Andreas Fiedler will hand over the artistic direction of the KINDL – Center for Contemporary Art in Berlin in spring 2020. At his own request, he has terminated his permanent contract in order to work from Berlin as a freelance curator again in the future and to devote himself to new projects. A finding committee has already begun its work to fill the vacancy.
During his almost eight years as founding director, Andreas Fiedler has built up, developed and consolidated the structural and content-related orientation of the building and anchored the new institution in Berlin’s cultural landscape within a short space of time. The exhibition series conceived by him in the 20-metre-high Kesselhaus with only one artistic work per year gives the KINDL a unique profile. The site-specific interventions in the Kesselhaus by Roman Signer, David Claerbout, Haegue Yang, Thomas Scheibitz, and Bettina Pousttchi, as well as the solo and group exhibitions in the Maschinenhaus curated by Andreas Fiedler, have made the KINDL known far beyond Berlin as a venue for international, contemporary art at the highest level. …
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Image caption: The KINDL Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin-Neukölln – Photo: Jens Ziehe