Index

Digital

January 20 at 3:00 PM — January 20, 2018 at 8:00 PM,
Track Academy

Track_8
Medienzeit

Pragmatisches Jugendzentrum, Kultur & Gespenster and the Textem Verlag invite you to enjoy five hours of media time today for once.


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Event
December 2 at 2:00 PM — December 2, 2017 at 6:00 PM,
Track Academy

Track_7
Mechanical Turks

with contributions by LAUREN HURET & HUNTER LONGE (artists, Geneva), SEBASTIAN SCHMIEG (artist, Berlin), THORBEN MÄMECKE (sociologist, Berlin) and GALERIE BRD

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Event
November 25, 2017 — February 11, 2018

GALERIE BRD
"I'm not here to make friends"

An exhibition by GALERIE BRD
with contributions by KATJA AUFLEGER, JOHANNES BENDZULLA, CARSTEN BENGER, FORT, PHILIP GAISSER & NIKLAS HAUSSER, THORBEN MÄMECKE, DORIT MARGREITER, STEFAN PANHANS, MORITZ SÄNGER, NICOLAAS SCHMIDT, PILVI TAKALA

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Exhibition
June 27 — October 30, 2017

fiber and liquids

An exhibition at the darknet

With contributions by GRAEME ARNFIELD, LAURA BALBOA, JAMES BRIDLE, LOUIS HENDERSON, TILL KRAUSE, TUOMAS A. LAITINEN, CHRISTIAN SIEVERS, SUZANNE TREISTER

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Exhibition
Tuesday, May 9, 2017,
text

JALAL TOUFIC
Labyrinth

Both the man in the painting’s foreground and the diegetic painter in its background have their backs to the spectator. With some strain, the painter is turned toward the foreground figure, observing him in order to add the final touch to a canvas on which we see a representational rendition of his model also from the back! Although a straight line can be traced from the painter in the background to the figure in the foreground to the spectator, the two 180° over-turns undergone by the foreground figure, one away from the spectator he was facing and one away from the painter doing his portrait in the background, do not add up to 360° or cancel out, do not return him to his starting position: a labyrinthine circle.

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Material
March 24 — June 4, 2017

BIANCA BALDI
Eyes in the Back of Your Head

To have “Eyes in the Back of Your Head” is to know everything that is happening around you, thus transcending the physical restrictions of the human perspective. For her first solo exhibition in a German institution, Bianca Baldi will present a textile installation at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, which creates a seemingly floating labyrinth, as well as sculptures and a new video work.

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Exhibition
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.

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Event
October 29 — December 19, 2010

Insert - never the same colour

With KATRIN MAYER, ESKE SCHLÜTERS and HEIKO KARN

In a film an insert is a commented text overlay, an intertitle or an inserted cut.
The exhibition of Katrin Mayer, Eske Schlüters and Heiko Karn perceives itself as a spacious inserted text - between the curated TV-program, the questioning of the television as social medium and the structures of the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof as institution located at a place of transit.

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Exhibition
October 29 — December 19, 2010

Channel TV

With: A CONSTRUCTED WORLD, BITTEBITTEJAJA, BETTINA ATALA, JEAN-MARC CHAPOULIE, FRANÇOIS CURLET, DENICOLAI & PROVOOST, RENAUD AUGUSTE-DORMEUIL, YONA FRIEDMAN, HEIN-GODEHART PETSCHULAT, JUDITH HOPF, HUMANIC TV SPOTS, CHRISTIAN JANKOWSKI, PAULINA LEÓN, JOHN MILLER, JOHANNES POST, STEFAN PANHANS, JULIE VAYSSIÈRE, NICOLAS AIELLO, BAD BEUYS ENTERTAINMENT, LENKA CLAYTON, MICHELLE NAISMITH, ROBERT FILLIOU, DANI GAL, MATZE GÖRIG, STEPHAN GEENE, FABRICE HYBER, PIERRE LEGUILLON, MATTHIAS MEYER, TAKUJI KOGO, JULIAN SCHERER, NADIM VARDAG, ZIMMERFREI

Referring to normal TV-daily routine three institutions  – Centre des Arts cneai, Chatou near Paris, Halle für Kunst Lüneburg and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg – work together on an eight-hour TV-program, that can be seen not only inside of these institutions but additionally in public spaces like waiting-zones or coffee shops. A special edition of the French magazine »Multitudes« dealing with the subject »Art/TV-Clash« comes along with the project and will be released in three languages for the first time on this occasion.

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Exhibition