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April Gertler and Adrian Schiesser

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE Calendar, April Gertler and Adrian Schiesser

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE Calendar, April Gertler and Adrian SchiesserSpot the Difference Calendar
April Gertler and Adrian Schiesser
WirWir Berlin


Softcover, spiral bound
14 pages
402 x 300 mm
ISBN Not Applicable


‘SPOT THE DIFFERENCE was developed during the first COVID lockdown in Berlin in Spring 2020. While in conversation with my 9 year old niece about her weekly school newsletter, I suggested that she add a SPOT THE DIFFERENCE section. She was unfamiliar with what that was, so my partner and I did a playful shoot together. She was so elated, she decided to join us weekly via Zoom and we all worked together to make the images.’ – April Gertler

About the Artist
April Gertler is an American artist who has been living and working in Berlin since 2005. She studied Social Science Interdisciplinary Studies at University California, Berkeley (BA, – Hons), Photography at the California College of the Arts (BFA) and Photography at Bard College (MFA). April did an exchange semester at the Städelschule in Frankfurt/Main, which is what initially brought her to Germany.

April’s work rotates around the idea of the communal experience as an access point which has taken a variety of forms for her including the lecture performance, self-published artist books, one night bars and exhibitions, in addition to durational artist walks. Further extensions of her practice include her cultural programming and curatorial projects.

Adrian Schiesser (DE) graduated from Goldsmiths College, London (1996) with a degree in Fine Art and Critical Theory. His work ranges from installations, prints and audio works and is often produced in relation to existing logic systems, by reconfiguring abstract models of representation of reality. He has recently shown work at Kunstpunkt, Berlin; Galerie Meyer, Marseille, France; Spor Klübü, Berlin and tête, Berlin.

About the Publisher
The project space is located in former shop premises in Berlin-Neukölln. The name WIRWIR, connects to the history of the 49m² space. Amongst its many iterations of use, it was once a brothel catering specifically to a Turkish clientele. The word vır vır means brothel in Turkish street slang and by changing a few letters, but not the pronunciation, the name WIRWIR, meaning we we, was born. WIRWIR hosts ongoing projects, and will also develop new projects along the way which will continue to shift formats by offering varying platforms for art works and artists.