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Urban Spree Prints releases “Animal Spirit” by Marina Mika

Urban Spree Prints releases the first screen print of the Croatian-born, Berlin-based visual artist Marina Mika.

Mika’s illustrations are always hand-drawn and her universe is a composite world inspired by art nouveau, anime & manga, lores and fantasy.

Titled “Animal Spirit“, the hand-pulled screen print comes in a limited edition of 35, all signed and numbered by the artist. The print has been manually produced at Urban Spree on a Somerset 310g/sm paper and bears 2 deckle edges (the left and right sides of the paper have been torn on purpose to reveal the white structure of the paper through the black ink.

The print will be released this coming Wednesday 24.06 at 18:00 C.E.T. on the Urban Spree webstore and in our Berlin shop.

Marina Mika

Animal Spirit

1-colour screen print on Somerset Satin 300 g/sm

17″ x 24″ (43,2 x 57,6 cm)

2 deckle edges

Limited Edition of 35 hand-pulled prints

Signed and Numbered 

2020



Twisted Animals

Vor Mitternacht: 5 €
Nach Mitternacht: 7 €

Beginn: 22:00 Uhr
Ende: 06:00 Uhr

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Before Midnight: 5€
After Midnight: 7€

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DJs
Kevin Rangel [Sleepless Musik]
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Retro Spectrum [Stein]
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Federico Laria [Axl]
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Julek Tarasiuk b2b Janak (PL) [BAS]
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JEPE [Perce]
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with live band [22h 30m]
Moribones (UK)
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Hendrik Czakainski’s Upcoming Exhibition: Nonpoint Sources

Imagine that you are a raindrop. It begins to rain and you hit the ground and flow across streets, parking lots, yards, construction sites, farm fields… Along the way, you pick up litter, oil, grease, metals, rubber, dirt, fertilizers, pesticides, animal waste, and other things left behind. All of these pollutants mix with the rain and flow away as nonpoint source pollution. » (Illinois Environmental Protection Agency).

In Hendrik Czakainski’s previous exhibition at Urban Spree Galerie, « Switch Over » (2018), the famed “invisible hand” of Adam Smith finally achieved its predictable self-strangulation and hinted towards the obliteration of the age of Anthropocene. His powerful works laid bare the rusted skeletons of what was once qualified as habitat. A post-architectural world – and beyond -, in which life subsided on the fringes, a derelict, abstract  and borderless Universum, morbidly fascinating.

For “Nonpoint Sources“, his 4th solo show at Urban Spree, Hendrik Czakainski fills his large wall sculptures with the particles and raindrops of our contaminated civilization, building his imaginary constructions only to let them succumb to the invisible and poisonous streams that run through it. Huge fracture lines dislocate high density environments, Earth is scorched beyond repair, structures are flooded with colored poisons that irrigate the veins of our industrial civilization.

We do not only see the structures, we see the flooding and the elements, we see how the artist skillfully paints and distorts the structures he so patiently erected.

Hendrik Czakainski

Nonpoint Sources

Solo Show 

Berlin Art Week Opening: Wednesday 09.09.2020 at 18:00 in presence of the artist

Exhibition Dates: 09.09.2020 – 10.10.2020

Wed-Fri 14:00-19:00 (Sa: 12:00-19:00)

Urban Spree Galerie

RAW Gelände

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

S+U Warschauer Str.

Info & Catalogue: contact@urbanspree.com



Hendrik Czakainski: Nonpoint Sources

Imagine that you are a raindrop. It begins to rain and you hit the ground and flow across streets, parking lots, yards, construction sites, farm fields… Along the way, you pick up litter, oil, grease, metals, rubber, dirt, fertilizers, pesticides, animal waste, and other things left behind. All of these pollutants mix with the rain and flow away as nonpoint source pollution. » (Illinois Environmental Protection Agency).

 

 

In Hendrik Czakainski’s previous exhibition at Urban Spree Galerie, « Switch Over » (2018), the famed “invisible hand” of Adam Smith finally achieved its predictable self-strangulation and hinted towards the obliteration of the age of Anthropocene. His powerful works laid bare the rusted skeletons of what was once qualified as habitat. A post-architectural world – and beyond -, in which life subsided on the fringes, a derelict, abstract  and borderless Universum, morbidly fascinating.

For “Nonpoint Sources“, his 4th solo show at Urban Spree, Hendrik Czakainski fills his large wall sculptures with the particles and raindrops of our contaminated civilization, building his imaginary constructions only to let them succumb to the invisible and poisonous streams that run through it. Huge fracture lines dislocate high density environments, Earth is scorched beyond repair, structures are flooded with colored poisons that irrigate the veins of our industrial civilization.

We do not only see the structures, we see the flooding and the elements, we see how the artist skillfully paints and distorts the structures he so patiently erected.

 

Hendrik Czakainski

Nonpoint Sources

Solo Show 

Berlin Art Week Opening: Wednesday 09.09.2020 at 18:00 in presence of the artist

Exhibition Dates: 09.09.2020 – 10.10.2020

Wed-Fri 14:00-19:00 (Sa: 12:00-19:00)

 

Urban Spree Galerie

RAW Gelände

Revaler Str. 99

10245 Berlin

S+U Warschauer Str.

Info & Catalogue: contact@urbanspree.com

https://www.instagram.com/hendrik_czakainski/

https://www.instagram.com/urban_spree/



Call for Rain pres Australian Bushfire Fundraiser

Call For Rain presents the Australian Bushfire Fundraiser.

Tornado Wallace (Running Back, Animals Dancing).
Andy Hart
Damiano von Erckertt b2b Beluga (Pond Life)
Alison Swing (Dig Deeper LA, Renate).
Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange (live).
Malika.
Moses Mawila (LOWMONEYMUSICLOVE).
Mengeh.
Royston Bassmann.

Call For Rain invites Berlin to gather and dance for the relief of those affected by the bushfires in Australia.
We are currently witnessing the most horrific & catastrophic bushfires to plague the planet.
Thousands of homes have been destroyed or damaged, over 10 million hectares of land have been ravaged, and over 1 billion animals have been estimated to have been killed as a result. Thousands are displaced. Our death toll continues to rise.
This isn’t a national crisis. It’s a global crisis.

For centuries, cultures have practiced rituals in order to Call For Rain, and now we invite you to join us on this evening to come together and dance, and to take part in a collective effort to raise funds for those at the forefront of fighting the fires that continue to burn Australia.

We would like to mention our sister-event that takes place in Tel Aviv, on 01.02.2020 at Sputnik bar. Stay tuned for more details regarding this. We stand for the same cause.

100% of proceeds from this event will be distributed to the following charities;
CFA: Country Fire Association Victoria. (A volunteer & community based fire & emergency services organisation).
Wildlife Victoria. (A wildlife rescue and sheltering association committed to rescuing, rehabilitating & providing equipment for the rescue of wildlife during the bushfires).

We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners and ongoing custodians of the land; past, present and future. We recognise their connection to land, water & culture.
We would like to pay our respects to their Elders past, present, & emerging, as well as all those affected by the catastrophic bushfires.

Artwork by Yago Dzugala

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