#51Salon Rumiko Hagiwara
#50Salon Selina Grüter & Michèle Graf
#49Salon Goeun Bae
#48Salon Julie Sas
Who writes his_tory? at Hamburger Bahnhof – Berlin
Louise Guerra presents Who writes his_tory? at Friends with books at Hamburger Bahnhof – Berlin. Who writes his_tory? ist organised by Daniela Brugger and is a collaborative Project to question structural discrimination on the internet and especially on Wikipedia.
Maureen Kaegi (CH) Maureen Kaegi combines image, sculpture, performance and textiles to different displays. Her compositions strike an odd balance between spontaneous expressions and precise calculations, often relating to elements of contemporary dance. Conceptual interventions and the interaction of body and material are essential to her work. She lives and works in Zurich.
Nickel van Duijvenboden is an interdisciplinary artist from Amsterdam. He is also an occasional tutor, editor, translator and drummer. His work comprises spatial installations, printed matter, photography, sound installations and performative readings. After earning his bachelor’s degree in photography in 2003, Nickel established a writing practice, publishing his own books as well as numerous contributions to ...
Nickel van Duijvenboden (NL) & Daniela Brugger (CH)
LAB start on: Sunday, Oct 8th, 3-6pm, 2017 Studio No 811 ,Gewerbegebiet Naumannstraße, Wilhelm-Kabus-Straße 72,(34.2) 10829 Berlin (Schöneberg) Welcome to the LAB! With the advent of the post industrial service and knowledge economy current working conditions have changed. This development has brought people into the different places as a workspace. The LAB is something very spontaneous when work has to be shown and discussed. LAB is not fixed to a specific place or location. It is a ‘get together’ to present current research in an informal setting like in the …
Rumiko Hagiwara (NL/JP), Karen Vermeren (BE)
Saturday, June 24th, 2017, start: 5 pm ! We serve iced Campari Soda!!!! LAB Presentations by Rumiko Hagiwara and Karen Vermeren Welcome to the LAB! With the advent of the post industrial service and knowledge economy current working conditions have changed. This development has brought people into the different places as a workspace. The LAB is something very spontaneous when work has to be shown and discussed. LAB is not fixed to a specific place or location. It is a ‘get together’ to present current research in an informal setting like …
Goeun Bae and Selina Grüter & Michele Graf
20th of February GOEUN BAE and SELINA GRÜTER & MICHELE GRAF. Welcome drinks and presentations by Goeun Bae, Nora-Swantje Almes, Selina Grüter and Michèle Graf! Nora-Swantje Almes will serve hot wine and other tasty liquids! Goeun Bae’s work discloses a personal story that reflects the vulnerable and unstable position of women in today’s society. Bae’s works become the voice that unveils and challenges the often hidden violence and oppression inflicted upon women. By using the body, she expands the affective reasoning that is tied inside of her and eliminate the …
Excerpt: Little dialectic of a city wanderer
Posted by Nickel van Duijvenboden The following lines were written in response to a Dutch artist’s request to contribute an essay to his forthcoming book of drawings. Having just arrived in Berlin, I could only write my text from my current surroundings and preoccupations. It combines several themes that together form the starting point of my residency at ABA: psychogeography (exploring a local condition through walking), written correspondences and music. For me, these fields are closely associated, and the possible ways in which they dovetail determines the current focus of …
Posted by Aleksander Komarov Site-specificity and environmentalism Smithson delineated the concepts of “Site” and “Nonsite” to designate theoretical differences in the physical context of work produced. “Nonsite” was termed as an “indoor earthwork” and indicated a piece that could be exhibited in a gallery setting, displacing natural materials from their original sites with accompanying drawings or photographs. “Site” referred to those works created outside the gallery infrastructure in site-specific locales with materials taken from that location. Smithson’s iteration of these new frameworks along with the activist mentality of the late …
Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness, alternatively: The Harvest of Leisure) is a collection of Japanese essays written by the monk Yoshida Kenkō between 1330 and 1332. Tsurezuregusa comprises a preface and 243 passages (段, dan), varying in length from a single line to a few pages. Kenkō, being aBuddhist monk, writes about Buddhist truths, and themes such asdeath and impermanence prevail in the work, although it also contains passages devoted to the beauty of nature as well as some on humorous incidents. The original work was not divided or numbered; the …
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