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2. Juni - 26. August 2012
Right to Refusal
Eröffnung: Fr 1. Juni 2012, 19.00 Uhr

   
         
 


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Olaf Nicolai
Mourning and Melancholia, 2009
Projektdokumentation, verschiedene Materialien
courtesy TBA21 und Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin

     
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Olaf Nicolai
Mourning and Melancholia, 2009
Projektdokumentation, verschiedene Materialien
courtesy TBA21 und Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin

     
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  The Otolith Group:
Otolith I, Colour, Sound, Video, 22 Min, 2003, GB
Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London.
© The Otolith Group, 2012
     
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  The Otolith Group:
Otolith I, Colour, Sound, Video, 22 Min, 2003, GB
Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London.
© The Otolith Group, 2012
     
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The Otolith Group:
Otolith I, Colour, Sound, Video, 22 Min, 2003, GB
Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London.
© The Otolith Group, 2012

     
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  The Otolith Group:
Otolith I, Colour, Sound, Video, 22 Min, 2003, GB
Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London.
© The Otolith Group, 2012
     
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Samir El-Kordy (with Pericentre Projects)
© 2012 A Monument of Buzzwords (MOB)
A Monument of Buzzwords (MOB)
Samir El-Kordy in collaboration with Pericentre Projects
In a reflective gesture of self-defiance, A Monument of Buzzwords presents us with an architectural proposition that reproduces the workings of power. The work imagines a monument commissioned by the ruling authorities to celebrate a revolution that toppled their regime. The proposed monument is a series of continuous paths that trace key avenues of the uprisings around the city center. These paths take the shape of a 20-meter high wall that runs parallel to, and in the center of, the streets it marks. Compliant with theurban plan, the monument acquires its shape from the city’s flow of movement. Within its boundaries however, the visitor is completely cut off from the urban context, and is instead walked through sequences of activities that commemorate the people, the nation and their power. Here, architectural practice is approached from without, to consider instances wherein representation interrupts the links between a memory and its form, between an utterance and its meanings.

     
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Samir El-Kordy (with Pericentre Projects)
© 2012 A Monument of Buzzwords (MOB)
A Monument of Buzzwords (MOB)
Samir El-Kordy in collaboration with Pericentre Projects
In a reflective gesture of self-defiance, A Monument of Buzzwords presents us with an architectural proposition that reproduces the workings of power. The work imagines a monument commissioned by the ruling authorities to celebrate a revolution that toppled their regime. The proposed monument is a series of continuous paths that trace key avenues of the uprisings around the city center. These paths take the shape of a 20-meter high wall that runs parallel to, and in the center of, the streets it marks. Compliant with theurban plan, the monument acquires its shape from the city’s flow of movement. Within its boundaries however, the visitor is completely cut off from the urban context, and is instead walked through sequences of activities that commemorate the people, the nation and their power. Here, architectural practice is approached from without, to consider instances wherein representation interrupts the links between a memory and its form, between an utterance and its meanings.

     
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  Grupa Spomenik (Jelena Petrovic, Branimir Stojanovic, Milica
Tomic. Guests: Boris Buden, Doreen Mende), Qu' appelle t-on une guerre?
Enquete sur le nom de guerre aujourd'hui. Translation project, 2011,
ongoing.
© Grupa Spomenik, 2012
     
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  Karen Mirza/Brad Butler
Newspaper Project The Museum of Non-Participation, 2009 ongoing
© The Museum of Non-Participation, 2012
     
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  Karen Mirza/Brad Butler
The Museum of Non-Participation, networked project, 2007 ongoing, newspaper detail
© The Museum of Non-Participation, 2012
     
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  Karen Mirza/Brad Butler
Hold Your Ground, 13 min., loopl HD, 2012, GB.
© The Museum of Non-Participation, 2012
     
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  Samir El-Kordy (with Pericentre Projects)
© 2012 A Monument of Buzzwords (MOB)
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  © Adelita Husni-Bey
Room for a Void, 2012
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© Adelita Husni-Bey
Room for a Void, 2012

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