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  • Interludium I, installation view, GAK Bremen 2016, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Sebastian Reuschel: SOLD OUT, 2013, Courtesy the artist
  • Claudia Kapp: Meanwhile, 2006/2016, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Matthias Ruthenberg: a hard rain's a-gonna fall I + II, 2012, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Christian Haake: My Favorite Things, 2016, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Interludium I, installation view, GAK Bremen 2016, Foto: Photo Hübel
  • Janis E. Müller: The Winner Takes It All, 2016, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Matthias Ruthenberg: o.t. / partitur, 2013, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Irene Strese: shake yer tiz (Detail), 2016, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • Tim Reinecke: alkopop, 2011, Courtesy the artist, video still
  • SEX: No Sad Beat; Twisted; Please Love Me, I’m Stereo; Vinícius, Courtesy the artists, Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • SEX: No Sad Beat; Twisted; Please Love Me, I’m Stereo; Vinícius, Courtesy the artists, Photo: Tobias Hübel

Interludium I

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05.03–10.04.2016

Interludium is a new exhibition series of the GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst. Starting this year, Interludium will be an annual occasion for Bremen artists to present their work between the GAK’s international projects. 

“Interludium” is a musical term that describes the interlude between opera acts or stanzas in a song, structurally separate and linking together various parts of a composition. Such is the idea behind the Interludium series, a sort of interlude within the GAK’s annual exhibition schedule, forging a connection between Bremen artistic production and international positions.

The start of the series, Interludium I, explores the musical implications of the exhibition title and assembles works by Bremen artists containing references to music. The objects, drawings, installations and video works on display oscillate between the presence and absence of sound or rhythm, play with elements of musical notation, use a song title as starting point or explore the performing nature and physicality of music. 

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05.03–10.04.2016

Christian Haake
Claudia Kapp
Janis E. Müller
Tim Reinecke
Sebastian Reuschel
Matthias Ruthenberg
SEX
Irene Strese

Curated by Svea Kellner

Events

Fri 04.03.16, 7 pm
Opening

Thu 17.03.16, 7 pm
Felix Lübkemann, Janis E. Müller, Matthias Ruthenberg: KAKA
Experiment between action, language and music

Mon 21.03.16, 11.30 am – 3 pm
Colour. tones
Workshop for children

Thu 31.03.16, 7 pm
SEX: SEX PLAYS MONK

Thu 07.04.16, 7 pm
Guided tour with Svea Kellner

Support 

Deutsche Factoring Bank, Senator for Culture, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen

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