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       gästeliste +1

       

       an exhibition on the occasion of ctm.06 - festival for adventurous music and related visual arts.
       with photographic works by martin eberle, remco schuurbiers and marco microbi.
       automatic documentary robot by niklas roy.

       martin eberle

       
       peaches, 2004, 104 x 133cm | after show | galerie berlintokyo außen, 1997, 110 x 90cm | temporary spaces

       
       armin von milch, 2004, 132cm x 169cm | after show | annika, 2004, 118 x 151cm | after show

       opening: january 26, 2006, 7pm
       exhibition: january 27 - february 11, 2006
       january 27 & 28: 4pm - 7pm, february 2 - 11: 2pm - 7pm

       remco schuurbiers

       
       no title part 1, 2004, 90 x 60cm | gästeliste +1 | no title part 2, 2004, 90 x 65cm | gästeliste +1

       
       no title, 2005, 90cm x 60cm | gästeliste +1 | no title, 2005, 90 x 60cm | gästeliste +1

                            

       Exhibition with works by Martin Eberle, Marco Microbi, Remco Schuurbiers and Niklas Roy

       For the 7th edition of the Festival, the project space General Public, in cooperation with
       DISK − Sound and Image Initiative, will present "Gästeliste + 1": photos of Berlin’s
       music scene by Martin Eberle, Marco Microbi and Remco Schuurbiers. The exhibition will be
       complemented by an archive−station where you can access audio−video documents of
       the last 6 editions of the CTM Festival. The mobile camera installation, Dokumat 500
       from Niklas Roy will randomly sample the exhibition space and some of the festival nights.

       Being on the guestlist − blagging it − supposedly guarantees access to a special, exclusive
       experience in clubland. It’s therefore a highly desirable symbol of distinction that endows
       the chosen few with insider kudos, even in a club scene whose door policies are not
       radically exclusionary. For the artists in this exhibition being on the guestlist is also
       a prerequisite for their artwork, particularly if it assures them entry into that
       holy−of−holies, the backstage. Eberle, Microbi and Schuurbiers’s work shows the hidden
       aspects of the Berlin club scene. Eberle photographs artists − animated, irritated or
       relaxed − just after their performance, or the venue itself, deserted once the guests have
       left. Marco Microbi focuses on the performers in action and their technical accoutrements.
       Remco Schuurbiers creates still−lifes of shortfalls, or the abandoned remnants and
       absurdities of clublife: left−over catering, someone asleep amongst a pile of empties,
       storage spaces crammed with everything that’s hastily stashed out of sight minutes before
       the doors open on a new event. Characteristic takes on the Berlin club landscape, for all
       three artists have been molded by the very scene they document. Niklas Roy, in contrast,
       offers a de−personalized look at clublife. The eye of his robotic camera installation,
       Dokumat 500, is a sensory device that tracks movement in its vicinity and produces chance
       shots automatically.

       www.generalpublic.de
       schönhauser allee 167c
       10435 berlin

                            

       marco microbi

       
       wasted 2, at maria, 2005, 60 x 90cm

       
       live set 101581, at maria, 2004, 60 x 90cm

       
       robert owens, at 12|34, 2003, 40 x 60cm

       
       goldie, at wmf, 2003, 60 x 90cm

       this exhibition is presented by disk - initiative for sound and image
       www.diskberlin.de

       niklas roy

       

       

       

       
       dokumat 500, 2005

       feel free to download the pdf-file (5,3 mb) about the exhibition.

       see more videostills taken by dokumat 500.

       see more photos from the exhibition.

       for more information mail to microbi@photophunk.com.


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