Jaana Kokko shows work in progress Social Sketches (Haven). The experimental documentary studies spaces as embodied politics. It is filmed in Tallinn, Estonia in 2013-2014.
Friday, April 18, 2014, 7pm Opening Night
Friday, April 25, 2014, 6pm Kolonie Wedding Gallery Weekend
- Artist Talk and film screening, 6.30pm
- The Reading Circle? Introduction to what is political, Jaana Kokko: 2010, 32 min.
Sunday April, 27, 6-8pm The Feminist Tea Party
Präsentation trafficjam#3 Berlin, Samstag, 29. März 2014, 20:00, Kulturcafe, Türrschmidtstr. 24, Lichtenberg, 10317 Berlin
In den Lichtenberg Studios sind im März 2014 Videokünstler und Filmemacher aus Serbien, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bulgarien und den USA zu Gast und arbeiten an Interventionen im öffentlichen Raum.
Nach São Paulo (2010) und Taipeh (2012) ist dies die dritte Zusammenkunft des Residency-Projekts trafficjam.
Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) Volume 4 – porn & politics
The ECVP [Exquisite Corpse Video Project] is a video collaboration project inspired by the Surrealist creation method, the “Exquisite Corpse”. The project is coordinated by the Brazilian artist Kika Nicolela and currently has over 80 participating artists from various countries.
20.03 (Thursday) Opening
22.03 (Saturday) Talk: “Artist in Residence, Emma Campbell will give a talk on her current research, where photography, feminist activism and research collide.”
29.03 (Saturday) Film Presentation: Sarah Diehl: Abortion Democracy
(The film is in English with German subtitles)
30.03 (Sunday) Finissage
TRAFFICJAM is a project-based collective that unites international artists in an urban environment. TRAFFICJAM #3 is the third edition of the project that intends to migrate internationally collecting experiences for new work. It provides a platform for a diverse cultural collaboration across artistic disciplines encouraging exchanges between International and German professional artists.
Through an intense period of residency, living and working together, each artist will create a video in response to the host city. The final works will reflect personal perspectives on a wide range of social, cultural and political issues that the artists have encountered while staying in Lichtenberg Artist Residency and Lichtenberg district. Read More →