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Kunstraum Live

PERFORMANCE:
Deniz Ünal: Characters of Control
Saturday 6 April, 7pm

FILM SCREENING:
You Are Good
Saturday 16 March 2019, 7–9pm

BOOK LAUNCH AND SCREENING:
Allusion to a body no longer present
Thursday 7 March 2019, 7–9pm

IN PLATO'S ANUS | GIORGIO SADOTTI
Thursday 28 February 2019, 6–9pm

Rainer Ganahl
Comme des Marxists
8 Dec 2018

Life/Forms 2.0: 'Königin der Nacht’
a performance by Johannes Büttner and Bastian Hagedorn
2 September 2018

Tyler Eash and Sara Rodrigues
Allusion to a body no longer present
2 June 2018

Mary Hurrell
2 (Aerial) – Performance
24 March 2018, 7pm

Charismatic Megafauna
in fragments from the shattered toe 4 November 2017

Performances For Pets
Krõõt Juurak & Alex Bailey
in fragments from the shattered toe
Talk for humans - Saturday 21 October 2017, 5pm
Performances for dogs - Sunday 22 October 2017

Maria Metsalu
in fragments from the shattered toe
25 November 2017

Kunstraum
FIVE YEARS PARTY
Saturday 7 October 2017

Jeremiah Day
THE CHAIR REMAINS EMPTY / BUT THE PLACE IS SET
31 May 2017

Johnston Sheard & Nils Alix-Tabeling
How Can You Love Me Knowing That I Could Never Love You? (Part One)
17 June 2017

Beth Collar & Hannah Still
Brainstem Thinking
10 June 2017

Performing Objects
Isabelle Cornaro, Benedict Drew, Anna Franceschini, Iain Hamilton Grant, Rebecca Lennon, Maria Walsh and Zoe Williams
3 June – 4 June 2017

Fiona James
GUTLESS SPEECH (and other impossible thoughts)
11 August 2016

Fay Nicolson
OVER AND OVER PURE FORM
5 August 2016

Morphologies live programme
13 September, 20 September, 27 September, 4 October 2014
Alex Cecchetti, Lucy Clout, Fiona James, Sabel Gavaldon, Gudrun Hasle, Frances Loeffler, Henning Lundkvist, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, Gro Sarauw, Vladimir Tomić, Werker Magazine
Curated by Mette Kjærgaard Præst

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FILM SCREENING:
You Are Good
Saturday 16 March 2019, 7–9pm


 

You Are Good is A screening program of video works that explore tentative forms of intimacy, survival and vernacular speech, featuring Michael Barnes-Wynters, Maia Conran, Sarah Duffy, Asta Gröting, Ria Hartley, Claire Hope, Claire Potter, Bill Santen and Jemima Stehli.

 

www.you-are-good.website

 

touring UK: 12-16 March, 2019

 

Organized by New York-based artist Daniel Lichtman, with local artists invited by each venue. Touring to The Islington Mill, Salford (12 March); The Tetley, Leeds (13 March); Humber Street Gallery, Hull (14 March); and Kunstraum, London (16 March)

 

Alternately building and dismantling vocabularies of trust, works in this program sometimes appear to gaze directly at you, the viewer, and at other times look elsewhere, or entirely away. Working with scripted and improvised speech, human and non-human bodies, videos in You Are Good explore an expanded idea of wilderness, defined by language, desire and corporeality.

 

Including:

 

Bill Santen, based in New York — Dark Green — a video portrait of Lexington, Kentucky environmentalist, Kris Kelly. The documentary follows Kelly as she contemplates moving from fake wilderness into what she considers the real thing—urban wilderness.

 

Michael Barnes-Wynters, based in Hull (invited by Humber St. Gallery) — Hull Legend — an intimate interview with ‘Hull Legend’ DJ Roscoe.

 

Claire Potter, based in West Yorkshire — Cast Metal Nut — in which Potter explores several body positions in a woodland: crouching by the stream, lying on a tree, sheltering by a rock, looking at the ready-made image of ‘the lad’.

 

Asta Gröting, based in Berlin – The Inner Voice, 16 Years, 1999-2015 — in which Native American ventriloquist Buddy Big Mountain performs a therapeutic conversation with his alter-ego puppet, first in first in 1999 and again in 2015.

 

Ria Hartley, based in Salford (invited by The Islington Mill) — The Representational Body — in which Hartley coats the body with paint, tape, fruits and vegetables, exploring notions of ancestry, mythology and ritual.

 

Claire Hope, based in Leeds (invited by Poor Image Projects / The Tetley) — Group Photo — in which the moment of taking a group photo is extended and manipulated through time.

 

Jemima Stehli, based in London — She Looks Back – Jemima Stehli naked, films If Lucy fell, Ze Dos Bois, Lisbon 27/11/09 — in which Stehli, naked, films Portuguese indie rock band, If Lucy Fell during a live concert.

 

Maia Conran, based in London — Meat — featuring a film studio lighting rig that is repurposed as the protagonist of a scripted psycho-narrative only to be disrupted by its counter-character, Meat.

 

Sarah Duffy, based in London (invited by Kunstraum) — The Island — in which an island’s previous occupants wander its landscape long after the erasure of all their physical traces.

 

Schedule and links:

12 March, 2019, 6:30PM– The Islington Mill, James Street, Salford, M3 5HW
Gallery: islingtonmill.com/events/you-are-good-video-works/
Event: facebook.com/events/1242505979241641/

13 March, 2019, 6:30PM — The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds, LS10 1JQ
Gallery: thetetley.org/whats-on/screening-you-are-good
Event: facebook.com/events/2028606360765968/

14 March, 2019, 6pm — Humber Street Gallery, 64 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TU
Gallery: humberstreetgallery.co.uk/event/you-are-good/
Event: eventbrite.co.uk/e/you-are-good-tickets-55024049413

16 March, 2019, 7pm — Kunstraum, 21 Roscoe Street, London, EC1Y 8PT
Gallery: kunstraum.org.uk/you-are-good/
Event: facebook.com/events/398355070956285/

Images:

Asta Gröting
The Inner Voice, 16 Years, 1999-2015

Claire Potter
Cast Metal Nut, 2016
Sarah Duffy
The Island, 2019