2nd Berliner Herbstsalon - Maxim Gorki Theater
Opening of the 2. Berliner Herbstsalon on 13th November, at 18:00 clock
Then until November 29th open: Fr/Sa, 14–24 clock; So–Do, 14–20 clock
Locations: Palais am Festungsgraben, Maxim Gorki Theater + environment
Link -> Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin
Where are people fleeing to, when they escape to Berlin? For two weeks the Gorki is providing over 30 international artists and activists with a platform to consider this question. In addition to artistic contributions, a daily programme of debates, films and other productions will address the borders that rip the populations of Berlin and Europe apart, in both visible and invisible ways.
with Karo Akpokiere, Nevin Aladağ, Anonymous Stateless Immigrants, bankleer, Mirko Borscht, Hamze Bytyci, Danica Dakić, Harun Farocki, Azin Feizabadi, Hajusom, Manaf Halbouni, Alfredo Jaar, Sven Johne, Leon Kahane, Thomas Kilpper/Massimo Ricciardo, Reinhard Kleist, Daniel Knorr, Hans-Werner Kroesinger, Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, metroZones, Hakan Savaş Mican, Ersan Mondtag, Marina Naprushkina, Sebastian Nübling, Emeka Ogboh, Refugee Club Impulse, TALKING STRAIGHT, Maria Walcher, We Will Rise, Wermke/Leinkauf, Zentrum für Politische Schönheit, Tobias Zielony, Students of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.
Zwischenzeit @ Schattenbummel / Alpineum Luzern
Wermke/Leinkauf - "Zwischenzeit" (Berlin, 2008)
SD-video / audio, 17:00 min, Loop
on view at Alpinem Luzern, Switzerland
Inspired by Swiss movie "Reisender Krieger" (1981 by Christian Schocher) the show "Schattenbummel" drifts through shady non-spaces, backyards and underground.
With works by Oliver Boberg, Matteo Hofer and Wermke / Leinkauf
Vernissage: Freiday, November 6th 2015, 7pm
Alpineum Produzentengalerie Luzern
European Academy Award - Nomination "Symbolic Threats"
"Symbolic Threats" is nominated for the European Academy Award for Best European Short Film 2015.
Award Ceremony on December 12.
European Film Awards
White American Flags
Suddenly you see this steel poetry [...]. It puts everything to shame and makes you wonder what else we could have done that was so marvelous and so unpresumptuous. [...] He [John A. Roebling] really aspired to do something gorgeous. So it makes you feel that maybe you, too, could add something that would last and be beautiful.
(Arthur Miller in ”Brooklyn Bridge“ by Ken Burns, 1981)
On the night of July 21st to July 22nd Wermke/Leinkauf hoisted two hand-sewn white American flags on the towers of Brooklyn Bridge.
published by snoeck
Texts (german/english) by Xander Karskens and Bettina Klein
136 pages with 250 color images
Format: 30x22cm, Hardcover