INTERIORS TO BEING takes visitors and invited artists into an intimate encounter within the homes, gardens and streets of Berlin as well as the lives of strangers.
PAULINE DOUTRELUINGNE was one of seven curators for interiors to being. Her chapter in the series, titled HOSTING, took place in a wild garden in Berlin’s Mitte district. HOSTING was a material and discursive exploration of symbionts, parasites, and other relations. Viewing the subject matter from political, biological, economical and social perspectives, Pauline created an artistic platform that, over the course of a month, staged a broad spectrum of events, from garden salon, exhibition, and artist talks, to the curatorial marathon, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? ––an evening event at which nine international Berlin based curators talked about their practice.
Pauline Doutreluingne is an independent curator. Recent projects include Picture Berlin 2015 and The Next Big Thing is Not a Thing at NAiM/Bureau Europa (Maastricht, NL) and Agency of Living Organisms at Tabakalera, San Sebastian, Spain in October 2016.