April 2017
01.04.2017 -
06.05.2017
2017 / 201704 / 201705 / Ausstellung
Uriel Orlow personal exhibition
Geraniums Are Never Red

Uriel Orlow
 
30.04.2017
2017 / 201704 / Vortrag
Guest lecture of the Postgraduate Programme in Curating CAS/ MAS ZHdK
Joshua Simon: The Great Soviet Encyclopedia: Communism and The Dividual

Joshua Simon
 

Mai 2017
09.05.2017
2017 / 201705 / Buchvernissage
Buchvernissage
Christoph Kappeler: Josef Maria Schröder


 
13.05.2017 -
10.06.2017
2017 / 201705 / Ausstellung
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Abel Auer, Lisa Biedlingmaier, June Crespo, Ulrika Jäger, Bernadette Wolbring
 

Friday, 21.12.2012 -
Wednesday, 26.12.2012

 

Ausstellung / Buchvernissage / Kino
Tsunami Architecture
Christoph Draeger, Heidrun Holzfeind
 


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To celebrate the End of the World, Corner College is pleased to announce the book launch of Tsunami Architecture, a new book by Heidrun Holzfeind and Christoph Draeger. At this occasion, the 60-minute documentary "Tsunami Architecture" will be shown at 7PM, followed by a Q+A session and drinks.
The 280-pages book is the final result of a longterm research project, which was presented as an multi-media exhibition at the OK Centrum for Contemporary Art (which commissioned the project) in Linz, Austria in early 2012.


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The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami was one of the worst natural catastrophes in history. While international attention has faded, post-tsunami challenges continue to have an impact on affected communities. Six years later and just weeks before Fukushima, Christoph Draeger and Heidrun Holzfeind looked at what has been achieved, what went wrong and what challenges remain. On a three month trip from December 2010 to February 2011 to the five countries most affected – Thailand, Aceh/Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives and India – the artists investigated the current state of architecture built or reconstructed in the aftermath of the Tsunami. Using video and photography, they documented the long-term effects of the disaster through conversations with survivors, eyewitnesses, aid workers and rescue personnel. They also established a collection of footage of the disaster and the reconstruction efforts.

Additionally, Corner College will be exhibiting two related slide projections in the windows. The site-specific installations will be running over Christmas time including December 26, the 8th anniversary of the Indian Ocean Boxing Day tsunami.

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Schedule Friday, 21st December

7pm Opening

7:30pm Film Screening Tsunami Architecture
Video, HDV, 60 min, 2012

8:30pm Drinks and Food

Later DJ Strawberry Soda Pop
http://www.eastvillageradio.com/shows/theholyshitsoundsystem

Come and clebrate the End of the World with us!

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Exhibition:

22. - 26. December

Slide and film projections

Always Nighttimes
Always Outside




Posted by Stefan Wagner