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Dynamics of Visual Silence

Éva Rozália Tankó und Álvaro Sendra González

28 June 2024 19:00–22:00 29 June 2024 13:00–22:00 30 June 2024 13:00–19:00
In our accelerated city life, the artworks on display provide a space of tranquility to appreciate detailed drawings and the rhythmic flow of queer poetry. These selected pieces create a place of visual silence, aligning the observer's inner feelings with the external visual information in a harmonious rhythm.

As part of this experience, the framed poems capture moments of female desire, intimacy and joy. Complementing this, the clear and minimalistic linear drawings offer a dynamic visual composition, adding movement to the overall atmosphere.


Éva Rozália Tankó und Álvaro Sendra González

Éva Rozália Tankó is a queer artist based in Berlin. She studied Dance, Context and Choreography at the Berlin University of the Arts and owns a Master of Arts in German Language and Literature from the University of Pécs. Her works are mainly informed by basic principles of body and movement practices. In her artistic research she approaches different fields of interest through sensing relating, informing translated into the the visual realm.
Álvaro Sendra González (*1983, Spain) is a Berlin-based artist, a bookshop owner and a voracious reader of both literature and art catalogues. After being focused the last 8-9 years mostly on digital collages, he came back to figurative painting four years ago. Among his influences we could list anything from byzantine miniatures to independent comic


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