Exhibition and performance
Saturday, 22 January 2022, 2 – 10 pm
Artists: Karin Sander, Elena Kaludova, Marc Pospiech
Organisation: Alex Comberlato, Robert Thies, Max Steller, Constantin Collisi and Johannes Alexander (HMKW)
Curation and graphic design: Jil Schuberth and Anaïs Nyffeler (UDK)
Hygiene measures as of 11. January 2022
– A maximum of 10 visitors are allowed in the gallery rooms at the same time, who must keep a friendly distance of 1.5 m from each other.
– 2G: Only individuals who can demonstrate full vaccination coverage or recovery will be allowed to enter the gallery.
– The attendance list and/or a registration via app is mandatory. Before you enter, please indicate your contact (first and last name, telephone number, full address or e-mail address, time of presence). The contact details will be destroyed after 4 weeks.
– FFP2 masks are compulsory inside the gallery.
– Please note the current regulation of the Berlin Senate: https://www.berlin.de/corona/en/measures/directive/
We start the year with a one-day “non-finito” event this coming Saturday, 22 January 2022 and welcome you to the gallery between 2pm and 10pm!
“non-finito” – unfinished! Three renowned artists create spatial scenarios at the Berlin gallery “aquabitArt” that explore the fragmentary.
Unfinished, fragmentary, a fragment, a remnant, a part of something whole. The complete only emerges in the eye of the beholder. As part of a project at the University for Media and Communication (HMKW), six students conceive an artistic exhibition. Together with two curators from the Berlin University of the Arts (UDK) and three renowned artists, a fragmentary interplay is created, which in all its diversity can be developed by the viewers into a new overall picture, a composition that can be constantly reconstructed.
The catalogue “Skulptur / Sculpture / Scultura” by Karin Sander – an artist, who has already exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) and the Guggenheim Museum, will be shown and reinterpreted. Karin Sander is assisted by the conceptual artists Elena Kaludova, who sculpturally stages the space with her works “Beautiful Nonsense” and “Speculative Evolution“, and Marc Pospiech, who expands his work with a live performance. The experimental overall picture of the exhibition has never taken place in this form before.