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Residency-Filme?

Film evening: 

Wed 15 Sep 2021, 7 pm

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Voids of Presence

Artists talk:

Wed 8 Dec 2021, 7 pm

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Voids of Presence

Film evening:

Sat 27 Nov 2021, 7 pm

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Voids of Presence

Artists talk:

Sat 23 Oct 2021, 5 pm

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15 Buchstaben – 101 Wörter

Art in public space:

10 Dec 2020 – 10 Dec 2021, from dusk on the facade above the gallery

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Experi

Film evening:

Wed 29 Sep 2021, 7 pm

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Residency-Filme?

Film evening:

Wed 15 Sep 2021, 7 pm

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Fictions and Futures

Film evening:

Sat 11 Sep 2021, 7 pm

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Grimme Nacht II

Performance:

Thu 9 Sep 21, 8 pm, in the panorama windows of the Galerie Nord

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Zeitungsredaktion

Workshop:

Tue 7 Sep 2021, 4 pm

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Ortstermin 21

Art festival:

27. – 29. Aug 2021

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radio.MENT

Action:

21 Aug – 9 Oct 2021, each Saturday 10–11 am on Cashmere Radio

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This Is Not Funny

Exhibition tour:

Thu 5 Aug 2021, 7 pm

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This Is Not Funny

Exhibition tour:

Thu 22 Jul 2021, 7 pm

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Grimme Nacht I

Performance:

Thu 17 Jun 2021, from 10 pm

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inside:OUT Part III

Art in public space:

19 Mar – 30 Apr 2021, all day in the windows

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inside:OUT Part II

Art in public space:

5  – 18 Mar 2021, all day in the windows

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inside:OUT Part I

Art in public space:

12 Feb – 4 Mar 2021, all day in the windows

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Black on Black

Performance:

12 Feb – 4 Mar 2021, from dusk in the gallery windows

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Film screening and talk with Christian Diaz Orejarena and Madeleine Bernstorff

Artist residencies have long been considered an important economic pillar, especially for emerging artists. Some works created in the context of a residency immanently or consciously reflect the challenge of integrating a site-specificity that is not always demanded. Depending on the time available, on the network found or activated, tourist mechanisms can also get the upper hand here.  Madeleine Bernstorff presents two very different artistic positions on this problem in the film programme Residency-Filme? Eva Könnemann’s film Das offenbare Geheimnis (29 min, 2015) and Christian Diaz Orejarena’s Fronteras Visibles (versión discursiva) (17 min, 2021).

Christian Diaz Orejarena studied conceptual and media art in Berlin and Vienna. He works on research-based and interdisciplinary projects that are often created in a collective context. In his artistic work, he tells self-deprecating and personal stories about his post-migrant biography and constructs a docufictional view of socio-political, economic and aesthetic connections between Colombia and Germany. He is part of the rampe:collective group.

Eva Könnemann’s films resemble experimental set-ups with an open-ended outcome. Her working method oscillates between documentary observation, fictional extension, scientific experiment and sometimes a proximity to reality TV. Processes of observation and invention, of conception and filming are mutually dependent and merge into one another almost imperceptibly. And encounters always take place.

Madeleine Bernstorff (Berlin) writes, teaches, makes film/cinema programmes. Mostly collaborative, research-based projects on the cinema of resistance movements, on small form: Video activism, representation of the suffragettes in early cinema, the anti-colonial filmmaker René Vautier, Margaret Raspé’s camera helmet, Ella Bergmann-Michel. With the SPOTS group, production of video spots on the NSU complex. Currently: with the Harun Farocki Institute, research on the filmmaker Skip Norman.

Madeleine Bernstorff is a participating artist in the exhibition <Doku.Argu.Experi.Pig.>. Her work Friedrichstr. (2021) presents two vitrine tables with drawings, watercolours, notes and photographs on the reconstruction of Friedrichstraße station in 1990 and the work in a collective film production.

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