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Edith Kollath sitting behind her work in the Munken works space

The artist Edith Kolath and her paper objects

Munken Works scholarship

How does the digitisation affect our world? how do we establish an influential relationship between the tangible and the virtual? how significant will be paper, the ancient culture bearer, in our time? In order to find answers to these questions, arctic paper awarded three scholarships to artists and creatives of all artistic disciplines focusing on the topic of paper.

In the Munken Works Space – a pop-up atelier in berlin’s prenzlauer berg quarter, designed specifically for this scholarship – three selected artists lived and worked here for four weeks in 2013. During this time, they had the opportunity to take an individual inventory with regard to the tension of ‘analogue and digital’.

Paper installation by Sandra Kühne

Installation of the artist Sandra Kühne

Sun Jung Hwang and Annemarie Van Den Berg in the Munken Works Space

The artist duo of Munken Works Space in Berlin, Sun Jung Hwang and Annemarie Van Den Berg, are creating a presentation of works based on e-mails sent to them.

Many people gathered in the Munken Works Space looking at the art works

Finnisage at the Munken Works Space in Berlin