Slade Templeton a.k.a. Crying Vessel
Technically, CRYING VESSEL is a one-man-show most of the time. Probably best described as a postwave-industrial-indie-synth-pop project, it is the artistic outlet of US-born musician and recording engineer Slade Templeton. From time to time he seeks out support in the studio or during live shows from various accompanying artists, especially drummer Basil who is planning to become a more steady member of the band going forward. Slade and Basil are both living in and working out of Bern, Switzerland.
More than three years after my graduation I am proud to be part of a group exhibition
of former students of NEUE SCHULE FÜR FOTOGRAFIE in Berlin.
I will be showing work from the past two years:
Artist portraits as well as jobs I did for magazines and companies.
Come around and have a look!
Vernissage: 02.03.2018 – 19h
Exhibition: 03.03. – 08.04.2018
Gallery will be open Tuesdays to Sundays, 13-18h
Neue Schule für Fotografie
The Swedish photography community YOUPIC asked me for an interview about my career and work. Find the interview via the link.
There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs. And madmotormiquel has climbed them all, one by one. His charisma has made him an icon and a favorite within Berlin’s Kater family with regular gigs at the infamous SaSoMo events as well as other big nights at the legendary club, ever since the days of Bar25 and KaterHolzig.
With a warm energy and simplicity, he transmits his love for nature, people and new experiences through his music. He’s that breed of DJ who inherently pulls you to the dancefloor, make you want to skip work on Monday morning and make it worth your while.
Born and raised in West Berlin, the multitalent has released records on leading labels in the scene including Heinz Music, Katermukke, and Underyourskin records. Moreover, being the co-founder of URSL records, he has left his musical imprint in Berlin’s techno cosmos and around the world.
As if this wasn’t enough, madmotormiquel—real name: Michi—has been a part of Fusion Festival since the early 2000s as well as the heart and soul of the infamous Bachstelzen party collective for the past 12 years.
Berlin’s abandoned Willner Brewery is expecting the same fate as many other locations in Berlin—an investor bought the areal and put an end to the countless cultural events that used to take place in the old buildings.
As a last tribute to this unique location a high-profiled artist collective created the LOST art festival during the last days before Christmas 2017.
Now imagine this abandoned brewery filled by 160 artists from the basement to the attic with all kinds of art for a 48h non-stop show. You walk from one room to the next and find an amazing piece in every corner.
Take a walk with me…