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KINO LOOP

International Kino Kabaret

KINO LOOP

02.09.2016 - 11.09.2016
Friday 2nd September 2016
@ GlogauAIR

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Kino Loop is part of the international Kino Movement. It's a global network of filmmakers that meet for regular festivals // so called Kabarets // to produce short films in very limited time. It's all about exchange and sharing // no competition and no awards.

Everybody // from beginner to full professional // is welcome to join our first Kabaret this September. There will be three rounds of filmmaking: 1x48h and 2x72h. Each round starts with informal production meeting to introduce people and project ideas and ends with a screening of the finished films. What happens in between is entirely up to you. There are no restrictions or guidelines in terms of genre // content // style or team building. Everything is possible and everything will be screened without reviewing or censorship.



02.09. // Welcome day // 20:00

03.09. // 1st Production Meeting // 10:00am
04.09. // 1st Screening at Villa Neuköln // 20:00

05.09. // 2nd Production Meeting // 10:00am
07.09. // 2nd Screening at Kino Moviemiento // 20:00

08.09. // 3rd Production Meeting // 10:00am
10.09. // 3rd Screening at Loophole + Big ending Party // 20:00

11.09. // Comedown day



RECENT

RAD BACKWARDS

Project Space Exhibition

RAD BACKWARDS

VCU Arts Summer Program

12.08.2016
Friday 12th August 2016
18:00 @ GlogauAIR

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The Virginia Commonwealth University presents the result of one month of work at Glogauair´s Project Space.


Featured artists:

Erin Brady // Cora Christian // Joel Hutton // Daniel Jernigan // Shannon Lowe // Quinn Mehler // Sara Schmetterling // Annia Song // Polina Vetsen // Helen Westergren

Wolf Moon Tour 2016

Butoh Dance Performace

Wolf Moon Tour 2016

Caroline Lundblad

29.07.2016
Friday 29th July 2016
21:00 @ GlogauAIR

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The central theme of the performance Wolf is to highlight the relationship between day and night // the cycles of the moon // and how it affects nature’s drives and instincts.

The performance Wolf explores our basic needs // how they act in tune with the phases of the moon and the interplay of day and night. Wolves relation to the moon is a sign of their affinity with its life giving force. Wolf is the final performance in the trilogy MOON. The moon’s gravitational force controls the rhythm and cycle of water. It is the middle ground between the light of the sun // the darkness of night // and the sphere between the conscious and the unconscious.
The performance/concert is an unique live act with butohartist/dancer Frauke and electro/glitch musician TM404 (Andreas Tilliander).
Wolf is touring internationally 2016 and has its premiere at GlogauAIR.

Butoh: Frauke
Music: TM404 (Andreas Tilliander)
Production: Gold Digger Productions
Photo: Håkan Berg
Graphic Design: Petra Landström

Supported by:
Swedish Arts Council // The Swedish Arts Grants Committee // Region Västra Götaland // City of Gothenburg // Gothenburg Dance and Theatre Festival // Family Wikander’s foundation // Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation // Kamiyama Artist in Residence

Touring Artists

Seminar

Touring Artists

18.07.2016
Monday 18th July 2016
17:00 @ GlogauAIR

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Mobility and international exchange are a central part of many artists' working life. In order to help you // this short seminar will focus on central areas of cross-border work such as: visa // residence // transport and customs // taxes (within the EU) // insurances // copyright issues and funding.
In collaboration with
Touring Artists
La Red Berlin

Labor or Labor

Labor or Labor

Coven Berlin

14.07.2016 - 16.07.2016
Thursday 14th July 2016
18:00 @ GlogauAIR

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Coven Berlin’s new performative experience // Labor or Labor // approaches all these questions and answers none. Within a queer feminist frame // current global politics of production and reproduction will be dissected and reinvented by invited artists // witches // and other unproductivity advocates in this celebration of taking time.

Imperialist and sexist systems of control are imprinted in the way society thinks about -and acts around- labor. Be it how we work // how we give birth // or how we use our bodies in order to make money // we carry traces of labor exploitation and social privilege in our sweat. Almost inevitably // our professional choices determine our lifestyle // our careers define who we are // and our success (or lack thereof) assigns us a place in society. Which queer feminist strategies help us challenge the oppressive working dynamics of patriarchal neo-liberalism? What are the socio-political implications of unpaid work // mail-order brides // and emotional labor? How can we move on from the nuclear family model? What defines sex work? Is “having it all” a middle-class white women dream?

Labor or Labor will present the work of artists of various disciplines with a common focus on labor. This queer feminist experience will take place in the form of talks // performances // screenings // and other events like a vigil ritual // where everyone will be invited to lose their sense of time and space throughout the night. The topics addressed by the invited artists // activists // academics // witches and workers will include but not be limited to motherhood // queer parenting // birth // sex work // body politics // labor exploitation // social privilege // and politics of production and reproduction.

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Thursday // 14th July 2016 (18:00-24:00)

18:00 // OPENING
With audiovisual artworks by GEO-VANNA // ANASTASIA MUNA // LAURA G. JONES // ALEXA VACHON // GOODYN GREEN // ANGELA KAISERS // KIONA NIEHAUS and COVEN BERLIN.

19:00 // YOUR NEXT WEIRD STEP
Career/Passion/Practice/Project Counseling by Sadie Lune

19:00 // SOUND BODY
One-on-one performance by Fran Breden

22:00 // HOT MUM
Performance by Zinzi Buchanan

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Friday // 15th July 2016 (18:00-open end)

20:00 // ASK A HOOKER
Mixture of panel discussion and intimate interview moderated by Harvey Rabbit.

20:30 // ENTER ME TONIGHT
Virtual reality INSTALLATION by Li Alin

22:30 // THE WORLD WE LIVE IN
Music performance by Verónica Mota

23:30 // MIDNIGHT PORTAL
Late NIGHT ritual by Shelley Etkin

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Saturday // 16th July 2016 (17:00-23:00)

17:00 // QUEER MEDITATION

19:00 // QUEER PARENTING AND HOW TO BE AN ALLY
Panel discussion // Featuring Goodyn Green // Zafire Vrba // Angie Kohon & more.

21:00 // DIVIDE TO CONQUER
Open reading and discussion on the exploitation of creative labor by encouraged individualism.
Hosted by Read What You Want!

22:00 // PHILOSOPHY IN THE KITCHEN
Video essay by Dormietta Torlasc

Instintos Distintos

Instintos Distintos

La Red

08.07.2016 - 14.07.2016
Friday 8th July 2016
@ GlogauAIR

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This is an exhibition of contemporary art created as a result of a workshop on cultural enterprise managed by Instituto Cervantes // La Red and GlogauAir Berlin. It is being carried out by a group of multidisciplinary artists with one purpose: to make visitors question the nature of certain impulses established as 'normal' in a social context.

The artists Irene Cruz // Sara Ferrer // Ana Guallart // Candela Paniagua // Georgina Espasa // Sergi Solanas // Belén Majdalani // Diego Puerto // Jorge Benavides // Camilo Correa // Elen Moos // María de Sande and Ana Márquez present a series of reactions to stimulae that are a part of our daily lives.

New sensations invite us to experiment with the limits of consciousness with the intention of surprising. Participants are invited to perform actions prohibited or accepted by society. What if we forget taboos? Would that change our daily lives?

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Friday 8th of July
19:00 // Exhibition Opening
19:30 // El Experimento: Performance of Camilo Correa // Elen Moos // Maria de Sande and Ana Márquez
21.30 // Performance by Jorge Benavides

Sunday 10th of July
12:30 // BRUNCH FOR THE SENSES
Slow Electronica - Ambient DJ-Set

Tuesday 12th of July
19:00 // FINISSAGE
20:00 // Group Talk about Taboos and Sex // moderated by Jorge Benavides

*Exhibition Opening Hours from the 9th to the 12th of July: 12:00 -15:00 h.


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In collaboration with:

30.06.2016 - 02.07.2016
@ Instituto Cervantes & GlogauAIR

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Workshop

Cultural Enterpreneurship

La Red

Cultural Enterpreneurship

Cómo ejercer tu profesión artística y cultural aquí fuera

La Red, en colaboración con el Instituto Cervantes de Berlín y GlogauAir, organiza un taller específico de tres días de duración para artistas, creativos/as, creadores/as y demás trabajadores/as de la cultura – plásticos/as, visuales, escénicos/as, agentes culturales, comisarios/as, músicos, artistas sonoros, diseñadores/as, escritores/as, periodistas, críticos/as culturales… – Todo Gratuito.El Taller sobre emprendimiento cultural en Alemania dotará a los participantes de herramientas prácticas para introducirse en el tejido cultural -local, nacional, europeo e internacional- ; también servirá para conocer el mercado en Alemania y saber cómo interactuar dentro de él; por útimo se potenciará el trabajo en red como mecanismo de supervivencia y expansión.

La Red dedica en este ejercicio 2016 una parte importante de su programación al sector cultural. Con diferentes encuentros y actividades de networking organizadas para cada mes, el „Taller sobre emprendimiento cultural en Alemania“ es el buque insignia del proyecto. Hay 30 plazas, realiza tu inscripción* cuanto antes aquí.



SOBRE EL SEMINARIO

Con la intención de acercar al participante a su perfeccionamiento profesional, el seminario dirigido a profesionales de la cultura en Alemania divide su temario en 5 grandes grupos:

presentación personal
gestión de proyectos
perfeccionamiento de portafolio
redes sociales
y trabajo en equipo.

Esta segunda edición presenta la NOVEDAD de ir enfocada a realizar un ejercicio expositivo práctico real como proyecto final. Este trabajo conclusivo estará coordinado y asesorado por tres veteranas profesionales y activas en el arte, asentadas en Berlín: Marisa Maza, Anna Talens e Irene Cruz.

En la semana posterior al seminario tendrá lugar, en la residencia para artistas internacionales GlogauAIR, la inauguración/ejecución del proyecto diseñado. Puesto que el espacio elegido para albergar el resultado de nuestro proyecto es un refugio de artistas – es un lugar dispuesto para mostrar trabajos artísticos, pero también es hogar y taller de varios creadores instalados temporalmente en Berlín- , queda la parte expositiva del proyecto abierta a la interacción y la intervención mutúa. Fruto de esta convivencia esperamos crear sinergias y lugares comunes entre los/as artistas residentes y vosotros/as.



METODOLOGÍA.

El taller tendrá lugar durante tres jornadas consecutivas – jueves, viernes y sábado –. Las jornadas de trabajo durante los tres días serán de 10hs a 19hs – aproximadamente -; excepto la segunda mitad de la última jornada, que tendrá lugar en GlogauAIR, el resto del tiempo estaremos en las instalaciones del Instituto Cervantes de Berlín.

La primera jornada centrará su contenido en las formas y herramientas para presentarse uno/a en el entorno profesional artístico, y también en el cómo desarrollar un concepto y presentar un proyecto (project management); el segundo día tratará principalmente sobre el portafolio online/web, online marketing y redes para artistas; el sábado, último día, el equipo de trabajo empleará toda la jornada en el disenyo y desarrollo del proyecto expositivo. Para la realización del ejercicio práctico se formarán grupos en los que se repartirán diversos roles. Conocer la forma de funcionar de las diferentes personas que trabajan conjuntamente para llevar a cabo un proyecto así, es una fortaleza fundamental para enfrentarte al mercado.

El carácter del taller es completamente práctico y participativo, siempre hay lugar para intervenir y en muchos casos también habrá tiempo para recibir asistencia personalizada. Es importante que los participantes aporten entusiasmo y compromiso en todas las materias.

Al final de la primera jornada y de la tercera (última) habrá tiempo y piscolabis para fomentar el networking entre todos los participantes, organizadores, ponentes, anfitriones y demás invitados. Las/los participantes recibiréis información más detallada al respecto cuando se acerque la fecha. Para cualquier duda o sugerencia, podéis escribir a seminario@la-red.eu.



Requisitos para la inscripción:

Enviar carta de motivación (quién soy, qué hago, por qué quiero participar, etc.)
Registrarse en el Consulado de España y enviar copia (imprescindible)
Ser menor de 35 años

Puedes realizar la inscripción enviando un correo a seminario@la-red.eu


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OPEN STUDIOS
GlogauAIR Resident Artists


MFASTUDIOBERLIN
Project Space Exhibition


24 - 25 June 2016
@ GlogauAIR



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OPEN STUDIOS - GlogauAIR Resident Artists

Galen Gibson-Cornell // An Gyungsu // Naomi Hamaguchi // Junichiro Ishii // Marcos Kaiser Mori // Elizabeth Laplace // Lo-renzo // Yoko Naito // Mark von Rosenstiel // Ella Sowinska // Katarzyna Wojtczak

MFASTUDIOBERLIN - Project Space Exhibition

Organized by the American University

Mills Brown // Owen Buffington // Sarah Norman // Katelyn Wood // Zarina Z


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When Science Meets Art

Mark von Rosenstiel. Remember This. Version 2012. Ink, 16 x 8 x 1 inches, 2012

Artist Talk

When Science Meets Art

Elizabeth Laplace & Mark Von Rosenstiel

25.06.2016 17:00 @ GlogauAIR

Science and art. Truth, logics, order, objectivity. Emotion, creativity, chaos, subjectivity. Two different worlds in strict opposition to each other. Any intersection between them seems at first sight to be impossible.

As C.P. Snow once wrote, they are two cultures separated by 'mutual incomprehension'. Such is the common view on the matter, mainly inherited from the 19th century.
However philosophers, artists and scientists have been showing since long ago this conception to be misleading. In fact, this widespread idea is only based on caricatural views and not on a deep, well-informed knowledge of both fields.

To dive deeper into this topic, the present GlogauAIR’s Artists' Talk will feature our resident artists Elizabeth Laplace and Mark von Rosenstiel. Both currently resident artists at GlogauAIR, with a background in science and both incorporating science into their current artistic practice, they will be discussing the fruitful dialogue between both subjects.

Elizabeth Laplace – Born in 1990 in the US Virgin Islands, holds a BA in Studio Art and Biology and an MFA in Ceramics. Elizabeth’s work explores spaces and experiments with objects; using the senses to reach an understanding of their function and relationship to myself and others. Through a variety of materials and technology she creates sculptures or installations that attempt to question how we perceive, understand, and engage with our surroundings.

Mark von Rosenstiel – Born in 1982, Mark has studied Complex Physical, Biological and Social Systems, Sculpture, and also holds a BA in Mathematics. Mark is a multi-disciplinary artist using mathematical algorithms that interact with and explore human relationships and emotions. Through feedback loops and technology he strives to reveal the middle ground people occupy - the undeniably human place where truth is agonizingly close, but never touched. Mark’s site specific installations create internalized representations of the human experience that explore the boundary between observation and participation.


Invisible Cities: Berlin

Invisible Cities: Berlin

Galen Gibson-Cornell

03.06.2016 18:00 @ Schiller Palais
Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Neukölln, Berlin

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Sculpture Line

Current Resident Artist Exhibition

Sculpture Line

Junichiro Ishii

28.05.2016 - 25.08.2016
Saturday 28th May 2016
@ Sculpture Line
Prague, Czech Republic

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Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.
The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Albert Einstein, 1879-1955

When you look at a wave, it can seem quite mysterious. Lying between air and water, it whispers a simple question; where does the wave exist?
It is a form that doesn't have substance. Vague, the uncertain image is always surging in between imagination and information. Perception is like a wave. And if the perception is a form, our existence would be a form as well. It might be able to say that the existences are continuous of reactions.


#B.O.M.B.

Current Resident Artist Live Video Session

#B.O.M.B.

Elizabeth Laplace

28.05.2016 @ Music Tech Fest

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Asian Art Show: <br><em>A single painting</em>

Current Resident Artist Exhibition

Asian Art Show:
A single painting

An Gyungsu

26.05.2016 - 30.05.2016
Thursday 26th May 2016
@ NON Berlin
Chausseestraße 11/ Entrance Tieck Str. Berlin

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GLOGAUAKT

LIVE MODEL DRAWING
Every monday at GlogauAIR, 7-9 pm

Drawing Sessions


3€ regular visitors
5€ eventual visitors

Free for resident artists

More info in glogauakt.blogspot.de








GlogauAIR Artists in Residence Program:

NEXT APPLICATION DEADLINE

July 25th, 2016

Deadline for the residency starting in January 2017.

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