Publications

Exhibition: Drawings/Connections

Opening: 14.06.2019 – 7pm, at Frauen*NachtCafé, Mareschstr. 14, 12055 Berlin

window to the world
Verena Spilker is a queer artist from Berlin. Her drawings of animals, landscapes and moments build a connection between the object and the observer. She explores the relationship of the self to the other. „What do we see? What do we perceive as human, as feeling? What connection can I establish with a pufferfish or a wild horse?“ With the ongoing climate change and our disrespect for nature we’re facing a global catastrophe. Will we be able to prevent the destruction of the environment, our own livelihoods and everyone else in it?

The exhibition at Frauen*Nachtcafé will show a selection of drawings of animals as well as a photo series about trees, inviting you to find answers to these questions.

Exhibition: Drawings/Connections

Das FrauenNachtCafé ist offen für alle Frauen*, die sich in einer Krisen- oder Konfliktsituation befinden. Es bietet sich die Möglichkeit zum Austausch, selbstbestimmter Unterstützung und Beratung. Das gesamte Angebot ist kostenlos, nicht psychiatrisch, kann anonym und ohne Voranmeldung genutzt werden.

other works

Exhibition: Batumi Photo Days

Exhibition: Batumi Photo Days

Batumi Photo Days - MirrorLandThe ArtGora Forum and all the inspiring people I met there had quite an impact on me this year. We stay in touch through email and WhatsApp and one of the participants posted a call for submissions for the Batumi Photo Days - MirrorLand....

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Inktober 2018

Inktober 2018

PublicationsInktober 2018 Starting to draw againI’ve been meaning to take up drawing again for a while now, but I find it difficult to allow myself the time for fun things sometimes. I haven’t really been drawing since high school. A birthday card here and there, but...

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A window to the world

A window to the world

PublicationsExhibition: A Window to the World Altes Spital Viechtach und Bahnhof Kötzting - 2018Missmatch – taken in Kyrgyzstan 2003 I took this picture in Kyrgyzstan in 2003. I was there for a summer program organized by DAAD to learn about Kyrgyz language and...

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