Neue Schule für Fotografie | Final exihibition #27 | Classes Eva Bertram & Eva Maria Ocherbauer
Alîn Gabriel, Johann Karl, Linda Kerstein, Elvira Kolerova, Alice Palchetti, Loris Rizzo, Jonathan Sachs, Kyriakos Tarassidis, Richard Wohlfarth
Update April 2020: This exhibition has been rescheduled: New opening reception on Sep 18, exhibition from Sep 19 – Oct 25, 2020! The gallery will re-open on May 7, and extend the current exhibition REIZ until June 7, 2020.
Utopia, dystopia… atopia! In their final exhibition, our nine current graduates don’t tackle the extreme but the indescribable in between, the ungraspable, that which can’t be located. Their works are dealing with the overlapping of time intrinsic to certain places, with photography and film as means to capture immediacy, circumstances, and the ephemeral. We are being sensitized for the ordinary of everyday life in the city, prompted to question the authenticity of contemporary rituals and to imagine for a moment the desire to invigorate a pale, post-apocalyptic universe with new colors. Generally, the idea of mise-en-scene, our imagination and the uncanny are the common threads running through the show. How much discomfort can images still create today? Are there intergalactic intersections between plastic and fashion? And what happens in our minds if amorphous structures transform into projection screens and their substance dissolves?
Apr 26 — June 14, 2020
Saturday, April 25, 6 pm
(following the Open House Day on April 25, from 1 to 7 pm)
Sep 19 — Oct 25, 2020
Opening Reception: Friday, Sep 18, 2020
Brunnenstraße 188-190, 10119 Berlin
[District: Mitte | Borough: Mitte]
Opening hours: Thu – Sun 1 – 6 pm
Preceding exhibition at Neue Schule für Fotografie
Brenda Alamilla, Winfried Alberti, Steffi Drerup, Uta Genilke, Markus Hermann, Jeannine Jirak, Nastassja Nefjodov, Sophie Seydel, Moena Weiss, Andrea Wilmsen
Feb 29 —
Apr 19 extended until June 7, 2020
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