August 14 ‚Äď 19, 2017

Drawing in Space

Mona Jas

 
COURSE OUTPUT

Interventions

drawing in space – test our possibilities – engage in critical reflection – develop a narrative based on the people and architecture from the context of the surrounding neighbourhood: temporary housing, the landmark, the trade union, schools, apartments – use of different mediums to translate and visualize these narratives – present the results in a space inside the Bauhaus monument, installed as a temporary installation in this space

 

Photo by Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017


Victoria Tomaschko © 2017

 
In transdisciplinary, long-term projects, artist Mona Jas examines artistic dialogues in various social fields and constellations. The focus is on contemporary art, visual culture, social inclusion, and artistic research combined with the question of shaping and changing society. Perception through drawing, language, and movement form the basis of her work, which is presented in the form of installations, publications, and workshops. Mona, received her Masters in Art from UdK Berlin and was the recipient of a postgraduate fellowship from the Berlin Senate; later she was awarded travel grants to Istanbul as well as a DAAD grant for Montr√©al / New York, and the Berlin Senate‚Äôs work grant. She received the first grant for art mediation awarded by nGbK. Her works have been presented in Utopics, the 11th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition in Biel / Bienne, Gleisdreieck art in public space in Berlin, Museion, Bolzano, in cooperation with ES contemporary art gallery, S√ľddeutsche Kunstverein, the exhibition Europa U Bahn 55 Bundestag, and Brandenburger Kunstverein. She is an honorary professor at Kunsthochschule Weissensee Berlin, a member of the education faculty at documenta 14, and, as an artist, is the director of art mediation for the 10th Berlin Biennial.