Sep 11 - 22 2019


Future

an exhibition by Nika Radić, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson

opening Wednesday, September 11th at 7 p.m.

The tête show during the Berlin Art Week shows two new works by Nika Radić and the artist duo Crowe and Rawlinson that both, in different ways, question possible futures and how we can imagine them.

Nika Radić's video „Your Future“ is the result of her recent research in hypnosis. The work addresses the viewers directly, it talks to them in the way a hypnotist would and encourages them to imagine a future they would want to happen. The hypnotic speech is used as the narrative structure of the video and it uses suggestion in order to create the content that is individual from one viewer to another. Radić will also be available for individual hypnosis sessions for visitors who want to be hypnotised into seeing their own version of the future (by appointment).

www.nikaradic.com

Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson are showing a sculptural work „Remaining Logs“. The work takes the form of a partially extant herring-bone floor made from scrap paper and straw briquettes. Taking detritus materials of contemporary consumption, the work nonetheless presents an elegant facade and reforms these waste products into a totem of urban sophistication. In its fragmentary form the work also seems to suggest that this recycled totem may itself have become subject to a secondary consumption. (www.croweandrawlinson.net)

tête, Schönhauser Allee 161A - Berlin 10435

Opening Wednesday, September 11th at 7 p.m.

Opening hours: daily 2-7 p.m. until Sunday September 22nd

For the hypnotic sessions appointment please call 0151.5494.8969 or send an e-mail.

Special event

Bring your own USB Party on Saturday, September 14th, 7 p.m.

Anyone is welcome to bring their own contribution to the discussion on possible futures. Show your own work that deals with the topic or bring something you have found and think other people should see. Let’s imagine a future together. We will have a screen, a projector and a computer. Bring common formats on a USB stick and please limit your contributions to 5 minutes. If there is too many contributions, we will repeat the party the week later