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9/20/2002 - 11/10/2002
Exhibition | hartware medien kunst verein

nicht weit von der wirklichkeit entfernt (not far from reality)

The banal and everyday, the unusual and the suspicious are the motives inspiring the artistic works in the exhibition “nicht weit von der wirklichkeit entfernt” (not far from reality). Here everyday banalities constantly intrude into unusual events and the exceptional intrudes into the banal.


5/31/2002 - 7/14/2002
Exhibition | hartware medien kunst verein, Dortmund

no one ever dies here, no one has a head

The exhibition "No one ever dies there, no one has a head" presents art works that deal with forms of presentation and perception as well as the abstraction and repression of war, violence and fear in "western civilisation." They counteract the blind spots of short- and long-sightedness as well as the fading and fade-over of those images that are just as important for modern warfare as they are for modern mass media.


4/25/2002 - 6/2/2002
Exhibition | Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Kopenhagen

Say Hello to Peace and Tranquillity

The exhibition "Say Hello to Peace and Tranquility" introduces video installations that are involved with the structure of language and/or reconstructed spaces. They examine the mechanisms of physical and especially the psychological inclusion and exclusion patterns that are anchored in language as well as in architecture. The main focus of the exhibition is the significance of space and language in our private, intimate life as an assumed guarantee of tranquility, order and harmony. The exhibition's title refers to the work by Dagmar Keller / Martin Wittwer.


4/5/2002 - 5/5/2002
Exhibition | hartware medien kunst verein, Dortmund

unstable narratives

Stories - personal narratives, unstable reflections, attempts to define identity and points of view – are streaming from everywhere. They all resist one single interpretation. Everybody has a story, and everybody claims the right to be listened to. Besides this multiplicity of narrations, one and the same narration is expressed in many different ways. What makes these stories unique? To what extent does the position of the narrative and narrator coincide? The exhibition "unstable narratives" deals with these and further questions.


4/5/2002 - 5/5/2002
Exhibition | hartware, Güntherstr. 65

Control Panels. Programming as artistic practice

Software artists develop computer programs that exceed the boundaries and possibilities of conventional software or reduce their functions to absurdity. The focus is not on the perfect and optimal function of the programs, but rather on the programs' "dis.functionality" and momentum, which is presented as a playful experience.


3/22/2002 - 4/27/2002
Exhibition | Montevideo/Time Based Arts, Amsterdam

Say Hello to Peace and Tranquillity

The exhibition "Say Hello to Peace and Tranquility" introduces video installations that are involved with the structure of language and/or reconstructed spaces. They examine the mechanisms of physical and especially the psychological inclusion and exclusion patterns that are anchored in language as well as in architecture. The main focus of the exhibition is the significance of space and language in our private, intimate life as an assumed guarantee of tranquility, order and harmony. The exhibition's title refers to the work by Dagmar Keller / Martin Wittwer.