"Art is the expansion into greater consciousness, the practice of opening up to what is.
It is measure and proof of the quality of our experiencing.
It is the action of putting insight into the NOW.
If meditation is my anchor then Art is my grounding.
Life is Art and Art is Life. Inseparably. One." - Bernd Haussmann
BERND HAUSSMANN born in Tuebingen, Germany, has been a US resident since 1994. He divides his time between his studios north of Boston and in western Maine where he also works with his wife Anne on a 450-acre nature project. Haussmann exhibits nationally and internationally, in galleries and non-profit venues. His work has also been visible at numerous national and international art fairs. His works are in many corporate collections and in a number of national and international museum collections.
Haussmann embraces the dialogue with his audience and the inclusion of the environment into his work. He engages in interactive projects and collaborations such as "Video Sonic Project" with the Media Institute of the University of Tuebingen; "Darwin's Coral - One Ocean Project", a collaborative exhibit with OneWorldOneOcean; "The Third Image", a photo project with Rick Ashley; "The Nucleus Project" with Werner Trotter; White-Out in collaboration with Mote Marine, Conor Goulding, in Sarasota, FL "Sea Debris Awareness Through Art"; and others.
He engages scientists in a non-verbal dialogue, "Dialogues", at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT; participates in transatlantic exhibitions such as "KunstTraject langs de Leie", Belgium, and "Art in Embassies", Brussels; creates site-specific exhibitions such as at the ballroom of the Goethe Institute Boston; and more. Haussmann was the artist-in-residence at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, 2012 - 2015. Haussmann also enjoys the exchange with fellow artists and students. He has been a mentor and educator at Lesley University, Art Institute of Boston, and at New Hampshire Institute of Art; and since 2014 has been offering courses at the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Truro; the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown; and the Montserrat College of Art, Beverly.