1. Get Rid of Yourself

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    Get Rid of Yourself is a video-film-tract addressed to those who anonymously embody the return of political activism within Empire. While its initial sounds and images were filmed during the riots in Genoa, 2001, these materials are pulled apart and recomposed in order to locate the intensity of a shared experience, rather than producing one more documentary version of the programmed and hyper-mediatized confrontation of the G8 counter-summit. Elaborating a complex and rhythmic form of address via sound/image disjunctions, cheap video effects and performance, the film declares its own exile from a biopolitical space-time where nothing ever happens. The crisis it announces is the sudden return of history, but this time without characters or a story, and of a politics without subjects. Provisionally aligning itself with the so-called Black Bloc' movement with the arrogance of its discourse as well as the force and style of their resistance Get Rid of Yourself is an encounter with emerging, non-instituted or identity-less forms of protest that refuse the representational politics of the official Left. Edited in the aftermath of 9/11 - a period of doubt, reflection and heightened security measures worldwide the film also attempts to measure the strange distance these events have crossed, and the increasing repression under which the feeling of civil war' has been buried in the meantime. A filmed essay that works by betraying its own form, Get Rid of Yourself tries to approach what is most open in an event, rather than capturing and completing it as something recognizable. http://www.bernadettecorporation.com/getrid.htm

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    • Die Puffbrause Excerpt

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      A section from 'Die Puffbrause, Per Favor', A performance by Sion Parkinson and Lauren Godfrey, performed with Paul Haworth. First performed at ICA on 1st June 2013, duration 40 minutes. Based on the screenplay 'Eine Pinot Grigio, Bitte' by Bernadette Corporation.

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      • Galerie Max Hetzler and ARTUNER's Video Walkthrough of Open Source at GMH Bleibtreustrasse, Berlin from April 2015

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        A video through Galerie Max Hetzler's Bleibtreustrasse location filmed for Open Source: Art at the Eclipse of Capitalism, which was curated by Lisa Schiff, Leslie Fritz and Eugenio Re Rebaudengo. Open Source was a collaborative exhibition between ARTUNER, GMH and Lisa Schiff Fine Art. Included are artworks by: Allora & Calzadilla, Cory Arcangel, Bernadette Corporation, Ian Cheng, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Daniel Keller, Agnieszka Kurant, Sebastian Lloyd Rees, Albert Oehlen, Richard Prince, Steven Shearer, and Rirkrit Tiravanija. For more information on the exhibition please visit: http://www.artuner.com/insight/preview-open-source-art-eclipse-capitalism/

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