2013 MAY 16

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ONGOING PROJECTS AND ASSOCIATE CURATORS’ PROGRAMME:
◊ EROGATE/SURROGATE PERFORMANCE DOCUMENTS + BECOMING WITH
 VERB WOMAN TV/VERB FRAU TV
◊ CUT INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL
– FRAMEWORK
– WATER
– SILENCE 
– ARTIST IN EXHIBITION 
– ON OFF MOMENTS


PictureTHIS PROJECTS RUNS ON MAY 16TH, MAY 22ND, 23RD, 25TH, 26TH, 27TH & 28TH. DOWNLOAD PDF FOR FULL PROGRAMME

TIME: May 16th 17:00-23:00 / May 22nd exhibition opening from 19:00 (running until May 31st) / May 23rd from 17:00 / May 25th from 17:00 / May 26th from 17:00 / May 27th 14:00-19:00 / May 28th from 17:00
ENTRANCE: free/donations
WHERE: KUNSTHALLE am Hamburger Platz | Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin | Gustav-Adolf-Str. 140, 13086 Berlin | www.kunsthalle.kunsthochschule-berlin.de

WATCHING A CAT WATCHING A MOUSE HOLE
Curated by Patrycja German, Prof. Thaddäus Hüppi
– lab for tomorrow – in collaboration with Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin

16 students and young graduates from Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin, UdK Berlin and several other art schools all over Germany will work together on a series of  site-specific performances taking place at the Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz and its neighbourhood in Weissensee. The performance day (May 16th) will be followed by an exhibition (starting from May 22nd) and lectures (May 23rd, 25th, 26th & 28th) as well as another performance project on May 27th . The artists will explore the question of  what other kind of media, beside photography and video, are appropriate to document/translate their live art actions into an exhibition piece readable to someone who has not seen the actual performance.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE (full description in the downloadable file):

Performance May 16th
with Ruth Biene, Christophe de Rohan Chabot, Anna Gohmert, Guðríður Skugga Guðlaugsdóttir, Helene Hellmich & Veronica Wüst, Timo Herbst, Thari Jungen, Tina Linster, Carmen Loch, Lucie Mercadal, Almut Reichenbach, Vinzenz Reinecke, Nina von Seckendorff, Sabrina Schuppelius

Exhibition opening May 22nd
All lectures are in German

Lecture May 23rd
  „Vielen Dank für die Blumen…“ – Performance zwischen Übergriff und Interaktion. Lecture by Stefanie Trojan, performance artist

Lecture May 25th
  „Time, Space, Movement, Risk – die Arbeit von System HM2T, Helge Meyer und Black Market International“ Lecture by Helge Meyer, performance artist

Lecture May 26th „To Be Real – Performance und Performativität“
lecture by Viktor Neumann, curator

Performance May 27th ,Mitmachperformance für „hallo alle…in der Halle“ „BLUTBILD, Deutsches Rotes Kreuz + Blutwurstmanufaktur, jede/r kann gutes tun.“ a project by Prof. Else Gabriel and Prof. Thaddäus Hüppi

Lecture May 28th  „re.act.feminism #2 – a performing archive“
lecture by Beatrice E. Stammer and Kaj Osteroth, curators

Programme Download File


  Image Credits: Patrycja German


T PictureIME: 20:00-20:15
ENTRANCE: free
WHERE:  District Kunst- und Kulturförderung gGmbH c/o Malzfabrik Bessemerstraße 2-14 12103 | www.district-berlin.com/current.php?categorie_id=24
Photo Credit: Jeff Vercasson

FAMILIAR BINARIES
Seda Yildiz

…but do you think is it possible to present a work of art without talking about it? The idea of my un-going project “Familiar Binaries”, originates in the very well-rounded idea of “unknown”; indirectly talking of history, theory, image, a document, a book; but more of the unknown in a work of art; a progress of artist among the production way.

With “unknown” referring to uncertainty of an end result (a finished work?). How to figure and present that process (an archive, a collection?), which is a potential of an upcoming work, when not all the pieces are settled down? How to share material, transform information, without drowning in explanation? Isn`t it possible to present a work of art (even/in particular when not finished) without talking about? Isn`t it possible to rest on what is “shown”; as “pure” indicators? manipulated/ unmanipulated image & text projected via manual-retro projector; (including 2.30’ screen of video)

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PictureTIME: 21:30-23:00 (3 performances – duration 30′ min each)
ENTRANCE: donations
WHERE:  Waterloo, Haus1 | Waterloo-Ufer, 10961 | www.berlinichliebedich.com
Photo Credit: Moran Sanderovich

AV FORMAT
Moran Sanderovich, Dísa and Wooguru

AV Format is proud to present live performances by Moran Sanderovich, Dísa and Wooguru. Each performance will last approximately 30 minutes. Performances will touch and twist their way around ideas of sexuality, repetition, space, body, uncanny, body-horror, alterity and more…

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