Michael Dooney is the director of Jarvis Dooney gallery and independent exhibition space which he co-founded in 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The gallery has presented the work of over 100 artists, maintains a balance of male & female practitioners, regularly collaborates with local institutions, and has participated in a number of international fairs and festivals. Parallel to his work with Jarvis Dooney, Michael is actively involved in exhibition design and curation, as well as running workshops and coaching artists specialising in photography and other lens based media. He is also the host of art world podcast Subtext & Discourse, which takes you behind the scenes of the art world, with the unique individuals involved in the field.
Piotr Pietrus is a Polish born artist and social activist photographer. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany in 2008, and went on to do a masterclass with Arno Fischer at the Ostkreuzschule in Berlin, where he now lives and works. Possessing a strong contemporary documentary practice, his work investigates the sites where the poetic and political intersect in the wake of a growing resistance towards social injustice and the ecological crises. His work has been published widely including Greenpeace Magazin, Monopol, Süddeutche Zeitung Magazin, Der Greif, VICE, If You Leave, Phases and Aint Bad Magazine among others. Recently he exhibited with EEP Berlin, a new curatorial initiative dedicated to showcasing the strongest Eastern European photography to Berlin audiences.Interview with Piotr Pietrus recorded by Michael Dooney on 15. May 2020 in Neukölln, Berlin.NOTESFull Episode Transcript (online soon)Greenpeace MagazineCorona DiariesCicha WodaEEP Berlin - Eastern European Photography GalleryMaya HristovaJosephine DemerliacCatherine EvansMoonshakeConny Becker----more----PIOTR PIETRUSOfficial WebsiteInstagramTumblrSEBASTIAN DE LA LUZ (audio engineering)SoundcloudMICHAEL DOONEYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeJARVIS DOONEY GALLERYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitter
Georgina Pope is a Berlin based curator who started her career working at commercial galleries and project spaces in Sydney, Australia. She is currently a curator for Independent Collectors, a digital platform for art collectors and the largest non-commercial archive of private collections worldwide. Georgie also works as art mediator at The Bunker Berlin, a heritage listed World War II air-raid shelter and home to Karen and Christian Boros private collection of contemporary art.Completing the Curatorial Practice and Contemporary Arts course at the School for Curatorial Studies Venice in 2018 consolidated her previous art world experiences. This enabled her individual curatorial interests to become more focused on activation of art works; whether through education, presentation or other forms of audience engagement. Leading to an increased involvement with preformative art and the opportunities this experiential medium provides - not least of which includes the increased interest from art collectors who wish to support and be more involved in this recently institutionalised part of the art world and relative newcomer to the art market.Interview with Georgina Pope recorded by Michael Dooney on 12. May 2020 in Kreuzberg, Berlin.NOTESFull Episode Transcript (online soon)City of New Castle Art Gallery - Roland Pope art collectionGrantpirrie Gallery, SydneyArt and About, Public Art Festival Hyde Park Sydney.Jiri Georg DokoupilCO-LABThe Young Centenary FoundationCentenary Institute in SydneyKaren and Christian BorosNode Centre for Curatorial Studies BerlinA plus A Gallery, VeniceBreakfast Pavilion by M–L–XL & Luca Lo PintoSilent World plate by Rio Grande (ear plate)Venice School for Curatorial StudiesSacred Ground FestivalExgirlfriend Gallery BerlinFrom the Portfolio of Free WillIndependent CollectorsBMW Independent Art GuideA Performance AffairTomás SaracenoArachnophilia----more----GEORGIE POPEInstagramFacebookINDEPENDENT COLLECTORSHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitterVimeoTHE BUNKER | SAMMLUNG BOROSHome PageInstagramFacebookBunker #3 - Independent CollectorsSEBASTIAN DE LA LUZ (audio engineering)SoundcloudMICHAEL DOONEYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeJARVIS DOONEY GALLERYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitter
David Charles Collins (b. 1988, Perth, Australia) is an artist examining perceptions of identity and masculinity through the mediums of photography, performance and video. Based in Sydney since 2016, David graduated with an MFA from Sydney College of the Arts in 2017 under the supervision of Australian contemporary artist Julie Rrap.David’s work has been displayed in several exhibitions including solo shows at Perth Centre for Photography and STILLS Gallery as well as group exhibitions such as Pingyao photography festival in China. Most recently his work has been included in BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! a project by The Little Black Gallery, curated by co-founder Ghislain Pascal, to promote queer and gay photography.Publications which have reviewed David's work include: Australian Art Collector Magazine, Art Guide Australia, Scoop magazine and The Age. His work is held in collections including the Art Gallery Of Western Australia and the University of Western Australia’s Lawrence Wilson Gallery.Interview with David Charles Collins recorded by Michael Dooney on 12. May 2020 between Berlin & Sydney with Squadcast. Photo by Adrian Pinto.NOTESFull Episode Transcript (online soon)David Charles Collins official homepageVideo Art by David Charles CollinsBoys! Boys! Boys!Home PageInstagramLittle Black Gallery, LondonGhislain PascalFotografiska New York----more----DAVID CHARLES COLLINSHomepageBookshopInstagramVideo ArtBOYS BOYS BOYS!Home PageInstagramLittle Black Gallery, LondonGhislain PascalSEBASTIAN DE LA LUZ (audio engineering)SoundcloudMICHAEL DOONEYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeJARVIS DOONEY GALLERYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitter
Peggy Sue Amison is the Artistic Director for East Wing - a platform for photography founded in Doha, Qatar. As a curator, writer, strategist, mentor and photographic consultant, Peggy Sue has collaborated with numerous emerging and established photographers, festivals and publications internationally.Prior to working with East Wing, Peggy Sue was Artistic Director of Sirius Arts Centre in Ireland (2001 – 2014) where she headed a multidisciplinary visual arts and residency programme. Her passion lies in creating synergies between artists and professional organisations.Peggy Sue has been an invited speaker, juror and critic at numerous meeting places for photography and contests including board member of Belfast Photo Festival from 2012 - 2016. For the last six years she has also contributed to the development of the artist residency programme, PICTURE BERLIN in Germany.Peggy Sue has curated exhibitions in Dubai, Ireland, Berlin, Poland, Denmark and China, written for various international photographic publications and artist catalogues and has independently produced photographic events.Interview with Peggy Sue Amison recorded by Michael Dooney on 25. April 2020 between Berlin & San Diego with Squadcast. Photo by Michael MacSweeney / Provision, In Transit at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork Ireland.NOTESFull Episode TranscriptCreative Conversations: Peggy Sue Amison - 20. June 2020FotoFest Houston, Texas USAEast WingHome PageArtsyFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSirius Arts Centre, Cobh IrelandHome PageFacebookInstagramTwitter...----more----PEGGY SUE AMISONFacebookInstagramLinkedInEAST WINGHome PageArtsyFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSEBASTIAN DE LA LUZ (audio engineering)SoundcloudMICHAEL DOONEYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeJARVIS DOONEY GALLERYHome PageInstagramFacebookTwitter
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Jan 18th, 1981
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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18 hours, 30 minutes