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Interview with Mia Morris

Interview with Mia Morris

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Mia Morris, Artist from Berlin, tells us about her Funkyrotic Art project, her recent exhibtions at a hairdresser´s salon and at Freudenhaus Hase, a brothel in Berlin-Wedding.

Indieberlin empfiehlt Euch diesen Monat:

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kafx Workshop “Warum kreative Unternehmen ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal brauchen” mit der Dozentin Frau Dr.Kerstin Gernig (Agentur für Kommunikationsgestaltung Berlin)

Wann: Mittwoch, 21. März 2012 in der Zeit von 11:00 bis 16:00 Uhr

Wo: In den Räumen der Kreativagentur Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (kafx), Lobeckstr. 36 – 40 (U-Bhf. Moritzplatz)

The Plight of the Hipsters

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There’s one phrase I’ve heard over and over again since moving to Berlin at the start of
this year, from locals and new arrivals alike. “You can wear whatever you want in Berlin.
Nobody judges you. Anything goes.” And that philosophy is admirably true for everybody, with the exception of Berlin’s beleaguered hipsters.

Dreams of a Life: A forgotten life remembered

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In 2006, bailiffs investigating overdue rent in a London council flat broke down the door and discovered the body of a woman. It was in such an advanced state of decomposition that the cause and time of death could not be confirmed. Surrounded by partly-wrapped Christmas presents, with the television still tuned to the channel she’d been watching when she died, it was estimated that she had lain undiscovered for three years. Dreams of a Life explores how this could happen.

Ecstatic Aesthetic Blog Announcement

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Hi there,

this is a little blurb to let you know about the existence of the blog of one of our favourite independent Berlin fashion designers….Soon you’ll be getting a little update of her fashion bits’n’pieces as well as news about the inside crowd of Berlin independent designers – the ones who put on their own Berlin fashion shows like But and Better and the like, the ones we’re all excited about, the ones that make us crave for the taste of tomorrow. When does that start, btw?

Mia Morris Photo Shooting

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Behind the scenes pix of Mia Morris Fashion Shooting:

From the first photo to a defined piece of art is sometimes quite a process. Some of our behind the scnes photos will give you an impression of this process and let you have a gasp of the set atmosphere….

Indieberlin’s favourite visual artist moves on up

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After her successful exhibition (“Mia Mor’is Funkyrotic”) in Freudenhaus Hase, Funkyrotic is now showing some of her work in John’s Artiger Frisiersalon on Danziger Str. Art manager Jörg Prüsse came to the Hase show, and agreed to put her work on show. Jörg has a Berlin fame in his own right, as the former GDR’s celebrity hairdresser, with his own TV show where he would amid other stunts cut hair with a Samurai sword. Jörg’s son Johnny, also an artist, now runs John’s Artiger Frisiersalon on Danziger Strasse 9, an artist hangout come gallery, where you can get your hair cut, see some art and soak up the local kunstler gossip, and it’s here that Funky’s works are now to be seen. If you walk a few metres up from the Eberswalde U-Bahnhof in the heart of the trendy Prenzlauerberg district you’ll see Funkyrotic’s “Meany” looking moodily out at you, together with a couple of babes with their legs wrapped around each other. To see a few more pictures step inside and check her work out. You might even end up getting your hair cut at the same time. Or perhaps just a shampoo while FR’s Russian Beauty pouts suggestively down at you.