Verein Berliner Künstler

Verfremdung

Tentoonstelling in Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler
Schöneberger Ufer 57, 10785 Berlijn

29 oktober – 14 november 2021
Opening: vrijdag 29.10.2021 om 19:00
Lupe Godoy zal de tentoonstelling inleiden. De kunstenaressen zullen aanwezig zijn.
Finissage met Artists Talk: zondag 14.11.2021 om 15-17
Download het persbericht in PDF (Duits)

Openingstijden: dinsdag-vrijdag 15-19 u – zaterdag-zondag 14-18 u
De huidige corona regels zijn van toepassing!

Deelnemende kunstenaressen: Jutta Barth, Birgit Borggrebe, Pauline Disonn, Marilyn Green, Lupe Godoy, Maria Korporal
Curatrice: Marilyn Green

Maria Korporal presenteert een multimedia-installatie waarin haar omvangrijke nieuwe videowerk Pervitin Power, met muziek van Edoardo Pistolesi Somigli, een centrale rol speelt. De drug Pervitin, tegenwoordig bekend als crystal meth, werd door de nazi’s in de Tweede Wereldoorlog gebruikt om hun soldaten te manipuleren. In de video wordt de vervreemding van waarneming en moraal duidelijk. Naast de grote projectie van Pervitin Power omvat de installatie ook een reeks houtskooltekeningen en monitoren met korte animatiefilms.
Na de opening van de tentoonstelling, vanaf 1 november, zal Pervitin Power ook online te zien zijn in ESSENCE/ABSENCE, Paviljoen van The Wrong Biennale n°5, curator Matteo Campulla.

 

 

Medianautik

Groepstentoonstelling in Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler
Schöneberger Ufer 57, 10785 Berlin

21 mei – 6 juni 2021
Opening: vrijdag 21.05.2021, 19 uur.
Artist Talk: vrijdag 28.05.2021, 19 uur.

Het bezoek aan de tentoonstelling is alleen mogelijk na voorafgaande reservering en met een negatief Corona-testresultaat. Daarom vragen wij u uw afspraak te maken via e-mail: anmeldung-vbk-art@gmx.de, of per telefoon: +4915751142263 (vanaf woensdag).
In ieder geval zal er een online rondleiding van de tentoonstelling zijn.

Deelnemende kunstenaressen en kunstenaars:
Sandra Becker, Monika Funke Stern, Hartmut Jahn, Maria Korporal, Richard Stimmel, Sigi Torinus

Curatrice: Monika Funke Stern

Maria Korporal presenteert een installatie met een speciale versie van haar projecten Korporal Labyrinth en Railway Flower Labyrinth.

De tentoonstelling wordt begeleid door een catalogus.

De catalogus online (Issuu)

 

Pressetext:

Es gibt Künstler*innen, die verfolgen ihr ganzes Leben eine strenge Linie, formal und inhaltlich. Peinture pure, Sculpture pure.
Es gibt andere wie uns, die navigieren zwischen den Medien, kombinieren, intervenieren, sampeln, collagieren. Es entstehen Mischformen, Hybride. Das Navigieren erfolgt nie ohne Kompaß, nie ohne den Blick in den gesetzmäßigen Gang der Gestirne, der Berechnung der Meridiane, und so werden so neue Kontinente entdeckt, neue Formen erfunden.
Die Besucher gehen an Bord, werden interaktiv Teil der Reise.

Wir hoffen auf das persönliche Boarding am 21. Mai zur Vernissage um 19h, so die Inzidenzen es zulassen. Auf jeden Fall wird es einen Online-Rundgang im Netz geben. Ein Gespräch mit der Crew findet am 28. Mai um 19h statt (Artist Talk).

(Monika Funke Stern, Kuratorin der Ausstellung)

Klimakipppunkte

Vanwege Corona is de oorspronkelijk voor 2020 geplande tentoonstelling nu in gewijzigde vorm geopend. In de showroom achter de ramen van het VBK zijn bijdragen te zien van Rosika Janko-Glage, Helga Wagner, Barbara Czarnojahn, Maria Korporal, Andrea Streit, Lupe Godoy en Tom Albrecht. Andere deelnemers aan de tentoonstelling zijn Conrad Brockstedt, Burchard Vossmann, Lina Schobel en Paul Reßl, alsmede het Kollektiv thinking of Yves (Andrea Streit en Nancy Happ).

De tentoonstelling werd virtueel geopend via Facebook en zal gedurende de hele duur van de tentoonstelling worden begeleid. Zodra de situatie in Corona het toelaat, zal de tentoonstelling in haar geheel en in het echt voor bezoekers worden opengesteld.

Virtuele tentoonstelling en project:
www.facebook.com/groups/klimakipppunkte/

De tentoonstelling in de showroom achter de ramen van de VBK is geopend van 12.2.2021 tot 07.03.2021.

KLIMAKIPPPUNKTE: omslagpunten in het klimaat – tentoonstelling in VBK
In hun werk behandelen de kunstenaars de oorzaken en gevolgen van klimaatverandering: de uitdrukkingsvormen zijn volledig individueel en variëren van schilderen tot collage, van video tot installatie en conceptuele kunst. Het resultaat is een zeer complexe tentoonstelling over een virulent onderwerp: tegelijkertijd opwindend, stimulerend voor discussie en vermakelijk.
Het project wordt gefinancierd door GMS Immobilia KG.

Pressemitteilung_VBK_07-02-2021

In de preview vertoont Maria Korporal haar video Emergency Call.
Wanneer de tentoonstelling uiteindelijk écht zal plaatsvinden (in betere tijden), zal zij haar nieuwe installatie Emergency Call Center presenteren.

 

 

La Vitruviana

Leonardo da Vinci’s drawing of a male figure perfectly inscribed in a circle and square, known as the “Vitruvian Man”, illustrates what he believed to be a divine connection between the human form and the universe. Beloved for its beauty and symbolic power, it is one of the most famous images in the world. But what would happen if a female figure takes the place of the male figure of the Vitruvian Man? Will the divine spell with the universe brake up?
Less famous than Leonardo da Vinci, but well known and important for his pioneering work in photographic motion studies was the English photographer Eadweard Muybridge. His sequences of the human figure in motion show men and women occupied with several activities. A closer view reveals a traditional role pattern: the men manifest themselves in amazing athletic movements, while the women are busy with domestic activities or children. One of the sequences that deeply impressed me is called “Turning Around in Surprise and Running Away”. It shows a naked woman who covers her eyes and her genitals while she twists her body away from the camera.
Muybridge’s woman and Leonardo’s man are physically similar in many respects. They both express the ideal forms and proportions set by the classic standards of human beauty, but their self-awareness of the place in the world they belong to seems very different. The video endorses this observation and shows symbolically how the eyes of society guided by conventions determine this attitude.

The video above is a short trailer. The full video is 2:14. For information please contact me.

Screenings:
• 3 december 2020: Flick Film Festival (USA)
• 1-31 mei 2020: Video Art Miden online.
• 23 april – 31 mei 2020: Maria Korporal Monografie. Geselecteerde werken 2008-2020, op VisualcontainerTV
• 28 november – 1 december 2019: Vierte Welle Festival, Lichtblick-Kino, Berlijn
der fragile Mikrokosmos ist vor Scham aus den Fugen, 1 – 30 december 2018 in Galerie VBK, Berlijn

 

© Maria Korporal 2018

VBK wintertentoonstelling: always in motion

Opening: vrijdag 6 december 2019, 19:00
Tentoonstelling: 7 december 2019 – 5 januari 2020
Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK)
Schöneberger Ufer 57, 10785 Berlijn
www.vbk-art.de

In all artistic forms of expression, 65 participating artists of the VBK take a look back at the past decades or / and a look ahead to the 2020s. In many ways they reflect the open theme of the group exhibition. Political, philosophical, biological, cosmological as well as personal positions will be on display.

The 2010s end. The 2020s follow.
We have often remembered the end of the “Sixties” this year. The year 1969 is 50 years ago. The moon landings and “Woodstock” were events that ushered in the departure of all humanity, or the young generation. Subculture became pop culture in the following years. Millions of people worldwide demonstrated against the Vietnam War, and in Germany the anti-nuclear movement was formed. In 1989, the peaceful revolution took place in the GDR. The wall fell, and a year later Germany was reunited. Today, in 2019, another young generation is on the road. The “Friday for Future” movement demonstrates worldwide against climate change. We do not know what will happen. Digitization is progressing, and again we do not know where the journey is going. Populists everywhere, right-hander worldwide. The world is in motion.

Persbericht in PDF (Duits)

Maria Korporal neemt deel met haar video The Waltz. De video zal gedurende de hele tentoonstelling in loop te zien zijn.

 

TIMESHIFT * POSUN V ČASE

a multimedial art exhibition in PRAGUE + BERLIN

Under the title Zeitverschiebung (Time-Shift), the second part of a multimedial art exchange exhibition between Prague and Berlin will take place. At the initiative of the Prague artists for a dialogue with their western neighbours and especially with their fellow artists from Berlin, we can now announce the second exhibition that will be held in the Gallery of the Verein Berliner Künstler. The exhibitions, curated by both partners, include photography, drawing, painting, video and an interactive installation on the topic and the specific cultural context. The concept of a direct dialogue, i.e. the dialogic confrontation of the artworks, promises to be an exciting exhibition. Not in the least because Prague and Berlin are linked by a long cultural history, which is increasingly reflected today as a mutual interest between the younger artists.

Project author: Simone Kornfeld

Participating artists: Sandra Becker, Catherine Bourdon, Karel Dvořák, Marianne Gielen, Simone Kornfeld, Maria Korporal, Ivan Králík, Milan Křenek, Sebastian Kusenberg, Ina Lindemann, Alena Petříčkova, Zdenka Reinerová, Sabine Schneider, Petr Tošovský, Marian Zajíček, Václava Zouplnová.

Maria Korporal presents two interactive installations from her REKALL-Projekt:
– The interactive installation Rekall Golem @Praha, a new version inspired by the stay in the Czech capital.
Rekall Ubik @Berlin, a documentary film of the installation showed in the first part of the exhibition, May 2018 in Prague

Exhibition from the 1st to the 14th of April 2019
Opening: 1st April 2019, 19:00
Gallery  Verein  Berliner Künstler • Schöneberger Ufer 57 • 10785 Berlin
Opening times: Tuesday-Friday 15:00 -19:00 • Saturday-Sunday 14:00 -18:00

The project is organized by the Artists Association NSPU PRAGUE and the Verein Berliner Künstler (Berlin Artists Association), VBK BERLIN. Infos: o- zazek(at)volny.cz ; info(at)vbk-art.de ; ripa.z(at)post.cz

The project is supported by: Senate Department for Cultural Affairs Berlin, Czech Center Berlin, German-Czech Future Fund, German Embassy Prague.

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VBK’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/vereinberlinerkuenstler

VBK’s website: www.vbk-art.de

 

POSUN V ČASE * TIME-SHIFT

a multimedial art exhibition in PRAGUE + BERLIN

Under the title Zeitverschiebung (Time-Shift), the first part of a multimedial art exchange exhibition between Prague and Berlin will take place. At the initiative of the Prague artists for a dialogue with their western neighbours and especially with their fellow artists from Berlin, we can now announce the first exhibitions that will be held in the Gallery of the Prague Academy of Architecture and the Gallery of the Artists Association NSPU. The exhibitions, curated by both partners, include photography, drawing, painting, video and an interactive installation on the topic and the specific cultural context. The concept of a direct dialogue, i.e. the dialogic confrontation of the artworks, promises to be an exciting exhibition. Not in the least because Prague and Berlin are linked by a long cultural history, which is increasingly reflected today as a mutual interest between the younger artists.

Participating artists: Sandra Becker, Catherine Bourdon, Karel Dvořák, Marianne Gielen, Simone Kornfeld, Maria Korporal, Ivan Králík, Milan Křenek, Sebastian Kusenberg, Ina Lindemann, Alena Petříčkova, Zdenka Reinerová, Sabine Schneider, Petr Tošovský, Marian Zajíček, Václava Zouplnová.

Exhibition venues:
Gallery NSPU – from May 3 to May 31, 2018
Vernissage: May 2, 2018 – 6 pm
Address: Husinecká 8 – 130 00 Praha 3
Opening times: Tue. – Thu. 3 pm to 6 pm

Gallery ABF – Academy of Architecture Prague – from May 4 to May 31, 2018
Vernissage: May 3, 2018 – 6 pm
Address: Václavské nám. 833/31 – 110 00 Praha 1
Opening times: Mon. – Fri. 8.30 am to 4 pm

The third exhibition will take place in March/April 2019 in the Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler, Berlin.

Maria Korporal presents three works on golems and robots, a topic she has been interested in since many years. Please click here to see e presentation of the works in the section “Between Golem and Robot”.

The project is organized by the Artists Association NSPU PRAGUE and the Verein Berliner Künstler (Berlin Artists Association), VBK BERLIN. Infos: o- zazek(at)volny.cz ; info(at)vbk-art.de ; ripa.z(at)post.cz

The project is supported by: Senate Department for Cultural Affairs Berlin, Czech Center Berlin, German-Czech Future Fund, German Embassy Prague.

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VBK’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/vereinberlinerkuenstler

VBK’s website: www.vbk-art.de

TOTALITÄR

This year’s association exhibition in the Verein Berliner Künstler: UPDATE 18 | TOTALITÄR
21.04. – 20.05. 2018

Opening
Friday, 20.04.2018, 19h

The exhibition focuses on conceptual works on this very complex and up-to-date topic.
Internationally, democratic conditions are experiencing a shock. Not only in Europe, but on almost every continent, our democratic values ​​are in danger.
In addition, we live in a digital transformation that fundamentally changes our way of life through automation processes and digital communication. These changes are felt to be similarly groundbreaking as the epoch of the invention of printing, the Gutenberg Age.
The exhibition TOTALITÄR critically deals with these changes. These include topics such as surveillance opportunities, social networks, digital warfare, binary stereotypes, the spread of violent fantasies, hate speech, exclusion and anonymity. Various intermediate and border areas are aesthetically reflected in the 59 positions of the international artists of the association who live or work in Berlin in a radical and very different way.

with: Sandra Becker, Viola Bendzko, Gerda Berger, Birgit Borggrebe, Catherine Bourdon, Conrad Brockstedt, BUCCO, Barbara Czarnojahn, Christoph Damm, Ute Deutz, Christian Ebel, Burghild Eichheim, Ute Faber, Monika Funke Stern, Gerhard Gabel, Marianne Gielen, Lupe Godoy, Axel Gundrum, Margret Holz, Hella Horstmeier, Rosika Jankó- Glage, Jürgen Kellig, Karsten Kelsch, Susanne Kessler, Claudia Kochsmeier, Karoline Koeppel, Matthias Koeppel, Simone Kornfeld, Maria Korporal, Joan Lazeanu, Ina Lindemann, Peter Lindenberg, Dorothea Markner-Weiss, Nele Probst, Volker Nikel, Larissa Nod, Michael Otto, POGO, Renate Pfrommer, Ute Richter, Astrid Roeken, Regina Roskoden, Franziska Rutishauser, Peter Schlangenbader, Robert Schmidt-Matt, Sabine Schneider, Bernadette Schröger, Evelyn Sommerhoff, SOOKI, Ruza Spak, Richard Stimmel, Anita Straud, Andrea Sunder-Plassmann & Sigi Torinus, Helga Wagner, Gerard Waskievitz, Gundrun Wernet, Karla Woisnitza, Barbara Zirpins, Ayca Nina Zuch. Projektleiterin: Sandra Becker

Opening hours of the gallery
Tue-Fri 3pm to 7pm | Sat-Sun 2pm to 6pm

During GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN on April 27-29, 2018
Special opening hours: Fri 3pm to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 7pm.

Read more on the VBK website (in German): www.vbk-art.de/index.php/de/ausstellung-13.html

Totalitarian United – object, mixed media © Maria Korporal

Maria Korporal shows her work “Totalitarian United”,
please click here for a presentation with images and description.