||Welcome to my home page.
As this is in essence a very personal business card, I am
pleased to show you my work as an Artist. The main focus of
this Web page is to introduce my work to galleries, curators
and collectors. Be it through painting, writing, or collaborative
explorations with sound, movement and new media. Be it as curator
or organizer of group projects. Be it the very private and solitary
work within the studio, the intimate questions I seek to understand,
of nature, of matter, of light and movement, of myself. I am
currently seeking gallery representation in Europe and the USA.
When you have questions or seek further information please contact
me through the email formula.
Barbara Droubay is an internationally recognized artist from
New York City, New York. Her work has been shown in galleries
and collected privately in New York City and in both the East
and West coasts of America, (California, Oregon, Washington,
Utah,) and throughout Europe. (Vienna, Amsterdam, Berlin and
Paris.) She is now residing in Berlin, Germany where she engaged
in her work as a painter and is actively involved with artists
of all disciplines. She is joint curator of Arts at the newly
established arts space 'Ausland' in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.
Presently she is working on a current exibition series of new
drawings and paintings to be shown in the fall, as well as several
large collaborative works to be showcased in Berlin, Europe
Barbara worked as part of the Ausland team as Produktionsleiterin
(production manager) for 'RadioRiff', a week long live stream
radio broadcast from Ausland. Dec. 11-18th 2003. This year she
is organizing The Sound/Art collaboration entitled the "Visible
Sound Festival." Internationally recognized artists, and artists
working in Berlin, are brought together in this large scale
festival, to explore the nature of sound and sight. Presently
she is organizing an experimental piece entitled 'Binding Point'
exploring the potential of mark making as sound instruments.
Projects in berlin
Barbara moved to Berlin in May of 2002. Since her arrival here,
she created and participated in a multitude of exciting artistic
events exploring themes of interconnectedness and interdisciplinary
work between art and music: ('It's About Time" works for 6 paintings
and 6 musicians') participated in festivals and exhibitions
of an experimental nature: (The Screen Festival, 'Wandlungen'
A week long performance and visual arts festival using a room
length screen). And participated in collaborations such as ('Our
song is long'-12 hour composition with 3 painters and many musicians),
as well as 3 improvised time based visual description pieces
('Beschreibungen') delivered live for radio as participant of