LaborBerlin wishes everyone all the best for 2011!
We are proud to announce the beginning of our presentation for your new homes. Putting aside the tragedy of the marshmallow factory explosion, we have selected this storefront space to give you 3D renderings of “The Old Prairie”, your new state of the art habitation Complex. It will include all the amenities you wish you had before and those you didn’t even know you needed.
Once again we want to extend our deepest apologies for the unfortunate accident that destroyed your homes. However we have already broken ground on the new buildings just a few hundred meters from where “The Prairie” used to be. So come by every Tuesday and Friday evening by the gallery space at Maybach Ufer 16;, peak through the window and peer into your future.
The Whole Inc.
P.S. A new image will be displayed every Tuesday and every Friday for the upcoming weeks. The date of the unveiling of our entire plan for reconstruction (live visual effects and music!) will be announced in the near future.
Liebe Freunde! Am kommenden Do dem 16.12. würden wir uns sehr freuen Euch zahlreich in der Forgotten Bar zu sehen. Von 19 bis 22 Uhr werden Distruktur und Guilherme Galarraga Projektionen und Installationen präsentieren. The Forgotten Bar / Galerie im Regierungsviertel
As part of the exhibition ID-Contemporary Indonesian Art at Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Philip Widman put together a program of striking Indonesian films. The weekly screening series kicks off this Sunday at FSK. Moeder Dao by Vincent Monnikendam is definitely worth a look for anyone interested in archival material, and we’ll be posting a reminder here!
Interflugs artist talk at UdK, 07.12.2010 // 19:30 // Hardenbergstraße 33 // Raum 110
Martha Colburn is a filmmaker and multimedia artist. Born in Pennsylvania in 1971, she now lives and works between Holland and New York City. She is best known for her hand painted films and stop-motion animations. On Tuesday Martha will discuss her work and show some of her films. www.marthacolburn.com
Film program at Arsenal // 07 & 08.12.2010 // 17:00// Two screenings programmed by Stefanie Gaus and Madeleine Bernstorff. Examines in/formal strategic or activist collectives/collaborations, alterity, and cinema as collective memory. Films by Piel Jutzi, Groupe Medvedkine, Westberliner Filmkollektiv, Cristina Perincioli, Stefan Hayn, Kurt and Christine Rosenthal, Paulin Suleiman Vieyra, Groupe Africain du Cinéma, Sarah Maldoror, Santiago Alvarez, et al. find out more