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Exhibitions

14.10.–26.11.2017

Ursula Mayer
ATOM SPIRIT

Ursula Mayer works across film, sculpture, photography and installation to create “kaleidoscopic” spaces where references intersect and boundaries dissolve. Her films fuse formal experimentation with myth, biopolitics and the semiotics of cinema to visualize and ruminate upon future, post-human ontology.

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Image: Ursula Mayer, ATOM SPIRIT, 2016/17, 16 mm on HD, 20 min
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Ursula Mayer, ATOM SPIRIT, 2016/17, 16 mm on HD, 20 min

14.10.–26.11.2017
Kabinett

Annelies Senfter
Coming to See

Annelies Senfter’s work is situated between photography, research and poetic investigation, and investigating notions of memory and trauma. Her work resonates with an urge to uncover repressed subjects without stirring up negative sentiments.

Details

Image: Annelies Senfter, Untitled, 2014/2016, archive pigment print (detail)
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Annelies Senfter, Untitled, 2014/2016, archive pigment print (detail)

14.10.–26.11.2017
1 Picture in CaféCult

Café Cult #81: ARTgenossen
Take one Picture – What does art have to do with my life?

ARTgenossen were invited to present their work as part of the exhibition series in Café Cult #81.

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25.02.2017–04.02.2018
Ring Gallery

Nevin Aladağ. Five Stones Game

Based in Berlin, Nevin Aladağ uses everyday objects and situations as a starting point for her artworks, in which she deals with cultural and political codes, as well as their origins and histories.

For 2017, Aladağ was invited to do a year-long exhibition in the Ringgalerie. The artist made a full installation in all four corridors, the first one in the space rather than on its walls.

Details

Image: Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Nevin Aladağ, Five Stones Game, 2012 / 2009, 38 C-prints, 40 x 30 cm, played by Pakize Aladağ