DL à la carte | the happening in your pocket.
ATYPICAL. ASYNCHRONOUS. ASTOUNDING.
In collaboration with shoutrlabs
Here is a taste of the future. On the DL menu: a new kind of screening, directly on your tablet or smart phone, a sneak into our archives at your fingertip.Make no mistake, we are not talking about an online presentation. We are sticking to our tradition of connecting art and audience in a vivid get-together at selected locations. But this time it is a collective just when-you-want-it experience. You bring the screens, we serve the movies.
48 Stunden Neukölln is a forum for projects in all conceivable artistic disciplines found in the art scene in Berlin. The festival both presents and supports art, thereby contributing to discussions of ideas effecting society at large while also reflecting said society. All segments of the local population get involved, regardless of age, ethnic background or social standing. Art here is something more than what’s on view in galleries and museums during 48 Stunden…read more
Eingang Parkhaus/5. OG
photo: 48 Stunden Neukölln, Martin Steffens
Opening Hours | screenings:
Fri 7pm – 11pm
Sat 2pm – 10pm
4pm Live audio-visual performance by Korhan Erel
Korhan Erel is a computer musician, improviser, sound designer based in Berlin. He plays instruments he designs on a computer by employing various controllers. He is a founding member of Islak Köpek, Turkey’s pioneer free improvisation group, which is regarded as the band that started the free improvisation scene in Turkey. | photo: Peter Tümmers
8pm Urban Research | Program A | Private Matters
(On loop on monitors or on big screen on Sat.)
with works by Gretchen Hasse, Doris Schmid, Vladimir Turner, Yaron Lapid, Ezra Wube, Mathew Pell, Rob Santaguida, Ofir Feldmann, Anna Okrasko, Sasha Waters Freyer, Matthew Pell, Insa Langhorst, Insana Salvatore, Margarita Novikova, Michael Lyons
Sun 2pm – 7pm
4pm Urban Research | Program B | Private Non-Private
(On loop on monitors or on big screen on Sun.)
with works by Fern Silva, Sheldon Brown, Russell Chartier, Eleonore Montesquiou, Markus Soukup, Andrew Freitas, Salise Hughes (pictured above: still from “Tall Trees”) , Petra Lottje, Jonathan Rescigno, David Rozas, Rhayne Vermette, Yanosky Yaroslav, Maike Zimmermann, Lynne Sachse
Loop program on different times Saturday and Sunday
Benna, Vladimir Turner, Sascha Reymann, Fried Rosenstock, Mark Street, Peter Bo Rappmund
Directors Lounge presents selected works by new media artist Erdal Inci (TR/DE)
Throughout the festival, we will show Erdal Inci’s hypnotizing GIFs of cloned motion that will glue you to the screen:
Taksim Spiral 0,8s 2013 (photo: Nick Font/ The 10th Berlin International Directors Lounge)
Pictogram 1,4s 2013
Hieropolis Amphitheatre 1,4s 2013
Flood of Light 1,4s 2013
Camondo Stairs 0,4s 2013
Read the interview with Erdal Inci on our [DL] magazine:
[DL] DEEP FEATURE: KNOCKED FOR A LOOP
Due to the nature of the event are starting times approximately. Inbetween we will show selected highlights from the archive and single loops on additional screens. A wide selection of films will always be at your fingertips through our DL à la carte system.
See you at Hi-ReS! Berlin