Lichtspiel at Import Projects

Ended 1536 days ago

StartThursday, February 07
EndSunday, March 10
Time12:00
VenueImport Projects Gallery
Hours12:00 - 19:00
AddressKeithstrasse 10, 10787 Berlin
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Lichtspiel, or Lightplay, is a light-based show by London-based multi-platform artists Kite & Laslett. The pair trained in architecture, sound and music, and now find speciality in creating “architectural interventions in the form of interactive installations”. The show runs from now until March 10th, see below for more information taken from the press release. In this show “light plays both a conceptual … more

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Wael Shawky. El Araba El Madfuna. Ernst Schering Foundation Art Award 2011

Ended 248 weeks ago

StartSaturday, August 25
Time17:00 - 22:00
VenueKW
AddressAuguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
Facebook Mail Event

The Egyptian artist Wael Shawky is a storyteller: historiographical and literary sources form the starting point for his concentrated film narratives, in which he interweaves myths, facts, and fiction. The actors, backdrops, and costumes, music, and text each become self-contained narrative voices and through their interplay, fracture ossified views of history. His poetic staging of historical events allows the concealed … more

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