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  • Minjung Kang: eifersüßtig, 2010. Courtesy: the artist. Video still
  • Markus Alexander Oldenburg: Das perfekte Dinner, 2011. Courtesy: the artist. Video still
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Frei.Zeit
wir tanzen gak

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02.10–09.10.2011

In the context of the series Frei.Zeit, initiated at irregular intervals by the GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, students of the Hochschule für Künste Bremen present their work in the one-week exhibition “wir tanzen gak”. The participants were invited by the university professors Andree Korpys/Markus Löffler and Achim Bitter/Uschi Huber. “wir tanzen gak” is supplemented by evening events beyond the classical format of the exhibition. The contributions presented range from object and photography to video and cooperative projects, performance and concert, and provide insights into the individual approaches of their producers.

“wir tanzen gak” does not revolve around a theme specially issued to the students. Rather, it is intended to test the challenge of finding the balance necessary for a successful group exhibition between an adequate presentation of the individual work and the merging of the individual contributions into a functioning whole. As the title already suggests, it is also about a form of animation that can entail leaving the usual exhibition formats and programs for an art institution: The students dance gak – an unknown, strangely unrestrained sounding dance.

Series Frei.Zeit: In the chronological sequence of an exhibition house, there is the moment between exhibitions when the previous presentation has been removed but the following one has not yet been set up. An in-between moment in which the rooms of the institution show themselves in their purest form. This time holds the possibility for events that develop a language independent of the institution’s programme. In order to create a platform for such events, the GAK makes its rooms available in the series Frei.Zeit on the first weekend after the end of the exhibition until the beginning of the next exhibition.

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02.10–09.10.2011

aera of elo ero
Franziska Ahorn
Hinrich Brockmöller
Minjung Kang
Danuta Kurz (in collaboration with Branka Colic, dilettantin produktionsbüro, Birte Endrejat, Christiane Fichtner, Steinacker&Willand und Doris Weinberger)
Julian Öffler
Markus Alexander Oldenburg
Zahra Onsori
Tim Reinecke
Sebastian Reuschel
Michael Schmid
Z. Schmidt

Curated by
Andree Korpys/Markus Löffler, Achim Bitter/Uschi Huber

Events

Sat 01.10.11
7.30 pm: Opening
8 pm: Hinrich Brockmöller: Waldeshütt, 2011
Performance

So 02.10.11, 3 – 6 pm
Invited by Danuta Kurz:
dilettantin produktionsbüro: here’s to you and me, 2011
Socio-cultural intervention

Tue 04.10.11, 11 am – 6 pm
Invited by Danuta Kurz
Steinacker&Willand: axis mundi, 2009
Readymade

Wed 05.10.11
11 am – 6 pm: Invited by Danuta Kurz
Birte Endrejat: Raum für einen Tag, 2011
19.30: Tour with Achim Bitter, Markus Löffler, Janneke de Vries and participating artists

Thu 06.10.11, 7.30 pm
aera of elo ero
Live tattooing, sound art and performative miscellaneous

Fri 07.10.11, 11 am – 6 pm
Invited by Danuta Kurz
Christiane Fichtner: Das Praktische ist das Wesentliche, 2011
Interaction

Sat 08.10.11, 7.30 pm
Invited by Danuta Kurz
Branka Colic: Circumstances – circus umstand, 2011
Performance

So 09.10.11
3 pm: Finissage
3.30 pm: Invited by Danuta Kur
Doris Weinberger, Janneke de Vries and Danuta Kurz:
Der Künstler – ein Pausenclown?
Interview

Support

The Senator for Culture, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen

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