1. Subkutan Vernissage


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    Fotografie Austellung des Fotografenkollektivs cameraD am 5.6.2015

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    • PARADOX-bright side of life!


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      Künstlergruppe PARADOX: Ausstellung "Sino German Art View" in Bremerhaven. Während sich die anwesenden Künstler zum Gruppenfoto versafmmeln, intonieren sie spontan die helle Seite des Lebens - ohne Absprache, ohne Einübung, einfach so aus dem Moment geboren... Artist-group PARADOX: exhibition "Sino German Art View" in the city of Bremerhaven. During the present artists assemble for a group-photo, they spontaneous intone the bright side of life - without agreement, without practice, offhandedly...

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        Fotoausstellung: Stadt Gestalten - anonyme Portraits von Street Art Künstlern, Vernissage am 28.07.2015. Das Externe Wohnzimmer legte auf. Blick vom DJ Pult.

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        • Le Labyrinthe de la Folie : vernissage 2015


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          Deuxième édition de l'exposition Le Labyrinthe de la Folie à Notre-Dame de Prévenchères (Montpezat-sous-Bauzon 07). Seize artistes plasticiens singuliers, qui sortent de l'ordinaire, exposent au sein du Labyrinthe du 20 août au 6 septembre 2015. A retrouver sur le site www.lelabyrinthedelafolie.com. Merci à Jam pour la réalisation de cette vidéo.

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          • "Die fünf Sinne" - Paul Katoe


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            Videoteaser für die Ausstellung "Die fünf Sinne" von Paul Katoe in der Schwarzen Kiste in Augsburg, Filiale Königsplatz Vernissage: 15.10.2015 Kuratorin: Dio Diaz Film: videofüralle.de

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            • Krisenhocker - Tanz-Performance von Britta Lieberknecht zu der Zeitungs-Installation „Krisenhocker“ von Reni Scholz


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              Tanz-Performance von Britta Lieberknecht zu der künstlerischen Installation „Krisenhocker“ von Reni Scholz, bestehend aus 7 Hockern aus Zeitungsstapeln, 2014 im Künstlerforum Bonn, MEDIEN

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              • Georges Rousse - Die Darmstädter Bilder: Rede während der Vernissage


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                Eingeladen von den "Darmstädter Tagen der Fotografie" schuf der französische Künstler Georges Rousse zwei neue Bilder. Für das erste Bild wählte er als Aufnahmeort einen Raum im ehemaligen Atombunker unterhalb des Karolinenplatzes. Das zweite Bild entstand in einem Treppenhaus des hessiscchen Landesmuseums. Diese beiden "Darmstädter Bilder" und weitere Werke werden vom 25. Juni bis 04. September im Designhaus auf der Mathildenhöhe zu sehen sein. Dies ist ein kurzer Ausschnitt aus seiner Rede während der Vernissage. Das gesamte Makin-of gibt es hier: https://marcelrauschkolb.exposure.co/georges-rousse-darmstadt Mehr Informationen: Georges Rousse: www.georgesrousse.com Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie: www.dtdf.de RAY2015 Fotografieprojekte Rhein-Main: www.ray2015.de

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                • Conversion_Recycle Group Installation_Excerpt


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                  The project CONVERSION by the Recycle Group refers to the life of a modern man as it is in the age of the world web and new gadgets. Data transmission speed, constant data refreshing and availability— with every seventh person on earth owning a smartphone – have given birth to the cult of new technologies. The Recy-cle Group’s project compares the globalization of information networks to the conversion to some new ‘reli-gion’ where the scope of information available in the virtual space is a new presiding deity. At the ancient church’s hall, Recycle Group will present the ruins of the sanctuary of the XXI century. The show CONVERSION will include sculptures and bas-reliefs, in which figures of ‘Neo-Apostles’ ap-pear as the bearers of a new sacred knowledge manifested in the stream of virtual information. This impos-ing structure is sited in the traditional position of the church altarpiece. At the centre as if surmounting the altar, is a giant Facebook ‘cross’. The display also includes ‘wooden remnants’ of Noah’s Ark, with familiar icons from smartphone screens identifiable in its fragments. To make sculptures of the presumed ‘saints’, the preachers of the new technologies, as well as multi-figured bas-reliefs the Recycle Group makes use of polyurethane, plastic mesh, rubber, polyethylene and new technologies. Rubbish becomes art to be kept for future generations, while the artists seek to give their viewers an idea of the future traces to be left by the paradoxes of our own age, of what will go down in history. Their sculptures and bas-reliefs take on the appearance of ancient monuments that display the ravages of time, as if artifacts from some lost and forgotten civilization. The forms and compositions of the Conversion project are influenced by traditional Christian icono-graphy, yet they are disseminated by contemporary motifs like the info graphics of modern gadgets and app logos. In one relief among the ‘holy’ figures rise cell phone masts, while another scene entitled In Search of the Web depicts crowds of people struggling to get online with their mobile devices. As if by ironic coinci-dence there is an existing cell phone mast sited in the bell-tower of Sant’Antonin church. Collateral Event of the 56th Venice Biennale Venue: Chiesa di Sant’Antonin Campo Sant’Antonin, Castello, 30122 Venezia Opening Period: May 9th—November 22, 2015 Supporter: La Fabrique Barbot et Fournier, Triumph Gallery Curator: James Putnam Venice Based Video Team: Savino Cancellara, Leonardo Amati Music: Controlled Chaos by Kevin MacLeod

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