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  1. In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

    In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      Fran Cottell & Marianne Mueller: 
      Pentagon Petal, 2016, The Prison Drawing, 2017, The Bench Drawing, 2017
      2 prints on paper, 84,1 x 118,9 cm 

      Drawings: Marianne Mueller & Olaf Kneer

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      Fran Cottell & Marianne Mueller:
      The Prison Drawing, 2017, 84,1 x 118,9 cm 
      Drawing: Marianne Mueller & Olaf Kneer

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      Fran Cottell & Marianne Mueller:
      The Bench Drawing, 2017, 84,1 x 118,9 cm Drawing: Marianne Mueller & Olaf Kneer

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      Fran Cottell & Marianne Mueller: Pentagon Petal, 2016

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      In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      Julia Horstmann:
      Untitled (Oderberger Strasse 10 / #5), 2017, Paper, ink, 65 x 50 cm
      Untitled (Oderberger Strasse 10 / #4), 2017, Paper, gouache, 35,6 x 26 cm

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      Julia Horstmann: Untitled (Oderberger Strasse 10 / #5), 2017, Paper, gouache, 35,6 x 26 cm

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      Julia Horstmann:
      Untitled (Oderberger Strasse 10 / #4), 2017, Paper, ink, 65 x 50 cm

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      Emma Waltraud Howes:

      Scores for Daily Living | Seven Variations + One, Compression of Eight, 2017
2 digital prints, 84.1 x 118.9 cm

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      Emma Waltraud Howes:
      Scores for Daily Living | Seven Variations + One, Compression of Eight, 2017
      2 digital prints, 84.1 x 118.9 cm

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      Emma Waltraud Howes:
      Scores for Daily Living | Seven Variations + One, Compression of Eight, 2017
      2 digital prints, 84.1 x 118.9 cm

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      Emma Waltraud Howes:
      Scores for Daily Living | Seven Variations + One, 2017
      Carbon paper, paper, graph paper, Score I – VIII: 21 x 30 cm

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      Emma Waltraud Howes:
      Scores for Daily Living | Seven Variations + One, 2017
      Carbon paper, paper, graph paper, Score I – VIII: 21 x 30 cm

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      Moi Tran:
      Visual Recital (Moving In Moving Out), 2017, Video, sound, 57:33 min.

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      Moi Tran:
      Visual Recital (Moving In Moving Out), 2017, Video, sound, 57:33 min.

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      Moi Tran:
      Moving In Moving Out #2, 2017, objects, canvas, paint

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      Moi Tran:
      Moving In Moving Out #2, 2017, Performance, objects, canvas, paint

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      Moi Tran:
      Moving In Moving Out #2, 2017, Performance, objects, canvas, paint

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      Mirjam Thomann:
      Cube Cube Cube, 2009/2017
      MDF, hinges, mirror, wall paint of the exhibition space, 100 x 50 x 50 cm (adjustable to 100 cm); mirror: 100 x 100 cm

      Courtesy Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin/Köln

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      Alice Aycock:
      Projekt für drei Betonkammern mit unterirdischem Tunnelzug, 1975 / 84, Offset on parchment, 54 x 88 cm

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      In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      Jonas von Ostrowski:
      Director’s house, 2017, Paper, ink, 42 x 30 cm

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      Jonas von Ostrowski

      House of stubbornness, 2017, Paper, ink, 42 x 30 cm

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      Jonas von Ostrowski:
      Diamond house with square inside, 2017, Paper, ink, 42 x 30 cm

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      Jonas von Ostrowski:
      House for trying to be both, 2017, Paper, ink, 42 x 30 cm

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      In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      Hella Gerlach:
      Ritual of the Four Balls, 2010-13, ceramic (unfired), car paint, diameter ca. 13 cm each

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      In Between, 2017, installation view, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      Julia Horstmann:
      Untitled (Oderberger Strasse 10), 2017, Linen, gouache, acrylic, 150 x 572 cm

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      In Between, 2017, Table with research material, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

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      In Between, 2017, Table with research material, Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin

    IN BETWEEN
    7 – 22 July 2017
    at Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 

    with contributions by Richard Allen, Alice Aycock, Fran Cottell & Marianne Mueller, Hella Gerlach, Julia Horstmann, Emma Waltraud Howes, Jonas von Ostrowski, Mirjam Thomann, Moi Tran

    Thursday, 6 July 2017, 7 pm
    Performance by Moi Tran Moving In Moving Out

    Thursday, 13 July 2017, 7 pm
    Lecture performance by Richard Allen Phantom Stages - Floor Plans as Affect Machines


    "Which movements, what behaviour and what kinds of thinking brings about a floor plan? What occupies its centre? An object or a piece of social interaction? Which language, which narratives and which concept of man does it embody?" These are a few of the questions that Hidden Lines of Space poses. The project investigates the floor plan per se from a fine art perspective and will stage a multi-angled presentation comprising research material and artistic contributions from across the world at the Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz from 7 July until 21 July.

     
    Floor plans contain specific structural instructions. Within the context of Hidden Lines of Space and removed from their normal association with construction and architecture, floor plans become liberated figures of thought and play with the capacity to illuminate social or aesthetic practices.
     
    The exhibition will feature artworks that either engage explicitly with floor plans or take a more abstract approach to them.
    The spectrum ranges from illustrated analyses of spatial structures to the transformation of a prison floor plan into a social public space sculpture. Other works explore the floor plan as a repository for the storage and accumulation of memory or approach the topic from a performative angle: they investigate the ritual occupation of a given space or view the walls as dramaturgs producing real and imagined boundaries and choreographing specific behaviours. In each case, the focus is upon harnessing the floor plan as scope for modelling human experience.


    supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
    www.hauptstadtkulturfonds.berlin.de