Auflösung III – Entgrenzung Resolution/Dissolution III - De-Limitation

22 July–27 August 2006
Opening: 21 July 2006

Exhibition Series
Performance
Publication (part I-III)

Location(s): NGBK, Oranienstraße 25

Artists

Denis Luce, Kirsten Pieroth, Stefan Riebel, Jörg Schütze, Julie Tolentino

Project group RealismusStudio

Friederike Anders, Hildtrud Ebert, Anke Hoffmann, Christin Lahr, Frank Wagner, Susanne Weiß

Events:

PERFORMANCE
The performance “FOR YOU” by and with Julie Tolentino can be seen daily from 1 to 8 August 2006 during opening hours. Each individual performance is for just one person – bookings can be made at the NGBK office: Tel. 030-6165130

FILM PROGRAMME
The exhibition is accompanied by a programme of 3 film evenings showing films and videos on the subject of RESOLUTION / DISSOLUTION. An introduction to the topic may be seen in the exhibition waiting-room where excerpts from film classics will be showing, including ”The Man with the X-Ray-Eyes“, “Blaumilchkanal“ and “Themroc“. From 21.30 h / from 21 h videos by the artists Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler, Christine de la Garenne, Thomas Köner, Aernout Mik, Andreas Rost, Corinna Schnitt, Gillian Wearing, Silke Witzsch and Sharam Entekhabi can be seen in the courtyard and in the exhibition waiting-room.

FILM PROGRAMME 1 :
HIGH DEFINITION
Thursday, 27 July 2006

FILM PROGRAMME 2 : RAUSCH/EN / SIGNAL NOISE
Thursday, 10.August 2006

FILM PROGRAMME 3 : ENTGRENZUNG/ DE-LIMITATION
Sunday, 27.August 2006 Finissage

We have arrived. The sun is glaring, everything is white.
The new HD-camera is still hanging from a shoulder – or not;
it’s just an empty case – has the camera been stolen?
Memory failure. The sound inside our heads has been replaced by a softly vibrating hum. Every so often it sounds as though a tap were dripping.
Is it deafness? Or has everything we have ever known somehow stopped?
We feel faint, yet strangely light-headed. If only our memories would start functioning again… We are alone at one of the beaches that have mushroomed throughout
the city centre. The sand is sticky and appears to consist of sugar. Strangely enough, a puddle has formed. A glistening piece of tin foil and several scraps of paper are being tossed about in the warm breeze. We catch one of them.
It reads: FOR YOU – by appointment only – Oranienstraße 25
We’ll go there.