Hazy borders of the heart

17.12.2016 — 18.12.2016
opening:  17.12.2016

ACUD Studio
Veteranenstraße 21
10119 Berlin

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Hazy borders of the heartis a two-day symposium that will take as its theme: the body, desire, and shared spaces. The conference stems from the gender theory seminar er und sie, sie und es, er, sie und es at HGB Leipzig which, in conjunction with the exhibition project 1.-3. Person singular / plural will for these two days be open to the public. The symposium comprises three segments, with each exploring a single theme via installations, screenings, lectures, and performances by a students and invited artists.

With contributions by: Bini Adamczak, Fine Bieler, Irma Blumstock, Joanna Coleman, Cora Czarnecki und Johanna Schielke, Charlotte Eifler und Katrin Esser, Karin Fornander, Nora Frohmann, Alexandra Ivanciu, Lea Kolling, Elizaveta Kuznetsova, Anna Lebedeva, Dana Lorenz, Julia Lübbecke, Takeo Marquardt, Tess Marschner, Vanessa Opoku, Barbara Proschak, Urska Preis, Ramona Schacht, Katharina Swoboda, Ruudu Ulas, YOR

Organised by Anna Voswinckel and Anke Dyes
Supported by Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig und Klasse Bara

Program details:

Saturday, 17.12, from 14.00
Panel 1: fragile bodies / gentle resistance
When power is attributed to bodies, it is not usually a matter of which parts a certain body has but which it uses, says Bini Adamczak. But what happens, when it’s no longer so clear where the borders of these parts are? Whether through violent force or careful exchange, it becomes difficult to parse these borders when bodies deform or gently impose themselves upon other bodies or dress surprisingly different or evaporate. Here, a re-reading of attributes and positions, from LGBTQI+ to human resources, via harp concert and riot porn.

Exhibition with: Nora Frohmann, Elizaveta Kuznetsov, Dana Lorenz, Vanessa Opoku, Ramona Schacht
Circlusion reading group with Bini Adamczak
E-Harp Concert: rouge-ah / Urska Preis (Ljubljana)

Saturday, 17.12, from 18.00
Panel 2: his body, herself / the female gaze
Recently, Jill Solway spoke of the female gaze in terms of ‘making unlikeable characters likeable by use of warm light and good music. But there is more to it: not least, a conscious negotiation of who is being addressed when sharing or transmitting one’s own view, as well as a marked flexibility when it comes the actions of communicating, liking, desiring, and understanding.

Exhibition with: Irma Blumstock, Charlotte Eifler und Katrin Esser, Alexandra Ivanciu, Julia Lübbecke

Lecture screening by Julia Lübbecke on feminist visual culture, followed by artist talk with Karin Fornander
Concert: YOR (Leipzig)
Aftermath: DJ vakuM

Sunday, 18.12, from 16.00
Panel 3: cross-species encounters / desiring the abject other
Perhaps our cultural imprints and normative reflexes — i.e., that which prevents us from desiring the outright other — are merely a consequence of fear, a fear of being the entirely different form that such a desire would require. This is to say, not a wanting to possess (whether through love or destruction), but a wanting of ‘becoming,’ to become ‘other.’

Exhibition with: Joanna Coleman, Alexandra Ivanciu, Tess Marschner, Barbara Proschak
Lecture performances: Anna Lebedeva, Katharina Swoboda und Takeo Marquard, followed by artist talk

Display / setting: Fine Bieler, Dana Lorenz, Julia Lübbecke
Graphic design: Lea Kolling

Rundgang 2016

Rundgang 2016: (Female) workers leaving the factory

Rundgangsausstellung 2016
Klasse für Fotografie und Bewegtbild
Prof. Tina Bara und Anna Voswinckel
11 — 14 Februar 2016

Rundgangsausstellung 2016

Rundgangsausstellung 2016

Rundgangsausstellung 2016

Rundgangsausstellung 2016

The exhibition title derives from a photo project by Sabrina Asche, that focuses on the working conditions of female textile workers in Bangladesh. All works on display target the relation between work and various adjacent fields, such as economy, gender, migration, social injustice or artistic production.
The exhibition is as well about visibility: Who or what is visible and how does this relate to gender and social status?
Also the greek watchdogs have left the factories. What do they do now in their leisure time?

Arbeiten

Tamara Rabea Stoll

Tamara Rabea Stoll, Natives (Sonnenallee, 2012), 5 framed photographs, 19″x24″, each glass in frame engraved with text fragments

Tamara Rabea Stoll, Natives (Sonnenallee, 2012), Detail

Tamara Rabea Stoll, Natives (Sonnenallee, 2012), Detail

Sabrina Asche

Sabrina Asche, Garments and Garment Workers (2015), »Mosammet Yotsna«, »Sabina Yasmin«, C-print auf Aludibond, 100cm x 150cm

Sabrina Asche, Garments and Garment Workers (2015)  »Shahanaz Parwin«, C-print auf Alu-Dibond, 100cm x 150cm

Sabrina Asche, Garments and Garment Workers (2015) »Shahanaz Parwin«, C-print auf Alu-Dibond, 100cm x 150cm

Sabrina Asche

Sabrina Asche, Leaving for Lunch (2014), 14 c-prints auf Alu-Dibond, 36cm x 24cm

Anna Lebedeva, »4488«, 2016, Video, 8 min

Anna Lebedeva, »4488«, 2016, Video, 8 min

Marco Dirr & Marina Kinski, »Wachhunde«, 2015, Diaprojektion

Marco Dirr & Marina Kinski, »Wachhunde«, 2015, Diaprojektion

Tamara Rabea Stoll

Tamara Rabea Stoll, »Ridley Road«, 2016, Inkjet Prints/Holz

Anja Zhukova, »Auf der Spur des Robinsons«, 2015, Video, 9 min

Anja Zhukova, »Auf der Spur des Robinsons«, 2015, Video, 9 min

Peter Udo Brückner

Peter Udo Brückner, »Ich brauche euch«, 2015, Buch

Aude Benhaïm

Aude Benhaïm, »Gespräch mit meinem Großvater«, 2016, Video, 9 min

Sandra Schmalz

Sandra Schmalz, »Les Ancillas – Die Begleiter«, 2016, Video, 12 min

Edna Martinez

Edna Martinez, »Andy«, Video, 2016, 5 min

NEVER BREAK YOUR HEART – Jessica Zaydan

14.01.2016 — 15.01.2016
opening:  13.01.2016

Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst
Wächterstrasse 11
Leipzig
Klasse für Fotografie und Bewegtbild
Prof. Tina Bara, Anna Voswinckel
Raum 1.8

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Irregular Moon

01.11.2015 — 14.11.2015
opening:  31.10.2015

Via D‘Azeglio 22
Ravenna / Italy

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Floor plan

11. Aenne-Biermann-Preis

23. September 2015 — 15. November 2015
opening:  22. September 2015, 19:00 Uhr

Museum für Angewandte Kunst Gera
Greizer Straße 37, 07545 Gera

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ENDE NEU

10.05.2015 — 17.05.2015
opening:  09.05.2015, 19h

Brauhaus WBB, Berliner Str. 80-82, 13189 Berlin

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