Florian Zeyfang, Nicole Messenlehner, Manfred Peckl, Kaj Osteroth & Lydia Hamann, Michael Kalmbach, Heide Deigert, Klaus Winichner, Isabelle Fein, Heike Foell, Thomas No:sler, Philip Wiegard, Lutz Braun, Undine Goldberg, Caro Suerkemper, Amelie von Wulffen, Endre Aalrust, Anton Stoianov, Norbert Witzgall, Katja von Helldorff, Petra Trenkel, Mariechen Danz, Johannes Raether, Judith Raum, Thomas Seidemann, Sophie-Therese Trenka-Dalton, Nuri Koerfer, Olivier Foulon, Yusuf Etiman, Christina Morhardt
Opening Friday, October 21, 2011 at 19 h
Performance at 22 h: chose infinie vert qui recule – klang: katja von helldorff + bild: bettina hohorst.
22. October – 2. December 2011 Open by appointment: +49 179 947 3040
Little Body Heart Beating Stellprobe für Rehearsals with Sally
Opening Friday, September 2nd 2011 at 19 h 3. September – 15. October 2011 Open: Thursdays, 15-19 h
During the opening Sally Musleh Jaber and Achim Lengerer will performe for a limited group of people. Please register in advance for one of the times listed below at email@example.com 19:30, 20:30 or 21:30 hours
Thursday, 29th September 2011, additional event by Achim Lengerer and Scriptings.
Fouad Asfour, Ingo Gerken, Khwezi Gule, Bandile Gumbi, Amos Letsoalo, Sharlene Khan, Eva Seufert, Claudia Schneider
Opening Friday, 17 June – from 7 pm 18 June – 7 August 2011 open by appointment +49 (0)157 783 304 98
invited in the context of beyond language, an exchange project between South Africa and Germany, curated by Eva Seufert and Fouad Asfour, in collaboration with the Dead Revolutionaries Club, Johannesburg
After exhibitions, discussions, workshops and readings in Johannesburg, Soweto and Polokwane in winter 2011, for which Berlin based artists Eva Seufert and Ingo Gerken had been in South Africa, the exhibition in Berlin tries to focus on some of the raised questions. Therefore we are happy to invite the South African artists Bandile Gumbi, Sharlene Khan und Claudia Shneider as well as the artist and curator of the Polokwane Art Museum Amos Letsoalo and the curator of the Hector Pieterson Museum Khwezi Gule.
The title of the exhibition relates to a constitutive misunderstanding in communication, caused by the volatility of meaning, which on the other hand generates the subversive potential of language. The suggestion for direct speech would be to use language as material and material as language.
On June 30 Khwezi Gule, curator of the Hector Pieterson Museum in Soweto, will talk about the Soweto uprising against the implementation of Afrikaans as school language and the consequences of Bantu Education in South Africa. for the first part of the project please visit : http://byndlanguage.blogspot.com/
Exhibition: May 14 through June 10, open only by appointment +49 – 157 – 783 304 98
M85 are ground-launched bomblets, which can be dispensed from a variety of cluster munitions, including artillery cargo projectiles, mortars and rockets. The two functions of M85 are: to penetrate armour and to create fragmentation for an anti-personnel/anti-materiel effect. M85 are small and of cylindrical shape. M85 are the only bomblet containing a self destruct (SD) mechanism that have been used in combat; in 2003 by the United Kingdom in Iraq, and in 2006 by Israel in Lebanon, 2009 by Georgia against Russland, and presumably in 2011 by Thailand against Cambodia. The exhibition »M85 – Fragments of a Cluster Bomb« tries to reconstruct the trajectory of M85: from a spot where they exploded (or not) back to their origins. Dead or wounded civilians, farmers, paramedics, surgeons, deminers, soldiers, politicians, dealers, factory workers, engineers… Who are the individuals behind, besides, and in front of M85, and what is their relation to the weapon and to each other?