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Media Art Festival “transmediale.11” (Berlin)

Friday, 28. January 2011, 1234h No comments

In 1988, the media art festival transmediale was founded under its name “VideoFilmFest” in the periphery of the film festival Berlinale; in 1998, it recieved its current name. There is not only a conference, but also an open competition, an exhibition and various side events. This year’s subject is called “RESPONSE:ABILITY”. In 2011, too, several works address war.

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Alain Josseau: War Vision Machines (Le Garric, France)

Thursday, 25. November 2010, 0813h No comments

Beginning on 25 November 2010, French artist Alain Josseau presents some of his fascinating installations in the exhibition “War Vision Machines” in Le Garric, France. His works always address our and the media’s perception of major events such as wars.

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Opening: Extraschrot @ “A Fistfull of Life” (Berlin)

Thursday, 13. May 2010, 1753h No comments

The artist group Extraschrot of Katharina Arndt and Gero Neumeister shows some of their works in another exhibition, this time e.g. the light installation “Vorsprung durch Technik I” (2009; click on the image for an animation).

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Opening: “Manifest Destiny” at Moeller Fine Art (Berlin)

Sunday, 13. September 2009, 1438h No comments

Moeller Fine Art shows in its Berlin gallery the multifaceted group exhibition “Manifest Destiny” with photographs, installations, sculptures, collages and drawings by Mildred Howard (USA), Tom Molloy (Ireland) and Simon Norfolk (Nigeria/UK). The title refers to the homonymous 19th-century-doctrine that was also used to legitimate the territorial expansion of the USA as God’s will.

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Announcement: Image Battles – 2000 Years of News from the War (Osnabrück)

Friday, 17. April 2009, 1445h No comments

2000 years after the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest1, this event is taken as opportunity for an highly interesting exhibition in Osnabrück, close to the assumed battlefield: “Image Battles” will deal with “news from the war” in a multi-faceted approach on issues of technology, media and art.

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  1. In 9 AD, an alliance of Germanic tribes led by Arminius destroyed three Roman legions led by Publius Quinctilius Varus.

Christo wraps AA tower (on an Austrian stamp)

Thursday, 16. April 2009, 2101h 1 comment

Christo wrapped one of the massive World-War-II AA towers in the Austrian capital – at least on a stamp that had been issued on 15 April 2009 with a nominal value of 0,55€ with an edition of 300,000 prints.

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Exhibition: War and Medicine (Dresden)

Friday, 3. April 2009, 2302h No comments

The Deutsche Hygiene-Museum (German Hygiene Museum) in Dresden presents from 4 April to 9 August 2009 the comprehensive exhibition “Krieg und Medizin” (War and Medicine). It has been organised in cooperation with the Wellcome Collection in London, where the exhibition could be seen from 22 November 2008 to 15 February 2009. The multifaceted Ausstellung exposition includes 450 exhibits on 800m²: photos, surgical instruments, prostheses, documents, but also video installations, paintings and other works of art. A visit is highly recommended.

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1989 – Global Histories (House of World Cultures, Berlin)

Wednesday, 18. February 2009, 0932h No comments

The Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of World Cultures) in Berlin has been founded 20 years ago. This jubilee will be accompanied by various events, starting with the theme daya “1989 – Global Histories” from February 19th to 22nd 2009. Read more…

Jan Bejšovec: Peace Column (Berlin)

Tuesday, 3. February 2009, 0034h 2 comments

Jan Bejšovec, a textile artist working in Berlin, is opening his textile installation “Friedenssäule” (Peace Column) on Tuesday, February 3rd at 1400h in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Mehringplatz. Read more…

Embedded Art – Art in the Name of Security

Friday, 23. January 2009, 1111h 2 comments

On January 23rd 2009 at 1900h, the exhibition Embedded Art – Art in the Name of Security in the Akademie der Künste (Academy of the Arts) will open in Berlin.1 The exhibition’s concept was designed by the artists’ group BBM (Beobachter der Bediener von Maschinen, Observers of Operators of Machines) that exists since 1989, together with the Akademie der Künste. Read more…

  1. Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin, Tel. +49-30/200 57-1000