out now:

Martin Ebner, Kitty Kraus
Brochure, 84 pages, English/Lithuanian
CAC – Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

With contributions by Tenzing Barshee, Mihaela Chiriac, Haytham El-Wardany, Monika Kalinauskaitė, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Ariane Müller, Audrius Pocius & Nicholas Matranga

Alexander Wolff with Sonia Leimer, Mandla Reuter, Starship &
The painters have finished

Blanická 9
120 00 Praha 2
Czech Republic

12.11.-23.12., opening on Friday 11.11.16


Essai sur le don
Jahresgabenausstellung 2016
mit Arbeiten von
Martin Ebner, Karl-Heinz Eckert, Katja Eydel, Max Schmidtlein, Barbara Camilla Tucholski
04. Dezember – 31. Dezember 2016
Eröffnung am Sonnabend, 03. Dezember um 19 Uhr

KUNSTHALLE im E-Werk / Spieltordamm 5 / D-19055 Schwerin

Mi – So 15 – 18 Uhr

Starship 15 Release

Starship 15

Neues Heft / New Issue: Out now


Präsentation / Presentation Berlin:
5. 11. 2016
ab 19:00 up to 23:00

Between Bridges
Keithstrasse 15
10787 Berlin

Performance by Michell Volta

Kunst und Ambiente, Drinks und Amusement


Abonnements / Subscription:

Abonnements für 3 Hefte ab dem laufenden Heft kann man hier bestellen:

Subscription for three issues starting from the current issue you can order here

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Überblick / Overview:




Artists: Nadja Abt, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Mercedes Bunz, Lou Cantor, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jay Chung, Hans-Christian Dany, Helmut Draxler, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Jana Euler, Julian Göthe, Toni Hildebrandt, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Stephan Janitzky, Jakob Kolding, Robert McKenzie, Maria Loboda, Nick Mauss, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Eileen Myles, Gunter Reski, Mandla Reuter, Cameron Rowland, Julia Scher, Mark von Schlegell, Eva Seufert, Diamond Stingily, Wolfgang Tillmans, Vera Tollmann, Haytham El-Wardany, Nicole Wermers, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster, Florian Zeyfang

Editors: Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, Henrik Olesen
New Editor: Gerry Bibby
Starship Nº 15 is published by Starship e.V.

Layout concept: Starship and Dan Solbach
Graphic Design: Philip Reinartz
Cover: based on a video still of the performance On Rotation by Gerry Bibby
at Istituto Svizzero di Roma, May 2016
Cover Image: Gina Folly
Centerfold: Amelie von Wulffen
Backcover: Martin Ebner

128 pages, color
Single copy: EUR 8, abroad EUR 10, USD 12
ISSN: 1619-2052



Look out for




Street posters


On Thursday, 13th October, the exhibition “Martin Ebner, Kitty Kraus” at CAC – Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, was supplemented by posters placed throughout the city of Vilnius, wherein the public spaces around the commercial displays are being transformed and distorted. These posters are a part of an upcoming publication, following the exhibition, which will include documentation of the exhibition, alongside images of urban spaces in Vilnius, artist collages and texts by Tenzing Barshee, Michaela Chiriak, Haytham El-Wardany, Monika Kalinauskaitė, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Nicholas Matranga and Ariane Müller.

The publication can be booked in advance by finding all 8 of the posters throughout Vilnius, making photographs of them and sending via email

The posters can be found until 25th October.

The curators of the exhibitions would like to express their gratitude to partners of this project, “JCDecaux Lietuva” for the provided support.

Photos: Julijus Balčikonis





Judith Hopf, in collaboration with Martin Ebner: Up
Video, stereo, 1  min 59 sec, 2016
Camera: Florian Zeyfang
Driver: Judith Hopf


Judith Hopf

Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea
Piazza Piero Siena 1
39100 Bolzano, Italia

Opening 30/09/2016, 7 pm
01/10/2016 – 08/01/2017


Museion presents Judith Hopf’s first solo show in an Italian museum.

Hopf occupies a unique position within the globalized, hyper-connected art world. With her signature playful spirit, she sets about deconstructing certainties and undermining social parameters and conventions. Her ironic, self-deprecating works explore her awareness of her own limits and relish in the awkward and the clumsy. She revels in slapstick, and applies a deliberately amateurish aesthetic, basing her pieces on the simplest of materials.

The exhibition Up, which occupies the Passage area and the fourth floor of the museum, presents thirty works by the artist, including videos, sculptures and drawings, many of which have been produced for the show and forge a dialogue with the venue and its surrounding landscape. The relationship with the South Tyrol landscape can also be seen on the invitation for the exhibition, designed by the artist herself.
In the artist’s sculptures humour is deployed to subvert the language of modernity, and she often uses animals as a sort of symbolic and conceptual medium to convey human practices. In this sense the flock of concrete sheep with funny faces sketched on with charcoal pokes fun at the conventions of minimalist sculpture, its serial nature and intentional absence of associations and content, but also lampoons the behaviour of visitors to contemporary art exhibitions.
Hopf’s latest sculptures are in brick and allude to limitations of physical experience, in the form of a visual oxymoron or paradox: a foot, football and trolley bag so heavy and solid that their motion is frozen into place.

In the Museion show existing works mingle with new pieces created for the occasion. Bricks are not only used in sculptures, but also architectural modules that create the layout of the exhibition; these divide up the space and at the same time serve as supports for some of the works.

Born in Karlsruhe in 1969, the artist teaches figurative arts at the Frankfurter Städelschule and has exhibited in institutions including the PRAXES Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2014), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt (2013), Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (2012) and international events such as documenta 13, Kassel (2012) and the Liverpool Biennial (2014). Her works have been presented at numerous festivals, including the Berlin International Film Festival (the Berlinale), and the “Internationalen Kurzfilmtagen Oberhausen”.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue published by Mousse Publishing in three languages (It/Ger/Eng) with texts by Roberto Pinto and Letizia Ragaglia, and an interview with the artist by Sabeth Buchmann.

Starship 15

Starship 15
Oktober 2016
Starship Nº 15 is published by Starship e.V.
Editors: Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, Henrik Olesen
Layout concept: Starship and Dan Solbach
Graphic Design: Philip Reinartz
Cover: based on a video still of the performance On Rotation by Gerry Bibby
at Istituto Svizzero di Roma, May 2016
Backcover: Martin Ebner
Cover Image: Gina Folly
Centerfold: Amelie von Wulffen
Next issue: Early 2017
Single copy: EUR 8, abroad EUR 10, USD 12
ISSN: 1619-2052

Contributors to Starship Nº 15:
Nadja Abt, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Mercedes Bunz, Lou Cantor, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jay Chung, Hans-Christian Dany, Helmut Draxler, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Jana Euler, Julian Göthe, Toni Hildebrandt, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Stephan Janitzky, Jakob Kolding, Robert McKenzie,
Maria Loboda, Nick Mauss, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Eileen Myles, Gunter Reski, Mandla Reuter, Cameron Rowland, Julia Scher, Mark von Schlegell, Eva Seufert, Diamond Stingily, Wolfgang Tillmans, Vera Tollmann, Haytham El-Wardany, Nicole Wermers, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster, Florian Zeyfang


Martin Ebner, Kitty Kraus – CAC Vilnius


Martin Ebner, Kitty Kraus

Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius
Curators: Audrius Pocius and Nicholas Matranga

The Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius is proud to present an exhibition by Martin Ebner and Kitty Kraus, living and working in Berlin. Both artists, although exercising a peculiar and different artistic vocabulary throughout their practice, were invited to create an unfolding dialogue throughout the process of the exhibition. Martin Ebner, working primarily within the spheres of film and publishing, whereas Kitty Kraus is known for her sensibility to space, which manifests through her objects, light and glass installations. Together they set to explore not only the premises of CAC here in Vilnius, but also the social and cultural milieu surrounding it. The result might have been unexpected for both as common themes among the artists, such as direction, speed and transparency have surfaced.

In the North Hall, Kitty Kraus has installed a telescope directed at the Polar Star through a hole in the exterior wall, accompanied by a park bench with a small and bright spot of light falling on it, inviting the visitor to sit down. In the meanwhile, Ebner’s tall transparent metal roofs recast into architecture, like shadows of houses carrying monochrome images up in the air. The horizon of the walls of the exhibition hall is covered with colour paintings, depicting simple forms found in the urban: traces of objects and language. While the filmic moment of gradual and constant change of light and shadow is accentuated by a projected light door appearing slowly in space and disappearing again.

In the Atrium, the collaborative installation of a spinning water sprinkler jetting out a disk of 360 degrees geometrically cuts through the space, simultaneously destroying sight and making glass and water visible, unpredictable yet precise as a clock, and in its own distinct sound.

Thus, divulging a distant relation and pinpointing the self along an elaborate constellation of coordinates, the North Hall becomes an observation deck of the imaginary. The establishment of a fixed position functions as an apparatus to chart a bearing, referring to the movement of the earth and the individual, revealing the complex and fickle everyday relations among people and objects, encouraging to rethink what seems as clear without saying and what remains unnoticed while the star itself remains invisible.

Martin Ebner is an artist working in Berlin. His work for the past decade has focused film and video, while working with installation, sculpture and images. He is also a publisher and editor of Starship Magazine, together with Ariane Müller, Nikola Dietrich and Henrik Olesen. Other collaborations include artists Judith Hopf and Florian Zeyfang (Poor Man’s Expression). Ebner’s work has been exhibited and screened at public and private institutions including: Berlin International Film Festival – Berlinale; Kunstverein Hamburg; Kunsthaus Graz; Artist Space, New York; KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Salvador Allende Museum, Santiago; Extra City, Antwerp.

Kitty Kraus works in Berlin. Primarily working in sculpture, Kraus’ nuanced approach to object making, while having a familiarity to Minimalism, reflects a sense of transformation, fragility, and decay, that connects it to society’s current need for urgency. Her work has been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions, at institutions including: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Kunsthalle Zürich; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA; Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne; Hamburger Kusthalle, Hamburg; Marres – Centre for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht; The David Roberts Art Foundation, London; Sculpture Center, New York; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.

Together with: Tenzing Barshee, Mihaela Chiriac, Haytham El-Wardany, Monika Kalinauskaitė, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Ariane Müller

Exhibition sponsors: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuanian Council for Culture, JCDecaux Lithuania, UAB Vandens lašai

Exhibition partners : Vilnius Pataphysics Institute, Starship Magazine

Information partner: frieze

Thanks: Claudio Ramirez Castelli, Edgaras Gerasimovičius, Viltė Girdzijauskaitė, Simonas Gudelis, Žilvinas Landzbergas, Adriana Lara, Mykolas Leckas, Alejandro Olávarri, Domas Ramanauskas, Šarūnas Paškevičius, Tomas Pečiukonis, Žilvinas Žilinskas












The Artist Self-Publishers‘ Fair

10th September 2016 11 am till 7pm

Following on from the success of the inaugural Artist Self Publishers‘ Fair in 2015, this year ASP hosts over 70 UK and international independent artist self-publishers for a one-day fair.

This second edition continues to avoid the restrictions and market dominance of much of contemporary arts culture. The publications are still the artworks; affordable and available, and remain free from the fetters of the institution or gallery. The ideas, images and text are produced and published by artists who understand the restrictions and freedoms of the printed page. In addition to those selected for the fair, ten places will be allocated through open submission.

ASP seeks to celebrate and promote artist self-publishers and their work.


The Mall

ASP2 – The Sequel – Artists / Publications

Alex Pollard – Ami Clarke – Angel Rose – antoine lefebvre editions – Arnaud Desjardins
Baby Doc – Beast Press – Behind the X – Bronze Age Editions & Blotter Books – Buried
Bus – Cesura//Acceso – Clod – Coelacanth Journal – Control – Covered in Toner
Da Thirst – Dan Szor & Racheal Crowther – David Osbaldeston – Ed Lehan & Lena Tutunjian
Eleanor Vonne Brown – Emily Pickthall – Ethan Hayes-Chute – Florida
Fritz Welch – Gloria Glitzer – Good Press – Gregor Wright – GRRRR – Hannah Sawtell
Hard Mag – Hate Magazine – Ho Tam – Interactive Monster Unit – Inventory – Isobel Reddington
Jamie & Rickie McNeill – Jasmin Reif – Jean-Michel Wicker – Jihoon – Laugh Magazine
Laura Yuile – LONDON – Luke Dowd – Mark Aerial Waller – Mark Pawson
Markus Vater – Melanie Coles – Michalis Pichler – Museums Press – The Nervemeter – OCR
Overview Magazine – Owen Piper – Paranoia – Pound Shop – Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards
Richard Roberts – Sara MacKillop – Schizm – Scott King – Simon Popper – Skindeep
Starship – Stuart Bannocks – Tamsin Clark & Richard Bevan – Tom Pounder
Verdrusz Books – Waldemar Pranckiewicz – William Cobbing – ztscrpt

International Table / Richard Parry
And throughout the day DJ Black Eggs the Rebel will provide the best in background music


Living Archive – London


Living Archive
Archive Work as a Contemporary Artistic and Curatorial Practice

Goethe-Institut, London
Fri, 09.09.2016

50 Princes Gate
Exhibition Road
London SW7 2PH

We present one of the most innovative film and video archive projects of recent years in an evening of screenings and discussions.

50 years after its foundation, the Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art now boasts a film collection of over 8,000 titles. It reflects half a century of non-mainstream international film art and the living history of a Berlin institution whose structure is unique in the world. Since the beginning of 2011, large parts of the Arsenal’s work in Germany and abroad have been executed under the label Living Archive, following the strong conviction that an archive can only be significant if it refers to the practices of the present. In April 2016, the Arsenal celebrated the next stage in the project when it opened a new archive space at the silent green Kulturquartier in the Berlin district of Wedding, where analogue and digital films can be watched and analysed under professional supervision. The viewing spaces, which are surrounded by production, event, exhibition and seminar rooms, strengthen the idea of a living archive which derives new energies from international (knowledge) production and reception.

As a first step in bringing its collection to life, the Arsenal entered its holdings into an online database, which, in 2011, made it possible to invite 38 curators, artists, filmmakers and academics, as well as four additional participants from India, South Africa, Jordan and Brazil funded by local Goethe-Institutes to access and enter into a dialogue with the works in the archive. This engagement resulted in the presentation of around 300 films in screenings, discussion events and performances as well as an exhibition in 2013 under the heading Living Archive – Archive Work as a Contemporary Artistic and Curatorial Practice. The various different approaches and perspectives were brought together in a comprehensive catalogue containing texts from all project participants.

To give a taste of this ambitious project, we will present a programme of films either selected from or produced in response to works from the Arsenal’s collection by individual project participants, including the actor Susanne Sachsse, artists and curators Martin Ebner and Florian Zeyfang, as well as students taking part in artist Hito Steyerl’s lensbased class at the University of the Arts (UdK) in Berlin.

The screening will be followed by a discussion about the challenges and possibilities of the Living Archive approach with Stefanie Schulte Strathaus, co-director of Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art and curator of Living Archive – Archive Work as a Contemporary Artistic and Curatorial Practice, artists Florian Zeyfang and Martin Ebner, Maria Palacios Cruz, Deputy Director LUX, and moderated by Erika Balsom, Lecturer in Film Studies and in Liberal Arts, King’s College London.

Film Programme
Loop: Splicefilm, Florian Zeyfang, Germany 2013
The Evil Faerie, Fluxfilm (Film 25), George Landow, USA 1966, 1 mins
La verifica incerta, Alberto Grifi, Gianfranco Baruchello, Italy 1965, 31 mins
Weissfilm, Birgit and Wilhelm Hein, West Germany 1977, 5 mins
Now!, Santiago Álvarez, Cuba 1965, 5 mins
Sailboat, Joyce Wieland, Canada 1968, 3 mins
Serious Ladies, Susanne Sachsse, Germany 2012, 21 mins
Running Time 66 mins (without Splicefilm)

Presented as part of the 4th German Screen Studies Network Annual Symposium – A Festival of Ideas, Exploring German Cinema’s Living Pasts, Moving Present, Thursday, 8 September – Saturday, 10 September 2016.

SFSIA Berlin


Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art

SFSIA Berlin
July 4-29, 2016
Art and the Politics of Individuation:
Affect and the Multiple Body in Cognitive Capitalism

Venue: Import Projects, Keithstraße 10, 10787 Berlin, Germany


Faculty & visiting lecturers: Marie-Luise Angerer, Julieta Aranda, Archive Kabinett, Artsy, Armen Avanessian, Elena Bajo, Franco “Bifo” Berardi, Michael Birchall, Nicolas Bourriaud, Peter Brugger, Federico Campagna, Juli Carson, Mathieu Copeland, Jeremiah Day, Joshua Decter, Oriol Fontdevila, Frieze Magazine, Johannes Göransson, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Helen Hester, Catherine Hug, Yuk Hui, Anelis Kaiser, Sharon Kivland, Scott Lash, Isabell Lorey, Geert Lovink, Raimundas Malasauskas, Joyelle McSweeney, OnCurating, Matteo Pasquinelli, Mai-Thu Perret, Susan Philipsz, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Susanne Prinz, Nadim Samman, Tomas Saraceno, Aaron Schuster, Spike Magazine, Starship Magazine, Hito Steyerl, Jennifer Teets, Marion von Osten, Bruce Wexler, Michaela Wünsch, Octavio Zaya, and more

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subject and viewer moving independently



in one’s own time
an exhibition proposed by Constantin Thun

Adelyhd van Bender, André Cadere, I.N. Cape, Rob Chavasse, Leidy Churchman, Cosimo Fanzago, Heike-Karin Föll, Sofia Ginevra Gianni, Jack Goldstein, Delia Gonzalez, Isabel Lewis, Maria Loboda, Matmos, Shahryar Nashat, Walter Pichler, Augustas Serapinas, Hannah Weinberger, Richard Wentworth, Holger Wüst and Cerith Wyn Evans

10 – 17 July 2016
San Giuseppe delle Scalze, Salita Pontecorvo, Napoli 80135, Italy
Opening: Sunday, 10 July, 6 – 8:30pm

The week is accompanied by screenings selected by Martin Ebner, a guided tour of Sanità’s architecture by Fabrizio Ballabio, readings of Sandro Penna’s short stories, and a portable library by Beck Books.




Subject and viewer moving independently.
Experimental film and video works from 1967-1987, selected by Martin Ebner


Intro (audio):    Pauline Oliveros, Big Mother is Watching You, 1966, 34 min.


Part 1        1967-1972        33 min

Joyce Wieland, Sailboat, 1967, 2.51 min., color, audio

Joyce Wieland, Handtinting, 1967-68, 6 min., color, silent

Hollis Frampton, Surface Tension, 1968, 9 min., color, audio

Józef Robakowski, Test 1, 1971, 5.44 min., b/w, audio

Malcolm Le Grice, Threshold, 1972, 13.22 min., color, audio


Part 2        1980-1987        51 min.

Dara Birnbaum, Remy/Grand Central: Trains and Boats and Planes
1980, 4.18 min, color, audio


Robert Ashley, Perfect Lives, a Television Opera (excerpt):

Part 7/7: The Backyard (T’Be Continued)
1983, 24.45 min., color, audio


Dara Birnbaum, Damnation of Faust Trilogy:

Dara Birnbaum, Damnation of Faust: Evocation
1983, 10.02 min., color, audio

Dara Birnbaum, Damnation of Faust: Will-o’-the-Wisp (A Deceitful Goal)
1985, 5.46 min., color, audio

Dara Birnbaum, Damnation of Faust: Charming Landscape
1987, 6.30 min., color, audio








Kalte Gesellschaft #2



Martin Ebner & Florian Zeyfang, Super-ego baby, mirror installation, 2016


Kalte Gesellschaft #2
Galerie der Stadt Schwaz


mit Magnus Andersen, Martin Ebner/Florian Zeyfang,
Harun Farocki, Julian Göthe, Judith Hopf, Anna Herms, Annette Kelm,
Jonathan Penca, Ida Persson

kuratiert von Judith Hopf


Eröffnung der Ausstellung
Freitag, 24. Juni 2016, 19.00 Uhr

Iris Mailer-Schrey, Kulturreferentin der Stadt Schwaz

Zur Ausstellung
Cosima Rainer, Leitung Galerie der Stadt Schwaz

Sommerfest der Galerie

Programm für Kinder
Freitag, 1. Juli und 27. Juli 2016, 15.00 -17.00 Uhr

25. 06. – 13. 08. 2016

Galerie der Stadt Schwaz
Palais Enzenberg | Franz-Josef-Straße 27/1 | A-6130 Schwaz
Öffnungszeiten | Opening hours: Mi-Fr 10-18 Uhr | Wed – Fri 10 am – 6 pm | Sa 10-15 Uhr | Sat 10 am – 3 pm



(photos: WEST.Fotostudio)


Fade In: A Tracking Shot


Fade In: A Tracking Shot

The Istituto Svizzero di Roma invited Zurich-based artist-run space Taylor Macklin to draft a program for the months of April and May 2016. The proposal encompasses intertwined activities at the Institute in Rome and our exhibition space in Zurich Schwamendingen, which we share with Plymouth Rock.

Circumstantially, both sites were used for car maintenance in the past. The Dipendenza building – formerly the service building and the car park of the villa Maraini – now houses offices, workshops, apartments, and an exhibition space. It is used by the fine-arts sector of the ISR, residents and guests. The Werkerei Schwamendingen on the outskirts of Zurich – where Taylor Macklin is currently based – was formerly used for customization by car importer and dealer Amag. It is now the home of a multitude of small to mid-scale businesses, start-ups. and a couple of artist’s studios. Since the repurposing of the industrial complex never gained momentum, the building is now essentially awaiting its destruction.

During Fade In: A Tracking Shot, the part of our program staged in Rome, the ISR’s main gallery remains closed, and the focus will be shifted to rooms and facilities, usually reserved for private use. By engaging and inhabiting the working and the living spaces of the building, we seek to speculate on the context-defining architecture and weave narratives and threads into its framework and through the duration of our program. Meanwhile, in Zurich, the mutual activities of Plymouth Rock and Taylor Macklin complement our expansive and elliptical activities and offer a subtext to the meandering conversations between us, the invited artists, and the ISR – Fade Out: Someone, in the silence, is moving.

Taylor Macklin at
Istituto Svizzero di Roma
Via Liguria 20
00187 Rome, Italy


May 6, 2016:

Starship No. 14: A Plastic Island of the Mind
Exhibition: Gerry Bibby, Anders Clausen, Morgan Fisher, Karl Holmqvist, Ariane Müller & Martin Ebner, Kirsten Pieroth, Mandla Reuter, Nora Schultz
Reading: Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller

P̧͞O͠҉̷O̶͜L͘͞ /͘͜͝/̨/͘͡b͜ą̕r̴͝

Concert by UOM at 8pm

Studio for Propositional Cinema:



Photos by Gina Folly

Lunar Rambles


Lunar Rambles

Lili Dujourie, Terry Fox, Joan Jonas, Steina, Marie André, and Francis Alÿs.
Video Screening, selected by Martin Ebner

This program of 2 x 45 minutes will bring together video works mostly of the 1970s and 80s, with a special attention to certain aspects of silence and musicality, the passing of time and a sensibility of space, movement and self reflection.
April 29, 2016,  19.30h

Galerie Bernhard
Hardstrasse 5
Zürich 8004

Many thanks to
Electronic Arts Intermix, NYC
Argos, Centrum voor Kunst en Media, Brussels
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich
Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin

Halle für
Kunst & Medien

Burgring 2
8010 Graz, Austria

During the exhibition Sighs Trapped by Liars – Language in Art, a fair for independent art fanzines called #Riafeniz will take place, introducing less-accessible experimental formats for publishing and distribution.

with Anita Di Bianco, ausreißer, BLACK PAGES, BLEK, Camera Austria, DER KONTERFEI, Eva & Co, FRANZ THE LONELY AUSTRIONAUT, Grazer Kunstverein, Lady Liberty Press, LICHTUNGEN, Mark Pezinger Verlag, Michalis Pichler, monochrom, mono.kultur, muss sterben, nowiswere, Occulto Magazine, Panel, Paper News, PAZMAKER, perspektive, saxpublishers, Side Room, Starship, Sterz, Tortuga, TRAUMAWIEN, Westphalie, Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., ztscrpt, 2G12b

During #Riafeniz, presentations take place every hour at the foyer.

Starship 14 – A Plastic Island of the Mind

Starship 14
A Plastic Island of the Mind

Starship 14 will be ready from the printers on Friday, March 4th. On Sunday March 6th it will be released in Berlin, on Monday March 7th it will be available in the bookstores.

Starship 14 is 144 pages of original artists‘ contributions, texts, columns, and reviews,
including an insert conceived by Nikola Dietrich which is called „Plastic Island“, revolving around dystopic and realistic conceptions of the future.

Starship is an art magazine published in Berlin since 1998.
It is conceived for the last 100 years of mankind. Its last issue is to be expected in 2098.

This is the third of the magazine, now published twice a year with new editors:
Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, and Henrik Olesen.

Graphic design: Dan Solbach, and Philip Reinartz
Cover: Julian Göthe

Starship is published in German and English.
Starship is the magazine of the Starship publishing house.

144 pages, colour
8 € / 10 US $
ISSN: 1619-2052
in art-bookstores, by order or by subscription


Artists and Authors of this issue:

Tenzing Barshee, John Beeson, Bernadette Corporation, Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Mercedes Bunz, Lou Cantor, Mihaela Chiriac, Jay Chung, Anders Clausen, Friederike Clever, Hans-Christian Dany, Jimmy DeSana, Nikola Dietrich, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Heike-Karin Föll, Wolfgang Gantner, Julian Göthe, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Helena Huneke, Yuki Kimura, Jakob Kolding, Chris Kraus, Nicolas Linnert, Thomas Locher, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Henrik Olesen, Kirsten Pieroth, Michael Pfrommer, Eileen Quinlan, Daniel Reuter, Nina Rhode, Cameron Rowland, Mark von Schlegell, Heji Shin, Valerie Stahl von Stromberg, Ed Steck, Cheyney Thompson, Vera Tollmann, Taocheng Wang, Haytham El-Wardany, Amelie von Wulffen, Stephanie Wurster, Mark van Yetter, Florian Zeyfang

Das neue Starship 14 kommt am Freitag, den 4. März, aus der Druckerei. Am Sonntag, 6. März, ist die Release Party in Berlin, und am Montag 7. März ist es in den Buchhandlungen.

Starship 14 besteht aus 144 Seiten für das Heft entworfenen Kunstbeiträgen, Texten, Kolumnen und Besprechungen, inklusive einem von Nikola Dietrich entworfenem Insert mit dem Titel „Plastic Island“ zum Thema dystopischer und realistischer Zukunftsentwürfe.

Starship ist eine Kunstzeitschrift, die seit 1998 in Berlin herausgegeben wird. Seine geplante Erscheinungsdauer ist 100 Jahre, das letzte Heft ist für 2098 konzipiert. Heft No. 14 ist das dritte Heft der nunmehr halbjährlich erscheinenden Publikation mit den HerausgeberInnen Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller und Henrik Olesen.

Graphic design: Dan Solbach, und Philip Reinartz
Cover: Julian Göthe

Starship erscheint in Deutsch und Englisch.
Starship wird vom Starship Verlag herausgegben.

144 Seiten, Farbe
8 € / 10 US $
ISSN: 1619-2052
in Kunstbuchhandlungen, per Bestellung oder per Abonnement