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Split Level | Kunstraum Potsdamer Strasse | UdK Berlin | Students´ Exhibition

Eine Ausstellung von 80 Studierenden des Medienhauses der Universität der Künste Berlin mit Unterstützung des Studierendenwerks Berlin. Auf drei Ebenen eines Parkhauses, das seit zwei Jahren vom Studierendenwerk Berlin als Ausstellungsort genutzt wird, versammeln sich künstlerisch-gestalterische Disziplinen aus den Studiengängen Visuelle Kommunikation und Kunst und Medien.

Beteiligt sind Studierende der Klassen und Labore_

Klasse Gestaltung des Bewegten Bildes
Prof. Anna Anders, Alexander Peterhaensel

Klasse Raumbezogenes Entwerfen und Ausstellungsgestaltung
Prof. Gabi schillig, Ruven Wiegert

Klasse Generative Kunst / Computational Art
Prof. Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hölzl

Klasse Grundlagen des Entwerfens 
Prof. Ulrich Schwarz, Prof. Anna Anders, Henrike Uthe

Labor für Fotografie
Sebastian Herold


Eröffnung
Freitag, 18.10.2019, 18 – 22h

Öffnungszeiten
19.10. – 20.10.2019, 14 – 19h
24.10. – 25.10.2019, 16 – 20h
26.10. – 27.10.2019, 14 – 19h

Kunstraum Potsdamer Straße
Potsdamer Straße 65-67
Eingang im Hinterhof
10785 Berlin

Split Level
UdK Berlin
 
Raumklasse UdK Berlin

September 01, 2019 → 2019→ landscape

Nida Art Colony | Lithuania | Returning Artist-in-Residence 2019

Gabi will return as an artist-in-residence to Nida Art Colony, Lithuania for the month of September 2019 and continue her research and artistic work in the landscape of the Curonian Spit. Since its opening in 2011 the Colony has been hosting invited artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers.

She will continue her project she started during the residency in Nida in August 2018 investigating the relation of body and landscape. She will create relational objects or communication devices, capes or spatial displays that are carried on the body to open up a dialogue between the human body and the landscape through type and materiality.

'Nida Art Colony is an art and meeting space, surrounded by sand dunes and seas. As a resourceful platform, it runs an Artist-in-Residence Programme, Nida Doctoral School, and initiates art, education and research projects. NAC is a subdivision of Vilnius Academy of Arts and provides space for workshops, intensive courses, exhibitions, seminars, rehearsals, artists’ talks and screenings. NAC is located on the Curonian Spit, a peninsula dividing the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic Sea. The spit is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the most beautiful and unique cultural landscapes of Europe.' (Text by Nida Art Colony)

Nida Art Colony 

August 31, 2019 → book→ printed matter

Nida Art Colony | Lithuania | Launch of Publication | Log on Lines and Rituals, No.9

On the last summer day Nida Art Colony´s Log on Lines & Rituals will be released. Nida Art Colony invites you to meet the editor Vytautas Michelkevicius, designer Tadas Karpavičius, and contributors to witness the launch of the magazine on August 31, 2019. It includes reviews of symposia and workshops, plus the documentation of artistic works by artists-in-residence from 2018 to 2019.

Nida Art Colony

August 24, 2019 → architecture→ dialog

Bucerius Summer School | ZEIT-Stiftung | ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory | Talk & Workshop

The Bucerius Summer School on Global Governance 2019 will take place from 18 to 30 August 2019. It is an annual intensive two-week summer seminar and today one of the most longstanding and successful programs of the ZEIT-Stiftung. 

The ANCB will host a one-day programme within the frame of the Bucerius Summer School 2019. It will examine questions regarding “TransitSpaces” on spatial, social, artistic and political levels through input presentations and participatory workshops by Barbara Holzer, Gabi Schillig, Benjamin Tallis, Dunya Bouchi and Miriam Mlecek. 

The workshop on 'Transitional Spaces' will be a collaboration of Gabi Schillig and Yuka Oyama. The 'transitional object' (D.W. Winnicott) creates an intermediate space that connects the internal and external worlds of the person. Our workshop will invite the participants to experiment with corporeality, multi-sensoriality and materiality through creating 'Transitional (sculptural) Spaces'. 

Bucerius Summer School
Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory Berlin


Haus Gropius || Contemporary | Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau Book | Launch

Monday 10 June 2019
guided tours with the residents from 3 p.m.
book presentation and reception 6 p.m.

with Alexander Hadjiev, Gabi Schillig und Clemens Krauss
Gropius House, Muche | Schlemmer House, Gropius’ Garden
Admission free 

The ensemble of Masters’ Houses in Dessau became the epitome of the artists’ colony in the 1920s: this was where the Bauhaus Masters lived next door to one another. With the Bauhaus Residency Programme, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation has made it possible for young, international artists to once again live and work in the Masters’ Houses since 2016. Their works created during the Bauhaus Residencies are shown in the exhibition Gropius House || Contemporary in the new Gropius House. In March 2019, the eponymous publication, edited for the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation by Claudia Perren and Alexia Pooth, generously funded by the Stiftung Meisterhäuser Dessau, was published by Kerber Verlag.

On June 10, 2019, the publication will be presented to the public and the first three years of the Bauhaus Residence Programme will be reviewed: from 3 to 6 pm, some of the former residents will be available for guided tours of the exhibition Gropius House || Contemporary and the Masters’ Houses Muche | Schlemmer. At 6 pm, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and the designshop bauhaus dessau invite you to a book presentation and reception in the garden of Gropius House.

Gropius House
Ebertallee 59
06846 Dessau-Roßlau

Haus Gropius || Zeitgenössisch
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
 

May 10, 2019 → drawing→ lecture

ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory | Das Skizzenbuch in Zeiten der Digitalen Transformation | Symposium

A symposium on Drawing and the Sketchbook in the Age of Digital Transformation.

Lectures by Sergei Tchoban (Tchoban Foundation), Wolfram Putz (Graft Architects), Barbara Brinkmann (TU München), Astrid Bornheim (AMM Hochschule Bochum), Matthias Beckmann (Berlin) und Gabi Schillig (Studio for Dialogical Spaces Berlin).

Friday, May 10, 2019 / 10-15h

Architekturforum AEDES am Pfefferberg
ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
Christinenstr. 18, 10119 Berlin 

ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
AMM Hochschule Bochum




Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau | Objekte Bewegen | Suprematistische Situationen Eines Weges

Die Stadt Dessau-Roßlau und die Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau feiern 2019 das Jubiläum 100 Jahre Bauhaus. In den 1920er Jahren ist Dessau das Laboratorium für das Bauhaus, heute zählt die Stadt zu seinen wichtigsten Wirkungsstätten überhaupt. Mit dem Projekt „Passagen Bauhaus 100“ wird nicht nur der Weg vom Bauhausgebäude zum Bauhaus Museum in der Stadt gestaltet, sondern auch die vielschichtige Verbindung der Stadt mit dem Bauhaus gefeiert. Die künstlerischen Interventionen lassen das Leitmotiv Kandinskys „Punkt und Linie zu Fläche“ zum Raum werden. Der einzelne Punkt wird angestoßen, entwickelt sich weiter zur Linie und schließt sich durch das Hinzufügen diverser Kräfte zur Fläche. Es entsteht das Quadrat.

Die Installation OBJEKTE BEWEGEN lädt alle dazu ein, mit den Objekten zu agieren und außergewöhnliche Bewegungen im Stadtraum auszuprobieren. Im Spiel mit den Objekten und dem Weg eröffnen sich dem Akteur überraschende Perspektiven auf die Stadt. Durch Irritation, Intensivierung oder Auflösung ermöglichen die Interventionen ein neues sinnliches Erleben des öffentlichen Raums. Auf einer unsichtbaren Linie angeordnet, verändern sie Blickrichtung, Körperhaltung und Schritt. So entstehen neue Beziehungen zwischen dem Menschen und seiner Umgebung.

04. Mai 2019 um 11 Uhr
Eröffnung mit gemeinsamer Erprobung und einem Fest im Stadtpark
am Bauhaus Dessau, Gropiusallee 38, 06846 Dessau-Roßlau

04. Mai - 03. November 2019

Performance_ Barbara Berti
Kuratorin_ Elisabeth Kremer, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
Gestalter_innen_ Lara Bechauf, Miriam Hausner, Lilli Lake, Marie Longjaloux, Rosa Morgenstern, Marie-Christin Schlang, Ruven Wiegert
Begleitung_ Prof. Gabi Schillig

Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau



April 03, 2019 → lecture

Barnard College - Columbia University | New York City | Studio Talk

In early spring Gabi will give a talk about her work and teaching in the Studio Class of Professor Kadambari Baxi at Barnard College / Columbia University New York City. Kadambari Baxi is teaching in the field of Architecture, New Media, Cities and Contemporary Forms of Globalization.

Barnard College - Columbia University 
Barnard College - Professor K. Baxi
Kadambari Baxi


House Gropius || Contemporary | Bauhaus Residency Programme 2016 - 2018 | Publication

" [...] The publication presents the programme, the exhibition House Gropius || Contemporary, and the artists-in-residence at the Bauhaus in the years 2016 to 2018 and examines the influence of architecture on creative processes, the importance of artistic residencies, and the relevance of the Bauhaus for artistic practice today." (text about the book / Kerber Verlag) 

Artists: Alexandar Hadjiev, Amor Muñoz, Anael Berkovitz, Andrea Canepa, Andrea Grützner, Clemens Krauss, Gabi Schillig, Jakob Gautel, Jiyoung Yoon, Marit Wolters, Markus Hoffmann, Martyna Marciniak, Mervyn Groot, Minha Lee, Paul Beckett, Rudy Decelière, Sebastian Stumpf, Špela Mastnak, TM Sisters, Wagehe Raufi

Edited by Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau / Claudia Perren & Alexia Pooth
Texts by Ariane Beyn, Valentina Buitrago Garcia, Michael Diers, Magdalena Droste, Caroline Jansky, Claudia Perren, Alexia Pooth, Katja Szymczak
Design by Herburg Weiland, München
Published by Kerber Verlag, 2019

Kerber Verlag
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau 






February 15, 2019 → 2019→ exhibition

The Plain Notebook Project | Gallery at the Cliff Netanya | Tel Aviv

The Plain Notebook Project is an ongoing international project, curated by Dr. Guy Morag Tzepelewitz. Artists from 45 different countries contributed to this project, sharing multidimensional works, spatial installations, video works and sculptures, related to the object of the brown Israeli notebook. It is associated as a political object that is radically reconstructed when removed from its ideological context through artistic transformations. The project proposes a model for initiating future collective and international values and dialogs. The 2nd edition of the project's group exhibition will take place in the Gallery at the Cliff in Netanya / Tel Aviv, Israel. 

Exhibition 
February 15 - April 06, 2019

Gallery at the Cliff
19 Hamaa Pilim St.
Netanya / Tel Aviv
Israel 

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