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Thursday, 19 May

Kämpfende Hütten, in Kooperation mit der Initiave "Wem gehört Moabit?"
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 19.00h
Duration: 19 May2 Jun
Syafiatudina, Haegeun Seo, Rachel Peachey, Patrick Mudkereza, Diana Rangel and Maria Bilbao, Mariana Carranza, Paul Ndunguru
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 19.00h
Duration: 19 May
Artist Development Lecture-performance by Richard Pettifer.
An Eastern European philosopher, communist, and fervent Marxist intellectual makes an argument about art activism and political art. He examines various self-help methods for artists — ranging from theater of the oppressed (Augusto Boal), relational aesthetics (Nicolas Bourriaud), and participatory art (Claire Bishop) — within the context of a neoliberal reality constructed to validate our...
District Berlin, 19.00h
Duration: 19 May
Daniel Wiesmann
Conversation (in English)
QuerQuilters, Textile Artists and Crafters, Berlin DIY Crafters
Sound performance: ≫Uber das Weben von Hypertext≪GDM & Van Tin
Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Duration: 19 May

Friday, 20 May

A solo exhibition with photographs by Jan Lemitz.
At the heart of this installation lies the history of the idea of the Eurotunnel between Calais, France and Dover, Great Britain. The tunnel represents the difference between accepted and undesired mobility. In the metaphorical sense, the tunnel resembles the functioning of an optical means of visualisation. Remaining hidden and concealed, it renders control mechanisms of the border regime and subversive...
Loris, 19.00h
Duration: 21 May11 Jun
Group exhibition with works by Violet Dennison, Adam Fearon, Richard Frater, Renata Har, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Adrien Missika, Antoine Renard, Vanessa Safavi, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld.
Written contribution by Elvia Wilk.‘unexpected others’ is the second iteration of a project series addressing the ongoing dissolution between the biologic and the synthetic. Following the group exhibition ‘BlueMajik’ (L’Atelier-ksr, Berlin, 2015), ‘unexpected others’...
L'atelier-ksr, 19.00h
Duration: 21 May15 Jul

Sunday, 22 May

Lydia Mojzis
Glueheads is really pleased and cheerful to announce the launch of the third GlueHeads book and GlueHeads exhibition #4.

Glueheads is is an ongoing and wandering contemporary, curatorial research collage project bringing together artists. The concept is: One day/One Exhibition/One Zine. For each exhibition differents artists are handpickedb by Anelor Robin, curator of the project. Glueheads aim to create an artistic platform, community around the...
Scotty Enterprises, 19.00h
Duration: 22 May

This Week

Tuesday, 24 May

Mikko Kallio, Dreamer, 2016
Tuesdays @ HilbertRaum
Duration: Tuesday 24.5.2016 13-17 and 18-22
Works on paper by Mikko Kallio
”In the beginning work goes quickly, I arrange bits of paper and different objects on the sheet of paper, and that’s the composition. Then I can look at it for weeks. This seedbed is not yet a living one. It is still undefined. Now I need to let things develop and grow.” Mikko Kallio’s works are in many ways archeological. Sand, wood, wool and pieces of...
HilbertRaum, 18.00h
Duration: 24 May

Wednesday, 25 May

"Ich reite Damensattel" (100cmx70cm), 2016
Heidi Mumenthaler creates her paintings out of spontaneous gestures, her figures emerge in a kind of scenic self talk in which the artist reflects observations and thoughts. Often inspired by theatre plays she invents a unique world of creatures whose monologues start in the head of the viewer.
Born 1963 in Basel the artist is trained as screenprinter and studies acting at Mozarteum in Salzburg. After her contribution in various theatre production she...
MEINBLAU project space, 19.00h
Duration: 26 May5 Jun

Thursday, 26 May

Concert with Willem Schulz and Valentin Masé as part of the exhibition Das Kleid.
Katharina Maria Raab, 20.00h
Duration: 26 May

Friday, 27 May

In their visual language Ruth Wiesenfeld and David Benforado share a musical approach to parameters such as tone, shape and texture. The exhibited works are silent, yet carry an echo of acoustic perception within themselves. David Benforado employs the elements of silence and pause as a point of departure to create room for contemplation in his paintings. Departing from Darkness as the antecedent of Light, he creates spaces on his canvases in which light...
HilbertRaum, 18.00h
Duration: 27 May5 Jun
Raze de Soare, 2015
Finissage of the exhibition Public Speaking6pm Conversations with Larisa Crunțeanu, Daniela Duca, Suza Husse and Xandra Popescu9pm Proto Manele Concert Performance by Raze de Soare
In the frame of the Performing Arts Festival Berlin, Tickets: 5 Euro via reservix or directly at the door
During the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, a pseudo-industry of weddings developed in Romania. Throughout the country, hundreds of bands developed the chosen sound of family...
District Berlin, 18.00h
Duration: 27 May
JonJohn Arias, Mike Marlowe and Paul King
SomoS, 18.00h
Duration: 28 May3 Jun
Import Projects, 18.00h
Duration: 30 May2 Jul
Artists:  Christoph Bangert und Enrico Niemann
Galerie Axel Obiger, 19.00h
Duration: 28 May18 Jun
Sonnewend - King
In their works artists Reka Goldt and Annette Sonnewend are dealing with the lovers discourse. They ask questions like: Are we doomed to a permanent repetition of stereotypes and catastrophes?
Reka Goldt, Annette Sonnewend
Emma Gradin – Neuromantics Reading Group
Cie. Agar Agar: Annette Sonnewend, Michael Strasser (performative treatment at the opening)
feat. Loveletter Project von Peter Westman (based in Gothenburg)
Scotty Enterprises, 19.00h
Duration: 28 May18 Jun
www.bramjurjenkuypers.com  www.beastach.de
Aether, 20.00h
Duration: 27 May7 Jun

Saturday, 28 May

Leslie Thornton, Luna (Still), From the series Luna, 2013, Three Channel HD Video, Edition of 3 + 1 AP
Thornton's project deals with the relationship between chronology, technology, mediation, and with the "historical" as an artifact of the cinematic/digital image.
Luna is an invocation of loss, as well as a tacit critique of nostalgia. How do you address history with something as fragmentary and minute as cinema? What occurs and is at stake in today's digital absorption of the "world"? By focusing on the presence of the technical image, Luna addresses the...
ROCKELMANN&, 19.00h
Duration: 29 May16 Jun

Sunday, 29 May

Scriptings is having a special screening with acclaimed American filmmaker Leslie Thornton next Sunday, 29/05.
The screening will be followed by a conversation between Leslie and Berlin-based film curator​ Uli Ziemons. They will also introduce the upcoming Scriptings-issue #43 with a transcript of Thornton's recent film “They Were Just People“ as well as an interview with Polish filmmaker Monika Czyzyk.
 
Leslie Thornton has long been considered a pioneer...
Scriptings, 19.30h
Duration: 29 May

Next Week

Wednesday, 1 Jun

Let 'em Kuchen essen is an installation by the Berlin based artist Andrew Thomas Parry with a guest performance by Adam Asnan in his absence and an oratory by Ian Warner from Slab-Mag.
Let 'em Kuchen essen is a social critique on 'die Modernisierung' or the energy efficiency renovations currently happening in Berlin.
Across the city, a cheap and fraudulent material, EIFS polystyrene is being applied like a second skin to the exterior of buildings. It is a...
Platform-Berlin, 19.00h
Duration: 1 Jun30 Jun
Sonnwend - King
with Emma Gradin (London) und Annette Sonnewend
(if you want to participate please sent a short message to: mail@annettesonnewend.com)
Neuromantics invite participants to read and discuss texts on the subject of love: Is it found or made and what are its relations to truth, happiness and ethics? No previous knowledge of the authors is required and the aim is to explore links between works rather than summarise or reach conclusions. Authors include Alain...
Scotty Enterprises, 19.00h
Duration: 1 Jun

Friday, 3 Jun

Daniela Kostova, Vincent Marquis, Mariana Carranza, Paul Ndunguru, u.a.
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 19.00h
Duration: 3 Jun5 Jun
Camilla Graff Junior
"My mom is a wolf, my dad..." is a talk about healing processes. What do our inner animals tell us? How can we enter into a dialogue with them? Camilla Graff Junior, aka former punk-rock musician Mona Motel, shares her experience based on autobiographical material, photos, video clips, a collection of plastic animals and family stories.
In collaboration with Paolo Podrescu (media) and Tobias Stål (light and technique).
MEINBLAU project space, 20.00h
Duration: 3 Jun

Saturday, 4 Jun

Neo Rauch
Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin, 11.00h
Duration: 4 Jun2 Jul
​Tanja Koljonen silk screen on paper, 100 x 70 cm
Tanja Koljonen, Cia Rinne

Reading Performance with the artists on 04.06.2016 at 7 PM in frames of Poets' Corner, an event of Poesie Festival Berlin
MANIÈRE NOIRE, 19.00h
Duration: 4 Jun15 Jul

The Week After Next

Tuesday, 7 Jun

On the occasion of its 200th exhibition, the Kleine Humboldt Galerie invites artists to engage with the art collection of Humboldt University Berlin. The collection comprehends more than one thousand objects from the past three centuries, including monuments, paintings, drawings, sculptures, textiles, graphics and medals.IN THE OPEN promotes dialogue: Contemporary artists focus on particular objects, thereby approaching the collection from multiple...
Kleine Humboldt Galerie, 19.00h
Duration: 7 Jun8 Jul

Thursday, 9 Jun

Alexandra Lier
Incredible photography documentation of car racers in the desert of Bonneville
Artist: ​Alexandra Lier
KANYA BERLIN · PROJECT SPACE, 18.00h
Duration: 9 Jun25 Jun
Ana Hoffner, Detail aus "The Bacha Posh Project - Disavowals or Cancelled Confessions", 2016.
curated by Suza Husse15/06 Talk at ICI – Institute for Cultural Inquiry, 7 pm
District Berlin, 18.00h
Duration: 10 Jun30 Jul
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