Heine Avdal & Yukiko Shinozaki fieldworks-office mapping
MO 21.10.2013 11:00 - 18:00
TU 22.10.2013 11:00 - 18:00
WE 23.10.2013 11:00 - 18:00
TH 24.10.2013 11:00 - 18:00
FR 25.10.2013 11:00 - 18:00
This installation uncovers poetry in computers, printers, paper or a coffee maker. Bored of sitting in your office? Come visit ours!
Martin Schick San Keller Learning Center
4 OCT — 16 NOV 2013
The SAN KELLER LEARING CENTER is a symbolic 'contemporary shelter', a 'survival capsule' for a life after capitalism. In case the system breaks down overnight (as some economists suspect), this CAPSULE (easily to re-build in your garden or on your roof) might save you!
Margarita Production Micro, Contact, Strings & Things
FR 17.05.2013 22:30
Margarita Production is celebrating its 10th anniversary! For this occasion they are publishing a book which explains the operation of this alternative management bureau, as well as providing an overview of a specific generation of artists and the different projects they have realized. All this is backed up with an archive of illustrative material from insiders who create a visual testimony of the artists at work.
Sarah Vanhee & CAMPO Lecture For Every One
FR 03.05.2013 19:00 BE premiere
SA 04.05.2013 19:00
SA 11.05.2013 19:00
SA 18.05.2013 19:00
Without being invited, like a friendly stranger, the artist enters community gatherings uninvited – a board of directors, a court hearing, a neighbourhood association – to give a brief lecture.
Antonia Baehr For Faces
TH 11.04.2013 20:30
FR 12.04.2013 20:30
“In her performance For Faces, Antonia Baehr designs micro-choreographies for four faces. We sit directly across from the performers, around whom we are positioned circularly—too near for the comfort zone of the parquet and too far apart to precisely identify the mimetic agitations in the face of our vis-à-vis. The physiognomy becomes a stage where spectatorship itself, in all its intimacy and movement, openness and force, shows its face as theatrical action par excellance. Through choreography, the faces’ movements are deprived of their decodability as coherent facial expressions; they set a zoom of attention in motion. This zoom causes performer as well as person to disappear before our eyes, just as it radically places the performer at seeing's disposal.” – Constanze Schellow