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Thursday, 1 Dec

Opening: December 1, 2016, 7 pm
Artists: Ayami Awazuhara, Aliénor Dauchez, Marlen Letetzki
Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Moirai Realität is a mixed media performance and installation, developed by Avenir Institute upon invitation from Platform-Berlin. It is a critical reflection on the process of narrating reality, as a composition of subjective events interpreted by the narrator or institution into 'facts'. Moirai are the witches from Greek Mythology, that stitch the carpet of fate for both (wo)man and Gods.
The performance will include a set of numbered statements on the...
Platform-Berlin, 19.00h
Duration: 1 Dec31 Dec

Friday, 2 Dec

Israeli artist Liat Segal questions observation capacity at times of information overflow. During the exhibition a large painting machine creates a continuous calligraphic code from digital texts. The encrypted sequences are physically visualized as fuzzy-ordered stains on paper.
The title of the exhibition is drawn from the technical term “Not a typewriter” - an error code used by early days Unix operating systems to indicate an invalid input\output....
KANYA BERLIN · PROJECT SPACE, 19.00h
Duration: 2 Dec8 Dec

Sunday, 4 Dec

Live Performance
Touch Love Cooking is the brainchild of artists Thomas L. Chapman and Lena Marie Emrich, a.k.a. Jules and Julez, who are the hosts of a home shopping channel and showroom occupying the Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. TLC is more than a brand, more than a new way of bringing joy and handcrafted products to your kitchen, and definitely more than a unique approach to preparing meals. It is a scheme that offers sets of tools for managing...
L40, 16.00h

This Week

Tuesday, 6 Dec

Book Reading with Walter Thümler: "Immer geschieht etwas".
18 - 22 pm: Show "In, out and about", Paintings and Drawings by Ute Lydia Ludwig.
"In a basic affirmation of all existence the poems of Walter Thümler confide
our fear of the life and our state of being subjected  to the transistoriness.
In spite of that although they celebrate the beauty of the earth and reveal
hope with perspectives of laugh and smile."
Image + Credit: Ute Lydia Ludwig
HilbertRaum, 18.00h

Friday, 9 Dec

Feriel Bendjama, Blue Years, 2016
In the exhibition "Blue Years", Feriel Bendjama examines the social consequences of a possible seizure of power by right-wing populists in Germany.
What would happen if a right-wing populist party ruled Germany? This question is the starting point for Bendjama's future vision. Inspired by an election poster with the inscription "Berlin needs Blue" - she embarks on a journey through time and creates a gloomy visual prognosis. In photographs, installations...
HilbertRaum, 18.00h
Duration: 9 Dec18 Dec
An exhibition by Stefanie Hillich & Wiebke Maria Wachmann.
Light plays an important role in Stefanie Hillich's scenes. The subjects of her pictures are substantial, presenting what seems to be everyday-situations.  She generates a mood, a feeling that one cannot escape from, while playing with the subconscious. Sometimes melancholy, surreal, usually peculiar, with a subtle shift towards the grotesque, her images are characterised by refracted colours...
Scotty , 19.00h
Duration: 10 Dec23 Dec

Saturday, 10 Dec

Hartmut Heck, H.H. Zwanzig, Susanne Knaack, Stefanie Neumann u. a.
 and Fri, 6. 1. - Sun, 15. 1. 2017
Toscana-Halle, 15.00h

Sunday, 11 Dec

Workshops-topics: "Rethinking present", a how to manual for wraping Christmas gifts.
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 11.00h
Sonntag, den 11. Dezember 2016, 17 h
EARLE BROWN December ‘52 (1952), MORTON FELDMAN A very short trumpet piece (1986), CHRIS NEWMAN The Kinks and Schubert (1992) und Cologne or Belgium (1987)
During intermission we serve you a dish.
Andrew Digby, Tenor- und Altposaune; Chris Newman, Sprecher
Mittwoch, den 14. Dezember 2016, 20 h
EARLE BROWN November '52 (1952), December '52 (1952), MORTON FELDMAN The viola in my life 3 (1970), Two Intermissions (1950),...
7Hours Haus 19, 17.00h
Duration: 5 Oct19 Nov
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