SCH in SCHort

26 Nov 2016 | 20h | LaunSCH with Youssef Limoud and NORIENTho

3 Dec 2016 | 16h | Amina Abdulkadir #I

8 Dec 2016 | 19h | Amina Abdulkadir #II

9 Dec 2016 | 19h | Said Adrus and Rohit Jain

10 Dec 2016 | 15h | Olivia Wiederkehr

12 Dec 2016 | 19h | Uriel Orlow

13 Dec 2016 | 19h | Henri-Michel Yéré

15 Dec 2016 | 14h | Bureau for Post-Bureaucracy

17 Dec 2016 | 16h | Amina Abdulkadir #III

22 Dec 2016 | 19h | Amina Abdulkadir #IV

30 Dec 2016 | 20h | FiniSCH with Fred Hystère

Outside the event days, you can visit the space on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 15:00-18:00.

**********************************************************************

LaunSCH

Saturday, 26 November 2016 from 20:00 until late

The opening of this year’s Regionale Opening will culminate at the Ausstellungsraum Klingental, launching SCH with sounds that break the silence by NORIENTho, followed by Jordi Fresco and the Mittwochsbar DJs Papiro, Stu and Roy DMC.

YOUSSEF LIMOUD - Geometrie des Vorübergehenden
26 November 2016 to 1 Januray 2017
With his large-scale installation Youssef Limoud provides the physical framework for the encounters in the SCH project, proposing a “Geometrie des Vorübergehenden” (a Geometry of Passing) that can only be navigated through new pathways.

“Things loose their function and become remnants, scraps, a geography that embodies history, like ruins. Ruins are the result of violence,whether caused by man, nature or time. It is at the end a place of silence, or silence itself. It is a picture of the future as it is a picture of the past” YL

Limoud trained as a painter. He has lived in Basel since the early nineties and had his last show in the city around 2002. This is his first exhibition since then and the first time he is presenting his installation work in Switzerland.

**********************************************************************

Amina Abdulkadir s[CH]til #I

Saturday, 3 December 2016 at 16:00

S[CH]til is both cultured scream (german s[CH]rei) and insistent silence (German s[CH]weigen). It is the reaction to the rumbling in a society that believes to have lost its identity. In four interconnected stages, Amina Abdulkadir together with her audience traces this [CH] identity, exploiting the scratchy “CH” sound so typical for this country to reach catharsis. In this process, stereotyping becomes liberation, art becomes purpose and the question about identity becomes the answer itself.

The Basel-based word/sound artist Amina Abdulkadir naturally unites screaming and soft sounds. Her art oscillates between spoken and suppressed words. This irritation uncovers weak spots as well as healing tinctures. S[CH]til is Abdulkadir’s first theatrical performance piece, which she developed in the context of the curatorial experiment “SCH”.

**********************************************************************

Amina Abdulkadir s[CH]til #II

Thursday, 8 December 2016 at 19:00

S[CH]til is both cultured scream (german s[CH]rei) and insistent silence (German s[CH]weigen). It is the reaction to the rumbling in a society that believes to have lost its identity. In four interconnected stages, Amina Abdulkadir together with her audience traces this [CH] identity, exploiting the scratchy “CH” sound so typical for this country to reach catharsis. In this process, stereotyping becomes liberation, art becomes purpose and the question about identity becomes the answer itself.

The Basel-based word/sound artist Amina Abdulkadir naturally unites screaming and soft sounds. Her art oscillates between spoken and suppressed words. This irritation uncovers weak spots as well as healing tinctures. S[CH]til is Abdulkadir’s first theatrical performance piece, which she developed in the context of the curatorial experiment “SCH”.

**********************************************************************

Said Adrus & Rohit Jain - Straight Outta Gyri

Friday, 9 December 2016 at 19:00

Their lives were connected through postcolonial entanglements, unbeknownst to them. The one was born in the Bernese suburb of Hinterkappelen in the late 1970s, when the other left nearby  Gyrischachen, Burgdorf, for London Calling. The one chose critical arts in Black Britain to represent his story. The other discovered social anthropology and British Cultural Studies almost two decades later to engage postcolonial Swizterland.

By chance, it seems, they met in 2014 in Berne and plunged into deep and intimate conversations about (their personal) biographies, archives and politics. The dialogue between Said and Rohit displaces Swiss postcolonial amnesia. Electrified by the re-enactment and imagination of old and new histories, the conversations reveal a dense web of nostalgia, resistance and rupture beyond nation and empire.

Their collaborative pilot project at SCH combines art works and clips from a recent project by Said Adrus as well as artefacts from personal and historical archives. This setting stages a conversation between Said and Rohit, which unleashes and invents an affective space for building a new community in a reparative future.

**********************************************************************

Olivia Wiederkehr - 'Hiding_Wings'

Saturday, 10 December 2016 at 15:00

“[Wo]man always wants to conquer nature and for this conquest he has to gear up. He requires protective covers like clothing and tents. He has to create spaces that, on the one hand, isolate him from nature and at the same time connect him to it.” “ We build protective spaces, haptic but also mental, to create an awareness about who we are and in order to perceive what is happening around us in the first place.” Naomi Gregoris [translated by Kadiatou Diallo]

It is in these kinds of spaces that the artist, Olivia Wiederkehr, explores her work. “Spaces” for her are more than room-like constructions. they are what happens when people interact with their environment. “The moment we encounter one another, an ephemeral space is created that exists for a short time only.”

**********************************************************************

URIEL ORLOW - Grey, Green, Gold or Was wir durch for Blume sagen

Monday, 12 December 2016 at 19:00

In his extensive research from Switzerland to South Africa, Uriel Orlow pursues the interrelation between botany and politics. He digs deeper into the space where the stories of plants diffuse with our (hi)stories. 

“Was wir durch die Blume sagen” (literally meaning “what we say through flowers” and which as a saying translates into “saying something in a roundabout way”) is a lecture performance about being foreign and being indigenous, about damage and invasion potential, about early detection and immediate action, and about the garden Nelson mandela kept while in prison.

**********************************************************************

Henri-Michel Yéré - In the night, the Poet

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 at 19:00

Geneses and births start out of the night. From within the bosom, from within the darkness, out into the light.

Night is shelter indeed. But the night is the perfect curtain behind which one can get ready to re-enter the world, reborn. Poetry seizes the contours of this renewal, and talks of the possible worlds to come. Yéré’s poetry is a gesture aimed at capturing this tension, with the hope of opening the reservoirs of tomorrows contained inside our own nights.

**********************************************************************

Bureau for Post-Bureaucracy

Thursday, 15 December 2016, 2 to 8 pm

No power to the Inbox!
Post-bureaucratic counter-assessments

Does this sound familiar? Bureaucratic letters, containing sentences of official gibberish that leave you with nothing less but helplessness?  Even before the envelopes start piling up in your mailbox, the shockwave of potential final notices, cancellations, dispossessions and mountains of debts is palpable.

The BFPB invites all those with a tendency to capitulate in the face of their mailbox. Bring your migration cases, your applications for naturalization, your tax returns, your criminal proceedings, court cases, adoption cases, partnership registrations, marriage of convenience procedures, rejection letters, job applications, disability benefit administration, bills, sex change proceedings, name change proceedings, resident permit applications, Intrum Justizia documents, birth and death administration…and, of course, all your unsent letters.

Together and with confidence we dare a post bureaucratic experimental arrangement and dissect the language of power. A telephone, a computer, a printer, scissors, glue and pens, tipex and nail polish and a trash bin for a fire will be provided for the occasion. A stroboscopic montage will emerge in the end, consisting of texts and drawings, a top ten list or a manifesto, with unexpected entanglements, associations and narratives about a world, in which our existence can be demarcated on a A4 sheet of paper, the moment we have an official address. Naturally we will assist to tackle any unopened mail or urgent phone calls  over a cup of coffee.

For further appointments and more, please contact us: buero.fuer.postbuerokratie@gmx.ch

**********************************************************************

Amina Abdulkadir s[CH]til #III

Saturday, 17 December 2016 at 16:00

S[CH]til is both cultured scream (german s[CH]rei) and insistent silence (German s[CH]weigen). It is the reaction to the rumbling in a society that believes to have lost its identity. In four interconnected stages, Amina Abdulkadir together with her audience traces this [CH] identity, exploiting the scratchy “CH” sound so typical for this country to reach catharsis. In this process, stereotyping becomes liberation, art becomes purpose and the question about identity becomes the answer itself.

The Basel-based word/sound artist Amina Abdulkadir naturally unites screaming and soft sounds. Her art oscillates between spoken and suppressed words. This irritation uncovers weak spots as well as healing tinctures. S[CH]til is Abdulkadir’s first theatrical performance piece, which she developed in the context of the curatorial experiment “SCH”.

**********************************************************************

Amina Abdulkadir s[CH]til #IV

Thursday, 22 December 2016 at 19:00

S[CH]til is both cultured scream (german s[CH]rei) and insistent silence (German s[CH]weigen). It is the reaction to the rumbling in a society that believes to have lost its identity. In four interconnected stages, Amina Abdulkadir together with her audience traces this [CH] identity, exploiting the scratchy “CH” sound so typical for this country to reach catharsis. In this process, stereotyping becomes liberation, art becomes purpose and the question about identity becomes the answer itself.

The Basel-based word/sound artist Amina Abdulkadir naturally unites screaming and soft sounds. Her art oscillates between spoken and suppressed words. This irritation uncovers weak spots as well as healing tinctures. S[CH]til is Abdulkadir’s first theatrical performance piece, which she developed in the context of the curatorial experiment “SCH”.

**********************************************************************

FiniSCH with Fred Hystère - Staying in trouble, breaks in a bubble

Friday, 30 December 2016 at 20:00

Fred Hystère marks the FiniSCH with her performative DJ-Mix that is invitation to, as her title suggests, stay with trouble, [and to embrace? despite?] the breaks in the bubble.

**********************************************************************

Closing Event 'SCRIPT' & sound performance by Andreas Glauser, 22. May 2016, 6 pm

Closing Event 'SCRIPT' with a sound performance by Andreas Glauser
Sunday, 22. Mai 2016
Closing Event starting at 6 pm
Sound performance 7 pm

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Andreas Glauser:
manipulated generators, electronic tools, synthesizer and organ

Mit seinem Projekt verfolgt Andreas Glauser die Schnittstellen zwischen Experimenteller Musik, Instant Composing und Audio Art.

Andreas Glauser arbeitet konsequent mit manipulierter analoger Audio-Technologie. Er setzt in seinen Soundperformances seine selbstentwickelten manipulated Generators ein, welche er mit wechselnden Kombinationen von analogen Geräten ergänzt: manipulierte Mischpulte und Effektgeräte, Orgeln, Synthesizer, farbbeschichtete Schallplatten, Bandmaschinen.

Andreas Glauser, dessen Nährboden bis heute die grenzsprengende und multimedialarbeitende Independetkultur von Punk geblieben ist, liebt den direkten Zugriff, das Ungeschliffene, das Rohe, das Emotionale. Ihn interessiert das Forschen nach Klang, bevor dieser zu Musik im herkömmlichen Sinne wird.

„Der Tüftler vor seinen Sound-Apparaturen. Die Art wie er lauert, sich vornüber beugt, wartet, eingreift. Als ob er eine Rakete zünden würde, die Minuten später irgendwo einschlüge. Andreas Glauser ist im Element. Ein Erlebnis. Frequenzen schwingen, ein Brummen kommt auf, ein untergründiges Donnern, Lärmpartikel kollidieren, ein Geräuschstrom wächst
im Raum, wird monumental.“

„Glausers Klangwelt ist eine so eigenwillige wie faszinierende. Feine bis heftige Grundgeräusche rotieren und verändern sich. Klangflächen dringen an die Oberfläche, expandieren im Raum und verbinden sich mit anderen Geräuschen.“
Pirmin Bossart

 

Andreas Glauser, geboren 1973 in Luzern, lebt und arbeitet in Zürich. Er ist als Künstler, Musiker und Kulturorganisator tätig und ist mit Ausstellungen und Soundperformances im In- und Ausland präsent. Er studierte an der Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst in Luzern und schloss 2001 mit dem Diplom in Bildender Kunst ab. 2004/05 belegte er einen ein-jährigen Nachdiplomkurs in Kulturmanagement. Zusammen mit Julia Kälin leitet er das Art Production Label brainhall
www.brainhall.net


Lesung von Bignia Wehrli, 11. Mai 2016, 19 Uhr

„Werfe eine Vorstellung in den Fahrtwind, vielleicht landet sie in China“

Lesung am 11. Mai 2016, 19 Uhr

Die Spielregeln von »Imagination Transfers« sind folgende: Jemand stellt sich ein Bild vor und beschreibt es mit Worten. Jemand Anderes bekommt die Beschreibung zugesandt und übersetzt sie in ein real existierendes Kunstwerk, welches an den/die AuftraggeberIn zurückgeht. So initiierte Bignia Wehrli im Mai 2006 einen fortlaufenden Austausch von Imaginationen zwischen Europa und China und leitete unwahrscheinliche Begegnungen zwischen Künstlern und Passanten zweier Kontinente in die Wege. 

Diese Begegnungen spielten sich zwar lediglich in der Vorstellung zweier Menschen ab, lösten jedoch zugleich einen Tauschhandel zwischen vorgestellten und realisierten Bildern aus. Es entstanden 18 Imaginationen, 14 davon wurden in Bilder übersetzt. Anhand Briefauszügen und Fotos erzählt Bignia Wehrli von den weiten Reisen und Geschichten einzelner Bilder.


Monday to Thursday, February 1 to 4, 2016

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #7
BODY + FREEDOM (FLORENTINA HOLZINGER, NILS AMADEUS LANGE, ANNINA MACHAZ, VINCENT RIEBEEK, MANUEL SCHEIWILLER)

From February 1 to 4, 2 to 6 pm
The space will be used as a filmset for a new eposiode of a Body + Freedom series. Previous episodes have been produced at Foreign Affairs Festival (Berliner Festspiele), Tanz Haus Zürich, Liste Basel and Supergood in Wien (all 2015).

 


Tuesday to Saturday, January 26 to 30, 2016

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #6
NEW SCENARIO (PAUL BARSCH, TILLMAN HORNIG)


Tuesday, January 26
Artist Interview

Mittwoch, Januar 27
Artist dinner -  rsv

Thursday, Januar 28, at 5pm Pathé Küchlin 1, Steinenvorstadt 55, 4051 Basel
Visit to the cinema, The Hateful Eight - Quentin Tarantino (2015) with artist talk after at the Küchlin Bar.
The inspiration through movies is a core element of the artistic practice of the duo.

Friday, January 29, 2 to 6pm
Preparations of the exhibition. The artists are present. Guided tours from 2 to 6pm.

Saturday, January 30
Exhibition and documentation. No audience allowed. Guided tours from 2 to 6 pm.

 


Sunday, January 24, 7pm

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #5
YOUNG GIRL READING GROUP 113
reads ON THE CUTTING EDGE: COSMETIC SURGERY AND THE TECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTION OF THE GENDERED BODY by Anne Balsamo

// Preliminaries //
"Young Girl, I did love you once." -Hamlet
"Young Girl Reading Group - I thought that was for girls only?" -Anon

i
Let’s be clear: the concept of the Young-Girl is obviously not a gendered concept.
YGRG was initiated in autumn of 2013 in Berlin by Dorota Gawęda & Eglė Kulbokaitė.

ii
In reality, the Young-Girl is only the model citizen, the highest point of alienated socialisation, where the most socialised is also the most social and she suffers. She suffers from alienation as much as a she does from becoming-image of this alienation. As such, she is a polar figure, representing becoming-Young-Girl more than predominating it.

iii
Her glands expand. Her mouth waters. So hot rn. Young-Girl reads for everyone with everyone.

// The Young Girl Reading Group as Phenomenon //
It starts with the name. YGRG as abbreviation is in itself an aesthetic choice.

Then follows the form and distribution. YGRG functions casually on Facebook, where the digital YGRGs weave new networks from what had once been isolated words, numbers, music, shapes, tactile textures and architectures. The individuated texts we choose become filaments of infinitely tangled webs.

YGRG addresses the mutations within the figure of the Young-Girl that follows symmetrically the evolutions of the capitalist mode of production. Over the past thirty years little by little we’ve moved from a Fordist type seduction, with its designated places and moments, its static and proto-bourgeois couple-form, to a postfordist type seduction, diffuse, flexible, precarious and de-ritualized, which has extended the couples-factory over the whole of the body and all social space-time. At this particularly advanced stage of Total Mobilization, everyone is called upon to keep up their “seduction power,” which has replaced their “labor power,” so that they can at any instant be fired and set out again on the sexual market. YGRG aesthetic explores this shiny surface.

YGRG is varied and fluid.
YGRG changes its locations.
YGRG changes its directions.
YGRG can be aestheticised, can be casual, it can take place at home, at the studio or in different public spaces.
YGRG is @ Berlin Community Radio, Import Projects,The Oracle, OSLO1O, as part of Agahta 1.2.0.1 at the Hilton Hotel, Museum of Post Digital Cultures, via Skype.
‘THE YOUNG-GIRL RESEMBLES HER PHOTO'
YGRG is 83, 84, 85, continuous to ∞.
YGRG is not a gendered concept to ∞

YGRG ARCHIVE
@Y_G_R_G : twitter/periscope

 


Museumsnight, Friday, January 22, 2016, 6pm to 2am

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #4
LAURENT-DAVID GARNIER UND THEO DEMANS, BERHARD RASINGER, JENNIFER REID

alfalfa coalescence, 6pm to 2am
Artist Laurent-David Garnier, former parfumist and knowledgable about the lost sciences of herbs and their healing powers will be responsible for a drink of a very special kind. The artist makes up a ritual, where the composition of the drink is individually tailored to the consumer and makes this a full body experience in a very atmospheric setting.

Broadside Ballads, 7.30pm und 10.30pm
Archivist Jennifer Reid has recently wowed audiences a the Venice Biennale for Jeremy Deller with her performative, musical interpretations of ballads from the 18th century about the body in relation to the working conditions of the industrial revolution.

BR Laser, 9pm und 12pm
BR Laser is an analogue modular synthesizer-controlled laser oscilloscope that is played live. The laser is an exact representation of the sound signals feeded. Two channels are distracted horizontally and vertically creating lissajous-figures giving a 3D impression of the visualisation of sound. Acoustic and visual aspects of the performance are equally important for a cohesive composition and an almost hypnotic mesmerizing impression on body and mind.

Basel Museums Night

 


Thursday to Tuesday, January 14 to 19, 2016

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #3
ARIANE ANDEREGGEN: HOME OF THE BRAIN
Myself as Google
The liberation of the control body through absent-mindedness - 6 temptations

Thursday, Januar 14, 2016
12-13 h  DER GANZKÖRPER-FREAK / protected creativness  
13-14 h  WAS TUN NACH DER ORGIE? / free reflexes after Wilhelm Reich / video
14-16 h  TEXT FOR MORPHSUIT / creating an audio track
16-18 h  SCHLAFEN IM AUSSTELLUNGSRAUM daydreaming

Friday, Januar 15, 2016
12-13 h  DER GANZKÖRPER-FREAK / protected creativness
13-15 h  EKSTASEN DER WAHRNEHMUNG / why not shadows
15-17 h  SOCIAL POWDER / Who needs bodies? art and self doubt
17-18 h  SUPEREGO - INTERVIEW / what does she really want
after: AFTER-SENSATIONS / after-images

Saturday, Januar 16, 2016
12-15 h  WHAT HAPPENS IN A BLACK HOLE? / the artist in the studio
15-16 h  DER ANTIKÖRPER / what i like the most
16-17 h  DER GANZKÖRPER-FREAK / protected creativness
17-18 h  GEIST OHNE KÖRPER / Interviews with the people who survived a flood disaster in the film
after:
KÖRPERBEZOGENES GEDANKENSPIEL / the lust principle

Sunday, Januar 17, 2016
12-13 h  BILDER ANBRÜLLEN / when art makes my cri
13-14 h  NARKOSE / the bone phone
15-16 h  TEXT FOR MORPHSUIT / creating an audio track

Monday, Januar 18, 2016
12-13 h  HOME OF THE BRAIN / about the life in one’s head
13-14 h  ERREGUNGSKONSTELLATIONEN / pattern
14-15 h  BEZIEHUNGSGESCHÄDIGTE MASTRUBATIONSFANTASIEN / stimulus error
15-16 h  MANIFESTO FOR GANZKÖRPER / I will not paint my toenails just because i want the curator to like me.
17-18 h  DIE BEFREIUNG VON DER LAST DES LEIBES / Freeing from the load of the body:

Tuesday, Januar 19, 2016
12-13 h  EKSTASEN DER WAHRNEHMUNG / why not shadows Dreammachine
13-14 h  BOPO / political bodies
14-15 h  BIER OHNE ALKOHOL / What is an event? body-radio
15-17 h I PAIN THE FUCK AWAY / pain & video
17-18 h 5 signs by what you a living person can recognise

 


Saturday, January 16, 2016, 7pm

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #2
PCNC_BAY: DAS WEICHE MARSCHAMELLOW / THE SOFT MARSCHAMELLOW

The artist collective from Vienna/Frankfurt creates experimental social spaces. For Body Liberation they will mark the architectural space with certain interventions as a setting for the following artists in residence.

http://pcncbaypcncbay.tumblr.com/

 


Sunday, January 10, 2016, 2 to 6 pm

BODY LIBERATION EVENT #1
TEACHING AS TEENAGERS
reading group at work.master of the Haute école d'art et de design HEAD in Geneva.
 
Arttu Palmio, Claire Van Lubeek, Coline Mir, Linda Voorwinde, Galaxia, Guillaume Dénervaud, Haydée Marin-Lopez, Yannis Christ, Jerlyn Heizen and Lili Reynaud-Dewar read from books of BEYOND DEATH : VIRAL DISCONTENTS AND CONTEMPORARY NOTIONS ABOUT AIDS, a seminar by Bjarne Melgaard. 
 
Bibliography
Douglas Crimp, AIDS : Cultural Analysis/Cultural Activism 
Anne Rower , If You're A Girl 
Guillaume Dustan, In My Room 
Kathy Acker , Hannibal Lecter, My Father
Jane De Lyn , Don Juan in the Village 
Dennis Cooper, Discontents, New Queer Writers 
Dennis Cooper, Ugly Man : Stories 
Pierre Clastre, Archeology of Violence 
Tony Duvert, Good Sex Illustrated 
Andrew MacDonald, Hunter 
Andrea Dworkin, Intercourse 
Dhoruba Bin Wahad, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Assata Shakur , Still Black, Still Strong / Survivors of the War Against Black Revolutionaries 
Guy Hocquenghem, Homosexual Desire 
Guy Hocquenghem, The Screwball Asses  
David Wojnarowicz, Close to the Knives : A Memoir of Disintegration 
Tiqqun, Théorie du Bloom
Tiquun, Introduction to Civil War
 
Invisible Commitee, The Coming Insurrection
Chris Kraus, I Love Dick
Chris Kraus, Torpor
Lee Edelman, No Future : Queer Theory and the Death Drive
Bersani Leo and Phillips Adam, Intimacies 
Tim Dean, Unlimited Intimacies, Reflections on the Subculture of Barebacking 
Mark Simpson, Anti-Gay
David Wojnarowicz, Memories That Smell Like Gazoline 
Michel Foucault, Fearless Speech
Benjamin Weissman, Dear Dead Person
Leo Bersani, Is The Rectum A Grave? 
Leo Bersani, Homos

 


Saturday, January 9, 2016, 8 pm

DINNER TO LAUNCH THE PROJECT

 


Saturday, June 27, 6 to 8:30pm

BLACKOUTBASEL 2015
@Ausstellungsraum Klingental

EVENT #09 - XPRMNTL PROJECTS AND RESIDENCIES IN INDIA
India is brimming with new festivals, projects and creative community events with many possibilities for artists, curators and enthusiasts. Here is your chance to know about some of these projects and maybe become a part of them in India!

What?: Presentations of active projects  

Saturday, June 20, 9:30 to midnight

BLACKOUTBASEL 2015
@Ausstellungsraum Klingental

EVENT #08 - #BLACKOUTBASEL V/S REAL NETWORKS
First chapter of an unique Indo-Swiss Arts Collective - Real Networks. Live concert with experimental sound, dance and live cinema ensemble featuring Da Saz, POL, Mahadev Cometo, Margarita Kennedy and Shazeb Arif S.

What?: Cross-disciplinary experimental performance

Friday, June 19, 6 to 9pm

BLACKOUTBASEL 2015
@Ausstellungsraum Klingental

EVENT #07 - INDIAN XPRMNTL FILM PREMIERES
The Indian film industry is well known globally but more as one of the biggest producers and markets of feature films. But how are independent film makers approaching making feature length films and what does it mean to remain in control of your expression without any big studio at your back.

What?: Switzerland Premieres of two award-winning feature length films - Kshay by Karan Gour and Chitrasutram (The Image Threads) by Vipin Vijay 

Thursday, June 18, 5 to 8pm

BLACKOUTBASEL 2015
@ATELIER MONDIAL, Freilagerplatz 10, 4053 Münchenstein

EVENT #06 - OPEN STUDIO
Imaginations of a new experimental community that will build an urban experiential festival in September 2015. At the #BlackoutBasel Open Studio, you can access the vision, plans and possibilities of the festival and add to it as an artist, curator or even an appreciator. Also featuring, what happens when a computer uses humans as its instruments (a performative installation), a piece from the globally traveling exhibition in briefcases - the show must goes on, and so on!

What?: Open Studio + Live participatory installation

Thursday, June 18, 6pm

DORMAY WOUH 3400
@Ausstellungsraum Klingental

GREGORY HARI, Performance

your eyes are glowin' in the dark or 4:13 minutes of dedication
A performative intervention by Gregory Hari, dedicated to DORMAY WOUH 3400, an art piece by the collective CKÖ. The performance is a hommage to the private and practical relation between the performer and the collective. Hari's intervention is based on individual references, related to popular culture and popular media. He is translating the piece, by the use of these references and reinterpret it in an acoustic version. 

The performative intervention is based on a cooperation with Yanik Soland. The approximate duration is 15 minutes. It will be hearable, from the exhibition space and the backyard garden. 

Thanks to Yanik Soland, CKÖ and Ausstellungsraum Klingental
 
 

Wednesday, June 17, 6pm

MEANWHILE, ELSEWHERE
@Ausstellungsraum Klingental

Premiere of the Performance Pan-Pot, Paint-Pot by SYBELLA PERRY and a presentation of the publication to the exhibition with a text by AGNES HOFFMANN and MAREIKE SPENDEL

Pan-Pot, Paint-Pot is an expanded lecture on the invention of stereophonic sound for cinema featuring orchestral interludes, Walt Disney and chemical spills.

The Ausstellungsraumbar is open.