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From April to November, Thomas bo Henriksson opens his studio in the Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin, to present a great series of art exhibitions and interdisciplinary events for you.

We also collaborate on multi-media events with our fellow Wiesenburgers
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28.10.2022 8 pm
Free – donation at door
Moving sound from speaker horns rotation
Voice dance comes flying in play conversation
City beating mountain call sounding
Earth megaphonic lullabies pounding
Echoes comprise
the meaning of life
Rainbow will take you by the hand
And lead you to the Audiocopter land
Audiocopter is a Swedish duo consisting of the multi-artist Audiopussy and the cellist and composer Sebastian Rubinstein Öberg, making a sound/music/dance/voice performance with a self-invented rotating horn speaker instrument.

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Paintings by Thomas bo Henriksson

18th September — 9th November 2022

Opening on the 18th of September 3 – 7 pm
Musical performance by Liron Yariv and Chatschatur Kanajan at 4 pm, Gerichtstrasse 23, 13347 Berlin presents the third exhibition of Swedish artist Thomas bo Henriksson, whose works radiate with continuous honesty, drama and joy, optic heaviness and playful lightness, rhythmic systems and total coincidences. The new series of paintings continues the exploration of his previous show, Beyond Singularities. In that earlier exhibition, Henriksson introduced an inventive vocabulary of “colour chords,” where thick layers of oil paint create almost three-dimensional forms to expose the way the paintings live and evolve over time.
The new body of work presented in the current exhibition extends from the artist’s idea of colour chords to expose the rhythmic movement of his brush on the canvas and reveal a musical component inspired by the violin instrumentalist Chatschatur Kanajan.
Henriksson says, “Paintings become art when what you perceive is bigger than what your eyes can see. Good paintings open doors to new inner landscapes. When you let them flow through your imagination, you can encounter moments of eternity again and again.”
The element of time is suggested in part through the artist’s use of color. As the artist asserts, “To paint with a brush is like travelling through time.” The recent works contain color references to other paintings as a way to journey through the history of art. Henriksson believes that “Colours build bridges between the worlds, form their identities.”

The History of the Wiesenburg

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