We are excited to present our latest new media work The Hidden Choreography of the Everyday in the cinema room (Schau-Raum) at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg as part of Depot Erbe, an exhibition and performance programme by Anne Kersting. The exhibition runs till 1st May and is open Tues – Sun 10am – 5pm.
We look forward to seeing you there and please forward to any interested parties.
We will be in Freiburg im Breisgau between 23 – 27 January beginning the handing out of GPSs to the public for our new project The Hidden Choreography of Everyday Life (German title: Die Verborgene Cheorgrafie des Alltags). For this Depot Erbe commission, culminating in March at the Museum für Neue Kunst, we are wondering; Are we really free to go where we want? Are our movements very predictable or do they surprise us? When we put them all together, what sort of a portrait do we make of our surroundings? Related to our previous works A Day in the Life – the Walkers of Birmingham and Crossing Paths, this time we will be making more of a cinematic, film outcome which will include other visual and sound material other than the GPS animation (thanks as always to Peter Vasil for his programming skills).
If you have friends, relatives and aquaintances in Freiburg who would be willing to have their daily journeys tracked for a day and see them become part of a film. We will be hanging round the foyer of Theater Freiburg when there are performances all that week or you can drop us an email to make an appointment. The GPSs can also be borrowed over the next month and we will return in February to interview participants.
We will give a performative artists’ talk on Thursday 24th November at 7pm as part of the Linear Momentum group exhibition at the Galerie im Körnerpark in Neukölln (Schierker Str. 8, 12051 Berlin), curated by Conny Becker
We will present our daily practice of recording everywhere we go with GPS and the outcome of this as trace and line. We will also perform an excerpt from Narrating Our Lines, in which we play an animation of journeys from previous years and try to remember the human events behind the abstracted traces. The animation was created for us as open source software by Peter Vasil.
We are delighted to be part of Conny Becker’s Linear Momentum group exhibition at the Galerie im Körnerpark in Neukölln, Berlin. The exhibition opens on Friday 4th November from 7pm and will continue until early 2017. We will perform a live version of Narrating our Lines in the gallery on Thursday 24th November at 7pm. Our engraved acrylic piece All Our Traces in Berlin 2011 and Dan’s Drawing Machine II will form part of the exhibition.
On Thursday 9th July, Sophia will be at the Kunsthalle in Weissensee from 5:30pm to take part in the artists’ talk in association with the group exhibition Ausweitung der Lehrzone, where she has a new video piece called The Matter Betweeen You and Me.
At 7pm that same evening (Thursday 9th July), Soph will be joining Dan to participate in the art/science SLAM at the ZKU – Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik Siemensstrasse 27, 10551 Berlin organised by Satellite Salon and Picture Berlin. There are 12 other artists taking part in what promises to be an interesting line-up. Admission 3 / 5 EUR which includes food.
On Saturday 11th July at 4pm and Sunday 12th July at 3:30pm, we will be in Leipzig leading our audio tour The Monday Walks as part of B_TOURS Leipzig. The Monday Walks was first shown in 2010 as part of play!_Leipzig. See www.b-tour.org for tickets
Sophia will be presenting a new video installation called ‘The Matter Between Me and You’ that she made with our daughter Ruby.
It is part of the group exhibition ‘Ausweitung der Lernzone’ at the Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Weissensee, Berlin from 18 June – 19 July http://kunsthalle.kunsthochschule-berlin.de/
The exhibition opens at 6pm on Thursday 18 June and on Sunday 19 July at 4pm there is a closing party (finissage)
Scissor is an event series dedicated to presenting contemporary durational and time-based art across all media, organised by Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty.
Wednesday, 4th June, 2014, 7pm
Galerie Kungerkiez – Die Nachbarschaftsgalerie
Karl-Kunger-Strasse 15, 12435 Berlin
The work All Our Traces in Berlin 2011 (2012) is currently at the Atkinson in Southport as part of ‘Walk On From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff – 40 years of Art Walking’
The exhibition runs from Saturday 12 April – Saturday 9 August 2014. See the Atkinson website for opening times.
Dan’s residency at the Salzamt in Linz ends with the group exhibition walks and traces… Off the Map which opens on Wednesday 2 April at 7pm. Curated by Sibylle Ettengruber, the group show also features work by Regina Jose Galindo, Vera Drebusch, Michael Höpfner, Saša Karalić, Sigrid Krenner and Johanna Serdinschek.
Dan will be showing his latest Drawing Machine, made during the residency as well as nine drawings made with it around the sights of Linz. Alongside these he is showing a redrawing of all of his traces in Linz to date as a work on paper made with Peter Vasil’s drawinglife software.
The exhibition will run at the Salzamt until 16 May. Free Entrance.