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Times Art Center Berlin Times Art Center Berlin is a non-profit art institution located in Brunnenstrasse 9 near Rosenthaler Platz in the heart of Berlin.

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15/03/2022
Wong Ping: "Earwax" at Times Art Center Berlin | Exhibition Trailer

As one of the most eccentric artists of our time, Wong’s visual language moves on the border between shock and humor, often creating disturbing and crude narratives that challenge conventional concepts of human desire, obsession, shame, isolation, or repressed sexuality. At the Times Art Center Berlin, the artist realizes his largest sculptural work to date, and transfers his idiosyncratic, humorous aesthetic into three-dimensional space. In his new works, playfulness meets urgency and discomfort as Wong critically reflects on turning increasingly inward in the face of pandemic restrictions on public lif

Thank you gallerytalk.net for this in depth review of our show "Earwax" 👂✨ (in German)"Auftauchend aus diesem Ohreninner...
15/03/2022
Wong Ping: Schmalz the pain away - gallerytalk.net

Thank you gallerytalk.net for this in depth review of our show "Earwax" 👂✨ (in German)

"Auftauchend aus diesem Ohreninneren, zurück zur Ohrmuschel fliegt ein Blahpingball spektakulär direkt durch den gedehnten Hauttunnel. Ping problematisiert mit “Earwax” die permanente Beschallung, den Informationsüberfluss und die Fragilität der Wahrheit auf humorvolle Weise. Er überfordert und fordert heraus gleichermaßen. Geschickt verknüpft er Innen und Außen, Stadt und Individuum, Sinn und Sinnloses. Die Schutzfunktion des Ohrenschmalzes wurde selten so deutlich, selten hat er sich so facettenreich zeigen können."

Mit Wong Pings Soloshow “Earwax” im Times Art Center Berlin kann und soll Ohrenschmalz, das eher als ekelig konnotierte Sekret, anders gedacht werden.

Thank you to our many friends, collaborators and visitors who came to join us last week for the opening of Wong Ping's s...
11/03/2022

Thank you to our many friends, collaborators and visitors who came to join us last week for the opening of Wong Ping's show "Earwax". We were delighted to have our space crowded once again!

Swipe to find a few impressions of our exhibition!

"Earwax" will run until June 26, 2022. We are open Tuesday till Sunday, from 12 to 7pm, come visit!

✨OPEN CALL✨ For the long-term project “Three Contested Sites—The Worldly Fables of the Long 1990s” (co-curated by Nikita...
07/02/2022
Open Call for “Three Contested Sites” – Times Art Center Berlin

✨OPEN CALL✨

For the long-term project “Three Contested Sites—The Worldly Fables of the Long 1990s” (co-curated by Nikita Yingqian Cai and Mia Yu) that will be exhibited at Times Art Center Berlin from September to December 2022, we are pleased to announce the *Open Call* for one exhibition history researcher from Thailand, Berlin, London, Hong Kong and Mainland China respectively to form a research group.

The Open Call is co-launched by Times Museum and Times Art Center Berlin.

Click on the link below to find all the information & requirements:

https://www.timesartcenter.org/2022/02/03/open-call-for-three-contested-sites/

Open Call for “Three Contested Sites”Feb 03, 2022 Co-launched by Guangdong Times Museum and Times Art Center Berlin Huang Yongping’s work on China Avant-garde, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (1993) Co-curated by Nikita Yingqian Cai and Mia Yu, the long-term project “Three Contested Sites—The W...

23/12/2021

2021 was a year to deal with our complex present through re-defined boundaries of exhibition-making, re-configured possibilities of exchanges, and re-imagined potentialities of encounter. We look back on the challenges and are grateful for the collective energies of colleagues, collaborators, and artists who helped bring our projects to life.

"Readings From Below," "Angst Keine Angst," and "Más Allá el Mar Canta" explored how artists engage in multifaceted forces shaping histories and present while offering new perspectives on fear and resilience, discrimination and resistance, and uncertainties and potentialities.

Stay up-to-date with us via our social media channels for next year’s projects ✉️

Thank you to all of our collaborators, audiences, and helpers over the last year. Wishing you all joyful & safe holidays, and see you healthy next year 💫

We are thankful for all of our artists, collaborators and helpers who made "Más Allá, el Mar Canta" possible over the la...
17/12/2021
Opening: Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings)

We are thankful for all of our artists, collaborators and helpers who made "Más Allá, el Mar Canta" possible over the last few months, and have a little throwback this week to our opening days during Berlin Art Week in September ✨

Come by until Sunday evening if you haven't seen the many histories of migration, mestizaje, colonial entanglements and moments of kinship & intimacies written into the artworks in our exhibition. And don't miss our finissage program this weekend 💕

Opening day of the exhibition "Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings)""Más Allá, el Mar Canta" aims to explore narratives of migration from China to ...

27/11/2021
In Conversation with Colectivo Hapa, Esvin Alarcón Lam, Mimian Hsu, and Pablo José Ramírez

On the occasion of the exhibition Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings) at Times Art Center Berlin, the conversation with the artists Colectivo Hapa, Esvin Alarcón Lam, and Mimian Hsu, moderated by curator Pablo José Ramírez, revolves around an expanded notion of the Central American region, as understood by points of flux and diasporic encounters.

Join us tomorrow for the premiere of this talk💕
26/11/2021

Join us tomorrow for the premiere of this talk💕

This coming Saturday, as part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings)’ at Times Art Center Berlin, watch the conversation with Colectivo Hapa, Esvin Alarcon Lam, Mimian Hsu and Pablo José Ramírez online at this link:
https://bit.ly/3l4plJG

06/11/2021
Molecular Love (Mestizo) Act 3 by Mercedes Azpilicueta

Times Art Center Berlin presents the performance video of "Molecular Love (Mestizo) Act 3" by the artist Mercedes Azpilicueta on the occasion of the exhibition Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings) – Diasporic Intimacies and Labor.

Molecular Love is a long-term project by the Argentinian artist that began in 2016 at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. It traces an evolving score written by the artist and materialized into a performative installation. Since the beginning (Act 1), the score has been fed by several shifting collaborations and rehearsals with dancers and singers. The third act of Molecular Love (a Mestizo act) continues to define and shape its multiple body fed by migrating organic matter, taking the work of Argentinian philosopher Maria Lugones (1944-2020) on multiplicity and mestizaje as a starting point.

"Molecular Love" is a long-term project by the Argentinian artist Mercedes Azpilicueta that began in 2016 at the Rijksak...
02/11/2021
Trailer: "Molecular Love (Mestizo) Act 3" by Mercedes Azpilicueta

"Molecular Love" is a long-term project by the Argentinian artist Mercedes Azpilicueta that began in 2016 at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. It traces an evolving score written by the artist and materialized into a performative installation. Since the beginning (Act 1), the score has been fed by several shifting collaborations and rehearsals with dancers and singers. The third act of Molecular Love (a Mestizo act) continues to define and shape its multiple body fed by migrating organic matter, taking the work of Argentinian philosopher Maria Lugones (1944-2020) on multiplicity and mestizaje as a starting point.

👉🏻 Don't forget to join us for the last performance of "Molecular Love" this week on Saturday at 5pm!

Trailer from "Molecular Love" on our opening day, video: Tom Janson

Performers: Deva Schubert and Nagao Akemi "Molecular Love" is a long-term project by Argentinian artist Mercedes Azpilicueta that began in 2016 at the…

30/10/2021
In Conversation: Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and Pablo José Ramírez

On the occasion of the exhibition Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings), Times Art Center Berlin presents a conversation between curator and cultural theorist Pablo José Ramírez and Guatemalan artist Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa about his work Chiperrec (2021), currently on view in the show. The talk explores Ramírez-Figueroa’s research into overlapping historical narratives surrounding the history of Chinese tea in Guatemala, and the archival evidence and speculation that informed this new artistic commission and his practice at large.

Tune in tomorrow at 1 pm on our channels to watch the artist talk with Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa  and Pablo José Ramirez  ...
29/10/2021

Tune in tomorrow at 1 pm on our channels to watch the artist talk with Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and Pablo José Ramirez about the newly commissioned work "Chiperrec" in our exhibition!

Don't miss the facebook live talk tonight (7.30pm EST) about the Trinidadian painter Sybil Atteck with researcher Keith ...
12/10/2021

Don't miss the facebook live talk tonight (7.30pm EST) about the Trinidadian painter Sybil Atteck with researcher Keith Atteck and artist Christopher Cozier, who are also part of our exhibition "Más Allá, el Mar Canta"!

"[Der Kurator] Pablo José Ramirez nimmt nun Orte der Gemeinschaft von Migrat:innen in den Blick und möchte das heilende,...
30/09/2021
Diaspora - Dahinter das Meer

"[Der Kurator] Pablo José Ramirez nimmt nun Orte der Gemeinschaft von Migrat:innen in den Blick und möchte das heilende, kreative Potenzial eines Miteinanders erkennbar machen, das aus der Entwurzelung und Fremdheit entsteht. „Wenn wir über Diasporas als Intimitäten nachdenken, als Zugehörigkeit, geht es darum, die lebendige politische Dimension von transkulturellen Begegnungen anzuerkennen“, erklärt der Kurator."

Thank you der Freitag for this wonderful article (in German!), now also online, for "Más Allá, el Mar Canta" 💕

In einer chinesischen Kunstinstitution in Berlin-Mitte werden wenig bekannte Migrationsgeschichten erzählt

On the opening day of "Más Allá, el Mar Canta,” we were bewitched by the live performance of “Molecular Love”–a long-ter...
22/09/2021

On the opening day of "Más Allá, el Mar Canta,” we were bewitched by the live performance of “Molecular Love”–a long-term project by Argentinian artist Mercedes Azpilicueta that began in 2016.

It traces an evolving score written by the artist and materialized into a performative installation. Since the beginning (Act 1), the score has been fed by several shifting collaborations and rehearsals with dancers and singers. The second act evolved as a textile and performative installation.

The third act of "Molecular Love (a Mestizo act)" continues to define and shape its multiple body fed by migrating organic matter, taking the work of Argentinian philosopher Maria Lugones (1944-2020) on multiplicity and mestizaje as a starting point this time.

The exhibition space of Times Art Center Berlin is inhabited by a group of bodies in constant interaction with moving costumes, decor, video and sounds, visual scores, and wall texts.

These fleeing bodies shape reciprocal and affective relationships, yolking and conjugating together across scale, speed, synchronicities, and complexities.

Curated by Pablo José Ramirez

Performance with Deva Schubert and Nagao Akemi.

Coordinated by Angeliki Tzortzakaki

Photos by Yozy Yu Zhang

Thank you all for visiting us during the tremendous Berlin Art Week! After months of preparation, we were thrilled to op...
21/09/2021

Thank you all for visiting us during the tremendous Berlin Art Week!

After months of preparation, we were thrilled to open our new exhibition “Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings): Diasporic Intimacies and Labor” on September 15.

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“Más Allá, el Mar Canta" explores narratives of migration from China to Central America and the Caribbean as a starting point to consider systems of kinship and ontologies of intimacy. The artists’ work in the exhibition speaks from the conundrum of diasporic subjectivities, powered by either personal explorations or by collective motifs whose common ground is the always poignant reminder that there is no political imagination without community. The artworks in the exhibition are a unique testimony of an alchemic procedure that invokes agency from within the ruins of coloniality.

Curated by Pablo José Ramírez

Photos by Yozy Yu Zhang

18/09/2021

Come visit us in person this Berlin Art Week until Sunday from 11-7pm, and then again from Tuesday til Saturday during our regular opening hours! For more insights into our show "Más Allá, el Mar Canta", check out our Online Publication for the exhibition: publications.timesartcenter.org/en/publication/mas-alla-el-mar-canta ✨✨✨

16/09/2021
Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings) | Diasporic Intimacies and Labor

"Más Allá, el Mar Canta" ("Beyond, the Sea Sings") at Times Art Center Berlin explores the Chinese diaspora in Central America and the Caribbean as a starting point to consider systems of kinship and ontologies of encounter.

Within historical recounts of colonialism, narratives of diasporic intimacies are registered as minor events or as private conundrums, obliterating their existence as creative forces that sustained the reproduction of communal life-forms and cultures of resilience. Alongside the violence of colonial labor, people first found one another and lived together. The exhibition Más Allá, el Mar Canta, curated by Pablo José Ramírez, borrows its name and takes inspiration from the book by the Afro-Chinese Cuban writer Regino Pedroso. With this work, Pedroso won the Cuban Poetry Prize in 1939, earning him acclaim as a truly unique voice of Latin American literature. The artists presented in the exhibition give voice to a collective memory of diasporic subjectivities, invoking traces of colonial spectralities.

09/09/2021

From today, you can book your opening time slot to join us on our opening next Wednesday, from 4 til 8 pm!

Pablo José Ramírez will give a curator’s tour at 4.30 pm, followed by a performance of the work “Molecular Love (Mestizo) Act 3” by Mercedes Azpilicueta at 5 pm. Both events have limited registration: https://www.timesartcenter.org/visit-us/

Image: works by Mercedes Azpilicueta, Andrea Chung, Christopher Cozier, Colectivo Hapa, Richard Fung, Peng Zuqiang.

"In Eastleigh in Nairobi, I came upon a crossing filled with stagnant water from broken sewage pipes, and I decided to “...
15/07/2021

"In Eastleigh in Nairobi, I came upon a crossing filled with stagnant water from broken sewage pipes, and I decided to “step into” the situation. It is about confronting the location, intervening, creating a halt in the busyness of daily life and transforming the place for a moment into a creative space. This flings open the entryway to a different dimension of being. For a while the daily stories, struggles, and worries of the astonished viewers are cleared away. A new context opens up, in which each person can become differently aware of their surroundings, their movements, themselves, and others around them. This “technique” functions especially well in such an environment, in which contemporary art up to now does not play a great role. It can create an unexpected and possibly transformative experience for those who witness the action. I pick up impulses from the people and the specific surroundings and allow that to be communicated with my voice and movements."
- Mwangi Hutter

Eastleigh Crossing, 2009, Single-channel video, sound, 7 min 48 sec, courtesy of the artist and galerie burster

Sun Haili’s original performance titled "Face Washing" took place in June 2004 in Paris—during the artist’s “self-exile”...
15/07/2021

Sun Haili’s original performance titled "Face Washing" took place in June 2004 in Paris—during the artist’s “self-exile” from the East—when he felt the urge to wash his face in the Seine River. From then on, no matter which country, city or area he passes through—from politically sensitive areas, mythical lakes, to the Atlantic Ocean or the South China Sea—Sun recorded his “dialogue” with the local waters in photographs and videos.
The concept of the Sun Haili's series "Face-Washing" gradually grew with artist's experience and has since become a lifelong behaviour. Through the artist's individual experience of scrubbing the texture of his skin, his work conveys a sense of unease, pain, and exile: an underlying inner fear and the never-ending escape.⠀

Sun Haili, Face Washing – My Life-long Performance, 2004-ongoing, series of 12 photographs, black-and-white, each 30 × 20 cm, courtesy of the artist. Angst, Keine Angst, installation view at Times Art Center, 2021. Foto: Jens Ziehe, Berlin.

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Founded by the Guangdong Times Museum in 2018, Times Art Center Berlin is the first parallel institution set up overseas by an Asian art museum. It operates as an autonomous nonprofit organization and dedicates itself to developing new models of a contemporary art institution, through exhibitions, productions, public programs, and collaborative projects. Located in Mitte, Times Art Center Berlin has embraced diversity, multiculturalism and connectivity, with a special focus on underrepresented artists and art practices from Asia since its inauguration. It aims to provide a platform for a wide range of contemporary art practices and research-based discourses. It encourages cross-border and transnational initiatives beyond the “East-West” dichotomy and promotes the aesthetics and visions of “New Institutional Geographies” established by the Guangdong Times Museum: a research-based trajectory that re-envisions the understanding of Asian contemporary art in a global context. In doing so, Times Art Center Berlin strives to contribute to the diversity of Berlin’s art-world ecosystem.

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See our weekly event list, which includes exhibition openings and various events at Times Art Center Berlin, BBA Gallery, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, tȇte and a few other Berlin spaces:
This weekend, visit exhibition openings and events at Ashley Berlin, Hua International, Times Art Center Berlin, Akademie der Künste, Galerie Tanja Wagner and other spaces in Berlin:
In the frame of its ongoing exhibition ‘Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings),’ Times Art Center Berlin will host a conversation this Saturday with Nicole Awai, Christopher Cozier, Haishu Chen and Pablo José Ramírez. Watch it online at this link: https://bit.ly/3l4plJG
This coming Saturday, as part of the ongoing exhibition ‘Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings)’ at Times Art Center Berlin, watch the conversation with Colectivo Hapa, Esvin Alarcon Lam, Mimian Hsu and Pablo José Ramírez online at this link: https://bit.ly/3l4plJG
‘Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings): Diasporic Intimacies and Labor,’ curated by Pablo José Ramirez, considers in*******al encounters in diaspora as systems of resistance and forces of cross-cultural creation. For our recent video documentation, we spoke to the curator and participating artists David Zink Yi, Colectivo Hapa and Mimian Hsu, ahead of the exhibition’s opening at Times Art Center Berlin during Berlin Art Week, 15—19 SEP 2021. Video by MONA | Produced by Monica Salazar | Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns
Times Art Center Berlin presents Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings). September 16–December 19, 2021 #TimesArtCenterBerlin #MasAllaelMarCanta #BeyondtheSeaSings More info: e-flux.com/announcements/412930/
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Times Art Center Berlin presents "Angst, keine Angst / Fear, No Fear". #TimesArtCenterBerlin April 7–July 17, 2021 From April 7 to July 17, 2021, the project Angst, keine Angst / Fear, No Fear will present different artistic perspectives on contemporary fears and insecurities in three chapters at the Times Art Center Berlin. Initiated by Huang Xiaopeng (1960–2020), the project is co-curated by Dorothee Albrecht, Antje Majewski and Stefan Rummel. The curatorial team has invited artists across generations, from the 1960s to the 1990s, to present works in the media of sculpture, installation, video, performance, painting, and photography. Many of them have been dealing with the theme of fear and anxiety for a long time. The exhibition explores the broad spectrum of forms of fear that have emerged in different geographical and historical contexts and reflects on the current state of the world determined by collective fear and anxiety. Fear and anxiety form the basis of superstitions and ideologies and influence societies in very concrete ways. In 1768, a rumor about "Soulstealers"—beggars and monks who secretly absorb human souls—spread over 12 Chinese provinces with a population of more than 200 million people within a few months. A mass hysteria triggered by fear took many lives. Fears were instrumentalized during the witch hunts in medieval Europe, the persecution of "communists" in the McCarthy era in the USA or the nuclear competition between East and West during the Cold War. In the current world, living conditions and interpersonal relationships lack stability; ecological, social and cultural principles are proving to be highly fragile. In our globalized communities, can fear inspire us to a common response to future threats? Can it provide us with constructive means to interpret the unknown? Are we able to choose courage instead of fear and thus bring about a new beginning? Huang Xiaopeng's untimely death in October 2020 means a tragic loss not only for his family and friends, but also for his colleagues, his students and the art community, to which he has contributed enormously over the past decades. Since the beginning of last year, Huang has been working together with Dorothee Albrecht, Antje Majewski and Stefan Rummel on the project Angst, keine Angst / Fear, No Fear. The participants decided to realize the exhibition in Huang's spirit and in memory of his life-long commitment to close artistic collaborations. Artists: Thomas Adebahr, Hank Yan Agassi, Dorothee Albrecht, Nine Budde, Chen Dandizi, Iyad Dayoub, Nina DeLudemann, Abrie Fourie, Anne Gathmann, Ge Yulu, Anja Gerecke, Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Huang Xiaopeng, Klaas Hübner, Franziska Hünig, Mwangi Hutter, Yuko Kaseki, Ange Kayifa, Friederike Klotz, Ulrike Kuschel, Lei Lijie, Li Juchuan, Li Lulu, Li Xiangwei, Li Yifan, Mikhail Lylov, Ma Xinyu, Ma Yujiang, Antje Majewski, Sajan Mani, Elke Marhöfer, Maternal Fantasies, Alice Musiol, Paulo Nazareth, Bettina Nürnberg & Dirk Peuker, Pınar Öğrenci, Qin Jin, Stefan Rummel, RZhen, Song Ta, Erwin Stache, Sun Haili, Tam Waiping, Vangjush Vellahu, Janin Walter, Wang Yinjie & Yao Chunchun, Wei Yuan, Wu Sibo, Wu Tiao Ren, Xi Lei, Yang Xinjia, Zhong Jialing, Zhu Tao Over a period of ten weeks, each chapter of the project Angst, keine Angst / Fear, No Fear deals with a different perspective on these topics: Chapter 1: Uncertainties – Walking on Unstable Grounds April 7–May 1, 2021 Nine Budde, Anne Gathmann, Anja Gerecke, Huang Xiaopeng, Klaas Hübner, Franziska Hünig, Friederike Klotz, Ulrike Kuschel, Li Juchuan, Li Xiangwei, Li Yifan, Ma Xinyu, Ma Yujiang, Antje Majewski & Vangjush Vellahu, Alice Musiol, Dirk Peuker & Bettina Nürnberg, Qin Jin, Stefan Rummel, Erwin Stache, Tam Waiping, Wei Yuan, Wu Sibo, Zhu Tao Chapter 2: Panic – The Moment of Fear May 12–June 12, 2021 Iyad Dayoub, Abrie Fourie, Anne Gathmann, Ge Yulu, Anja Gerecke, Huang Xiaopeng, Franziska Hünig, Ange Kayifa, Friederike Klotz, Lei Lijie, Li Lulu, Li Yifan, Alice Musiol, Pınar Öğrenci, Stefan Rummel, RZhen, Erwin Stache, Vangjush Vellahu, Janin Walter, Xi Lei, Yang Xinjia Chapter 3: Potentialities – Growing Out of Damaged Ground June 25–July 17, 2021 Thomas Adebahr, Hank Yan Agassi, Dorothee Albrecht, Chen Dandizi, Nina DeLudemann, Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Huang Xiaopeng, Mwangi Hutter, Yuko Kaseki, Ulrike Kuschel, Mikhail Lylov, Sajan Mani, Elke Marhöfer, Maternal Fantasies, Paulo Nazareth, Song Ta, Sun Haili, Wang Yinjie & Yao Chunchun, Wu Tiao Ren, Zhong Jialing As an extension of the exhibition, a digital publication will launch on April 7 with an opening program. It will accompany Angst, keine Angst / Fear, No Fear with performances and screenings throughout the exhibition period. For updates on our exhibition program, sign up for our newsletter. Press contact press [​at​] timesartcenter.org To ensure a safe environment, book your visit in advance via our website: www.timesartcenter.org/visit-us e-flux.com/announcements/382927/angst-keine-angst-fear-no-fear/
🇩🇪🇭🇰[#WhyAnArchive]📹🗣 𝙒𝙝𝙮 𝘼𝙣 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚? 策展人Ariane Beyn與三個獨立藝術庫藏 - 錄像局、亞洲藝術文獻庫、錄映太奇的對談內容已全部發布!大家現可透過以下網頁觀看對談影片,加深認識亞洲獨立藝術庫藏和錄像/媒體藝術。 📍https://www.timesartcenter.org/events/why-an-archive/ 📣𝙒𝙝𝙮 𝘼𝙣 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚?是時代藝術中心(柏林) Times Art Center Berlin的展覽 #ReadingsFromBelow 與兵工廠-電影及錄像藝術學院Arsenal - Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V.及Archive außer sich的合作項目。由Ariane Beyn策劃,𝙒𝙝𝙮 𝘼𝙣 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚? 將於整個11月在線上影院arsenal 3 展示來自廣州/北京和香港三個重要的獨立藝術庫藏 - 錄像局、亞洲藝術文獻庫、錄映太奇 - 的一系列時基媒體藝術作品。☝️當中包括選自錄映太奇媒體藝術收藏(VMAC),來自鮑藹倫、麥海珊、楊嘉輝以及榮念曾的作品。 . The conversations between Curator Ariane Beyn and representatives of three independent art archives, including Video Bureau, Asia Art Archive, and Videotage, for 𝙒𝙝𝙮 𝘼𝙣 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚? are now available online! Watch the insightful conversations via the below website! 📍https://www.timesartcenter.org/events/why-an-archive/ 📣Throughout November, 𝙒𝙝𝙮 𝘼𝙣 𝘼𝙧𝙘𝙝𝙞𝙫𝙚? is showcasing a selection of films online as part of Times Art Center Berlin’s exhibition #ReadingsFromBelow in collaboration with Arsenal - Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V. and Archive Außer Sich. Curated by Ariane Beyn, the program presents time-based works from three independent archives in the field of art from Guangzhou/Beijing and Hong Kong - Video Bureau, Asia Art Archive, and Videotage. ☝️Works by Ellen Pau, Anson Mak, Samson Young, and Danny Yung from Videotage Media Art Collection(VMAC) are shown in the virtual cinema arsenal 3. ------------------------------------------------------ ✨𝐖𝐡𝐲 𝐚𝐧 𝐚𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐢𝐯𝐞? Co-presented by Times Art Center Berlin, Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art and Archive außer sich “Why an archive?” curated by Ariane Beyn in collaboration with Videotage, Asia Art Archive, Video Bureau, and is part of a public program for the exhibition “Readings From Below” at Times Art Center Berlin. 📍𝐖𝐡𝐲 𝐚𝐧 𝐚𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐢𝐯𝐞? Online Screening @ arsenal 3 Virtual Cinema: http://www.arsenal-3-berlin.de/ 1️⃣With works by: aaajiao, Choi Yan-chi / Yau Ching / Leung Ping-Kwan, Ray Langenbach / Josef Ng, Lei Lei, Anson Mak, Ellen Pau, Shen Xin, Samson Young, Danny Yung, Zhang Peili. 2️⃣精選自「錄映太奇媒體藝術收藏」的作品 Works Selected from #VMAC: Video Game, Danny Yung, 1986 (0:12:35) Song of Goddess, Ellen Pau, 1992 (0:06:39) Differences Do Matter, Anson Mak, 1998 (0:03:00) Muted Situation #2: Muted Lion Dance, Samson Young, 2014 (0:07:21) . #timesartcenterberlin #berlin #berlinmitte #berlinartscene #brunnenstrasse #artarchive #reading #arianebeyn #archiveaußersich #arsenalberlin #videotagehk #asiaartarchive #videobureau