Artist’s Talk and Sharing Session with Catrine Val and curator Valerie Doran

July 23, 2022 in Kassel
1–2.30 pm

Special Compilation Video Screening:
Hong Kong Indie Musicians
2.45–3.30 pm

City Inside a Broken Sky is a compilation of six performance videos by Hong Kong experimental and indie musicians and a short film by Catrine Val, especially produced  for the Light Matters exhibition.

Özcan Kaplan, Artist Portrait
Crush
Reinhard Voigt, Artist Portrait
Studio Rental

230m² of studio space including the infinity wall, a large kitchen and dining area, daylight-make-up room with water view and a 23 m long south-west facing terrace, which is located right above the waterfront and connects both studios. Similarly, large rooms for fittings with clothes racks, steamer and ironing facilities.

Neuroplastics

Klasse Zipp, Universität der Künste
curated by Gesine Borcherdt

31.8–10.9.2021

Felix Becker, Brecheisen (Athalia Altmann, Judith Konitzer, Mascha Naumann), Mina Büker, Charlotte Eitelbach, Media Esfarjani, Milan Dölberg, Ferdinand Dölberg, Kaddi Hemmerling, Hu Jinchi, Barış Kalkan, Magnus Krüger, Rainer Menke, Mascha Naumann, Sara Noubani, Anita Nurzaie, Joram Schön, Selou Sowe, Eli Steinbrenner, Marleijn Specking & De Nietsfabriek, Jannik Richard, Yannick Riemer, Luise Tismer, Ana Tomic, Phonoschrank, Greta Wildhage, Moritz Zeisner, Alon Ziderman, Thomas Zipp

James Ostrer, Finding Me Through You
Apotheke, Neurotransmitters

Bela B Felsenheimer
Konstanze Habermann
Thomas Zipp

Concert / Performance
Sunday, October 3, 2021
5 pm

Subsequent to the exhibition NEUROPLASTICS
Klasse Zipp, Universität der Künste
curated by Gesine Borcherdt

Dance Performance EXPANSION by choreographer Gabriel Galindez Cruz
Wednesday,  Sept 14 / 6pm
Arturo Herrera, Mirror
September 8 ― 24, 2022

Opening
Thursday, September 8, 2022, 6–9pm
September 8–September 24, 2022

Dance Performance
EXPANSION
by choreographer Gabriel Galindez Cruz
Wednesday, September 14, 6pm

Greg Haberny, Residency
June ― September 2022

We are proud to host the multidisciplinary artist from New York for the next several months at our project space in Berlin.

Catrine Val, Light Matters – An iconography of women confronting the dark
June 14th –July 29th

Catrine Val’s multi-media project Light Matters, centers on exploring the complexities of the female experience across cultures, borders, and often fraught realities. Val has created a site-specific installation of multi-channel videos and performative photographs that are grounded in her deeply engaged dialogue with women of Hong Kong since 2019, and with Ukrainian women seeking asylum in her home country of Germany more recently.

Özcan Kaplan, artikuliert unartikuliert
Opening / Performance with Kristina Veit
Donnerstag, 19. May, 17–21Uhr
Thursday, May 19th, 5–9pm
artikuliert unartikuliert is Özcan Kaplan´s first solo exhibition in our new space in Berlin. At the opening accompanied with Kristina Veit´s Physical Reflection, Özcan´s work becomes independent existence and a powerful all over experience is made possible.
Crush
March 11―April 2, 2022

Ausstellung mit Werken von Witalij Frese, Marianna Ignataki, Atis Jākobsons, Artor Jesus Inkerö, Laura Könönen, Alana Lake, Barbara Lüdde, Janne Räisänen, Anne Tompuri und Aki Turunen.

Martin Feldbauer, Too much is not enough
October 30―November 20, 2021

Als verbildlichte Informationen fließen Diagramme und Statistiken in Martin Feldbauers künstlerische Arbeit ein und zeigen, wie unsere Gesellschaft durch mathematische Modelle beschreibbar gemacht wird. Laut einem Bericht der britischen Hilfsorganisation Oxfam aus dem Jahr 2018 besitzen weltweit 42 Menschen zusammen so viel Vermögen wie die gesamte ärmere Hälfte der Weltbevölkerung. Kritik an der Grundlage der Daten und an deren Interpretation ist sicher wichtig und bei derartigen Schätzungen angebracht – dennoch ist das Muster, das sich abzeichnet, eindeutig: Wohlstand häuft sich „an der Spitze“ an, während „die breite Masse“ abgehängt wird.

Klasse Zipp, Neuroplastics
August 31―September 10, 2021

Klasse Zipp, Universität der Künste
curated by Gesine Borcherdt

August 31―September 10, 2021

Felix Becker, Brecheisen (Athalia Altmann, Judith Konitzer, Mascha Naumann), Mina Büker, Charlotte Eitelbach, Media Esfarjani, Milan Dölberg, Ferdinand Dölberg, Kaddi Hemmerling, Hu Jinchi, Barış Kalkan, Magnus Krüger, Rainer Menke, Mascha Naumann, Sara Noubani, Anita Nurzaie, Joram Schön, Selou Sowe, Eli Steinbrenner, Marleijn Specking & De Nietsfabriek, Jannik Richard, Yannick Riemer, Luise Tismer, Ana Tomic, Phonoschrank, Greta Wildhage, Moritz Zeisner, Alon Ziderman und Thomas Zipp