.
See you soon***

Virtually impossible by fariba mosleh

Hey guys in and around the Netherlands!
There´s something IMpossible going at TodaysArt Festival in The Hague this Friday and Saturday. The drummer Bernhard Breuer and the artist Florian Nitsch are premiering their transdisciplinary performance Virtually Impossible - sound starts an dialogue with live drawing projections! It´s gonna be exciting! Check this out*

(c) Eva Fischer

OPEN CALL Artist Village Eindhoven 2018 by fariba mosleh

Great news! WARP Art Platform is calling for participants for the upcoming ARTIST VILLAGE in Eindhoven August 2018.

WARP Artist Village offers emerging artists feedback and stimulating input through personal interviews and portfolio reviews with professionals from diverse fields - national and foreign curators, critics, experienced artists, choreographers psychoanalysts and the like. It´s also great opportunity for encounters between other artists.

Check out the OPEN CALL - deadline: 11th of May 2018.


FEEDBACK LOOP by fariba mosleh

After a week full of program surrounding the stay of the Belgium artists in Vienna and their exhibition FEEDBACK LOOP at the Krinzinger Projekte they artists and visitors from Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Slovenia and the UK left. It was such a great experience to cooperate with WARP contemporary art platform. There was so much exchange, dialogue and input for futher projects. Thanks for joining the opening, the portfolio day, an artist talk, the philosophical walk, several openings, etc. We enjoyed the time together.

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Thank you all for coming, participating, collaborating and sharing*

AIR New York City follow up* by fariba mosleh

We are happy that the artist Florian Nitsch from now on is going to share his experiences of a three-month residency at Guttenberg Arts in New York with us. It´s his fourth week now at NJ. In his blog think PIG he writes about his life as an artist in residence in the city where thousands of artists are proceeding their artistic practise, where there are dozens of openings, performances, etc. each day, where there are countless people from all over the world engaging in the art world ... what´s about the myth of the city of art? How to survive as an artist in New York City?

think PIG is a continuity of the blog Fariba Mosleh published during her working stay at the ISCP International Studio and Curatorial Programme in 2015/16 in the field of arts management, curating and residencies. 

Have fun and follow think PIG here.

(c) florian nitsch 2017

(c) florian nitsch 2017

*faceless part* by fariba mosleh

It is a really sad occasion to write a blog entry ... can´t believe it´s true ... the fascinating, refreshing, and exceptionally visionary artist Ren Hang died far to young. I was incredibly happy back in 2014 when he contributed to my publication Vienna Chinatown INvisible with his works of the series Faceless Part 1 developed in Vienna during his residency at Q21! He made the catalogue what it should be - a multilayered de-stereotyped, and abstract examination of contemporary society. Ren Hang, thank you for your work. R.I.P.* 

Some impressions from the Germany & Swiss Trip* by fariba mosleh

After visiting the opening of the Kunstenfestivaldesarts and the Short Film Festival in Brussels in May we´ve been to Germany for Florian Nitsch´s exhibition opening at House of Modern Art in Staufen and the opening of Manifesta11 in Zurich.

The trip was a great experience. What people do for money is this year´s Manifesta´s theme. Multiple artistic practices are on display not only in official art institutions but also off the beaten track - at least at Manifesta´s satellite projects which I appreciated a lot. It still seems to be quite hard for curators as well as artists to explicitly engage the community, collaborate and go into dialogues outside the non-vulnerable and hardly accessible cultural hubs. My personal favorite was the cooperation of Palais de Tokyo and ACBRUSH AG.