JUNGE AKADEMIE

The JUNGE AKADEMIE supports international artists from all of the arts sections of the Akademie der Künste by providing residency and work fellowships as part of an interdisciplinary artist-in-residence programme. The three-month studio residencies offer fellows time, space and resources to focus on their art in a new environment. With this, the JUNGE AKADEMIE programme creates an open space for artistic research and the production of art and knowledge, which is actively shaped by each year's group of fellows together with mentors and members of the Akademie. It is an essential responsibility to maintain this free and protective space for artistic expression and exchange, experimentation and encounters across political and cultural borders.

Exhibition, Performances, Lectures

Alexander Khubeev, Tactile Illusions (2019), performance // Section Music

Barbara Delać, Wo sind wir hier, erzähl mir (Where are We, Tell Me / Gdje smo ovo, pričaj me), (2020), interdisciplinary performance // Section Literature

Barbara Delać, Wo sind wir hier, erzähl mir (Where are We, Tell Me / Gdje smo ovo, pričaj me), (2020), interdisciplinary performance // Section Literature

Opening Work Presentations Where The Story Unfolds, 2020

Cemile Sahin, CENTER SHIFT #01: I start again (2019), video installation // Section Visual Arts

Cemile Sahin, CENTER SHIFT #01: I start again (2019), video installation // Section Visual Arts

Johann Lurf, Installation on the film ★ (2020) // Section Film and Media Arts

Kaj Duncan David, Lecture about Myself (2019), audiovisal musical theatre setting for two performers // Section Music

Kleopatra Markou, Schwarzes Kästchen (2019), monologue, performance // Section Performing Arts

Marina Poleukhina, Becoming an Expression (2019), performance // Section Music

Kristine Tjøgersen, Piano Piece (2019/2020), for piano, electronics and live camera // Section Music

Kristine Tjøgersen, Piano Piece (2019/2020), for piano, electronics and live camera // Section Music

Origins

The support of young, international artists working in all artistic disciplines is a central task of the Akademie der Künste, which it fulfils through the JUNGE AKADEMIE’s artist-in-residence programme, and other awards of work and residency grants. This support has been firmly anchored in the statutes of the over 300-year-old cultural institution since 2007. Now, after nearly two decades of enduring commitment, a process initiated following the political upheaval in Germany in 1989, but before the subsequent merger of the two academies in East and West Berlin in 1993, has established a solid foundation. Continuing to pursue its objective to promote young talent from diverse networks and international contexts, the Akademie integrates these artists and their ideas into its work and current projects.

Digital Platform

The JUNGE AKADEMIE Digital Platform is a transdisciplinary and transcultural online magazine, a space to exhibit and experiment as well as a digital open studio that presents discussions between artists in the context of art and society, artistic works, (video) essays, stories, making-ofs, online laboratories and fiction, among other things. It is intended to facilitate networking between artists and exchange with the Akademie members, digital projects and the exchange of knowledge within the international community, and to make various voices, aesthetics and positions, collective processes and discourses heard and seen in articles and digital spaces. The platform is an essential part of the programme work of the JUNGE AKADEMIE.

The platform was developed and realised with the kind support of The Gesellschaft der Freunde der Akademie der Künste (Society of Friends of the Akademie der Künste).

Advisory Council

Hubertus von Amelunxen (Visual Arts Section)
Nele Hertling (Performing Arts Section)
Helke Misselwitz (Film and Media Arts Section)
Regine Leibinger (Architectur Section)
Samir Odeh-Tamimi (Music Section)
Kathrin Schmidt (Literature Section)