Hadas Tapouchi


Hadas is fascinated by how society is designed by constructs of culture that are formed through architecture, psychology, and education. Especially concerned with the way in which society assimilates these constructs and obeys them, her work addresses these issues through visual documentation and research.

Questions such as how normalisation is embodied in power and why society needs this power, have been leading her research. Power strives to be understood as something unreachable; through banality it assumes a double character, both overexposed and invisible/hidden simultaneously.  


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  • Up in Arms

    NGBK, Berlin, DE.

    28.09 / 15.12 - 2019

    Curators group: Ayşe Güngör, Cassandra Mehlhorn, Gabriela Seith, Amalie Sølling-Jørgensen, Johanna Werner.

  • The Symbolism of Maps.

    CLB, Berlin, DE.

    07.02 / 01.03 -2020.

    Curator: Lisa Gordon

  • Letters from Home.

    Bauhaus Museum Dessau DE.

    01.10 2020.

    Curator: Burghard Duhm.