Artist Talk: Monica Bonvicini

 Portrait of Monica Bonvicini. © Monica Bonvicini and VG-Bildkunst, Bonn 2022. Photo: Olaf Heine

For Spike’s sixth artist talk at Soho House Berlin, “Dismantling the Master’s House,” Monica Bonvicini will speak with Spike contributing editor Francesco Tenaglia about her sculptural practice, which investigates the links between architecture, gender, and power, as well as her ongoing exhibition “I do You,” on view at the Neue Nationalgalerie until 30 April.

Begins 19h on Tuesday 11 April 2023 at
Soho House, “Torstrasse 1” (second floor), Torstraße 1, 10119 Berlin
The bar will be open until 9pm

RSVP to before Monday 10 April; seating is limited
And check out “Cage Club,” a 2004 interview with the artist from the first issue of Spike.

Monica Bonvicini is a visual artist born in Venice and based in Berlin. She emerged to international acclaim in the mid-1990s, winning the Golden Lion at the 1999 Venice Biennial. Exhibited since in prominent institutions and biennials around the world, her one-of-a-kind installations always critically reflect on their spatial contexts and are marked out by their biting humor and aesthetic directness – think scaffolds, texts, and lots of chains.