Introducing Our Newest Team Member – Chloe Gale

Here at indieBerlin, we're delighted to introduce our newest member of our team: Chloe Gale. Chloe is a British expat, who has been weaned on Downton, English Breakfast tea and...

Meet Susann Kirkuss, Ms indieberlin radio herself

We first met Susann when she interviewed us for Radio Impala - a local independent radio station that featured independent art, music and similar in Berlin. We found out that...

Simona Turini liest Bücher für uns

Die deutsche indielit-Rubrik kommt ja so langsam ins Rollen. Ich lese und schreibe und verlose und besuche klassische Lesungen, lustige Lesungen, nackte Lesungen und all sowas,...
Meet the team – Mia Morris

Meet the team – Mia Morris

Mia Morris’s first art project that saw the light of day was what became known as the funkyrotic project. Heavily underpinned by the eroticism that she sees everywhere in everyday life and drawing from the nineties fashion magazine aesthetic, Mia photographed herself and others and then engaged on heavy bouts of photo manipulation, printing the photos onto large sheets of paper, reworking them with paints and whatever she found to hand, repeatedly rescanning and reprinting them and doing whatever she could think of to bend the original images to the vision she held in her head.
The funkyrotic project surfaced with an exhibition – „Mi a mor’ is funkyrotic“ – which she put on in a bordello that occasionally doubled as an exhibition space in a seedy part of West Berlin. So that the figures in her pictures, erotic portraits – and often self-portraits – in their repainted and altered states and blown up onto metre-high canvases, ended up gazing down from bedroom walls onto whatever scenes were played out in the rooms of the place.

Soundtrack via under creative commons, Music title “Prom Theme” by The Womb

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meet the team – Noel Maurice

meet the team – Noel Maurice

To show you once again a more personal side of indieberlin, we have decided to introduce to you the indieberlin team little by little.

… and this time it’s Noel Maurice under the spotlight!

Noel Maurice first arrived young and fresh-faced in early 90s Berlin after taking a wrong turn somewhere and deciding to stay. He landed directly in Tacheles and lived there in the early days of the now famous art house, helping to shape the brand new underground scene. In between helping to start clubs and helping to end them he managed simultaneously to enjoy the wilder aspects of the scene while also forming, joining and leaving numerous indie bands and collectives.

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