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Darling You Should Feel LuckyBy  At Display June 4-11, 2022„So they dance these bodies. Together and within. They camouf...
17/06/2022

Darling You Should Feel Lucky
By
At Display
June 4-11, 2022

„So they dance these bodies. Together and within. They camouflage, they shapeshift, they smile; they expand in softness. How soft is the contact before the hit of the touch? A kind of softness that we would long for, like the delicate azure reflections of the faraway. Thus a softness far away from any gendered overtone and overrated opinion but rather lingering through the spectrum of possibilities. “Darling You Should Feel Lucky” is an ode to softness and the multiplicity of perspectives. The malleable beings guide us through the exhibition as to enhance its choreographic features. At the threshold of things, they inhabit desire, where we tend to.“

1 - Seconds Afar, Walnut oil on canvas, 140x110 cm, 2022
2 - Installation view
3 - It’s a Rare Thing To Become Smooth, 190x150 cm, Walnut oil on canvas, 2022

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Next week, Saturday, June 4, we are opening Christina Huber's solo show 𝑫𝒂𝒓𝒍𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝑺𝒉𝒐𝒖𝒍𝒅 𝑭𝒆𝒆𝒍 𝑳𝒖𝒄𝒌𝒚 (4.6. - 11.6.22) 🐋...
27/05/2022

Next week, Saturday, June 4, we are opening Christina Huber's solo show 𝑫𝒂𝒓𝒍𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝑺𝒉𝒐𝒖𝒍𝒅 𝑭𝒆𝒆𝒍 𝑳𝒖𝒄𝒌𝒚 (4.6. - 11.6.22) 🐋

After two years, we're excited to be back in the former Display’s exhibition space for this special occasion, thanks to for hosting us and looking forward to seeing you there.

Exhibition:
'Darling You Should Feel Lucky'
Curated by Marie DuPasquier

Opening:
June 4, 2022 - 6-9pm
Opening hours: Sat-Sun-Wed, 2-6pm
At Display , Mansteinstr. 16, 10783 Berlin

Performances:
June 4, 2022 - from 6pm
Human Polygraph
By Johanna Ackva

June 11, 2022 - from 4pm
Sandbox
By Nina Wesemann & Emeka Ene

The research and exhibition is kindly supported by Stiftung Kunstfonds and Neustart Kultur.
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We can also count on the great support of Berlin Distillery

Baitball 02 🌹Here the documentation of the projection of « Membrane », film by Julie Favreau in the particular location ...
31/03/2022

Baitball 02 🌹Here the documentation of the projection of « Membrane », film by Julie Favreau in the particular location of the Chiesa San Giovanni in Polignano a Mare (IT). The film was especially finished for the occasion. So grateful to Julie for being part of this adventure with us and to Baitball team for putting this great exhibit together.
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« Would we raise our machines the same as our own kids? What food would we give them? “What kind of influence does our very own personality have on theirs”? Fantasies, desires, fears, discriminations or any systemic bias might well gather and be perpetuated through devices making them unwilling vehicles and agents of our own feats and foibles. During her recent residencies at Rupert (Vilnius) and Very (Berlin), Julie Favreau focused on creating film experiments in which she brings philosophical texts in conversation with voices from her entourage and visual beings. She works them in thin transparent and porous layers that let themselves be infiltrated by each other, like membranes whose limits would fade to finally lose their relevance. In this overlay of voices and images, a «blob» rises from a natural environment and evokes the emergence of a hybrid element that has integrated artificial intelligence, as well as vegetal and human properties. Here, "A sermon for the parents of young machines", by Federico Campagna (2021) gives the nutriment for this unidentifiable being, voguing in suspension to the sound of this voice while the film acts as a question on transmission and as a meditation on symbiosis. » Marie DuPasquier
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Membrane
Short film - 9 min. 51 sec. - 2021-2022
By Julie Favreau
Voice : Marie DuPasquier
Text: «A Sermon For the Parents of Young Machines» by Federico Campagna
3D Texturing and Animation: Anastasios Logothetis
3D Modeling: Jean-François Gauthier

Baitball 02 is over but we enjoyed so much being part of this collective experience. Here a few pictures of Maëlle Gross...
29/03/2022

Baitball 02 is over but we enjoyed so much being part of this collective experience. Here a few pictures of Maëlle Gross’s film « Mutter Nail » - awarded by the Swiss Art Awards in 2021 - projected in this outstanding venue of the Chiesa San Giovanni, Polignano a Mare (IT). Thanks for being there with us Maëlle and thanks to the team of Baitball who made it possible🌷.
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« In this video, as is often the case in my work, the personal, the intimate is mixed with the political or with societal issues. Here, the narrative is built from the myth of Diana, goddess of procreation but also of hunting, and is fed by a set of references that are dear to me: Anne Tsing, Donna Haraway or Hélène Cixcous. Between personal and fabulous mythology, it is about transformation, hybridization, nature, or rather a certain idea of nature. I wanted to stage bodies and share the emancipating and liberating power of dance. I wanted to talk about forms, surfaces and backgrounds that contaminate, build and change together in a perpetual movement. » Maëlle Gross

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Mutter Nail
2021
17’38’’
By Maëlle Gross
With: Caroline Gasser, Tokyo & Eleni Riga
Sound recording and mixing: Vuk Vukmanovic
Music Composition: Maëlle Gross
Choreography: Tokyo
Set assistant: Léa Graham
Subtitles: Becky Campbell
3D effects: Betran Suris

Baitball 02 is over but we enjoyed so much being part of this collective project. Here a few pictures of Maëlle Gross’s ...
29/03/2022

Baitball 02 is over but we enjoyed so much being part of this collective project. Here a few pictures of Maëlle Gross’s film « Mutter Nail » - awarded by the Swiss Art Awards in 2021 - projected in the outstanding venue of the Chiesa San Giovanni, Polignano a Mare (IT). Thanks for being there with us Maëlle and thanks to the team of Baitball who made it possible🌷
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❤️
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« In this video, as is often the case in my work, the personal, the intimate is mixed with the political or with societal issues. Here, the narrative is built from the myth of Diana, goddess of procreation but also of hunting, and is fed by a set of references that are dear to me: Anne Tsing, Donna Haraway or Hélène Cixcous. Between personal and fabulous mythology, it is about transformation, hybridization, nature, or rather a certain idea of nature. I wanted to stage bodies and share the emancipating and liberating power of dance. I wanted to talk about forms, surfaces and backgrounds that contaminate, build and change together in a perpetual movement. » Maëlle Gross

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Mutter Nail
2021
17’38’’
By Maëlle Gross
With: Caroline Gasser, Tokyo & Eleni Riga
Sound recording and mixing: Vuk Vukmanovic
Music Composition: Maëlle Gross
Choreography: Tokyo
Set assistant: Léa Graham
Subtitles: Becky Campbell
3D effects: Betran Suris

Ariane Vonmoos’ exhibition «  Awake, Take, Work, Howl, Love, Part, Rest » is on view at Anton Bortis, Zurich until April...
23/03/2022

Ariane Vonmoos’ exhibition «  Awake, Take, Work, Howl, Love, Part, Rest » is on view at Anton Bortis, Zurich until April 14. I enjoyed very much to accompany these great works with words 🌹
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«… Ouroboros, infinitely.

Part of the cycle of life and death, once cut, roses take the immediate path of death and become part of an ultra-commercial production chain of love signs owned by powerful lobbies; perhaps even one of the most ferocious capitalist enterprises to draw in and exhaust popular culture. Furthermore, the large scale production of this coveted object contributes to the dramatic degradation of environmental and social conditions.

Made of plaster and fiberglass, Ariane Vonmoos' carved sculptures are robust. And if their gentle tones emerge sharply from the white-cube-like context, the elements are still exposed to vulnerable situations or disbalance, which emphasizes the instability of their existence. They absorb the diluted pigments as well as the complexity of the flowers’ examination. Thus, leading us to a broader reflection on the ambiguity of these emblems that compose our neo-liberal consumerist society’s pop culture. Ariane Vonmoos guides us through the fragility of our being and the meanings of beauty, love and sensuality and wishes for softness. » text by Marie DuPasquier, full version link in bio

06/03/2022

TODAY we are presenting two films: 𝓜𝓮𝓶𝓫𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓮 by (here above) and 𝓜𝓾𝓽𝓽𝓮𝓻 𝓝𝓪𝓲𝓵 by at 02. Thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with these two amazing artists 💙💙 and be able to finally feature their films in the peculiar venue of Chiesa San Giuseppe.

Julie Favreau - Membrane film excerpt, 9min. 51 sec. 2021-2022

“In this overlay of voices and images, a «blob» rises from a natural environment and evokes the emergence of a hybrid element that has integrated artificial intelligence, as well as vegetal and human properties. Here, "A sermon for the parents of young machines", by Federico Campagna (2021) gives the nutriment for this unidentifiable being, voguing in suspension to the sound of this voice while the film acts as a question on transmission and as a meditation on symbiosis.”

Credits:
«Membrane»
Short film - 9 min. 51 sec. - 2021-2022
By Julie Favreau
Voice : Marie DuPasquier
Text: «A Sermon For the Parents of Young Machines» by Federico Campagna
3D Texturing and Animation: Anastasios Logothetis
3D Modeling: Jean-François Gauthier








06/03/2022

is still on and we are presenting TODAY the two films: 𝓜𝓮𝓶𝓫𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓮 by and 𝓜𝓾𝓽𝓽𝓮𝓻 𝓝𝓪𝓲𝓵 by (here above). Thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with these two amazing artists 💙💙 and be able to finally feature their films in the peculiar venue of Chiesa San Giuseppe.

- Mutter Nail - film excerpt, 2021, Video, 17'38'', 4K, 3840 × 2160

“A cultured narrator leads us from the mother-matter, to the end-of-the-world mushroom and a fluid goddess, Diana. Her voguing dance can also be read as an act of combat, with nails as weapons and looks that can kill. Through science fiction, dreaming is an approach used here to drive the practice of modeling narratives, both in the sense of the night dream as a poetic engine, and the dream of another world”. (Raffael Döring, President of the Swiss ArtsAwards)








Opening today, Baitball02 in Polignano a Mare, IT. We are glad to be part of this collective project with so many fantas...
17/01/2022

Opening today, Baitball02 in Polignano a Mare, IT. We are glad to be part of this collective project with so many fantastic peers.

We will feature video works by:



Stay tuned for more details and projection dates.


・・・
Baitball 02 opens on January 17th and runs until March 15th.
We look forward to seeing you at the collective lunch!

Book your visit at [email protected]




31/12/2021

Thanks to all of you, friends and colleagues, who made this year 𝓰𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓭𝓲𝓸𝓼𝓮 💫 and gave sense to it. Feeling grateful and humble.
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Wishing you sweetness and love for 2022💫
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1. Tobias Preosig, photo
3.- 5. Rafał Pierzyński
6. Talaya Schmid, photo
7. Ewa Dziarnowska 8. Camille Kaiser
9. Gregory Sugnaux
10. Marina Stanimirovic
11.-13. Mariana Hahn, photo by
14-17. Magali Dougoud
12-18. Laure Boer, Evelyn Saylor, photo by Aïsha Letten Bird
19.-21. Carrie McILwain photo by Aïsha Letten Bird

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKYDance performances at  In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations...
07/10/2021

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances
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In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Rehearsal Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKYDance performances  In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations an...
05/10/2021

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances

In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKYDance performances  In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations an...
05/10/2021

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances

In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird

Coming up this Thursday: GRIEF AND GRATITUDEby Carrie McILwain 23.09.2021 at 7pm at The entry is free. Booking at karten...
21/09/2021

Coming up this Thursday: GRIEF AND GRATITUDE
by Carrie McILwain

23.09.2021 at 7pm at

The entry is free.
Booking at [email protected]

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY



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Grief and Gratitude is a research focusing on the cemetery as a garden, and the edible plants which grow therein. Over the past months the artist has been harvesting from graves and untended wild sites of growth within cemeteries throughout Berlin. In private ritual the artist transformed the foraged materials into pesto, syrups, marmalades and candies. Interested in the cyclical or constant transformation possible when one eats from the garden of death – This work reflects on eating as a necessary violence; a site of sacrifice and incorporation as one material loses its form and agency to become with and sustain the life of another. If every meal can awaken a narrative of death, what role can gratitude play in this daily performance? How can we acknowledge the inevitable transformations which accompany death? – How do ritual meals reinforce separations, forge communion and feed hungry ghosts?

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © 1: Carrie McILwain, Cake Altar, 2016 2: Carrie McILwain, 2021

Coming up this Thursday>> TORPORSound performance composed by Laure Boer , interpreted together with Pina Bettina Rücker...
14/09/2021

Coming up this Thursday
>> TORPOR
Sound performance composed by Laure Boer , interpreted together with Pina Bettina Rücker and Evelyn Saylor

16.09.2021 at 7pm, 7:45pm, 8:30pm at

The entry is free
With reservation only: [email protected]

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY



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Based on statistical data on the number of deaths due to the Covid-19 pandemic, TORPOR addresses the discrepancy between the abstraction of numbers and the personal experience. Light and darkness in the graphic score translate to sound and silence.

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.

Coming up this Thursday: VALE OF TEARSProjection & Talk, Discussion by Magali Dougoud and Gesine Palmer An evening curat...
06/09/2021

Coming up this Thursday: VALE OF TEARS
Projection & Talk, Discussion by Magali Dougoud and Gesine Palmer

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

In the frame of this evening dedicated to the topic of tears and mourning, the artist Magali Dougoud and the writer Gesine Palmer will exchange on loss, remembering, weeping and fluids. The discussion will take place after the projection of the video ‚Le Continuum Bleu‘ by Magali Dougoud and a talk by Gesine Palmer.

09.09.2021 at 7pm

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.

Photo credit © Magali Dougoud, Le Continuum Bleu, videostill, 2021

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKYA series of events and performances on finitude, death and grief at  Dance performancesOctober 7-10, ...
28/08/2021

CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY
A series of events and performances on finitude, death and grief at

Dance performances

October 7-10, 2021
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY
By Johanna Ackva
Solos and duets with: Regina Baumgart, Jan Burkhardt, Emeka Ene , Sophie Kuhlmann, Akemi Nagao

Evenings | curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin

September 9, 2021 - 7-9pm
VALE OF TEARS
With Magali Dougoud and Gesine Palmer
Projection & Talk, Discussion

September 16, 2021 - 7pm / 7.45pm / 8.30pm
TORPOR
By Laure Boer (dan bau) with Pina Bettina Rücker (quartz singing bowls) and Evelyn Saylor (vocals)
Sound performance

September 23, 2021 - 7-10pm
GRIEF AND GRATITUDE
With Carrie McILwain
Ritualized dinner

Flyer design by Ana Helina Ringleb
Photos by Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird

𝓔𝓻𝓸𝓼 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓪𝓽𝓸𝓼 𝓜𝓪𝓭𝓮 𝓪 𝓒𝓱𝓲𝓵𝓭by .hahn is still on view at Église des frères prêcheurs in Arles,  until August 29 !! 🐠.....
26/08/2021

𝓔𝓻𝓸𝓼 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓪𝓽𝓸𝓼 𝓜𝓪𝓭𝓮 𝓪 𝓒𝓱𝓲𝓵𝓭
by .hahn is still on view at Église des frères prêcheurs in Arles, until August 29 !! 🐠
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A body lies down, captured in its last gesture, petrified by the ashes of Mount Vesuvius. This snapshot of death – like the recurrent motif in the history of photography – is none other than a calco, an archaeological casting. Human remains, artefact, duplicate, representation? The original has become its own copy. And if its vision haunts the thousands of visitors of Pompeii, its photograph now infuses Mariana Hahn’s whole installation.

‘Print of a young woman
Empreinte d’une jeune femme
Abdruck einer jungen Frau’

Like an auratic image, the ektrchrome thus captioned blends with the reflections of five small showcases containing the tales, the textual, and material memories assembled by the artist. A collection that resonates with the series of half-format photographs that are part of her ongoing research on anthropomorphic natural forms, kind of proto-images revealed by the seizure.

Through photography, video, installation and imprinting Mariana Hahn investigates the modes of image-making, the processes of archiving and transmission. Mariana Hahn digs the memory of her body, of her own genealogy and she depicts the transfer of knowledge from one body to another, from a woman to another. But she also tracks the recurrences and survivals (Nachleben) of collective memories and traumas.

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TODAY we are presenting two films: 𝓜𝓮𝓶𝓫𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓮 by (here above) and 𝓜𝓾𝓽𝓽𝓮𝓻 𝓝𝓪𝓲𝓵 by at 02. Thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with these two amazing artists 💙💙 and be able to finally feature their films in the peculiar venue of Chiesa San Giuseppe.

Julie Favreau - Membrane film excerpt, 9min. 51 sec. 2021-2022

“In this overlay of voices and images, a «blob» rises from a natural environment and evokes the emergence of a hybrid element that has integrated artificial intelligence, as well as vegetal and human properties. Here, "A sermon for the parents of young machines", by Federico Campagna (2021) gives the nutriment for this unidentifiable being, voguing in suspension to the sound of this voice while the film acts as a question on transmission and as a meditation on symbiosis.”

Credits:
«Membrane»
Short film - 9 min. 51 sec. - 2021-2022
By Julie Favreau
Voice : Marie DuPasquier
Text: «A Sermon For the Parents of Young Machines» by Federico Campagna
3D Texturing and Animation: Anastasios Logothetis
3D Modeling: Jean-François Gauthier








is still on and we are presenting TODAY the two films: 𝓜𝓮𝓶𝓫𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓮 by and 𝓜𝓾𝓽𝓽𝓮𝓻 𝓝𝓪𝓲𝓵 by (here above). Thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with these two amazing artists 💙💙 and be able to finally feature their films in the peculiar venue of Chiesa San Giuseppe.

- Mutter Nail - film excerpt, 2021, Video, 17'38'', 4K, 3840 × 2160

“A cultured narrator leads us from the mother-matter, to the end-of-the-world mushroom and a fluid goddess, Diana. Her voguing dance can also be read as an act of combat, with nails as weapons and looks that can kill. Through science fiction, dreaming is an approach used here to drive the practice of modeling narratives, both in the sense of the night dream as a poetic engine, and the dream of another world”. (Raffael Döring, President of the Swiss ArtsAwards)








Opening today, Baitball02 in Polignano a Mare, IT. We are glad to be part of this collective project with so many fantastic peers.

We will feature video works by:



Stay tuned for more details and projection dates.


・・・
Baitball 02 opens on January 17th and runs until March 15th.
We look forward to seeing you at the collective lunch!

Book your visit at [email protected]




Thanks to all of you, friends and colleagues, who made this year 𝓰𝓻𝓪𝓷𝓭𝓲𝓸𝓼𝓮 💫 and gave sense to it. Feeling grateful and humble.
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Wishing you sweetness and love for 2022💫
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.


1. Tobias Preosig, photo
3.- 5. Rafał Pierzyński
6. Talaya Schmid, photo
7. Ewa Dziarnowska 8. Camille Kaiser
9. Gregory Sugnaux
10. Marina Stanimirovic
11.-13. Mariana Hahn, photo by
14-17. Magali Dougoud
12-18. Laure Boer, Evelyn Saylor, photo by Aïsha Letten Bird
19.-21. Carrie McILwain photo by Aïsha Letten Bird
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances
at

In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Rehearsal Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances

In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

Dance performances

In a series of three solos and one duet, five dancers of different generations and backgrounds work with the topic of death, considering its social and political meaning as well as their own finiteness. In conversation with the artist Johanna Ackva, they are searching for an individual physical language aimed at translating an untranslatable phenomenon.

7 October: Akemi Nagao
8 October: Jan Burkhardt & Sophie Kuhlmann
9 October: emeka ene
10 October: Regina Baumgart

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird
Coming up this Thursday: GRIEF AND GRATITUDE
by Carrie McILwain

23.09.2021 at 7pm at

The entry is free.
Booking at [email protected]

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY



🌖🌗🌘🌑

Grief and Gratitude is a research focusing on the cemetery as a garden, and the edible plants which grow therein. Over the past months the artist has been harvesting from graves and untended wild sites of growth within cemeteries throughout Berlin. In private ritual the artist transformed the foraged materials into pesto, syrups, marmalades and candies. Interested in the cyclical or constant transformation possible when one eats from the garden of death – This work reflects on eating as a necessary violence; a site of sacrifice and incorporation as one material loses its form and agency to become with and sustain the life of another. If every meal can awaken a narrative of death, what role can gratitude play in this daily performance? How can we acknowledge the inevitable transformations which accompany death? – How do ritual meals reinforce separations, forge communion and feed hungry ghosts?

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Photos © 1: Carrie McILwain, Cake Altar, 2016 2: Carrie McILwain, 2021
Coming up this Thursday
>> TORPOR
Sound performance composed by Laure Boer , interpreted together with Pina Bettina Rücker and Evelyn Saylor

16.09.2021 at 7pm, 7:45pm, 8:30pm at

The entry is free
With reservation only: [email protected]

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY



***
Based on statistical data on the number of deaths due to the Covid-19 pandemic, TORPOR addresses the discrepancy between the abstraction of numbers and the personal experience. Light and darkness in the graphic score translate to sound and silence.

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Coming up this Thursday: VALE OF TEARS
Projection & Talk, Discussion by Magali Dougoud and Gesine Palmer

An evening curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin as part of CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY

In the frame of this evening dedicated to the topic of tears and mourning, the artist Magali Dougoud and the writer Gesine Palmer will exchange on loss, remembering, weeping and fluids. The discussion will take place after the projection of the video ‚Le Continuum Bleu‘ by Magali Dougoud and a talk by Gesine Palmer.

09.09.2021 at 7pm

The entry is free, but as we have a limited capacity, please reserve your tickets via [email protected]. Thank you!

This project is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.

Photo credit © Magali Dougoud, Le Continuum Bleu, videostill, 2021
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY
A series of events and performances on finitude, death and grief at

Dance performances

October 7-10, 2021
CLOUDS ON CLEAR SKY
By Johanna Ackva
Solos and duets with: Regina Baumgart, Jan Burkhardt, Emeka Ene , Sophie Kuhlmann, Akemi Nagao

Evenings | curated by Marie DuPasquier / Display, Berlin

September 9, 2021 - 7-9pm
VALE OF TEARS
With Magali Dougoud and Gesine Palmer
Projection & Talk, Discussion

September 16, 2021 - 7pm / 7.45pm / 8.30pm
TORPOR
By Laure Boer (dan bau) with Pina Bettina Rücker (quartz singing bowls) and Evelyn Saylor (vocals)
Sound performance

September 23, 2021 - 7-10pm
GRIEF AND GRATITUDE
With Carrie McILwain
Ritualized dinner

Flyer design by Ana Helina Ringleb
Photos by Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird
𝓔𝓻𝓸𝓼 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓪𝓽𝓸𝓼 𝓜𝓪𝓭𝓮 𝓪 𝓒𝓱𝓲𝓵𝓭
by .hahn is still on view at Église des frères prêcheurs in Arles, until August 29 !! 🐠
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A body lies down, captured in its last gesture, petrified by the ashes of Mount Vesuvius. This snapshot of death – like the recurrent motif in the history of photography – is none other than a calco, an archaeological casting. Human remains, artefact, duplicate, representation? The original has become its own copy. And if its vision haunts the thousands of visitors of Pompeii, its photograph now infuses Mariana Hahn’s whole installation.

‘Print of a young woman
Empreinte d’une jeune femme
Abdruck einer jungen Frau’

Like an auratic image, the ektrchrome thus captioned blends with the reflections of five small showcases containing the tales, the textual, and material memories assembled by the artist. A collection that resonates with the series of half-format photographs that are part of her ongoing research on anthropomorphic natural forms, kind of proto-images revealed by the seizure.

Through photography, video, installation and imprinting Mariana Hahn investigates the modes of image-making, the processes of archiving and transmission. Mariana Hahn digs the memory of her body, of her own genealogy and she depicts the transfer of knowledge from one body to another, from a woman to another. But she also tracks the recurrences and survivals (Nachleben) of collective memories and traumas.
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