29.November 2019, 18h A Horn in The Neck: Verfremdungseffekte May Occur Everywhere Performances by Ece Gökalp – A Mountain As Many Kerem Ozan Bayraktar – Respiration Eren İleri – Indigenous Martian Bacteria DOES Have Precedence Over Human Exploration: An Exercise in No Man’s Sky At Apartment Project Berlin Hertzbergstr 13, Neukölln, 12055 Berlin Afterparty DJs:…
08/11/2019 – 29/11/2019
A Horn in The Neck is an effort to collectively negotiate individual practices. It was launched by a simple premise (as most of these things often are): Dürer’s Rhinoceros. German painter and printmaker Albrecht Dürer’s woodcut from 1515 is based on a written description and a brief sketch by another artist. Dürer placed a small twisted horn on the animal’s back and gave it scaly legs. This woodcut then became the basis for other artists’ representations of the rhinoceros. Claiming this speculative space between reality and representation both as a material and a framework, the artists worked with the fragmented perspectives, linear and fractal narratives, landscapes as sites of reproduction, hierarchies of seeing, and processes of naturalization.