The exhibition by Bettina Pousttchi ‘In Recent Years’ deals with the topic of synchronicity of global realities and examines them from new perspectives. Photographer Alex KILIAN c/o FREDA+WOOLF staged Bettina in this environment.
The BERLINISCHE GALERIE on the artist: “Bettina Pousttchi works at the intersection between sculpture, photography and architecture. Her site-specific photographic interventions adopt an architectural scale, often taking up whole walls of buildings and referencing the urban or historical context of a place.”
About – Bettina Pousttchi was born in Mainz in 1971. She studied at the Art Academy in Düsseldorf and completed the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. She gained widespread recognition for her photographic installation “Echo” (2009/2010) on the façade of the Temporäre Kunsthalle in Berlin and for the “World Time Clock” (2008–2016), a major series of photographs from around the world. In it, the artist composes a philosophically thoughtful image of synchronicity and depicts a globalized reality uncoupled from time and space. Bettina Pousttchi lives in Berlin. The exhibition was opened as part of the Berlin Art Week and is still on display through 17 August, 2020. GoSee: berlinischegalerie.de//bettina-pousttchi