Sara Neidorf and Eli Lewy invite you to an evening of horror cinema with short films and experimental art films from female and queer perspectives. Eerie, macabre and comedic, the works find a haunting and at times sadistic sense of pleasure in deconstructing the filmic conventions of horror cinema. By digesting images of the normative, intact body as a whole, they appropriate and transform the tropes of the genre, revealing the everyday horror that surrounds us.
Eine Ausstellung des Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien kuratiert von Selda Asal, Şirin Fulya Erensoy und Özlem Sarıyıldız gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds und die Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa (Ausstellungsfonds für Kommunale Galerie und Fonds für Ausstellungsvergütungen Bildender Künstler*innen). Beyond Home ist ein Projekt, das aus vier Teilen besteht: (1) eine Ausstellung im Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, (2) ein Wohnwagenanhänger,…
26. Februar–30. April 2022 Ausstellung Veranstaltungsreihe Ort(e): nGbK, Oranienstraße 25, 10999 Berlin station urbaner kulturen, Auerbacher Ring 41, 12619 Berlin Künstler_innen Mouna Abo Assali, Mehtap Baydu, Silvina Der-Meguerditchian, Christina Dimitriadis, Ece Gökalp, FUNKE Kollektiv, Edona Kryeziu, Eleni Mouzourou, Ceren Oykut, Viron Erol Vert Teilnehmer_innen Humam Alsalim, Marwa Arsanios, Tekla Aslanishvili, Khaled Barakeh, BoB, Eliane Esther…
This edition of «Chromatic Wednesdays» is a collaboration with the HIVE International Short Film Festival. The multidisciplinary festival features a diverse array of audiovisual performances, engaging panel discussions, educational workshops, and interactive Q&A sessions.
As part of the upcoming «Chromatic Wednesdays» event on the new monthly theme «Collectivity», you are invited to get to know Questionarch. With the alternative exhibition and project spaces Fix-o-tek and the Vide-o-tek in Berlin, Questionarch focuses on sustainability, public space, material reuse, and experimental urban concepts.
«Good Deed Bad Deed» is a board game created by artist İpek Çınar and legal academic İpek Aşıkoğlu that will presented at «Chromatic Wednesdays». It encourages people to express their intentions and discuss their own positions in producing and presenting photographs, while addressing structural discrimination such as racism, sexism, ageism, classism and discrimination based on faith.
This episode of «Chromatic Wednesdays» shows two piano performances that revolve around the meaning of «Comma» in music theory, where it describes a very small interval, bringing two notes closer together by tuning them differently.
With the performance «Power Games» Pet the Poet and Zorka Wollny ask «How can new communities emerge and find a language against pressing social justice issues?
«Turbo Summation» by Mark Mushiva features a manifesto, his synth-inspired hip-hop album, spoken words, a music film, and a homemade wearable device that function as speculation, blurring the lines between reality and the imagined parallel present that plays out in Mark’s mind.
Gelgit» means «light fluctuation» in Turkish referring to the varying intensity and brightness of light. Figuratively, it relates to a situation or behavior that is unpredictable, fluctuating and changing, much like light.
The theme of «Resistance» takes «Chromatic Wednesdays» to Refuge Worldwide, the host of the next episode, in which artists explore parallel narratives and streams of protest from multiple perspectives.
Although investments are increasingly being made in cities as predictable environments, urban structures are not able to withstand natural disasters. Urban planning based on scientific research seems to make cities resilient, but earthquakes, floods, and other consequences of climate change challenge such rational predictions.
«Chromatic Wednesdays» invites WAWA to discuss how such spaces can be generated in a panel discussion. WAWA, Women+ Artists’ Web Archive is a database that strives to create visibility and a network of solidarity for women artists from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen.
Audio-visual performance collective Black On Black is releasing their first audio-visual album, SilkWorm Sessions. The album brings together Ceren Oykut’s live recorded black and white animations and Fezaya Firar’s live synthesized electronic music.
In collaboration with Errant Sound, «Chromatic Wednesdays» presents three artistic works responding to the theme «Resonance». Through lecture performance, sound performance and film Julia Cremers, Bella and Mykola Ridnyi ask: how can resonance make an absence perceptible?
In «Chromatic Wednesdays’» event on «Inversion» the curatorial collective anorak invites the public to its first edition of the «Cinema of Cockaigne», for which it has selected films and sound by Rosa Aiello, Jamie Crewe, John Smith, and others.
CW#14 l SEASON 2 l Nour Sokhon & AweKid l «Chromatic Wednesdays» in collaboration with «HIVE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM DAYS BERLIN»
The performances by Nour Sokhon and Awe Kid investigate this months’ «Chromatic Wednesdays» theme «Divergence». With her performance «And who are we now?», Nour attempts to imagine a future for her home country Lebanon, worn-out by recent economic and political developments.
CW#6 l SEASON 2 l Wanderings Through Uncertainty with Stephanie Hanna & Bernhard Wöstheinrich and Azra Deniz Okyay
With this session, «Chromatic Wednesdays» enquires into how people respond to the presence of precarity in individuals and in society.
Exile means not only the loss of a place, but also the reorientation in a new one. How do artists deal with finding themselves in an unfamiliar setting? Art is often a place where dealing with these changes and challenges can unfold and artists in exile build structures of solidarity.
HIVE is an international short film event based in Berlin. It will take place between 13-14-15 August in the Apartment Project exhibition space in Hertzbergstraße, Neukölln.
Celebrating Pride Month 2021, Chromatic Wednesdays focus on “Gender” as a theme in this month’s program. The first episode brings together Teo Vlad and Arielle Cottingham to produce a collaborative live performance at Apartment Project’s space in Neukölln.
On the second episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s Ecology month, we are happy to host Andrei Cucu and Janine Eisenächer. The event will begin with Cucu’s sound performance titled NESTS, drafted as an attempt to disrupt the hierarchy between biophonic and anthropogenic sounds.
Apartment Project’s aim to give voice to the figures who have been resisting the gentrification projects in Berlin, results in another episode where we welcome Berlin-based artist KAI at our studio to talk about a special case: Eschschloraque!