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Out Of Order

Kunstquartier Bethanien
Dec 9 2022 — Jan 8 2023

An exhibition project by and with Margherita Pevere, Theresa Schubert, Karolina Żyniewicz & guests

About the exhibition

Membranes Out Of Order responds to the current ethical and cultural challenges posed by the interplay of biotechnology and ecology. It focuses on the thought-provoking practice of Berlin-based artists Margherita Pevere, Theresa Schubert and Karolina Żyniewicz and involves international guests. The artists themselves will curate an innovative exhibition concept based on their artworks and research materials that will be presented to the audience for the first time. Read more

Program and Events

Exhibition Opening
December 9, 7-22pm
Opening hours
Tuesday-Friday 2 - 8pm + Saturday-Sunday 1-7pm
Talks with international guests
January 7 2023, 5-7pm
Book launch
February 4 2023, Atelierhof Kreuzberg

About the artists

Margherita Pevere
Margherita Pevere (IT/DE) is finalizing a PhD in artistic research and queer studies at Aalto University in Helsinki. The complex of her works moves at the interface between body and environment. Starting with reproductive organs, frameworks between sexuality and gender are explored. She is a co-founder of the art group Fronte Vacuo.

Theresa Schubert
Dr. Theresa Schubert (DE) received her PhD in media art from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany. In an aesthetic between alchemy and futurism, Theresa Schubert’s works question anthropocentrism and its limits. She raises issues such as our treatment of meat, factory farming, but also our own bodies as resources.

Karolina Żyniewicz
Karolina Żyniewicz (PL/DE)  is a PhD candidate in the Nature-Culture international PhD program at the Faculty of Liberal Arts, University of Warsaw, and previously graduated from the Academy of Arts in Lodz. She decided to make biology, biotechnology, and bio-medicine the background of her artistic practices.


From Mid December onwards, there will be audio descriptions on our website and soundcloud. These are specifically made to enable visually impaired people access to the show and our works.