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OPENHAUS 25/09/2014

Open Studios, Installations, and Presentations

25 Sep 2014 | 16:30

Tour: 7.30pm

Bring your favorite toppings: during the whole evening, you'll be invited to make pizza using Jesper Aabille's Pizza Steal Drum kitchen-module, bring along your favorite pizza-toppings!

Participating artists: Jesper Aabille, Alicja Dobrucka, Ryan Ferko, Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Vebjørg Hagene Thoe, Budi Nugroho, Kyung-Lae Oak, Joanna Nordin, Sumugan Sivanesan, Grethe Winther-Svendsen.

Jesper Aabille - Pizza Steel Drum, Lets make Pizza

We are continuing the fun  ...  A new kitchen-module is evolving:

the Pizza Steel Drum

What better way to do development than a little pizza-party ...

Bring you favorite pizza-ingredient and we make lots of pizzas together.

Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Ryan Ferko

Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour, and Ryan Ferko present a collaborative video project initiated at ZK/U. During the Openhaus, there will be a screening of this work in progress. Every four days a conversation between the group is recorded and transcribed, bringing together locations, places, people, themes, and topics from each artist’s research. This ongoing dialogue gradually builds up a script for a film that negotiates three individual experiences of seeing a city.

Alicja Dobrucka

Alicja Dobrucka is an artist working mainly with photography. At the forthcoming Openhaus event she will give a short talk about her fine art practice.

Vebjørg Hagene Thoe - Diamond Hunt

The title refers to the classic board game from Finland, popular all over Europe, where the participants travel through Africa to find diamonds and other gemstones, and the goal is to get out of the continent as soon as "The African star" is found. During the journey there are perils and dangers of the jungle, and even robbers occur.

Hagene Thoe is making an interactive installation with tapestries and objects, including also sound and photo, where she offers the public to explore the current Africa. The gems and robbers of today are of another category than in the game- like oil companies or charities- but the exploitation and colonization continues. The contents of the installation is being developed this fall, with the ZKU stay as an important part of the project. She is still researching, trying to get new knowledge about European colonial history, including the role of missionaries. There will be a teaser of the installation at the Openhaus.

Joanna Nordin

Using found materials, found images, found words and connecting these into new narratives, Joanna Nordin will present a series of small installations and interventions at and around Z/KU. A small pamphlet will accompany the work.

Budi Adi Nugroho

All bahasa text is part of the performance for this Openhaus, about gallery and art management system in Indonesia.

“Pada tahun 2011 kerugian untuk kejahatan pencurian sepeda di wilayah Eropa mencapai 5,3 juta Euro dan diperkirakan meningkat 50% di tahun 2012. Penyelidikan yg kurang efektif terjadi karena minimnya laporan dari korban kejahatan ini pada pihak kepolisian, kebanyakan korban adalah wisatawan yang melakukan kunjungan singkat selama 1 minggu - 3 bulan. Latar belakang ini menjadi gagasan awal sepuluh seniman Indonesia untuk berkarya dan berpameran kelompok dalam pameran perdana galeri EWE”

Title:  "We cordially invite you"

EWE Gallery, Siemenstrasse 27, 2nd floor, unit 11, 15510, Berlin, Germany.

September 25th, 2014 from 1900-2300

Opening performance by Afrizal Malna *

Free entry, free food and drinks and free exclusive catalog

*under confirmation

Kyung-Lae Oak - A new environmental colour in berlin

Kyung-Lae has been researching the environmental colours in Berlin (different areas: Moabit, Mitte, Tiergarten..etc) and she uses these colours in her works.

Kyung-Lae sees colours of a city as psychological indicators, implicitly revealing the social, economical and cultural background of a place. Colours can be seen as hieroglyphics that enables people who live in a city to go back to the space they experienced as an important factor which makes up the locality of a city.

Grethe Winther-Svendsen

Grethe Winther-Svendsen is a visual artist based in the Lofoten islands, Norwegia. She got her diploma at the National College of the Arts and Crafts in Oslo in 1979, and has worked in her own studio ever since. She mainly works with ceramics and sculpture, but also drawing and print-making. Several public buildings feature monumental art by Winther-Svendsen, and she has taken part in numerous national and international projects and symposies. Grethe Winther-Svendsen shows her last works in a national travelling exhibition «SKILLS»  which opens in October in Nordnorsk kunstnersenter  in Svolvær. Currently she works with a new individual show, also developing the sculpture project  «Song of pain -embrace me.

For the Openhaus, Grethe Winther-Svendsen will use her studio at ZK/U as a space to talk and interact with the public about her work, the process of creating and of achieving an art project.

Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan - Plan Bienen

Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan are researching real and possible relationships between people, bees, honey, and time in this city.

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