ABOUT FEMINIST SELF-CREATION
Anna Bromley & Sandy VolzSeptember 9th 2018Performing Encounters, Berlin
Anna Bromley & Sandy Volz
Through the entrance of country-singer Dolly Parton’s hyper-femininity, the displayed visual and aural collages explore body and voice as sites of self-creation. The star’s exuberance embraces simple, gentle as well as sexed-up femme* styles. Volz’ and Bromley’s collaboration embarks on imagineries of glamourous skin and shells–out of a place that some call “The West”. The exhibition is curated by Hannah van Ginkel.
April 27th to May 6th 2018Hilbertraum, Berlin
EINE ENZYKLOPÄDIE DES ZARTEN
This group exhibition is curated by Anne Brannys and based on her dissertation of the same name. In it she sheds light on the concept of ‘delicate’ or ‘tender’ from different perspectives, interweaving questions from the humanities, the natural sciences, and art. With eight thematic focuses the exhibition delves into the topic as an immersive encyclopaedia, through a spatial concept developed specially for this presentation.
February 3rd to April 18th 2018Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GIRL GANG
A group exhibition curated by Claudia Christoffel. Among others, with work by Eugenia Gortchakova, Christiane Fichtner, Anja Fußbach, Isolde Loock, dilletantin produktionsbüro, Eliana Renner and Sandy Volz
December 5th to December 9th 2017Künstlerinnenverband, Bremen
Works from the collection of the Stadtgalerie Lauenburg
April 2nd to May 31st 2017Künstlerhaus Lauenburg
THE DISTANCING WHICH REGARDS ME
Birte Endrejat, Joshua Schwebel, Sandy Volz
Through these three artistic positions on looking, structuring, measuring, and forming public bodies, the artists present a dialogue in the form of an exhibition.
August 12th to 20est 2016LAGE EGAL, Berlin
Scharajeg Ehsasian by Neele Sakautzky
The exhibition shows photographic portraits of outstanding young women from the city of Bremen. The pictures are results of a photo class taught by Sandy Volz at the University of the Arts Bremen. With work by Judith Ahlers, Caro Becker, Jil Kempa, Emilia Kepkowski, Julianna Kiss, Johanna Raab, Neele Sakautzky and Lixing Zhang.
May 1st to August 21st 2016Focke Museum Bremen