Live Presentations

Leila Albayaty, Elise Eeraerts, Natalia Escobar, L. Sasha Gora, Amitesh Grover, Maren Kames, Kylie King, Wendy Di Wang, Shannon Werle

Sat, Aug 29, 2015
7 pm
Dayticket 10€/8€

In English

Followed by:
Drinks and Music

Leila Albayaty is a French filmmaker and musician living in Berlin and Brussels. From a Palm Tree to the Stars is about transformation through music and brings together different cultures, which Leila Albayaty aims to collect in several audiovisual forms.

Elise Eeraerts is a Belgian artist living in Antwerp. The film project Burning Mass follows the making of a vast site-specific sculpture in its original, natural environment and focuses attention on the act of creating this sculpture and the process of gaining knowledge of its core substance and mass.

Natalia Escobar is a French-Colombian artist living in Berlin. In A Small Spot in the Night Sky, she aims to investigate both the psychological and physiological aspects of human perception through the experience of dreaming.

To the biography of L. Sasha Gora

Amitesh Grover is an Indian artist living in New Delhi. A Performapedia questions the concept of the archive as an object-based form of knowledge transfer and explores the viewer as the actual piece of art.

Maren Kames is a German writer living in Berlin. In 90° 0′ 0″ S, she wants to embed her texts in a spatial context, where they move like a body that is strechting and contracting, swelling and receding again.

Kylie King is an American artist living in Rhode Island. You Can´t Photograph The Future is a video installation that questions our visual understanding of the immense problem of environmental destruction.

Wendy Di Wang is a Chinese designer living in San Francisco. Solux is an interactive street lighting system to improve safety in public places. Based on wireless motion sensor and solar tracking technology, it permits a far more efficient and economical way to harness solar power.

Shannon Werle is an American artist based in Hanover (USA). In The Sound of Buildings, she examines the different amplitudes of Berlin based on recorded data taken from her interactions with buildings in the city.