July 19, 2013
The exhibition of Danielle Adair and Natalie Häusler will present two site-specific sound works that embrace the temporal nature of “The Funny Pit” and its temporary location in Leipziger Strasse, Berlin. The artists will explore the fragmentation of communication and storytelling through visual and experiential methods.
Danielle Adair lives and works in Los Angeles and is currently a Fellow in Film/Video/New Media at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. Adair’s videos have shown in exhibition and screening venues internationally, and with her current body of work, And I Think I Like It., she has performed most recently at the Kiesel, Friedrichshafen, Human Resources, Los Angeles, and Bruno Glint, London.
Natalie Häusler was born in Munich and currently lives in Paris. She received her MFA in 2011 from Bard College/Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, New York and a Diploma with honors and Meisterschueler degree from Braunschweig University of Art. Her work has been shown at PS122 Gallery, New York, Soi Fischer Projects, Vancouver (hosted by Butcher Gallery, Toronto), Chelsea Art Museum, New York, Galerie Warhus Rittershaus, and Cologne and Schnittraum/Lutz Becker, Cologne.