Index

Writing

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018,
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SOME SHAPES OF THINGS TO COME IN CHAPTERS #1

Megan Marsh über „Beyond Beach“ von Clara Winter & Miguel Ferráez mit Megan Marsh, Mexiko 2018.

In the month of January we took advantage of the deal that western society claimed to offer us: the resources to escape from it.

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September 16 at 6:00 PM — September 16, 2017 at 10:00 PM,
COPS, Track Academy

Track_5
Decoded Situations - Media Conversions

With contributions by CORPORATION OF PEOPLE'S SITUATIONS (COPS), CARL GERBER (screenplay writer and dramaturge of performance), STEFAN HEIDENREICH (Writer, art and media scientist), JASNA L. VINOVRSKI (Performer and choreographer) a.o.

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July 1 at 2:00 PM — July 1, 2017 at 8:00 PM,
COPS, Track Academy


Track_4
Corporate Subjects

with contributions by DANIEL LOICK, JENNIFER BENNETT, SIGNE KOEFOED, JUSTIN FRANCIS KENNEDY und CHRISTIN ZARZINSKY

Event
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June 17 — July 23, 2017,
COPS

Corporation of people's situations – COPS

Using a language of form characterised by the provisional, functionality and future promise, the Corporation of people’s situations (COPS) has installed a spatial situation at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof comprising materials and elements taken from construction sites, as well as equipment and components from the world of sport and leisure activities. Scaffolding, sheets of foil, belts and mats are deployed and adapted for different use in gymnastic exercises, as meeting places and as infrastructure for an open archive. In the sense of a mobile, modular multipurpose toolbox, which can be shifted around and reconfigured into various different parkours, the installation becomes the framework and starting point for several COPS-initiated situations.
Exhibition
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Tuesday, November 1, 2016,
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JEPPE UGELVIG
New Eelam and the dispersion of critique

"Could this perhaps now be the time when an artist starts a successful high-growth tech company – on artistic and critical terms – and if so, how would their critical apparatus translate into a socioeconomic reality?" 


Jeppe Ugelvig's text on artist Christopher Kulendran Thoma’s housing startup is available at DIS magazine.

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Friday, October 14, 2016 at 2:30 PM,
symposium

Second Screen – text on art

The symposium "Second Screen", a collaboration between Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof and the Hamburg Arts Academy (HFBK), is dedicated to writing about art as an institutional practice. As such, it poses questions regarding the possibilities and challenges of the linguistic contextualization of art within the spheres of the digital and the analogue.

With contributions by CLARA HERMANN, MELANIE ROMIGUIÈRE, NORA SDUN, THOMAS THIEL, JAN WENZEL, u.a.

Event
Sunday, October 9, 2016,
text

ANNIKA BENDER
Tod einer Kritikerin

"Die Selbstkritik des Kunstbetriebs hat sich längst soweit professionalisiert, dass sie zum festen Repertoire ihres Ausstellungsprogramms gehört. Gleiches gilt für die allseits beliebte Problematisierung eines irgendwie alles durchdringenden Kapitalismus. In der Kunstwelt ist sich jeder seines eigenen ambivalenten Involviertseins bewusst."

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Sunday, October 9, 2016,
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ALIX RULE
& DAVID LEVINE
International Art
English

"The internationalized art world relies on a unique language. Its purest articulation is found in the digital press release. This language has everything to do with English, but it is emphatically not English. It is largely an export of the Anglophone world and can thank the global dominance of English for its current reach. But what really matters for this language – what ultimately makes it a language – is the pointed distance from English that it has always cultivated."

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Sunday, February 28, 2016 at 1:00 PM

CHRISTIAN JENDREIKO
Trockene Kunst (Harburger Fassung)

Performance for at least 3 players with electric guitars, a reader, an ending & a beginning

With BENJAMIN BORGERDING, JUDITH HESSLER, DR. LUTZ HOFFMANN, TOBIAS LEVIN, CHRISTIAN NAUJOKS, REBEKKA SEUBERT and VOLKER ZANDER

Event
May 24 — May 25, 2014

Reading von CHLOE STEAD

Beeinflusst von Anaïs Nin, die erotische Erzählungen für private Sammler für einen Dollar pro Seite schrieb, interessiert Chloe Stead, inwiefern die Erwerbbarkeit und der Moment des privaten Vorlesens Intimität hervorrufen können.

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January 12 — March 23, 2014

MELVIN MOTI
Hyperspace

In his project, the "Hyperspace“ Dutch artist Melvin Moti approaches the idea of multi-dimensional and reduced spaces. His 24-minute-long 35mm film "The eightfold dot" (2013) presents an abstract narrative that begins with the point, continues with the line then progresses to the square and the cube, all the way to the hypercube, which acts as form and symbol of the fourth dimension.

Featuring:
CHLOE STEAD, Multiplicity #3 – a reader

Exhibition
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September 7 — October 27, 2013

move - align - avoid
On the Swarm as Principle and Phenomenon

An exhibition with JULIAN CHARRIÈRE, NADINE FECHT, SUSANNE KRIEMANN, GEORGE MACIUNAS, YUTAKA MAKINO, BENJAMIN PATTERSON, BETTINA POUSTTCHI, RADEK COMMUNITY, MAN RAY, MARK THOMPSON.

Featuring:
CHLOE STEAD: "Multiplicity #1 - a reader"

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Wednesday, February 1, 2012,
text

TIM VOSS,BRITTA PETERS und HANS-CHRISTIAN DANY
im Gespräch

"Ziemlich genau zwei Jahre nach Ende des 2007 für den Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof entwickelten und bis Mitte 2009 umgesetzten siebenteiligen Ausstellungszyklus Reihe:Ordnung unterhalten sich Tim Voss, von dem das Konzept stammt, und Britta Peters, die mit ihm gemeinsam die sieben Folgen: Arbeit, Liebe, Geld, Sex, Macht, Freiheit und Zukunft seit 2008 realisiert hat, mit Hans-Christian Dany, dem regelmäßigsten Besucher."

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