Opening and broadcasting hours: Wednesday—Sunday, 2—6 pm
Live-Stream & Infos
The two artists Tanita Olbrich and Marius Goldhorn transform a jointly produced short film into an audio track for the ABYSSAL. Jonas Hinnerkort joins the ABYSSAL live on site on Saturday 23 May.
Tanita Olbrich (*1990, lives in Berlin) studied with Angela Schanelec and Jeanne Faust at HFBK Hamburg as well as at San Francisco Art Institute. Her film "Kajsa Athena" premiered at Dokfest Kassel.
Marius Goldhorn (*1991, lives in Berlin) writes prose, essays and poems. This summer his novel "Park" will be published by Suhrkamp and his collection of poems "yin" by Korbinian Verlag.
Jonas Hinnerkort (*1990, lives in Hamburg) studied sculpture with Pia Stadtbäumer at HFBK and takes part in various musical projects.
The ABYSSAL is the physical headquarters of the BAD BOY JESUS CITY SWIMMERS CLUB and resides within the Kunstverein bar. It is is reopening its doors, the ABYSSAL is also opening—at the threshold between real and digital space to begin with. During the Kunstverein’s regular opening hours, the ABYSSAL—whose name refers to the bottomless depths of the ocean—will broadcast a weekly rotating audio program of artists’ contributions, sounds, and live recordings into the exhibition space and on the Kunstverein's website from their headquarters in the bar.
The BAD BOY JESUS CITY SWIMMERS CLUB will also be officially present here every Saturday and may invite guests, too.
Read more about the "Recordings from the Abyssal" here