Tag Archives: Johannes Raether

atb #34 | Hidden Parts

Micki Tschur

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


atb #23 | Hüttendong

Tammo Rist, Amilcar Packer, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, s.a.b., Hanayo, Carola Spadoni, Gregor Gleiwitz, Neda Nanai, Tenko Nakajima, Jakob Schaible, Judy Ross, Heike Föll, Mario Caroli, Aids-3D, Steev Lemercier, Johannes Kullen, Thomas Kilpper, Baltazar Castor, Trygve Luktvasslimo, Clarissa Cody, Nina Hoffmann, Lydia Hamann, Timo Klöppel, Philip Wiegard, Marcus Randolf, Piotr Wolf, Voin de Voin, Nathan Peter, Dennis Kuhlow, Gerry Bibby, Gavin Russom, Clare O’Connor, Sophie-Therese Trenka-Dalton, Anders Clausen, Chelsa Cup, Thomas Noesler, Kandis Willians, Tom Witschonke, Endre Aalrust, Kathrin Sonntag, Felix Meyer, Johannes Raether, Robert Burghardt, Christophe Hamaide Person, Sarah Schoenfeld, Delia Gonzalez, Anton Stoianov, Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Adrian Hermanides, Jan Hammer, Denise Palma Ferrante, Brent Wadden, Yusi Etiman, Mariechen Danz, David Keating, Rein Vollenga, Yorgos Sapountzis,
are all coming to Jan Molzberger’s and Eli Sudbrack’s hut.

Photo by Mario Carloi


Opening: 13th November 2009 at 7pm
Exhibition: 14th November 2009 – 3rd January 2010
open by appointment +49 (0)179 947 30 40


atb #02 | Trojanische Standortomi

cordially invites you and your friends to the opening of the exhibition:

Trojanische Standortomi
– Da wo oben ist –

Friday October, 13 2006, 7pm

The oracle is an alternative method of questioning
The oracle uses thoughts and assertions, deconstructs them to
compose them again in a new way.
The oracle can be read differently.
Some say the oracle makes things more clear, others say it makes
them more complicated.
The oracle is not an exhibition and not a performance.
The oracle is an inhibition and a deformance.
1 + 3 + 1 + 0 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 6 = 13

Additionally will be served:

gateau d’elite
BDI potato fritters

caviar reception

this time with: Sarah Schönfeld, Kaj Osteroth, Norbert Witzgall,
Ute Waldhausen, Johannes Raether, Jan Molzberger,
Christoph Ziegler, Felix Meyer, Philip Wiegard, Johannes Cullen,
Sophie Trenka-Dalton, Kathrin Sonntag, Jakob Scheible

Exhibition 14/10. untill 4/11/ 2006
open Friday 3-7pm, Saturday 1-5pm
or by appointment

Further exhibitions 2006:

November/December: Jeremy Glogan, London