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Kunstraum exhibitions

GELITIN
I Like My Job Five
FRIDAY 20 NOVEMBER, 7:30PM GMT

SOMA (Plus TRBE Recordings)
TOTKO II
21 - 27 September, 2020

Binnie Sisters: The Muddy Clearing
Reopening July 3 - August 1

Julie Béna: The Jester & Death
January 10 - February 15

Dangerous Bodies: Barbara Kapusta
12 October - 16 November
(PV 11 October 6:30 – 9pm)

To Ailsa Rock
Beatrice Loft Schulz and Lindsay McMillan
14 June – 28 July

Something soft: Julie Béna, Susie Green, Deniz Ünal & Zoe Williams
13 April – 25 May (PV 12 April, 6.30–9pm)

Nils Alix-Tabeling
Le Bétyle d’Ail
19 January – 22 February 2019

Anna Hulačová
Graceful ride
29 Sept – 24 Nov 2018

Shelly Nadashi
The Avocado Vampire
26 April – 9 June 2018

Mary Hurrell
2 (Aerial)
9 March – 14 April 2018

Von Calhau!
PHANTOM BLOT BACK TO ATTACK / MANCHA NEGRA VOLTA A ATACAR
12 January - 10 February 2018

Merike Estna
fragments from the shattered toe
29 September – 25 November 2017

Jennifer Tee
Structures of Recollection and Perseverance
1 July – 9 September 2017

Sophie Jung
Producing My Credentials
14 April – 27 May 2017

Olivier Castel
Communicating vessels
25 November 2016 - 11 February 2017

Vanitè
9 September – 5 November 2016

Jumana Emil Abboud
Haunted Springs and Water Demons in Palestine
14 May – 30 July 2016

Dorine van Meel
Disobedient Children
23 October – 19 December 2015

New Pabulum
Aline Bouvy and Simon Davenport
6 September - 10 October 2015

Alex Cecchetti
The printing house of hell
27 June - 22 August 2015

Barbara Visser
Manual/2: The Patient Artist
25 April – 13 June 2015

Unlearning to speak
Tyler Coburn, Luca Frei, Joachim Koester, Jacopo Miliani
28 February - 11 April 2015

Nicoline van Harskamp
25 October - 13 December 2014

Zin Taylor
The Tangental Zigzag
14 June – 26 July 2014


Eva Fàbregas & Andrew Lacon
Curated by Thomas Cuckle and Mette Kjærgaard Præst
26 April – 31 May 2014

Flirting, playing, eating, drinking, talking, laughing
with Søren Aagaard, Magnus Clausen, Robert Kjær Clausen, Simon Foxall, Steffen Jørgensen, Peter Larsen, Jørgen Michaelsen, Allan Nicolaisen, Carl Palm, Fredrik Paulsen, Anna Margrethe Pedersen, Merete Vyff Slyngborg and Ditte Boen Soria
Curated by Mette Kjærgaard Præst and Mette Woller
22 February – 5 April 2014


An Opal World
Rossella Biscotti, Priscila Fernandes, Jan Peter Hammer, Alberto De Michele
25 October — 30 November 2013



Late Nights & Early Mornings
Willem Besselink, Jacob Dahlgren, Edward Clydesdale Thomson, Florian & Michael Quistrebert, Relief Journal
21 June — 29 September 2013


Miles Thurlow
Variable Foot
20 April — 1 June 2013


Peter Wächtler
Celtic Dawn
22 February — 6 April 2013


Definitional Disruptions
with Nel Aerts, Filip Gilissen and Hedwig Houben
1 December 2012 — 2 February 2013


Jason Coburn
x ways to improve your y
28 September — 17 November 2012

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GELITIN
I Like My Job Five
FRIDAY 20 NOVEMBER, 7:30PM GMT


It’s about sculpture. It’s about doing our Job.

Playful, humorous, focused.

I Like My Job Five’ is a new performance commission by Austrian collective Gelitin. Streamed online at www.twitch.tv/kunstraum and Instagram Live (@kunstraumlondon ), ‘I Like My Job Five’ has been commissioned as part of our ongoing streamed programme of live and pre-recorded performances online.

‘I Like My Job Five’ is about labour, play and production, depicting Gelitin ‘doing their job’, being at work. The group perform their practice on the fragile territory of humour, spontaneity, child-like naiveté, and blatant sexuality. Refusing to be a documentary, this video will be their first work produced specifically for online audiences. 

The video is the fifth in a series of works which have been creative over the last 20 years that depicts Geltin ‘at work’. Previous ‘I Like My Work’ commissions include:I Like My Job 4, Guadalajara, Mexico, (2015); I Like My Job 3, Paris (2007), I Like My Job 2, Royal College of Art, London (1999); I Like My Job 1, Honcho Magazine, New York City (1998)

 

Supported by Federal Ministry Republic of Austria and Arts Council England


 

Gelitin is a collective formed in 1993 and based in Vienna, consisting of the four artists Ali Janka, Florian Reither, Tobias Urban, and Wolfgang Gantner. Anticipating Relational Aesthetics, Gelitin plays with audience participation and collaboration, as a central core of their oeuvre. Attitudes become form and viewers are invited to join in as participants, defying their routine behaviour while enjoying art from a new perspective.

Gelatin has collaborated with major international institutions such as Fundazione Prada, Milano; Manifesta 11, Zurich; Cabaret Volatire, Zurich; Haus Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna; Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Teatro Arsenale, Milan; Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris; Liverpool Biennale; MoMA P.S.1., New York; and with major international galleries including Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong and Paris; Massimo de Carlo, London and Milan; Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna; Carlson Gallery, London; Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; Gagosian Gallery, London; Leo Koenig Gallery, New York.