Exhibition

Unfinished Tales

17 May 2018 – 18 May 2018

Regular opening hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
11:45 – 18:15
Friday
11:45 – 18:15
Saturday
11:45 – 18:15
Sunday
11:45 – 18:15

Kreuzberg Pavillon

Berlin
Berlin, Germany

Address

Travel Information

  • Bus M29 Oranienplatz
  • Subway U1 - Kottbusser Tor

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Group exhibition 'Unfinished Tales' at Kreuzberg Pavillon with Ulrike Buck, Lukas Danys, Toke Flyvholm, Martin Maeller, Markus von Platen, Nomadic Flames, Daiva Tubutytė.

What an immortal jellyfish and a coral would talk about?

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Group exhibition 'Unfinished Tales' with Ulrike Buck, Lukas Danys, Toke Flyvholm, Martin Maeller, Markus von Platen, Nomadic Flames, Daiva Tubutytė.

Exhibition opening on May 17th at 7pm at Kreuzberg Pavillon and 10pm at Oranienplatz. On view May 18th at 4-8pm at Kreuzberg Pavillon.

Ghosts of the present perfect haunt the seas, where the immortal jellyfish and the bleaching corals foster an uncanny kinship. Retroactive creatures find their solace in the time-unconsciousness, on a slow journey to defy the linear temporality and survive the mortal path. Counting on the right moment to return to the present, the cycles open up another cycles in change of the skin, using and consuming the intangible remnants; what is still embedded in their body memory?

What an immortal jellyfish and a coral would talk about?

'Unfinished Tales' is the second half of the two-part-exhibition-venture at semi-public spaces, set in Copenhagen (May 4th, group exhibition 'Paranormal', set at an ex-gas station) and Berlin (May 17th, 'Unfinished Tales'). The exhibitions lean on time to be embodied, on the experiential to be spatialized, a space to be untold. It unravels slowly in the context of a year-long event cycle Embodied Space conducted by Kabinetas. Now operating from Berlin, this nomadic project space implements experimental collaborations to enter the realms of spatiality, collectivity, performativity, ambiguity. Usually acting in the footnotes and staying off the beaten paths with some risky deception in mind, Kabinetas now acts as a space in space gladly without one to call its own.

The exhibitions are organized by curator Vaida Stepanovaitė (Kabinetas) & artist Lukas Danys. Partly supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture.

Curators

Vaida Stepanovaitė

Exhibiting artists

Markus von Platen

Martin Maeller

Daiva Tubutytė

Toke Flyvholm

Nomadic Flames

Ulrike Buck

Lukas Danys

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