The exhibition If Mind Were All There Was at Kunstverein Göttingen presents the works and production processes of 11 international artists, artist collectives, writers, designers, and curators, who are all based in the Netherlands and have engaged in an intensive period of research in Germany through the AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz program:

ADA /Area for Debate and Art (NL, SRB, UK), Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan (NL), Maartje Fliervoet (NL), Florian Göttke (NL,D), Koehorst In’t Veld (NL), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL), Anna Okrasko (NL,PL), Steve Rushton (NL,UK), Martine van Kampen (NL), Stijn Verhoeff (NL), und Katarina Zdjelar (NL,SRB).

AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz was founded in 2010 by artists Susanne Kriemann and Aleksander Kamorov. It is the only artist-run residency for research based practices in Germany and offers residencies for a period of 2 to 4 months. Situated on the 10th floor of a Soviet-era apartment building overlooking Alexanderplatz, AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz serves as a living space, production studio, and meeting point for artists, curators, designers, and theorists with a range of research interests. ABA also organizes readings, presentations, performances, and salons with residents are Berlin-based artists on the notion of art as research.