FLUXUS ET REFLUXUS
A man and a woman in a cargo ship trip.
A city portrayed through its empty grounds and construction spots.
A room inhabited by a couple and an angel.
The filmperformance prepared for Kino Arsenal consists of a double 16mm projection with live sounds: voice, music and noise.
October 26th – Sat
Link to Arsenal´s Calender
“Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzalez Monroy have worked together for several years, dedicating themselves to working with 16mm and Super-8 in the field of experimental film. In their films they often address questions that relate to society, with phenomena ranging from the relation between hypnosis and psychoanalysis, to the nostalgia for East-German doll houses, and to spatial imaginations connected to the idea of the private sphere. As members of Labor Berlin, they’re able to develop and print their own films. For them working with film also means to extend the possibilities of single film projection towards a layering of projections, which becomes itself a performance or a form of Expanded Cinema.” – Klaus W. Eisenlohr
Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzalez Monroy will be present for Q&A. Curated by Klaus W. Eisenlohr
LaborBerlin is proud to take part in the the Goethe Institute’s workshop “Was macht das Medium? Kunst im Zeitalter des Digitalen”.
On Friday May 24th, a group of international Goethe Institute staff members will receive a talk by LaborBerlin members Michel Balagué, Arne Hector, Minze Tummescheit, Linn Löffler and Oscar de Gispert, with the title “Ökonomie / Markt und die Un/Abhängigkeit von der Industrie” (The Economy/Market and In/dependece from the Industry).
Following the lecture we’re happy to invite everyone to Stattbad Wedding for an evening of films and performances by LaborBerlin members and friends. With films by Ute Aurand, Michel Balagué, Robert Beavers, Distruktur, Milena Gierke, Jakob Kirchheim & Teresa Delgado, Lewis Lloyd, Doireann O´Malley, Deborah S. Phillips, Björn Speidel, Sophie Watzlawick and Jeff Weber, and performances by Clara Bausch & Linn Löffler and Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy.
Doors open at 8 p.m.
Screening starts at 9 p.m.
entrance: 3-5 €
Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy have been in Jakarta all month participating in the Ruangrupa ArtLab program.
On April 24th & 27th they will give a talk on LaborBerlin and the independent film lab model at the Technology Institute (ITB) in Bandung and the Goethe Institut in Jakarta. They will also present a screening of films by Christopher Becks & Peter Miller, Guillaume Cailleau & Ben Russell, Deborah S. Phillips, Thorsten Fleisch and Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy.
On the 26th at the Ruangrupa Gallery they will give a 16mm shooting and developing workshop as well as a presentation about their film project on the phenomenon of the “Masked Monkeys”. They will speak about the results of their research on this marginal economic activity and the way it relates to issues of urban mobility and informal economic transactions.
LaborBerlin members Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy are teaming up once again with Deborah S. Phillips to present an evening of films and performances on Super 8 and 16mm at Kunstraum t27. The screening will accompany the exhibition “Melos – Zwischen Räumen” which includes works by LaborBerlin friends Deborah S. Philips and Inger Lise Hansen.
With performances by Andreas Gogol, Klaus Eisenlohr and Yptu Enth and films by Tomonari Nishikawa, Rose Lowder, Emmanuel Lefrant, Jodie Mack and special guests from Film-Koop Vienna, Daniela Zahlner and Magdalena Pfeifer.
kunstraum t27 | Thomasstr. 27 | Berlin