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Coming events

Zwischen Licht und Materie – vom Erscheinen und Verschwinden

Artists talk: 

Wed 21 Feb 24, 7 pm

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Connected exhibition:

Zwischen Licht und Materie – vom Erscheinen und Verschwinden 26 Jan – 30 Mar 2024

with Albert Coers, Lukas Grundmann, and Albert Weis, moderated by Dr. Angela Lammert

Angela Lammert is a private lecturer at the Humboldt University in Berlin at the Institute for Art and Visual History and head of the interdisciplinary special projects department at the Akademie der Künste. She researches art of the 19th–21st centuries (especially in Germany, France, the USA and Brazil), the history and theory of modernism, the history and theory of photography and sculpture and the theory of space and notation. In her curatorial, academic and publishing activities, she moves between art and science.

Zwischen Licht und Materie – vom Erscheinen und Verschwinden

Artists talk: 

Thu 14 Mar 24, 7 pm

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Connected exhibition:

Zwischen Licht und Materie – vom Erscheinen und Verschwinden 26 Jan – 30 Mar 2024

with Petra Karadimas, Ute Lindner, and Karen Stuke, moderated by Wolfgang Ullrich

Wolfgang Ulrich is an art historian and cultural scientist. After many years as a lecturer, visiting professor, and professor and vice-rector for research, he resigned from his professorship in 2015. Since then, he has lived as a freelance author in Leipzig and Munich. In his publications, he critiques the concept of art and consumer theory; above all, he is concerned with the puffing up of the concept of art, which resulted in an overestimation of its importance in modernism.

Sleepless nights – Wandering shadows

Concert, Performance: 

Wed 20 Mar 24, 7 pm

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Connected exhibition:

Zwischen Licht und Materie – vom Erscheinen und Verschwinden 26 Jan – 30 Mar 2024

by Margarete Huber (vocals, composition, visuals)

In Sleepless nights – Wandering shadows, singer and composer Margarete Huber embarks on a vocal journey through a wide variety of musical worlds. Like a dream, fragments ranging from baroque to experimental appear, which lose their contextuality when interwoven and give rise to free-floating, shimmering new music. Margarete Huber explores the de-contextualisation of seemingly familiar parameters in both her vocal and compositional work. Semantic shifts, illusion and transformation are central to her work. She is equally interested in acoustic and visual processes. In addition, the examination of time and the subjectivity of her experience, as well as the dramatic pull of music are always of particular importance.

Margarete Huber is a singer and composer living in Berlin. Her repertoire as a singer ranges from baroque operas to premieres of new music and improvisation. As a composer, she writes works for opera, music theatre, concerts and installations, and also incorporates visuals. She is internationally active in both professions and has won numerous prizes and scholarships. (www.margaretehuber.wordpress.com)