drilling!

 

Park McArthur for Starship, Studs, 2018
1000 magazines pierced and bejeweled

 




Starship 17

 

We are happy to invite you to the release of
Starship Magazine No. 17

Feb 18, 2018, 18:00 – 21:00
Mavra
Möckernstrasse 68, 10965 Berlin

 

Starship Magazine No. 17
Winter 2018

with contributions by:

Mitchell Anderson, Marie Angeletti, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Mercedes Bunz, Stefan Burger, David Bussel, Eric D. Clark, Jay Chung, Tony Conrad, Eduardo Costa, Hans-Christian Dany, Nikola Dietrich, Levi Easterbrooks, Martin Ebner, Stephanie Fezer, Julian Göthe, Dunja Herzog, Karl Holmqvist, Stephan Janitzky, Verena Kathrein, Jakob Kolding, Chris Kraus, Veit Laurent Kurz, Quinn Latimer, Park McArthur, Robert McKenzie, Robert Meijer, Luzie Meyer, Ariane Müller, Shahryar Nashat, Viktor Neumann, Theresa Patzschke, Monika Senz, Natasha Soobramanien, Vera Tollmann, Anne Turyn, Antek Walczak, Mikhail Wassmer, Scott C. Weaver, Florian Zeyfang

140 pages, color, EUR 8

edited by: Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, Henrik Olesen

Graphic design: Dan Solbach
Cover: Martin Ebner
Poster: Marie Angeletti

Park McArthur for Starship, Studs, 2018.
1000 magazines pierced and bejeweled

 

Starship No. 17 is published by Starship e.V.
www.starship-magazine.org
redaktion@starship-magazine.org

from 21:30:
Music by Julian Göthe and Eric D. Clark
Rauschgold
Mehringdamm 62, 10961 Berlin

 

OUT

 

Judith Hopf, OUT
Video, 2 min 38 sec, 2018

Idea, Director: Judith Hopf
Camera: Florian Zeyfang
Compositing: Martin Ebner
Edit: Judith Hopf
Production Assistant: Anna Herms
Special thanks to Robert … and Mart Heinemann

 

as part of
Judith Hopf
Stepping Stairs
10 February – 15 April 18

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin

 

 

Annette Wehrmann, Luftschlangen @ KW

Annette Wehrmann, Luftschlangentexte
Berlin 2013, 80 Seiten
Edited by Starship and Ort des Gegen e.V.
ISSN 1619-2052
9,99 EUR

 

Annette Wehrmann: Luftschlangen
(Serpentine Streamers)
10 February – 11 March 18

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
3rd floor

Opening: 9 February 18, 7 pm

 

As part of the accompanying program for the exhibition Stepping Stairs by Judith Hopf an own space is dedicated to the Luftschlangen (Serpentine Streamers) works by artist Annette Wehrmann (1961–2010) at the third floor at KW Institute for Contemporary Art. The presentation comprises replica of her Luftschlangen as well as audio recordings of her reading-performances. In the 1990s, Wehrmann implemented her Luftschlangen within self-organized artists’ spaces, where she read her texts—typed on paper streamer—along the windings and loops of the material. The texts unite everyday observations with philosophical and aesthetic inquiries. In her performances, Wehrmann created visual poetry in space, under the consideration of art in the social context. The artist realized her anarchical works by using ephemeral and cheap materials. She encountered socio-political questions with utopian, feminist, and even fantastic counter proposals.

9 March 18, 7 pm
The installation of Annette Wehrmann’s Serpentine Streamers closes with a reading of her writing by Judith Hopf combined with a screening of selected films by Wehrmann.

Made possible with the support of Ort des Gegen e. V./ Estate Annette Wehrmann
With special thanks to Erzsébet Ambrus-Möhle, Sophie Boysen, Isabelle Demin, and Chinh Nguyen Thi

 

 

Starship @ Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg


Halle fuer Kunst cordially invites to

STARSHIP

December 11, 2017 – December 17, 2017
Halle fuer Kunst Lüneburg
Reichenbachstrasse 2, 21335 Lüneburg

 

In the week from December 11 to 16, 2017, the Berlin art magazine Starship will be a guest at the Halle fuer Kunst Lüneburg, where they will work on a new issue to be published in January 2018. The last issues of Starship were also edited and produced in cooperation with institutions in a similarly open way upon the invitation of the Kunsthal Aarhus and the gallery Supportico Lopez in Berlin.

Starship, a magazine that has been published in Berlin since 1998, is not unusual in regard to its form and manner of editing, but it is nevertheless unique. It was established by artists and has been published by artists for close to 20 years. Such a long period of publication is not the rule for a self-financed art magazine. This is made possible by Starship’s institutional independence and a number of characteristic strategies and cooperation projects, including changing formats, exhibitions, an own publishing house and distribution, as well as a flexible publication frequency.
All works by the artists shown in Starship are original contributions for Starship. The production of the magazine therefore resembles that of an exhibition. Each new issue starts on a wall on which the artist’s contributions are set up in varying constellations for the period of two months. During this time, they are hung and re-hung, discussed and further developed with the artists. The theme of each issue of Starship evolves out of these discussions.
A basic element of Starship are the columnists. Columnists are writers and artists responsible for one part of Starship – their columns – in each issue. The long and varied list of columnists to date includes Amelie von Wulffen, Judith Hopf, Karl Holmqvist, Jakob Kolding, Mark von Schlegell, Tenzing Barshee, Hans-Christian Dany, Chris Kraus, Mercedes Bunz, Vera Tollmann, Stephanie Fezer, Florian Zeyfang, Christopher Mueller, and many others.

Since 2014, Starship has been edited by Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, and Henrik Olesen.

Martin Ebner and Ariane Müller will present the magazine, talk about the artists contributing to the next issue and play music on Friday, December 15, 2017, from 6 to 9pm.
Starship working at Kunsthalle Lüneburg is a public endeavour. We would like to invite you to take a look at how Starship is produced, browse through old issues and read new texts.


Programme

Talk, music and conversation by and with Martin Ebner and Ariane Müller
Friday, December 15, 2017, 6 – 9pm

Workshop »Wir machen eine Zeitschrift« with Maria Smith
Sunday, December 17, 2017, 3 – 5.30pm
For children and teenagers aged 7 to 14

With generous support by Land Niedersachsen, the Sparkassenstiftung Lüneburg, the Lüneburgischer Landschaftsverband, Hansestadt Lüneburg and VGH-Stiftung.

 



It is not easy, but






It is not easy, but
Filmscreening of experimental short films, music videos and performances from the years 2003-2017 by Martin Ebner

27 November 2017 | 19:00 – 21:00
Cultural Forum of the Austrian Embassy Tokyo
1-1-20, Moto-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

English, No translation
Charge : Free




Martin Ebner will talk about his artistic work and show a selection of his films and videos between 2003-2017.

Martin Ebner is an Austrian visual artist who lives and works in Berlin since 1995.
His artistic practice includes installations, objects, video, film, public works, photography, computer animation, drawing and music performances.
He is publisher and member of the editorial staff of the art magazine STARSHIP, together with Ariane Müller, Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich and Henrik Olesen.
From September to November 2017, Martin Ebner was a scholarship holder of the Cultural Exchange Scholarship of the State of Berlin at the Tokyo Arts and Space Residency (TOKAS) in Sumida-ku / Tokyo.

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Expo 70

 

Tarō Okamoto, Hand shaped chairs, 1967–1968

 

 

TOKAS – Open Studio

 

TOKAS Residency
OPEN STUDIO 2017-2018/November

2017.11.10(Fri) – 2017.11.12(Sun)
11:00 – 17:00

Organize:
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Arts Program and Residency Division

TOKAS Residency
1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0023

Artists:
<International Creator Residency Program>
Prapat JIWARANGSAN (Thailand| Photography, Video)

<Exchange Residency Program>
Hugh DAVIES (Australia| Game)
Martin EBNER (Germany| Installation, Video)
Simo KELLOKUMPU (Finland| Choreography, Research)
Leonor Serrano RIVAS (UK, Spain| Video-installation, Sculpture)

<Institutional Recommendation Program>
Abdelkader BENCHAMMA (France| Drawing)
Michel HUNEAULT (Canada| Photography, Video)

<Research Residency Program>
Rowan GEDDIS (UK, Sweden| Curation)
WANG Chong (China| Performance)

*Exhibits Only
Barbara CUETO (Germany| Curation)
Stefanie GAUS & Jana ESKE (Germany, Switzerland| Film, Curation)
Seyit Battal KURT (The Netherlands| Video, Installation)
Heather B. SWANN (Australia| Sculpture, Drawing)
November 11 (Sat) 14:00-16:00
Talks by residing creators

November 12 (Sun) 14:00-16:00
Drawing + Talk
„Drawing Tube vol.3“
Abdelkader BENCHAMMA × SUZUKI Hiraku

*No reservation necessary / With Japanese – English interpreter
***********************************************

„OPEN STUDIO“ is the special opportunity for the audience to see creative activities by residing creators and hear their talks and a dialogue with guest speakers.

13 groups/14 creators will introduce their works and activities with images, videos and drawings, and 8 of them will give talks on 11/11 (Sat).

Partner Institutions:
Berlin city, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/ Bethanien (Berlin, Germany)
Matadero Madrid (Madrid, Spain)
The Finnish Cultural Foundation, HIAP (Helsinki International Artist-in-Residence Programme) (Helsinki, Finland)
Asialink, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Australia)

Gruppe Gummi K



„Wie Eins zum Andern kam“
Knetgummianimation, 12 Minuten
Gruppe Gummi K, 1996
Alice Creischer, Martin Ebner, Christoph Keller, Ariane Müller, Andreas Siekmann,
Nicolas Siepen, Josef Strau, Klaus Weber, Amelie von Wulffen




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Parapolitics

Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War

HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Berlin

Exhibition
Nov 3, 2017 – Jan 8, 2018

Curated by Anselm Franke, Nida Ghouse, Paz Guevara, and Antonia Majaca

With works by Art & Language, Doug Ashford, Michael Baers, Antonina Baever, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck (mit Media Farzin & Paolo Gasparini), Romare Bearden, Samuel Beckett, Lene Berg, Broomberg & Chanarin, Fernando Bryce, Daniel Buren, Luis Camnitzer, Alice Creischer, Didactic Exhibition, Liu Ding, Charles & Ray Eames, Miklós Erdély, Peter Friedl, Liam Gillick, Sheela Gowda, Philip Guston, Gruppe Gummi K, Max de Haas, Chia-Wei Hsu, Iman Issa, Voluspa Jarpa, David Lamelas, Norman Lewis, İlhan Mimaroğlu, Moiseyev Dance Company, Museum of American Art in Berlin, Irving Norman, Guillermo Nuñez, Branwen Okpako, Boris Ondreička, Nam June Paik, Décio Pignatari, Howardena Pindell, Sigmar Polke, Rebecca H. Quaytman, Walid Raad, Steve Reich, Ad Reinhardt, Gerhard Richter, Faith Ringgold, Norman Rockwell, Peter Roehr, Martha Rosler, Charles Shaw, Yashas Shetty, Francis Newton Souza, Frank Stella, The Otolith Group, Endre Tót, Suzanne Treister, Twins Seven Seven, Josip Vaništa, Wolf Vostell, Susanne Wenger, and others

Gruppe Gummi K: Wie eins zum andern kam
(Alice Creischer, Martin Ebner, Christoph Keller, Ariane Müller, Andreas Siekmann, Nicolas Siepen, Josef Strau, Klaus Weber, Amelie von Wulffen)
Clay animation video, 12 min, sound, 1996

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Superbeat




SUPERBEAT vol.01 開催
スーパービート vol.01

DATE: 2017.11.4 Sat.
TIME: 23:00-5:00
VENUE: Shibuya ROOTS, Tokyo

ENTRANCE FEE: ¥1,000 / 1 drink

Time Table
23:00- DJ ONORI
00:00- Orkanora + Chikara Matsumoto
00:30- Hans Andersson + Martin Ebner
01:30- Hero 4
02:40- Orkanora + Chikara Matsumoto
03:10- OKAZAKI Sayaka + DJVOQ
04:00- DJ ONORI, Hero 4, and so on…

Photo by Rin Tamura

 

 

 

 

 

Re-imagining Utopia [The Auroville Project]


Ariane Müller & Martin Ebner: The Near Future, 2012

 

 

Re-imagining Utopia [The Auroville Project]
Carolina Andreasson, Jessica Bjöhrn, Andrew Burton, August Bällgren, Christoph Draeger, Martin Ebner & Ariane Müller, Charlotte Hedberg, Swetlana Heger, Heidrun Holzfeind, Elka Krajewska & Gregor Neuerer, Tryggve Lundberg, Gazi Mrah, Klaus Weber und Olav Westphalen

&

From Without and From Within [The Auroville Project]
Christoph Draeger and Heidrun Holzfeind

Kunstpavillon Innsbruck, Austria
September 7 – November 11
opening September 7, 7 pm

 

At last a place where one will be able to think of the future only.
(The Mother)
The alternative community Auroville was founded 1968 in Southeast India by French philosopher Mira Alfassa (The Mother).

[The Auroville Project] looks at how the utopian ideals of the community – no private property, no money, no rules, no religion – in short: divine anarchy, are lived today, almost 50 years later. It investigates how relationships between humans and nature, an ecological and sustainable lifestyle, spirituality and political ideals of self-development and collectivism can be re-imagined today.

Auroville is a social experiment dedicated to continuous education and research on human nature (the search of the inner being) that thrives for human unity through a state of higher consciousness. As one of the few alternative communes born in the 1960’s it does not only still exist, but is actually growing and thriving. Nevertheless the goal of building a city of 50,000 inhabitants in the form of a galactic spiral is far from being achieved after 50 years.

In 2018, Auroville will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. Although Auroville has a rich tradition of experimental architecture, and although Aurovilians keep emphasizing the importance of creative expression, it is still almost devoid of public or contemporary art. This spring Draeger and Holzfeind organized a workshop titled Re-imagining Utopia with students at the Umeå Academy of Fine Arts to dream up possible interventions and proposals for public artworks in Auroville. For the [The Auroville Project] exhibition they furthermore asked artist friends and colleagues to contribute works to the Re-imagining Utopia show, that reflect on the idea of a utopian community in the 21st century.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ist Eros der eben jetzt von mir beobachtete Planet?


Ist Eros der eben jetzt von mir beobachtete Planet?

Gottlob Frege, Ludwig Wittgenstein und ((4×3)+12) Versuche über die logische Struktur der Welt

Eine Ausstellung im Kunstverein Goldberg vom 19. August 2017 bis zum 08. Oktober 2017
Eröffnung am 18. August 2017

mit Arbeiten von Josef Dabernig, Martin Ebner, Andreas Fogarasi, Bernhard Frue, Kathi Hofer, Roland Kollnitz, Ingo Nussbaumer, Wendelin Pressl und Markus Hofer, Anja Ronacher, Simon Wachsmuth, Anita Witek, Otto Zitko, Heimo Zobernig

Zusammengestellt von Gregor Schmoll

Goldbergkunst e.V.
Lange Straße 76
19399 Goldberg

 

 

Martin Ebner, Problem
Video, silent, 30 min., 1995

 

Zwei Seelen

Ariane Müller

Die zwei Tischtennisbälle, die hinter Blumfeld, einem älteren Junggesellen herhüpfen, erscheinen mir, so wie sie Franz Kafka beschreibt, wie zwei plötzlich eigenständig agierende Identitäten, die sich aus dem Ensemble von Identitäten die Blumfeld ausgemacht haben, herausgelöst haben und nun ein Eigenleben entwickeln. Dieses ist zwar an ihn gebunden, es ist eigentlich sein Leben, aber er kann die zwei abgespaltenen Subjektivitäten nicht kontrollieren. Sie beginnen, auf sich aufmerksam zu machen, sie machen andere auf ihn aufmerksam. Sie hüpfen um ihn herum und folgen ihm überallhin. Sie machen Geräusche, jenes ping pong, oder eben tic tac, und sind damit recht eigentlich ein Tick, eine aus einem herausbrechende Bewegung. Sie sind ihm lästig und sie zwingen ihn zu einigen lächerlichen Aktionen. Im Versuch, sie wieder unter Kontrolle zu bekommen, sie zu fangen – was ihm bei einem gelingt–, erliegt er schliesslich der Lächerlichkeit dieses Unterfangens. Und er gibt auf. „Es ist zu entwürdigend solche Massnahmen gegen zwei kleine Bälle zu ergreifen“ (two balls?). Er sperrt sie daraufhin in den Schrank, so wie viele solche einem unangenehmen Identitätsteile, wegen denen man sich schämt, die sich abzuspalten drohten, indem sie ein zu offensichtliches anderes Leben forderten, in den Schrank gesperrt wurden, oder, wie es im Fall der erzwungenen Unterdrückung von Sexualität genannt wurde in the closet. Und er beschließt sie sicherlich und in nächster Zeit zu zerstören. Eben sicherlich bald, aber sicher nicht jetzt. Er weiß, er muss es, aber er kann es nicht jetzt. Aber er muss, er wird es demnächst machen. Stattdessen schickt er zwei Kinder in die Wohnung, die er seinen zwei vorher erfolgreich für den äusseren Schein in the closet gesperrten Identitäten (balls?) überantwortet. Blumfeld hat kein Problem, aber er hat ein Problem damit, dass etwas auf ihn aufmerksam macht, dass ihn etwas, das mit ihm zu tun hat, am Schlafen hindert – sie machen zuviel Lärm unter seinem Bett. Sie werden ihm zum Problem, aber es gelingt ihm, dieses Problem in the closet zu sperren. Wo es herumrandalieren kann, und warten, ob jemand den Schrank öffnet.

In Martin Ebners Film Problem, der im Umkreis von You Never Know, einer aus drei Personen – inklusive Martin Ebner – bestehenden Künstlergruppe entstanden ist (und in dem gemeinsamen Studio), könnten es nun Platzhalter für die drei Personen selbst sein, die in jenem für sie dunklen Raum miteinander und gegenseitig agieren (das Kunstfeld, etc.). Es könnten aber natürlich auch drei unterschiedliche Identitäten sein, die in diesem leeren Körpersack agieren, von ihm in ihren Bewegungen limitiert werden, und ihn wegen der Unterschiedlichkeit, der von ihnen intendierten Richtung zu jenen Konvulsionen und Zuckungen bringen, ihn sich hin und herwälzen lassen. Das Problem ist, dass sie voneinander nicht wirklich wissen, sich nur als Hindernisse wahrnehmen, in diesem von ihnen gemeinsam bewohnten Körper. Der ja von aussen wie eine irrationale, lächerliche, von bedrohlichen Zuckungen gequälte Einheit erscheint. Dieser Körper mit seinen drei Seelen, die ja auch eine kugelförmige Gestalt haben (und von denen sich jeweils eine in einem Fussball befindet – dagegen: Zwei Seelen wohnen, ach! in meiner Brust, Die eine will sich von der andern trennen; Die eine hält, in derber Liebeslust, Sich an die Welt mit klammernden Organen; Die andere hebt gewaltsam sich vom Dust (= Staub) Zu den Gefilden hoher Ahnen.).

Starship Screenings at the Pool




Sa, 12.8. 4.00 pm

Starship Screenings at the Pool
»(Almost) Silent Movies«
selected by Martin Ebner

 

Works by

Lili Dujourie
Joan Jonas
Takashi Ito
Shigeko Kubota
Karole Armitage – Charles Atlas

accompanied by Theresa Patzschke and Martin Ebner

 

TROPEZ

Sommerbad Humboldthain
www.tropeztropez.de
Wiesenstraße 1, 13357 Berlin

There is a constant, well balanced flow of noises inside the Humboldthain summer pool area. Underwater gurgles, smaller and bigger splashes, a multitude of voices in the air, cries, squeals, and shouts of joy, excitement or outrage. Whisperings in the wardrobe. The far away humming of the city. The occasional voice of authority through the speaker system. In a world of atomic microprecision overall time is approaching 4 p.m.

Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the (Almost) Silent Movie Hall. It is comfortaby cool and shady inside. There will be a screen with colors, movements and flickers. There will be two-dimensional men and women, some in black and white, and some of them lonely. Old animals in short trousers will sing and dance. Chairs will be elevated and tables shifted. There will be more than one short pause. Here the (almost) silence comes in. (Almost) silence is not really silent, it is an improved version of the well known not so silent silence, but please feel free to find out for yourself.

Martin Ebner is an artist, Theresa Patzschke is a musician and writer, both based in Berlin.

Es gibt einen konstanten, gut balancierten Fluss an Geräuschen innerhalb des Sommerbades Humboldthain. Unterwassergurgeln, kleine und größere Platscher, eine Vielzahl von Stimmen in der Luft, Heulen, Quietschen und Schreie der Freude,  Aufregung oder Empörung. Geflüster in der Garderobe. Das ferne Rauschen der Stadt. Die Stimme der Autorität über die Lautsprecheranlage. In einer Welt der atomaren Mikropräzision wird es langsam 16 Uhr.

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, willkommen zum (beinahe) stillen Kino. Hier ist es angenehm kühl und schattig. Es gibt eine Projektionswand mit Farben, Bewegungen und Lichtblitzern. Es werden zweidimensionale Männer und Frauen da sein, manche sind schwarz-weiß, und manche einsam. Alte Tiere in kurzen Hosen werden singen und tanzen. Stühle werden angehoben und Tische verschoben. Es gibt mehr als eine kurze Pause. Hier tritt die (beinahe) Stille auf. (Beinahe) Stille ist nicht wirklich still, sie ist eine verbesserte Version der nicht ganz so stillen Stille, aber überzeugen sie sich doch bitte selbst.

Martin Ebner ist Künstler, Theresa Patzschke ist Musikerin und schreibt, beide leben in Berlin.



SA 29.7. 4 pm
Starship Screenings at the Pool

1980
A program with experimental video works, circulating around the year when Ronald Reagan became president.

Works by

Steina and Woody Vasulka
Carolee Schneemann
Ed Emshwiller
Dara Birnbaum
Chris Burden
Nam June Paik
Bruce Conner
Stan Vanderbeek
Zbigniew Rybczynski
Nam June Paik
Pipilotti Rist

Selected by Martin Ebner

In 1980, many of the happy, youthful visitors of the Humboldthain pool are not even a concept on their parents‘ horizons. These days questions and difficulties motivating the early phase of electronic video art are hard to imagine for those who are used to today’s omnipresent image production via smartphones and internet.
On Saturday there will be an opportunity to dive into this special, slightly too blurry, silent and loud, raw, often witty, sometimes slow or a bit too quick language of images, like a time machine parallel to the acoustic and visual turbulent joy of the summer pool.

Martin Ebner is an artist based in Berlin. He is co-publisher of the magazine Starship together with Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Ariane Müller, and Henrik Olesen.

Tropez is a space for art inside the public pool Sommerbad Humboldthain initiated by Nele Heinevetter. For the first summer exhibition POOL, artists, performers, musicians, authors, and curators will mingle with the guests of Berlin’s most beautiful public pool, among them Søren Aagard, Broken Dimanche Press, Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Creamcake, Sofia Duchovny, John Matthew Heard, Hervé Humbert, Michael Kleine, Kris Lemsalu, Zoë Claire Miller, Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Mary Audrey Ramirez, Jen Rosenblit, Starship, Markus Wirthmann, and Samson Young.

Tropez is also a kiosk. Every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

 

TROPEZ

Sommerbad Humboldthain
www.tropeztropez.de
Wiesenstraße 1, 13357 Berlin

 

Shadow Projector – 14n61w

 

Ariane MÜLLER, Martin EBNER
Shadow Projector
17.06 – 29.07.2017

espace d’art contemporain 14°N 61°W
Place de l’Enregistrement
97200 Fort de France – Martinique FWI

 

Ariane MÜLLER, Martin EBNER
Shadow Projector

June 17 – July 29 2017

caryl* ivrisse – crochemar & [ creative renegades society ] are pleased to welcome and present the exhibition of Berlin based Austrian artists, Ariane Müller and Martin Ebner.

For their exhibition titled „Shadow Projector“ at espace d’art contemporain 14°N61°W Ariane Müller and Martin Ebner create an artistic environment which blends aspects of the bourgeois interior with the perception of the outside and public through drawings, prints, and a video installation.

The color primary blue was used as the starting point of the artists collective process to translate a list of words, and related concepts into the space. This effort initially started in Berlin and got modified and adapted through the development of the installation in the context of Martinique and the specific situation of the gallery space.

A joint large blue drawing of leaves of Monstera foliage evokes the famous cut outs of Henri Matisse, La Piscine. This association is not involuntary, it hints to Matisse reduction of painting to form and color, that relied on objectification and a reduction of concepts, and persons to a consumable image.

As an architectural intervention, one of the two entrances connecting the two main exhibition spaces is blocked through a lightweight wooden grid, also painted in blue. Through this limitation of choice of entrance, the plant’s presence in the room gets enhanced, and an inside-outside relation is established.

In Martin Ebner’s video installation, a white rotating „hand spinner“ shape is used to uncover some hidden formal aspects of this popular object, changing its appearance from a toy to a tool, to a face, and while rapidly spinning, even a flower or a star.

And on the large wall to the right, extending the space towards the imaginary, Ariane Müller’s life sized prints of doors are playing with different techniques of creating a realistic image, that clashes with the unlikeliness of its content.

In extension and addition to their exhibition, Martin Ebner and Ariane Müller will conceive an audiovisual presentation at the gallery, focusing on former works and developments of the two artists, as well as presenting the newest issue of STARSHIP Magazine, an international bilingual art magazine focussing on contemporary art and writing, which they publish together with Nikola Dietrich, Gerry Bibby and Henrik Olesen in Berlin.

 

Mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch

 

 

STARSHIP #16 release

We would like to invite you to celebrate with us
the new issue of Starship.

On the afternoon of Sunday, May 28, 2017
between 4 and 7 p.m.
in front of Möbel Olfe.

Dresdener Strasse 1
10999 Berlin

Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, Henrik Olesen

Starship #16

with contributions by

Søren Andreasen, John Allan MacLean, Tenzing Barshee, John Beeson, Leo Bersani, Gerry Bibby, Matt Billings, Kaucyila Brooke with Vickie Aravindhan, Louis Coy, Boz David, Jennifer Green, Blake Jacobsen, Tyler Lumm, Giselle Morgan, Ace Shi, AJ Strout, and Josh Winklholfer, Mercedes Bunz, David Bussel, Octavia E. Butler, Bonnie Camplin, Leidy Churchman, Eric D. Clark, Jay Chung, Hans-Christian Dany, Katja Diefenbach, Nikola Dietrich, Francesca Drechsler, Martin Ebner, Sokol Ferizi, Stephanie Fezer, Julian Göthe, Michèle Graf, Selina Grüter, Karl Holmqvist, Cornelia Herfurtner, Nadira Husain, David Iselin-Ricketts, Monika Kalinauskaite, Heinz Peter Knes, Jakob Kolding, Michael Krebber, Klara Liden, Q Takeki Maeda, Robert McKenzie, Robert Meijer, Ariane Müller, Christopher Müller, Henrik Olesen, Mark von Schlegell, Dan Solbach, Natasha Soobramanien, Katrin Trüstedt, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Scott C. Weaver, Luke Williams, Amelie von Wulffen, Florian Zeyfang


Cover: Klara Liden, 410 meters, May 22, 2017
Ink on 1000 copies of Starship

We would like to thank to Jacob Fabricius, Trine Friis Sørensen, and the whole team of Kunsthal Aarhus, where we produced this issue of Starship in April 2017 during our stay for the Timeshare project.