Birol Ünel (18/08/1961 – 03/09/2020) at [DL9], Berlin, 2013. Greatly talented, sadly missed. Foto: Kenton Turk/DL
part of Infected Reality at Walden Art Exhibitions.
“Underneath it all” and “Memorabilia” by Mélissa Faivre
Mélissa Faivre’s work is immersive, hallucinatory or even vertigo-inducing, depending on your reception, or possibly your viewing experience. They are rich in color, movement and associations. … read more
A three-part cooperation with Walden Art Exhibitions.
Finally, we are sneaking back into the real world with some special presentations during Infected Reality, conceived by WK+, the Walden Kunstaustellungen gallery.
Infected Reality shows 7 projects with media art from Berlin, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Kiel and Vienna at weekly intervals. … read more
Nina Hartmann, an upcoming media artist from Kiel, created the video installation “Starfish” especially for Infected Realities. The premiere on July 30th, 7pm, takes place in attendance of Nina Hartmann. … read more
part of Infected Reality at Walden Art Exhibitions “if I want to show a movement, that motion must be rich as far as I can do.” Erdal Inci (oddviz) oddviz is an art collective based in İstanbul focusing on scanning objects and locations using photogrammetry technique, producing 3D digital replicas. The collective presents digitized commodities …
Purveyors of hard-edged rock Dim Locator of Prague came to Berlin to perform an electrifying live set in 2013 at [DL9], in a program accompanying the docu-film Autoluminescent. Phil Shoenfelt is the all-in-black frontman of the unit. … read more
Once again, the Photo/Media edition of the C.A.R., the Contemporary Art Ruhr, lived up to its good reputation for being one of the best staged art fairs. The amply dimensioned halls of the former coal mine offered a perfect space for presenting our selection of experimental films and video art alongside selected media artists and photographers. … read more
Meet us at the C.A.R. Photo/Media art fair at Zeche Zollverein!
6. – 8. of March.
Dedicated presentations include works from “The Department of Anarchy” curated by filmmakers Noel Lawrence and Burke Roberts and “Abstractions”, a program of experimental films by Berlin and international artists.
Furthermore, we will be screening experimental video works from the Medienwerkstatt Berlin (Rücklicht / Back Light), and exciting moving image work from the Directors Lounge archives.
On board at our booth: Berlin artist Visuman, Nina Hartmann), Julia Murakami, Andreas Sachsenmaier, Felina Schrödinger, Joachim Seinfeld (photography) and André Werner (photography). … read more
“Abstractions” presents a program of experimental film by Berlin and international artists. The films use abstractions of the “real”, which means they do not tell a fictive or documentary narration. Neither are they non-figurative film paintings. … read more
Kim Collmer Behind the Curtain.
Directors Lounge Screening
Thursday, 27 February 2020, 9pm
Z-Bar, Bergstraße 2, 10115 Berlin-Mitte
Animation and “real film” come together almost seamlessly in the work of Kim Collmer, connecting creative fantasy with space and place. … read more