2017 the new coffin for the Chernobyl power plant, destroyed in 1986, will be finished. This shall guarantee 100 years of security from leaking radio activity.
The exhibition Die nächsten 100 Jahre? (engl.: The next 100 years?) deals with the question how we want to transport our knowledge from past catastrophies into the future. Does technology alone be sufficient or is it necessary to work on a history that projects into the future and should Art take over this?
We try to follow up these questions with a series of events. tête becomes an experimental field for discusisons.
>> September 13, 2017 (opening)
8pm: Malika Ziouech, Das geheime Leben der Bäume (engl.: The secrete Life of Trees) by Peter Wohlleben | reading in german
9:30pm: Lisa Stertz, Flutun |d| fall | Performance
>> September 14, 2017, 6pm:
Thorsten Trimpop, Furusato, documetary film, 2016 | film, afterwards discussion
>> September 16, 2017, 8pm:
Lecture Performance by Copa&Sordes, Chernobyl Rose Hedge or the necessity of a atomic cult | Performance, in german
>> September 26, 2017, 10pm: Lisa Stertz, Flutun |d| fall | Performance
>> September 27, 2017, 7pm:
Alina Bronsky, Baba Dunjas letzte Liebe (engl.: Baba Dunjas last Love) | reading in german, afterwards discussion with the author