schneeeule-raum-psf2016

Schneeeule is a project space based in Berlin and run by Matti Bergmann and Silke Nowak. Founded in 2012, Schneeeule is a space for exhibitions, screenings and lectures with varying locations.

The venue for the first couple events was a salesroom in the Berlin Carré, located at Alexanderplatz in Berlin­Mitte. Since then, various venues have been used for the following events – such as a garden, a bar or a cultural center.

In order to meet a large scope of different approaches towards exhibition making, Schneeeule is dedicated to collaboration, and thus invites different artists as well as curators. Another objective of Schneeeule is to present concealed positions, especially from female artists, by making them visible and give them space for a public debate. Showing Verena Pfisterer’s work, for instance, led to an increased attention to her artistic position within the contemporary art context. Further exhibitions and screenings featured paintings, drawings and films by Verena Schirz­Jahn, Coleen Fitzgibbon and Annabel Nicolson.