//Ink Agop //Yvonne Andreini//Sebastian Bartel//Jacobo Dal Bello//
//Achim Bertenburg//Kateryna Borysova//Maxim Brandt//
//Gabriel Braun//Denny Brückner//Jérôme Chazeix//
//Patricia Detmering//Stephan Dill//Monika Gabriela Dorniak//
//Dana Engfer//Mônica Espinosa//Pius Fox//Axel Geis//
//Carla Mercedes Hihn//Gregor Hildebrandt//Johanna Hochholzer//
//Nicolai Huch//Franziska Klotz//Nina Maria Küchler//
//Michael Kunze//Maryna Lavrenyuk//Nikolaus List//
//Wolfgang Lugmair//Oliver Mark//Dimitri Michnovski//
//Jugoslav Mitevski//Isa Melsheimer//Daniel Mohr//
//Kazuki Nakahara//Lea Pagenkemper//Kuisoon Park//
//Christian Pilz//Ulrike Prib//Hannu Prinz//Dag Przybilla//
//Benedikt Richert//Achim Riethmann//Christian Schellenberger//
//Joram Schön//Henrik Schrat//Isabell Schulte//Lisa Seebach//
//Johanna Silbermann//Zuzanna Skiba//Sibylle Springer//
//Ralf Tekaat//Ronald Versloot//Rosmarie Weinlich//
//Alexandra Wolframm////Michael Wutz//Sahar Zukerman//
Salve Berlin //Lehrter Strasse 37 10557Berlin // 27.09.2019 19-22 Uhr
IN/SU/LA Galerie Parterre, Berlin, curated by Yvonne Andreini
ARE WE HUMAN? presented by Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM 2019 and Peninsula, Berlin, curated by Cristiano Cesolari
Peninsula presents: DOTLAND II / Spannung
Opening: Saturday 6 October 2018
19:00 – 23:00 + After Party
Nearly four years after its foundation, Peninsula returns with the second edition of dotLand in the former Schmargendorfer Zigarettenfabrik in Wilmersdorf. DOTLAND II expands the modus operandi experimented in its first edition: twenty-five Peninsula members have each invited an artist to participate in the exhibition. Within this context, Peninsula members and guest turn thus DOTLAND II / Spannung into a meeting place between multiplicity and diversity – an open territory existing beyond any geo-political and socio-cultural boundaries.
After exploring the theme of the so-called Third Culture in 2014, DOTLAND II deals with the notion of Spannung, the German word for tension. Spannung can be seen as the socio-political tension experienced within the first two decades of the new Millennium; it can also be seen as the tension between various forms, or as a curiosity towards the future and at the same time a profound uncertainty about it; tension can further be the positive nervosity of – utopian – anticipation, or even the tension that does not snap as it repeatedly approaches the breaking point. On another level, Spannung – as the tension that flows between opposite poles – may be the energy pull that allows a body to float on water rather than sink; DOTLAND II, therefore, reflects on the fluidity of relationships, a central focus for Peninsula.
Each guest, ranging from younger to accomplished artists, brings into the exhibition their own understanding of Spannung and their individual approach. In this way, DOTLAND ll becomes the space where intentions and ideas meet and collide in an osmotic fashion, setting the ground for new perspectives. Inspired by the very city of Berlin as a metaphor for plurality and diversity, the exhibition becomes itself a platform for social and intercultural exchange.
Peninsula > GUEST ARTIST: Rebecca Agnes > YA-WEN FU | Yvonne Andreini > NIKOLAUS LIST | Elena Bari > KERSTIN KARY | Ilaria Biotti > ALEXANDER WOLFF | Cristiano Cesolari > JEREMY SHAW | Costantino Ciervo > ALESSANDRA ERAMO | Loris Cecchini > SOPHIE KO | Marco Dalbosco > ANTON KATS | Fiorentino De Martino > NICHOLÉ VELÁSQUEZ | Flatform > ROEE ROSEN | Bernardo Giorgi > ÇAĞDAŞ SARI | Matteo Grassetti > DYR | Daniele Jost > CHRISTOPHE CONSTANTIN | Maruska Mazza > HEIKE GALLMEIER | Stefania Migliorati > GIORGOS PAPADATOS | Mocellin e Pellegrini > LOUISA BABARI | Molino & Lucidi > LOTTE MERET EFFINGER | Lea Mugnaini > DAVID MOSER | Christian Niccoli > MING WONG | Marco Poloni > HEKTOR MAMET | Emilio Rapaná > ALMAGUL MENLIBAYEVA | Fried Rosenstock > ALESSANDRO LUPI | Luca Vitone > GIOVANNI OBERTI | Jade Vlietstra > ROSARICCI | Alexandra Wolframm > DONATELLA LANDI
Guest Project: VRdarkroom by Tobias Stärk
After Party powered by Unbalanced Crew from 23:00
DOTLAND II is realised with the support of Bezirkskulturfonds Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Die Wohnkompanie Berlin, Alaska Real Estate GmbH, Holtz Immobilien, Street Art Berlin, EXBERLINER, Occulto Magazine.Under the auspices of the Italian Cultural Institute Berlin. With NESXT, Ruben & Carla.
Opening hours: Sunday 7 October, 12:00 – 20:00
8 -14 October by appointment only
EHEMALIGE ZIGARETTENFABRIK SCHMARGENDORF
Die Wohnkompanie Berlin, Mecklenburgische Str. 32, 14197 Berlin
Heidelberger Platz U3 / S41 / S42 / S46 / Bus 249 and 310
New Adventures in Vexillology #4Kunstverein Amrum – Summer Season 2018HIGH BY THE BEACH
David Horvitz, Andy Kassier, Anna Ley, Petra Mattheis, Nora Turato, Alexandra Wolframm
kuratiert von Valeska Hageney und Imke Kannegießer
Installation view, New Adventures in Vexillology #4 (High by the Beach), Kunstverein Amrum, 2018. Photo: Sandra Hermannsenhttps://www.kunstverein-amrum.de/new-adventures-in-vexillology/2018/
VORSPIEL / TRANSMEDIALE & CTM 2018 AND PENINSULA PRESENT:
MAYA VEILAn exhibition curated by Cristiano Cesolari
Opening:Saturday February 03th, 2018, from 5.00 pm to 09.30 pmSteinstraße 28, 10119 Berlin
Molino & Lucidi
Matteo PeterliniFried Rosenstock
Alexandra Wolframm“It is Maya, the veil of deception, which blinds the eyes of mortals and makes them behold a world of which they cannot say that it is or that it is not: for it is like a dream; it is like the sunshine on the sand which the traveller from afar takes to be water; or the stray piece of rope he takes for a snake”
-Artur Schopenhauer-We are nowadays in the epoch of illusions. Anybody lives in its own self made prison made of deceptions. Internet, social networks, digital media transformed from their original purpose into something else that the most currently ignore. Indeed masses believe in them and their content.
This way we built up a reality that translated into something that we perceive as real but it is not, exactly like the Maya Veil works.
Now what we should ask ourselves is: what’s the Maya Veil… Who is controlling everything and why. Of course the digital media didn’t changed through their will but they has been manipulated by other actors, that the most does not see or does not want to see. We forgot our legacy, we have been made blind by the digital world and its values rather then porting our ones into it. And it would be a good manner starting being critic toward this way of doing.