Beyoncé 4,95

  • BEYONCÉ 4,95
  • 2013
  • digital photography
  • 12 c-prints on alu-dibond
  • 370x33/50cm
  • Kerstin Weichsel
SOLO SHOW, rosalux—the Berlin-based art space

June 29 – July 27, 2013 | photo exhibition

August 24, 2013 | art brunch

August 31 – September 21, 2013 | installations, video, info lounge, photo exhibition

<< Just click on the photo to start the video!

video introduction to FACEANDBOOK.ME / Beyoncé 4,95 by Tiny Domingos, director of rosalux—the Berlin-based art office, August 30, 2013.

Filmed by Axel Goppelt.

Facing a compulsive veneration of fashion, beauty and irresponsible consumption in generalwatch out for FACEANDBOOK.ME activities.

Kerstin Weichsel’s current exhibition, Beyoncé 4.95, consists of thematically intensifying arrangements of a video, enormously striking everyday objects, photos and documentations as part of her art campaign FACEANDBOOK.ME that challenges propaganda marketing strategies. Resistance is futile, isn’t it?

In 2001 Kerstin Weichsel was the artistic director for the multimedia exhibition `HOMO@HABITATThe Evolution of British Lifestyle Design´, where she developed ten installations central to the theme featuring fashion, interior design, product design and new media. Homo@Habitat has appeared at Hadrian’s Temple, Rome 2001, and at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Prague 2002. The exhibition displayed a man-made world that goes far beyond man’s needs and that he or she is completely unable to cope with. Kerstin Weichsel lives and works in Berlin. (The show was organized by the London based British European Design Group—BEDG).