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Klosterruine Unfinished Histories Vol IV Credit Studio Desert2
15.03. – 28.04.2019

Unfinished Histories Vol. IV

Jean-Ulrick Désert

 
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Unfinshed Histories Vol III Foto Georg Thieme
24.01. – 10.03.2019

Unfinished Histories Vol. III

Aref Hamza (عارف حمزة)

 
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Er be leben Aktion Alexanderplatz Foto Yannick Spiess
14.01. – 20.01.2019

Urban rights of young people.

 
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Klosterruine Unfinished Histories Vol II Foto Georg Thieme
23.11.2018 – 13.01.2019

Unfinished Histories Vol. II

Orsolya Kalász, Sean Bonney, Uljana Wolf

Vol. II of the multi-part exhibition project continues with the international poets Orsolya Kalász, Sean Bonney and Uljana Wolf - curated by Daniela Seel, poet and pubisher of the Berlin press kookbooks.

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STARTBILD Klosterruine Unfinished Histories Etel Adnan Foto Holger Herschel 1
29.09.2018 – 28.11.2018

Unfinished Histories Vol. I

Etel Adnan – Night & Angels

The project »Unfinished Histories« begins with the exhibition »Night & Angels« by the Lebanese-American painter, poet and essayist Etel Adnan, which will be accompanied by a sound installation by the composer and sound artist Ulrike Haage and a spoken text by the actor Angela Winkler, staged in the vestry in the cloister ruins. »Vol. I – Night & Angels« is curated by the Publisher and Translator Klaudia Ruschkowski.

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STARBILD Tom Engels und Bryana Fritz Leaving Palermo Foto David Baltzer 2018
23.06. – 18.08.2018

[statement & dialogue V]

the dead are losing or how to ruin an exhibition

With works by Henry Wilde (aka Antonia Baehr), Tom Engels, Bryana Fritz, Neo Hülcker (aka Prof. Puppy), Catalina Insignares, Franziska Lantz, Raimundas Malašauskas, Carolina Mendonça, Luzie Meyer, Arantxa Martinez, Paz Rojo, Pablo Schlumberger, Mårten Spångberg, Else Tunemyr, Max Wallenhorst – curated by Christopher Weickenmeier

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STARTBILD BorgmanLenk Radiator Foto Sebastian Häger 2017
09.06.2017 – 27.05.2018

[statement & dialogue IV]

Angelika Middendorf, Borgman | Lenk

Angelika Middendorf was a master student (Meisterschülerin) at the Berlin University of the Arts, where she used her work to explore themes of perception and the construction of reality. Her time-based work works are often developed as snapshots of highly complex realities. The results are minimalist interventions and spatial installations which open an experimental window on space and time. Middendorf’s formal language has always been open, and she works with inter-media formats including video installations, performative interventions and photography

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STARTBILD Maria und Natalia Petschatnikov Creatures Foto Holger Herschel 2017
11.02. – 30.04.2017

[statement & dialogue III]

Maria und Natalia Petschatnikov

The artists and twin sisters Maria and Natalia Petschatnikov (*1973 in Saint Petersburg) move in their artistic work between painting, sculpture and spatial installations. After studying in New York and Paris the two made use of grants and residency programmes to work in Marseille (France), Mojacar (Spain), Dublin (Ireland) and Dale (Norway), among other places. They then moved to Hamburg and finally to Berlin, where they have lived and worked since 2000.

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STARTBILD Lichtinstallation Martin Bretag Foto Holger Herschel
17.12.2016 – 02.04.2017

[statement & dialogue II]

Martin Bretag

Light and sound designer Martin Bretag is the first to make sure that the ruins of the minster don’t remain hidden in darkness during the winter. His installation, using spotlights and neon, cloaks the minster ruins in an ambient light and follows the outlines of the unique architecture of the culturally historic monument. His work plays with the historical architectural substance, transforming the site into a modern workshop for light. Bretag uses elements of the surrounding contemporary architecture and transposes them to the ground of the former church interior.

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STARTBILD Luc Wolff Baustelle Foto Holger Herschel 2016
02.09. – 30.10.2016

[statement & dialogue I]

Luc Wolff, Patricia Detmering

The Luxemburg artist Luc Wolff has set up a large-scale installation in the minster ruins. The Berlin-based artist Patricia Detmering shows a video installation in the remaining interior spaces of the church, and distorts these spaces to the other side of the world.