Felix Riemann

Home to the half rendered. Denying the Inflammability of the Twigs Found in the Copse… at 3236RLS

10 October 2017

The Denying the Inflammability of the Twigs Found in the Copse this Morning group exhibition is on at London’s 3236RLS, opening October 13 and running to October 22. 

Organised by Felix Riemann, the installation and screenings will include video works by Luzie Meyer, Nikhil Vettukattil, Shaun Motsi and Cornelia Herfurtner. The opening night will feature live sound by Patchfinder, and DJ sets by Calder Gillie, Matilda Tjäder and Zoe Williams.

The press release leaves little to be revealed, but instead includes an open-ended narrative that takes place “in a courtyard, on a mythical stage, understandable home-zone, home to the half rendered.” 

Visit the 3236RLS website for details.**

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Transart Triennale 2016, Aug 5 – 7

5 August 2016

Transart Triennale 2016 is happening at Berlin’s Uferstudios, running August 5 to August 7.

The free event and three-day programme, founded and run by artists, features exhibitions, performances, publications, screenings, workshops and seminars —as well as one-day symposium —responds to the increasingly nomadic nature of artists and artistic practice, questioning “how we live together in a global community”.

The project began in Vienna in 2003, then carried on to Los Angeles and is now in Berlin, where the theme this year is ‘The Imperceptible Self’, it will be documented in texts and contributions to be published in the third edition of ELSE – The Journal of International Art, Literature, Theory and Creative Media.

Events to look out for include:

A conversation about how “we live, work and think in the space between the no longer and the not yet” called Encounters, with Julieta Aranda and Elise Lammer, on August 5.

The Processed Beings: Intersubjectivity and Authorship group exhibition, curated by Lou Cantor and William Kherbek and running from August 5 to 6. It features the likes of Martin Kohout, Alex Turgeon and Anna Uddenberg, and includes an associated reading with Sarah M. Harrison, Felix Riemann and Tess Edmondson, plus more, on August 6.

Public readings and discussions for research and exhibition space, Halcyon, with Mehreen Murtaza among the participants, on August 5, 6 and 7.

The ‘HOW 2 DO: being other, being real‘ video screening featuring works selected by curator Gaby Cepeda and featuring work by Hannah Black among them on August 5, 6 and 7.

See the Transart Triennale website for the full programme.**

Anna Uddenberg, ‘Transit Mode - Abenteuer’ (2014–16) @ 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.. Installation view. Photo by Timo Ohler. Courtesy the artist + Sandy Brown, Berlin.
Anna Uddenberg, ‘Transit Mode – Abenteuer’ (2014–16) @ 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.. Installation view. Photo by Timo Ohler. Courtesy the artist + Sandy Brown, Berlin.

 Header image: Processed Beings: Intersubjectivity and Authorship (2016) @ Transart Triennale, Berlin.

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Unveiling (you embrace me, as I am) @ Jupiter Woods, Jun 18 – 19

16 June 2016

The Unveiling (you embrace me, as I am) group event is on at London’s Jupiter Woods, running June 18 to 19.

Featuring texts and on-site interventions by Sarah Boulton, Rebecca JagoeHanne Lippard, Lisa Radon, and Felix Riemann, the event launches the space’s new publishing programme contemplating writing, research and text-led collaborative projects.

Unveiling opens with an arrangement of texts published online on June 16, followed by a weekend of sporadic interventions and intermittent ‘events’, which will unfold as “points of concentration” exploring how artistic space becomes visible or withdrawn within the space of language.

Artists have been selected based on their relationship to the “intersection of writing and objects” and the event not only launches Jupiter Woods’ new publishing practice but a new programme of performance-based residencies, exhibitions and happenings “carefully fluctuating between the public and private, displayed and withdrawn”..

See the Jupiter Woods website for details.**

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some kinda poetry @ HORSEANDPONY, Jan 20

20 January 2016

Berlin’s HORSEANDPONY is hosting some kinda poetry, an evening of poetic presentations on January 20.

Limited details are given on the event page but the idea of a series of individual “poetic presentations” sits interestingly in a context between poetry readings and solo shows.

Artists presenting are Tiffin BreenAlberto García del Castillo, poet Ricardo Domeneck,artist and writer Olivia Dunbar, Erika Landström, Felix Riemann and Berlin-based artist and editor Alex Turgeon. 

Artist-run space HORSEANDPONY was founded in 2014 by Carrick Bell and Michael Rocco Ruglio-Misurell.

See the FB Event page for (limited) details**

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