Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Friederike Hamann, Natalie Häusler, '
Martin Hoener, Katrin Mayer, Matthias Meyer and Markus Saile
December 8, 2012 - January 26, 2013
Opening: Friday, December 7, 6-9 pm
Opening Hours: Thu-Sat 11 am - 6 pm and by appointment
Tel. +49. (0)30. 26 93 14 55 / +49. (0)178. 47 33 040
image: Matthias Meyer: From the Smoke Archive (Jean-Luc Godard: Pierrot le fou), 2012 (detail)
How Can a Digital be Gift?
THE END(S) OF THE LIBRARY
With Julieta Aranda, Fia Backström & R. Lyon, David Horvitz, Christian Philipp Müller, and The Serving Library
Design by common room
Curated by Jenny Jaskey
October 30, 2012 - June 21, 2013
David Horvitz: How Can a Digital be Gift?
October 30 - December 21, 2012
Opening: Thursday, November 8th, 6 - 8 p.m.
Goethe-Institut New York Library
72 Spring Street, 11th floor
New York, NY 10012
sculpture center tumblr
Some works featured on Sculpure Center's blog
Fruit & Vegetable Stand
A project organized by Paul Branca
SUNDAY Art Fair will be happening
Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 Oct 2012
Christian Andersen (Copenhagen)*:
Rolf Nowotny, Morten Skrøder Lund
Lisa Cooley (New York)*:
Alice Channer, Cynthia Daignault
Croy Nielsen (Berlin):
Andy Boot, Ben Schumacher
Luca Francesconi, Timur Si-Qin
Gabriele De Santis, Jacopo Miliani
Gaudel de Stampa (Paris):
Hildegarde Duane and David Lamelas, Lina Viste Grønli
Hopkinson Cundy (Auckland): Nick Austin, Tahi Moore
Kendall Koppe (Glasgow)*:
Laura Aldridge, Niall Macdonald
Tanya Leighton (Berlin):
Aleksandra Domanovi?, Sharon Hayes
Cornelia Baltes, Jack Strange
Mark Aerial Waller, Ian Law
David Raymond Conroy
Gregor Staiger (Zurich)*:
Rachal Bradley and Matthew Richardson, Lucy Stein
Simone Subal (New York)*:
Kiki Kogelnik, Erika Vogt
Supportico Lopez (Berlin):
Natalie Häusler, Niels Trannois
Rob Tufnell (London)*:
Ruth Ewan, Stephen Sutcliffe
Tulips & Roses (Brussels):
Liudvikas Buklys, Lucy Skaer
* New at SUNDAY
SUNDAY School public programme:
Archive Kabinett (Berlin)
Aye-Aye Mobo (Glasgow)
Baz and Chaz
Three Star Books with Jonathan Monk in collaboration with
design group OK-RM (Paris, Berlin and London)
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
(entrance via red metal gates opposite Baker Street tube station)
Baker Street or Regent’s Park
Thursday 11 October: 12 – 8 pm
Friday 12 October: 12 – 8 pm
Saturday 13 October: 12 – 8 pm
Sunday 14 October: 12 – 6 pm
Pull the Stops Out, Come On!
MATERIAL ISSUE 3
August 11, 2012. From 7 p.m.
Skalitzer Str. 68, im Hinterhof
U1 Schlesiches Tor
Ph: +49 (0)30 75442119
www.mottodistribution.com (Skalitzer 68 - 2012)
MATERIAL's launch is part of SKALITZER. '68. Skalitzer. '68
invites artists, editors, performers for a series of lectures,
presentations, exhibitions and events which will take over the spaces of
Chert, Motto and Silberkuppe each Saturday, between July 21 and August
We are excited to announce the debut of MATERIAL Issue Three. We have pulled all the stops out to put out this issue, including the first appearance of color (banana yellow!) in the journal's design, this year by Zakary Jensen. Issue 3 has it all: hooks, minutemen, yes men, stray bunnies, billboards on the fritz, carnivorous coral, handwritten notes, rifts, wrists, fistfights, the sea and the seashore—
Our first launch will be in Berlin at the Motto bookstore on August 11th, 2012. Stephanie Taylor and Alice Könitz will give a live, costumed performance of their piece from Issue 3: A Leash for Fritz and Kale for Stray Bunny. The evening will also feature a special guest performance by artist David Raymond Conroy, Disappointment as Strategy. Natalie Häusler will present the new installation For Ann (rising) in the showcases, which will remain on display for the occasion.
Stephanie Taylor & Alice Könitz
An Impossible Distance
An Impossible Distance
Barbara Ess, Nishiko, Duane Linklater, Sena Basoz, Sean Dockray,
Daniel Gustav Cramer, Marley Freeman, Ian Cheng, Jeanne Liotta, John
Sisley, Michaela Gleave, Ed Steck/ Natalie Häusler, Toril Johannessen,
Antoni Wojtyra, Lisa Rave, Claudia Sola, Giuseppe Licari, Oraib Toukan,
Penelope Umbrico, Alice Ladenburg, Cameron MacLeod, Frank Heath, Natalie
Häusler/ Ed Steck, Zach Houston.
An Impossible Distance is a distributed exhibition of 24 works by 24 artists contained inside a cheap photo-envelope. Each work is 4″ x 6″, the US standard size for consumer photographs. The exhibition is distributed using file uploading software found on the photo department web pages of chain drugstores.
This is basically how it works:
- I am where I am.
- You are where you are.
- I upload the files from where I am to a website (where is this?) that sends them to a
printer in a store near where you are.
- You walk to the printer.
- They are there, waiting for you.
How to see the exhibition:
1- Send an email to both (me) firstname.lastname@example.org and (Matthew) email@example.com.
2- In the subject of the email write: an impossible distance.
3- In the body of the email write either your home address or the address of the location you want the prints to be sent near to.
4- The nearest drugstore photo printer near you will be located.
5- Files will be sent to that store.
6- You will receive an e-mail stating when they will be ready for pick up.
7- Walk to the store and pick them up. You will have to pay for the prints (unless you are sneaky). Prices vary at each store. It will probably cost somewhere from $3-$6.
The title, An Impossible Distance, comes from an interview I did with Lumi Tan (the interview can be found in here). In the interview the idea of the impossibility of looking into distance (at the sea) online comes up. Not only that the screen is just a few inches away from our eyes, which makes literal spatial distance pertaining to vision disappear. But also, the constant stream of content makes it impossible to just stare out. When you stare your vision extends outward into a field of space, with no distractions. Online, continuously produced content makes distraction a constant. I asked each of the artists to give an image that somehow related to the sea, whether direct or broad. This is being launched in the summer, and in a sense, it is like a day-trip to the beach. To go and look at the water. Or, maybe, it is that the beach takes a day-trip to you. These seas come to you.
These will be sent to as many countries as possible. If you live in a country outside the US there may be trouble locating a website for a store near you. I may ask you for suggestions. Also, if you live in a country outside of the US and would like to help distributing this exhibition in your country, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will send you the high-res files and put you in charge of local distributor.
This project is currently on exhibit at Border in Mexico City curated by Violeta Horcasitas and Fernanda D´Agostino.The exhibition is called A Room for Two and Many More. If you live in Mexico and would like the exhibition to be sent to a location near you, you can make a request from Violeta: email@example.com
Download PDF of complete title list + thumbnails
a bouquet for spring? or a bouquet from spring?
you and I may not hurry it with a thousand poems my darling but nobody will stop it With all the Policemen in The World.zip
Anjum Asharia and Marisa Jahn, BFFA3AE, Claudia Sola, David Horvitz, Hans Aarsman, Jon Rafman, Kristina Lee Podesva, Marysia Lewandowska, Michael Mandiberg, Mishka Henner, Natalie Häusler, Vlatka Horvat
June 1, 2012 – ?
A downloadable and printable exhibition hosted at:
This exhibition may be freely downloaded, printed, exhibited, published, copied, etc… There are no installation instructions. The recommended print sizes are listed in the works list PDF. The zipped folder will will remain available as long as the sendspace link is active. They will not be re-uploaded.
The initial idea was to make a “bouquet of spring flowers,” and to “broadcast” this in spring (We still have 18 more days of spring!). The term broadcast (for broadcast distribution, like the internet) is originally a farming term for the broad casting of seeds. Distributing seeds over a broad area, throwing them with your hand. The internet here not only broadcasts over a large space, but also time (being able to store data that can be accessed in the future – like a seed?). Playing with these etymologies and metaphors, this exhibition is like a handful of seeds sent out somewhere. They may remain dormant, or with the right conditions, they can materialize into real space. And this is also about time – playing with the natural temporalities of the seasons (the movement of the sun and the Earth), with the simultaneity and synchronous aspects of high speed communication (something that seems to be able to exist beyond time and space).
above image: Marysia Lewandowska, Publishing as Practice (tulips). Stockholm, 26th May ’12
GINO DI DOMINICIS and WHEN MORANDI FLIRTED WITH CINEMATOGRAPHY
and a project by Marius Engh & Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen
For the spring exhibition of this year Supportico Lopez is having a temporary space upstairs the main gallery. In the main space there is an homage to the great figure of Gino De Dominicis, at Supportico Upstairs there is on view the group show “Als Morandi mit der Kinematographie liebäugelte” with works by Nicholas Byrne, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Marius Engh, Natalie Häusler, David Keating, Alek O, Niels Trannois and a project by Marius Engh & Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen
Supportico Lopez - Berlin
+6|2012 – Shortlist Columbus Art Award
Opening Reception: Friday, March 9th 2012, 7 pm
Matthias Wermke/Mischa Leinkauf
March 12 - May 11, 2012