REWIND AND FAST FORWARD
video art exhibition Opening hours: Wed-Sun 4-8 pm
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 4-8 pm
REWIND AND FAST FORWARDvideo art exhibition
Soma Art Space Berlin, Monumenten Str. 24, 10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Opening: Wed 22 June 2022, 6pm
Performance „Connecting to Partner“ by Alessandra Fochesato, 8 pm
Referring to the function keys of old video devices, the exhibition "Rewind and Fast Forward" will show video works and installations by 12 graduates of the study programs Visual Communication and Art and Media of the Berlin University of the Arts. They have graduated in the moving image class under Prof. Anna Anders. After two pandemic years they now finally have the opportunity to present their works to a larger public.
SOMA Art Space defines itself as an independent non-profit initiative for contemporary art and culture and is run by artist and curator Nabi Nara. The impressive underground space is located near the Viktoriapark in Kreuzberg. From 1912 onwards, it was first used as a timber and coal store, then as a horse stable, during the war as a protective bunker, in the 1960s as a theatre and then as a school for acrobats and jugglers.
The works include essayistic observations, poetic animations, digital collages, ironic analyses of social media, interactive narratives, objects, documentations of performative interventions in nature and feminist actions in urban space.
With works by
Valentina Alexander, Rafael d'Almeida, Katharina Brenner, Alessandra Fochesato, Sevasti Giannitsi, Jil Gieleßen, Eleni Gkelameri, Ferdinand Kirsch, Roman Roth, Miriam Schenkirz, Adrian Terzić, Cécile Vexler.
"Feminist Songwriting Workshop" on Wed June 29, 5-8pm.
Organization: Katharina Brenner
Registration at: bit.ly/feministischersongwritingworkshop
In the workshop we want to critically question the male and western influenced conventions and rules of the design world from a feminist point of view, get together as an unprofessional songwriting collective and re-purpose the song "Du musst gar nix" by the band "Die Sterne" to the design world.
Manja Ebert and Moana Schorlemer Filipe