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Robert Curgenven - BARDO / Barry Weisblat - NO PRESENT

Contour Editions is pleased to present two new releases of its section “Installation” dedicated to act as an online platform with a focus on facilitating multi-channel sound installations for local audiences in designated spaces and environments. Robert Curgenven's BARDO with it's high dynamic range draws on the physicality of sound using a 7.2 speaker setup. NO PRESENT by Barry Weisblat will only be shown after sunset. For the opening and closing events Contour Editions invited artists to perform spatial sound works and multi-channel compositions that also relate to Reverse as an acoustic site.
http://contoureditions.com/

Venue:
Reverse
28 Frost St.
Brooklyn, New York 11211
http://reversespace.org/?p=497


New York

opening or event start 01.02.2013 18:00

Robert Curgenven
BARDO
A non-place, an in-between zone, Bardo is a spatial and temporal suspension within overlapping yet distinct fields interpermeated by an aetheric tactility: sounds disorientingly enter and leave, merging and confusing the boundaries of interiority and exteriority. Moving from the edge of silence to moments of complete immersion, Bardo draws on the physicality of sound - not just the physical impact on the body but the way in which sound can shape our perception of space and the flow of time – cumulatively fostering a precessional state where one expects things to change but also expects them to stay the same.
http://www.recordedfields.net/
Finissage



Sculptural Narration

Venues:
whiteBOX e.V.
Grafinger Str. 6
81671 Munich
http://www.whitebox-ev.de/


Germany-München

opening or event start 01.02.2013 19:00
Begins 02.02.2013

Duration: 11 Jan - 2 Feb 2013
Participants: Heike Döscher, Nezaket Ekici, Christian Engelmann, Patricija Gilyte, Isabel Haase, Vassiliea Stylianidou, Stefan Wischnewski,
Anne Wodtcke, Andrius Pulkauninkas, Benas Sarka, Hacer Kiroglul, Mohac Yücel, Kostas Sahpazis, Mary Zygouri.

Curator: Dr Erika Wäcker Babnik

With the support of Landeshauptstadt München Kulturreferat and Kunsthalle Whitebox, Kultfabrik Munich.

About Nezaket Ekici
http://www.berlinerpool.de/?profiles=Artists&id=115

and Vassiliea Stylianidou
http://www.berlinerpool.de/?profiles=Artists&id=288
exhibition



exit through the gift shop - 55th BERLIN-WEEKLY

berlin-weekly
Stefanie Seidl
Linienstr. 160
10115 Berlin

http://berlin-weekly.com/

The window gallery BERLIN-WEEKLY.COM in Linienstr. 160 in Berlin Mitte was founded by Stefanie Seidl in June 2010. BERLIN-WEEKLY.COM is an on- and offline gallery space with a weekly update.
It is an arranged window on display for 24 hours a day – in the city and on the internet. BERLIN-WEEKLY.COM offers an interdisplinary playground and stage for artists and innovative designers.


Berlin

opening or event start 01.02.2013 19:00

“exit through the gift shop” shows the art world as part of the consumer industry. The installation creates a room of illusion, urging visitors to reflect art and its consumption.

Tutors: Pierre Jorge Gonzalez & Judith Haase

Students: Claus Althaus, Ermina Apostolaki, Yasmim Assade, Cheng-Ting Chen, Manuela Chiogna, Friederike Kunze, Christiane Lünskens, Karola Lüttringhaus, Julie Lara Morlot, Vera Römer, Michael Schindlmeier, Eva Seifert, Mireia Vila Soriano, Katharina Sperlich, Tim Stolte, Greta Trütken, Francisca Villela
All available events from this date:
exhibition



NOTHING. Nothing is more beautiful!

Reflections atop and beneath Nothing.

October 13th 2012 until February 1st 2013

Opening:
Introduction with Elisa Asenbaum and Thomas Maximilian Stuck – 5.30 p.m.

Opening hours: Tu - Fr 2-7 p.m., Sa 2-5 p.m.
and by appointment

G.A.S-station-Team
Elisa Asenbaum & Thomas Maximilian Stuck
Tempelherrenstraße 22, 10961 Berlin/Kreuzberg

http://www.2gas-station.net/


Berlin

Ends 01.02.2013

After four international and topic centered exhibition projects with more than 200 participants we would like in 2012/13 to focus on the puristic and fascinating topic NOTHING. In the beginning we were planning to show only one explicit work but finaly we decided to choose two out of the planty applications which received us.

Draga Jovanovic (SRB), "Your self is a reflection of myself"
Stephan US (D), "Das Archiv des Nichts" (The Archive of Nothingness)
exhibition opening



UNIVERSALSPRACHEN

Zeitgenössische Kunst im Lichthof
des Hauptgebäudes der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

GRUPPENAUSSTELLUNG mit

epidemiC/Franco Berardi
Vera Buhß
Yoonhee Kim
EunHee Lee
Magma
Milovan DeStil Markovic
Otto Neurath
Ben Patterson
Mike Ruiz
Daniel Salomon
Edward Tufte
Ivar Veermäe

Eröffnungsperformance: Olof Olsson


Berlin

Ends 01.02.2013

Die Kleine Humboldt Galerie ist eine studentische Initiative zur Konzeption und
Durchführung von kuratierten Ausstellungen an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Öffnungszeiten Mi-Fr, 12-18 Uhr
exhibition



SPOR KLÜBÜ: SUBVERSION & ABGRUND

Address
Spor Klübü
Freienwalder Str. 31
13359 Berlin-Mitte (Wedding)
Tel.: 0179-8593744

http://www.koloniewedding.de/orten.php?ort=Spor_KlqUDqbqUDq&aktuel

Finissage: Samstag, 02.02.2013, ab 19.00 Uhr
mit Podiumsdiskussion und Performance "BURQADIZCOMASCHINE" von
Chris Dreier, D. Holland-Moritz und Ursula Döbereiner feat. Dancemaschines


Berlin

Ends 02.02.2013

Vorschau

SUBVERSION & ABGRUND
BEWEGUNG NURR (Alekos Hofstetter/ Christian Steuer/ Florian Göpfert) mit
Boris Abel, Michelle Alperin, Bankleer, Rainer Bellenbaum, Sabeth Buchmann, Tina Born, Lukas Feireiss, Peter Funken
Jörn Gerstenberg, Rolf Kirsch, Andreas Koch, Ins A Kromminga, Käthe Kruse, Esther Horn, Joe Neave, Jens Meinrenken
Robert Sokol, Tanja Vonseelen, Christine Weber, Daniel Wild
workshop / education / training



ANABLOG - Post-Digital Publishing Workshop - Transmediale 2013 - HKW & Kotti-Shop

You are cordially invited to Post Digital Publishing Workshop in Transmediale 2013. Workshops run from Wednesday 30th January through to Friday 2nd of February. Most of the workshops take place at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, except for ANABLOG, which will take place on the Wednesday in our very own Kotti-Shop.

Post-Digital Publishing Workshop
@transmediale 2013
Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) & Kotti-Shop, Berlin
January 30th - February 2nd

Venues:
Kotti-Shop, Adalbertstr. 4
10999 Berlin
http://www.kotti-shop.net

and
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
http://www.hkw.de/


Berlin

Ends 02.02.2013

The Post-Digital Publishing workshop is an open participation lab running at transmediale.13. It investigates new forms of digital and hybrid digital/analog publishing through practice and debate, and does its own little bit of future re-distribution for open source and independent publishing -

The four days of the workshop cover: DIY publishing, peer-to-peer librarianship, infrastructures for independent publishers and the battle for reimagining education.

Organized by: Florian Cramer, Alessandro Ludovico and Simon Worthington
in collaboration with Creating 010 Hogeschool Rotterdam/Piet Zwart Institute, Hybrid Publishing Consortium, Neural magazine, Mute Publishing and Kotti-Shop
Participation in all workshop sessions with pre-registration: http://www.transmediale.de/content/transmediale-2013-workshops
exhibition opening



SYSTEMS AND ACCIDENTS

Ex Elettrofonica
Vicolo di Sant’ Onofrio 10
Rome
http://www.exelettrofonica.com/

On December 12th 2012 Ex Elettrofonica will mark the opening of the exhibition Systems and Accidents curated by Lýdia Pribišová , an exploration of the idea of systems of social control and of their violation, read through the works of four Czech and Slovak artists.


Italy-Rome

Ends 08.02.2013

Cyril Blažo, Tomáš Džadoň, Eva Koťátková and Pavla Sceránková are of the generation raised in the period straddling the collapse of the Communist system and its persistence, in the imagination of our time, as a relic.
Each artist probes the limits, the malaise, and the structure of the systems of control that constantly influence their reality. This practice enables them to analyse the role of the person within the social system, and to investigate that person’s decision-making possibilities. The system acts in a devastating manner on the individual, guiding them, directing them, obliging them. On the other side is the unexpected, escaping the system, free. In this way the artists set up situations in which chance plays a determining role. Thus they choose to work with performative elements, involving the visitor in the most disparate scenarios, at times even unpleasant, evoking the atmosphere of times past through forms, materials and architecture...
exhibition opening



Keep me posted !

"Keep me posted !" is an event presented by the Morgenstern Galerie / Berlin.
Participating artists: Rebecca Agnes, Marc Buchy, Jean-Paul Cattin, Boris Duhm, Karsten Krause, Stefania Migliorati, Irma Markulin, Laura Lopez-Paniagua, Johanna Silbermann, Tijana Titin.

Curator: Philipp Koch

Address :
Morgenstern Galerie
Budapester Straße 14
10787 Berlin


Berlin

Ends 10.02.2013

Keep me posted! is a mailart project organized by Berlin based curator Philipp Koch in collaboration with the Morgenstern Foundation for artists e.V.

Started in summer 2012, a total of ten artists working in different media – from painting to photography to conceptual art – received an envelope containing the same materials and the same short letter, asking them to go ahead and do with the submitted materials whatever they want and to send the works back to the initiator.

http://keepmeposted2012.wordpress.com/
exhibition



Daddy YOU can't make a cactus...this has been done!

January 18, 2013- February 17, 2013
curated by Cato J. Dibelius

Fichte str 2
10967 Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
info(at)grimmuseum.com
http://www.grimmuseum.com

Presented artists: Seb Koberstädt, Michael Sailstorfer, Thomas Behling, Rodrigo Oliveira, Roman Lang, Martin Pfeifle, Djuneid Duloo, Jakub Moravek, Krisˇtof Kintera, Emanuel Fanslau, Daniel Man, Michael Zheng, Julien Berthier, Michel de Broin


Berlin

Ends 17.02.2013

At the age of 10, Cato J. Dibelius’ first show will appear at the Grimmuseum in January 2013. Having grown up in San Francisco, Munich and Berlin, Cato has visited over four hundred exhibitions with his father, the artist Robert Barta.
With this Cato developed a sophisticated approach to confronting art works. He learnt to look closely at art, remembering small details and cultivating vivid associations with individual works. From this the idea emerged to put a show together in which his favourite works were exhibited in the same space.

berlinerpool artist - Thomas Behling
http://www.berlinerpool.de/?profiles=Artists&id=444
exhibition



#JAHRESGABEN

anlässlich der 1.000.050. Geburtstag der Kunst

LAGE EGAL Raum für aktuelle Kunst
DANZIGERSTR. 145 - 10407 BERLIN
http://www.lage-berlin.de/
Tel. 0049 (0)30-34660831
Tram: M10 Arnswalderplatz \
M4 Greifswalderstr./Danzigerstr.


Freitag und Samstag
14 bis 18 Uhr u.n.V.
(2. bis 9. Februar 2013 geschlossen)


Berlin

Ends 23.02.2013

Geburtstagskinder Milena Aguilar, Gert-Jan Akerboom, Massimiliano Baldassarri, Stéphane Belzère, Julia Brodauf, Bernard Calet, Wolfgang Capellari, Alexine Chanel, Maks Daneker, Maurice Doherty, Reinhard Doubrawa, Ilse Emre, Eric Göngrich, Pierre Granoux & Sven Lindhorst-Emme, Julien Grenier, Jürgen Grewe, Sam Grigorian, Daniela Gugg, Roland Fuhrmann, Ute Lindner, Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Nicolas Manenti, Stephen Marsden, Fanny Maugey, Bruno Nagel, Thomas Prochnow, Dorota K. Samborski, Michael Schultze, Heidi Sill, Henrik Strömberg u.a.
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Exotika 2013 | Silpakorn Art Lab

Exoticism, the previously eurocentric view on unknown paradise worlds, gets today, considering fundamental global changes new global importance: shift of industrial sites to developing countries, mass migration and economic migration, religious and political fanaticism, mass tourism and industrial paradise production. 14 contemporary artistic positions from Thailand, Germany, China, RD Congo, France and Tahiti explore the phenomena of "New Exotism".

http://exotika2013.de/


Thailand-Bangkok

Ends 28.02.2013

Artists:
Mu Yungbai, Lijiang, China *
Skall, Paris *
Ultra Art Fair Unlimited, Berlin
Veronika Radulovic, Berlin
Moritz R., Berlin
Na Yingyu, Beijing, China
Jiandyin, Bangkok *
Sakarin Krue-On, Bangkok *
Christine Falk, Berlin *
Andreas Dettloff, Tahiti *
Jean-Ulrick Desert, Berlin/New York
Amrit Chusuwan, Bangkok *
Vitshois M. Bondo, R.D. Congo
Alfred Banze, Berlin *
Prasert Yodkaew, Bangkok *
Rebecca Vickers, USA *
Taweewit Kithanasonthorn, Bangkok *
Preeyachanok Ketsuwan, Payao *
Makha Seneewong na Ayudhaya, Bangkok *
Vinai Namwon, Bangkok * (* = present)
exhibition opening



Synaesthesia / 2 : Space and Perception with Madi Boyd and Carrie C Firman

Inquiries into the nature of Space and Perception are the basis of Art Laboratory Berlin's second exhibition in the Synaesthesia series. Synaesthesia, the experience of two or more sensory impressionsat the same time, is both an artistic paradigm and neurological phenomenon. Two installations by Madi Boyd and Carrie C Firman explore the connection between perception and experience of mind and body from a synaesthetic point of view.

Address :

Art Laboratory Berlin
Prinzenallee 34
13359 Berlin

Regine Rapp & Christian de Lutz (curators)
rapp(at)artlaboratory-berlin.org;
cdelutz(at)artlaboratory-berlin.org

Press: Olga Shmakova
presse(at)artlaboratory-berlin.org

Open: Fri-Sun, 2-6 PM and by appointment


Berlin

Ends 10.03.2013

Madi Boyd is a synaesthete from Great Britain, whose artistic work focuses on perception and the brain. In collaboration with neuro-scientists, Dr. Mark Lythgoe and Dr. Beau Lotto, from University College London her work incorporates and combines installation, film and sculpture. Her recent project The Point of Perception explores how much information the human brain needs in order to know what it is looking at. It is an art experience and scientific arena about vision.

Carrie C Firman is an emerging electronic artist from the US. She is a synaesthete and her work is inspired by studying and experiencing the crossing of senses. She sees synaesthesia not only as a sensory phenomenon, but also a fantastic world interface, responsible for completely unique perceptual experiences.

http://www.madiboyd.com/

http://www.carriecfirman.com/
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Kunstgiesserei und Galerie Flierl : "ELEMENTE. SCHWERKRAFT. GLEICHGEWICHT"

Ausstellungseröffnung mit Performance: 20.01.2013 um 11.00 Uhr. Parallel dazu findet sculpture network‘s New Year‘s Brunch statt (Unkostenbeitrag fürs Buffet: 10,-- Euro)

Contacts
Friesickestr.17
13086 Berlin-Weissensee

post(at)kunstgiesserei-flierl.de
galerie(at)kunstgiesserei-flierl.de
http://www.kunstgiesserei-flierl.de


Berlin

Ends 20.03.2013

Neben Entwurf und Herstellung steht im künstlerischen Prozess als ein Drittes die Rezeption eines Kunstwerkes durch die Öffentlichkeit. Um auch auf diesem Feld selbst aktiv sein zu können, ist der Kunstgiesserei Flierl eine Galerie angeschlossen, in der Werke der hier arbeitenden Künstler gezeigt werden.

http://www.kunstgiesserei-flierl.de/
exhibition



MOSTYN OPEN 18

Selected by:
Alfredo Cramerotti, Director of MOSTYN; Adam Carr, Curator of MOSTYN; Ryan Gander, artist; and the visiting audience, for the People’s Choice.

Participating artists:
Jacqueline Bebb, Jane Bustin, Cath Campbell, Tomas Chaffe, Danilo Correale, Sean Edwards, Alex Farrar, Claudio Gobbi, Gareth Griffith, The Hut Project, Yuki Kishino, Lawrence Leaman, James Lewis, Stuart Middleton, Edward Morgan, Philip Newcombe, John Henry Newton, Laura Reeves, Zhao Renhui, Hua Kuan Chen Sai, Chris Shaw-Hughes, Nikolaus Schletterer, Mathew Tom, Alaena Turner, Gwyn Williams, Jesse Wine

MOSTYN
12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno
LL30 1AB Wales, UK
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10:30–5pm
http://www.mostyn.org


Cymru/Wales-Llandudno

Ends 14.04.2013

Since its inception in 1989, MOSTYN Open has functioned as a call-out to artists of any age and residing place to enter, with an exhibition of the selected artworks taking place at MOSTYN, and a prize of 10,000 GBP awarded to a single artist or collective.

Claudio Gobbi's berlinerpool profile
http://www.berlinerpool.de/?profiles=Artists&id=462
exhibition



Künstler der Galerie 2012

Address:

Veteranenstraße 14 in Berlin-Mitte statt

Weitere Informationen zu den Künstlern und ihren Arbeiten erhalten Sie unter

http://www.stefanhaase.com

http://www.volker-leonhardt.net

http://www.samek.de

http://www.zuzannaskiba.com

http://www.anne-ullrich.de

http://www.europe-and-china.info

http://www.guenter-wintgens.de


Berlin

Ends 05.12.2013

Exhibeo galerie zeigt vom 1. Dezember 2012 bis 5. Januar 2013 Arbeiten der KÜNSTLER DER GALERIE.

Bereits zum dritten Mal präsentiert exhibeo galerie in einer Gruppenausstellung ihre Künstler. Schwerpunkt ist neben der Fotografie nach wie vor die konkrete und abstrakte Kunst: Stefan Haase (Berlin), Jacques Hornschuh (Berlin), Volker Leonhardt (Berlin), Tomasz Samek (Münster/Berlin), Zuzanna Skiba (Berlin), Anne Ullrich (Berlin), Wang Fang (Potsdam), Günter Wintgens (Münster).
art in public space / participatory projects



FRAGILE - global performance chain journey

The global art initiative 'FRAGILE-global performance chain journey' by VestAndPage - Verena Stenke & Andrea Pagnes is possible thanks to the participation of 750 artists from 62 countries and its partners:
Zonadearte - Quilmes Argentina
EMBA Escuela de Bellas Artes Carlos Morel, Quilmes Argentina
EMBA Departamento de Extension Cultural, Quilmes Argentina
misterPink - Valencia
ARTe en acciON - Madrid
EPIPIDERME - Lisbon
Cosmos Factory - Chihuahua Mexico
L'Orvella Vermella - Centre d'Art d'Accio del Tarragones
PERFORMANCELOGIA - Todo sobre Arte de Performance y Performancistas - Caracas

http://www.fragile-global-performance.net
info@fragile-global-performance.net


global

Ends 02.09.2015

You're invited to follow the amazing global art initiative 'FRAGILE - global performance chain journey' in which more than 750 artists from 62 countries are participating.
Can one fragile object, in times of email, chat and mobility, pass one time all around the world safely – from hand to hand, charging itself with stories and people? Will it be the same when it returns?

For the project, more than 750 artists from all over the world work together in one same action: all will carry one fragile object step by step around the planet.
The journey of the object and the works the artists will conceive during the project will be communicated on the website and in regular newsletters.

FOLLOW THE JOURNEY WITH THE NEWSLETTER:
http://fragileglobalperfo.wufoo.com/forms/join-our-mailing-list/
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