Gargonza Arts

Ein Projekt von INTERARTES

Artists in Residence 2012

Fine Arts/ Photography

© Isaak Broder

Isaak Broder

Website of Isaak Broder


© Anna Overmeyer

Micky Damm

Website N222 – Architekur, Design und Kunst Kollektiv


© Conor Clarke

Kevin Kuhn was born in Göttingen 1981 and studied Philosophy, Art History and Religious Studies at the University of Tübingen. In 2012 his debut novel Hikikomori (Berlin Velag) was published. He lectures in creative writing at the Institut für Literarisches Schreiben & Literaturwissenschaft at the University of Hildesheim. Recently he was awarded the annual scholarship of the Land Niedersachsen (2015) and was artist in residence at the Villa Decius in Poland (2013). He currently lives in Berlin. His next novel will be released in 2016.

Website of Kevin Kuhn


© Sven Ratzel

Genoël von Lilienstern, born 1979 in Monschau, West-Germany. Composition studies under Younghi Pagh-Paan in Bremen and under Hanspeter Kyburz at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin. At the Conservatory the Hague he studied Sonology under Clarenz Barlow. He received grants from Cité Internationale des Arts Paris,  Academy of Arts Berlin and he was Fellow of  Ensemble Modern Academy Frankfurt and the Graduate School of the UdK Berlin.

His works have been internationally performed by ensembles such as the Ensemble Intercontemporain Paris, Ensemble Modern, the SWR Orchester and the Stuttgarter Vocalsolisten.

A new musictheatre of Genoël von Lilienstern will be premiered at the Biennale Munich 2016.

He lives as a freelance composer in Berlin.

Fine Arts/Painting

© Sandra Altmeyer

Sandra Schlipköter, born 1979 in Solingen, found her way to painting during her design studies at the Ruhrakademie in Schwerte. She graduated there with a diploma in Free Art and moved to Düsseldorf. One year later she started her studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. As a 'Meisterschülerin' of Eberhard Havekost she obtained her degree there in 2012. Since then she has been living in Berlin and is co-founder of the independent project space HilbertRaum in Neukölln.

Website of Sandra Schlipköter

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