Stine Marie Jacobsen
Danish artist Stine Marie Jacobsen reflects on the philosophical aspects of the German language in this critical, yet also hilarious linguistic guide to the throbbing and international cultural scene of Berlin. Aspiring artists and curators will find useful advice for making themselves understood in various typical professional, social and practical situations in Berlin. Others might find interesting insights into the paralinguistic enclave of international cultural actors in a city known as the cultural nerve center of Europe. Jacobsen—herself an immigrant artist—has lived and worked for several years in Berlin, where she taught German grammar and language to fellow artists. In German for Artists she shares her linguistic and anthropological knowledge of Berlin’s intriguing artists’ scene. Jacobsen has exhibited and performed extensively internationally with shows in Germany, Denmark, Turkey, Finland and China.
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