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Berlin.Status [2]

Berlin.Status [2]

 

Künstlerhaus Bethanien
Kottbusser Str. 10, 10999 Berlin, Germany

 

Starts 23.05. Ends 16.06.2013

 

Berlin.Status [2] marks the second survey of new tendencies and trends in Berlin’s art scenes, undertaken by the curators Sven Drühl and Christoph Tannert. It will include both a publication launched on Thursday 23 May and an exhibition that runs 23 May - 16 June 2013. Berlin.Status [2] is dedicated to tomorrow: presenting works by more than 50 artists it permits a look ahead to the potentials of the youngest generation of artists, although they made quite clear even during preparations for the exhibition that there would be no big bang after which everything would be different...

Emma Waltraud Howe, Daniel Lergon, Jennis Li Cheng Tien, David Adamo, Song-Ming Ang, Julius von Bismarck, Thomas Chapman, Lise Chevalier, Simon Denny, Mariechen Danz, Uros Djurovic, Peter Dobroschke, Aleksandra Domanovic, Antje Engelmann, Larissa Fassler, Thilo Frank, Max Frisinger, Wolfgang Ganter, Stefanie Gutheil, Claas Gutsche, Emma Waltraud Howes, Zhang Hui, Michelle Jezierski, John Kleckner, Christoph Knäbich, Nuri Koerfer, Clemens Krauss, MARCELLVS L., Cyrill Lachauer, Oliver Laric, Daniel Lergon, Jennis Cheng Tien Li, Philip Loersch, Nik Nowak, Tim Plamper, Sophia Pompéry, Gabriel Rossell Santillán, Moritz Schleime, Dennis Scholl, Bettina Scholz, Sarah Schönfeld, Robert Seidel, Pola Sieverding, Lu Song, Natalia Stachon, Tim Stapel, Despina Stokou, Henning Strassburger, Asli Sungu, Reijiro Wada, Johannes Weiss, Clemens Wilhelm, Jordan Wolfson, Michael Wutz

Curated by Sven Drühl and Christoph Tannert

 

http://www.bethanien.de


The Possibility of an Island

The Possibility of an Island

 

Import Projects
Keithstrasse 10, 10787 Berlin

Starts 01.06. Ends 20.06.2013
 

 

 

 

Artists
Julieta Aranda
Mohamed Azzam Axza
Goldin+Senneby
Daniel Keller
Antti Laitinen
Mariyam Omar
Bik Van der Pol
Alexander Ponomarev
Andrew Ranville
Antoine Renard
Nicholas Roberts

 

Curated by Elena Gilbert and Nadim Samman


Just as John Donne reported his discovery – that ‘no man is an island, entire of itself’, but ‘a piece of the continent, a part of the main’ – so Thoreau announced that 'the smallest stream is a Mediterranean sea'. In the particular, macro potential is revealed. Since Plato, through Defoe and Swift, via Gauguin, and in the work of numerous contemporary artists the island figure has been employed to negotiate relationships between the real and the imaginary, utopia and dystopia, selfhood and otherness, centre and periphery. This exhibition charts the topography of this intellectual archipelago – interrogating the possibility of isolation in the 21st Century.

Image: Alexander Ponomarev, Maya: A Lost Island, Barents Sea, 2000. Dual channel video

 

http://import-projects.org/


The I Love You Project

The I Love You Project


Schillerpalais e.V.
Kunst- und Aktionsraum

Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin

Starts 15.06.2013 Ends 16.06.2013

The I Love You Project® is a global interactive traveling social art project celebrating diversity. Artists Debbie T. Davies and Julius Schön photograph and videotape human participants saying “I Love You” in their native language using a digital microscope camera. This technology captures unexpected portraits that play with skin tone, contrast, and light.

Copyright: Debbie Davis

 

http://www.schillerpalais.de/48stunden


LIVING ARCHIVE

LIVING ARCHIVE

 

Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststr. 69, 10117 Berlin

 

Starts 01.06. Ends 23.06.2013
 

 

 

 

 

Within the framework of the festival LIVING ARCHIVE, KW Institute for KW Contemporary Art exhibits the results of the project LIVING ARCHIVE – ARCHIVE WORK AS CONTEMPORARY ARTISTIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE. The project was initiated in das 2011 by Arsenal –- Institute for Film and Video Art e. V., and offered artists, curators and other researchers the opportunity to develop a contemporary approach to the archive over a period of two years.

The participants present their research and their responses to Arsenal’s collection with screenings, installations, collections of materials and performances. On view are artistic as well as academic approaches to the archive, founded 50 years ago and containing about 8000 cinematic works.

The exhibition shows examinations of found footage in form and content, as well as reflections on the archive as a medium and on archival processes. Susanne Sachsse for example scrutinizes, inspired by a record of Brecht’s DIE MUTTER at Berliner Ensemble theater from 1958, what “serious ladies” might actually mean. Stephan Geene shows in a performance and a film the failure of staging a performative act. Film theorist Sabine Nessel and her class accompany the documentary short film WERNER HERZOG EATS HIS SHOE (Les Blank, 1980) with footage, drawing connecting lines, providing background information and creating new relations. Martin Ebner translates films schematically into objects containing individual information on length and structure, and Florian Zeyfang engages with the image between the cut of two film shots.

Image
Marc Siegel, Ludwig Schönherr: Sonata für vier Fernseher (1968-1971) Film Grab

 

http://www.kw-berlin.de/


the delicate balance of terror | Knut Eckstein and Maja Rohwetter

the delicate balance of terror | Knut Eckstein and Maja Rohwetter

 

Galerie Axel Obiger
Brunnenstraße 29
10119 Berlin

Starts 01.06. Ends 29.06.2013

 

http://www.axelobiger.com/