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Think Make Tank’s projects are like interruptions.

Our base is in San Francisco at 151 Potrero Ave and much of the experiences that we create are housed and launched here. The projects also extend beyond these walls to the streets and other countries.

Think Make Tanks focus is playful inquiry.

We invite artists and audiences to question their perceptions through experiences. We want to examine the multiple truths of reality as a way of knowing ourselves — how we inhabit our lives and connect to others.


Space 151, SF, CA
March 3rd, 2018


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Think Make Tank is excited to present: Blindfold — a sound experience led by Jorge Bachmann. The audience is invited to a sensorial soundscape while resting blindfolded. Sound samples of field recordings in nature and urban settings come together to elicit senses and emotions triggered by selected sound waves and rhythm.



Space 151 Gallery, SF, CA
January 2018

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Le Corps Poétique is a group exhibition and event presented by Think Make Tank. Thirteen local and international artists are asked to examine and interpret the title of the exhibition, a play-on-words that can be translated as Poetic Corpus, hinting at both the physical body and the oeuvre.

Questioning the role of the body in a world where we too often feel dissociated from it, Le Corps Poétique explores the constant oscillation between physical and non-physical states through varied practices that include language, photography, video, performance and installation.

The layout of the exhibition can be navigated much like the brain processes body parts as a series of topographic maps - each part separate, but together, forming a whole. Liminal spaces are explore between the conscious and unconscious, lucid or dreamlike, intimate or public, feminine and masculine, physical and metaphysical, disturbing and peaceful, life and death.

Threshold Experience, Installation by Susann Volzer, Magali Charmot, Alex Nichols, Mushi Wooseong James.

The introductory installation takes the body through a process. An invitation to feel. The first floor gallery welcomes the public and aims to move people through poetic-scapes reflecting Le Corps Poétique’s themes. Each process is a form of transformation. Visitors are invited to cross over the threshold in a guided experiential journey. This singular production celebrates experimentation by eliciting the senses through a series of performances and mediations.

Exhibiting Artists: Sholeh Asgary, Jorge Bachmann, Ema Chang, Magali Charmot, Alice Charmot, Eilish Cullen, Qinmin Liu, Daniel Lorenze, Michael A. Mersereau, Alex Nichols & Mushi Wooseong James, Jessica Resmond, Ignacio Valero.

A view of Jérôme (far left) by Jorge Bachmann and Written on the Body by Daniel Lorenze.

A view of /ˈdisənəns/ Dissonance by Magali Charmot & Alice Charmot.

A view of Silent Feathers by Jessica Resmond (far right) and The Blind by Ema Chang (far left).

A view of Sun’s Surprise (far right) by Ginmin Liu and Jérôme (far left) by Jorge Bachmann.

Work by Michael Mersereau: The Roosevelt Highway

Work by Alex & Mushi: Hanbok / Chair Conversations.


Cologne, Germany, and
San Francisco, USA.
2016 — ongoing

Susann Volzer, from Cologne Germany, developed this project in San Francisco as a visiting artist of Think Make Tank in 2016. This collaboration embodies the personal and artistic growth core to Think Make Tank’s mission—which is to be a platform for experiences and vision to be explored and shared. This project, Muttertier, talks to different women around the world who have been told things about their identity in the profile of ‘mother.’  Muttertier works towards finding physical shapes and forms to these profilings as a form of catharsis and humor to the pain inflicted.

Muttertier is an ongoing project and the THINK MAKE TANK welcomes contributions from participating members.


The immersive dinners take place behind the scene in our studio 6 times a year. Each event is an opportunity to explore themes and questions around human perception and awareness.

The delicious food is cooked by the artists themselves who happen to be refined chefs with cooking influence from Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

Our dinners, much like our projects, reflect our values and aim to create shared experiences that make us question our perspectives. 


We welcome donations on a sliding scale of $40-$75. As we seek to create intimate experiences, your generous donations
cover the cost of the evening and fuels future immersive ideas and experiences.

Given the intimate nature of each event, we limit seating to 25 spots. Advanced donations are encouraged to secure your seat. Remember, if the next dinner is full, there is always an upcoming one.

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