26. April 2015
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Labor für Kritik und Weitsicht

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Krieg und Migration: „You & Me“, ein Projekt zwischen Bosnien, Deutschland und den USA
Katja Stuke und Oliver Sieber im Gespräch mit Sabine Maria Schmidt
Am Mittwoch, 13. Mai 2015 ab 19 Uhr. Weltkunstzimmer, Ronsdorfer Straße 77a, 40233 Düsseldorf.
Im Rahmen der Reihe »Labor für Kritik und Weitsicht«.
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31. März 2015
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BöhmKobayashi meet Chim↑Pom

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Böhm / Kobayashi(ベーム/コバヤシ)来日記念 カティア・ストゥーケ×オリバー・ジーバー×卯城竜太(Chim↑Pom) 特別トークショー「芸術実行論」
•  ジャンル:人物 トークショー
•  主催者:IMA CONCEPT STORE
•  開催期間:2015年4月9日 20:00~22:00
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16. März 2015
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国庆节 Nationalfeiertag – Pre-Book-Editon

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Dear Friends, Supporter, Collectors. In October 2011 I started working on my new project »国庆节 Nationalfeiertag«. I travelled to Beijing with Oliver, who wanted to take some portraits of punks for »Imaginary Club«. I myself was quite interested in Tiananmen Square. On the one hand because it’s one of the biggest public squares worldwide and one of the monitored at most. On the other hand I was curious because of it’s historic significance, especially the situation in 1989: the student’s protest in April and May and the massacre on June 4th. We spent some days on Tiananmen Square during as well Chinese National Holiday on Oct. 1st as the following Golden Week and I was able to film some hours of material.

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24. Februar 2015
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The You and Me Diary

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We produced a very small edition of this »You and Me Diary«. You can buy it in our shop for € 180,–.
It contains research material, notes, sketches, associations, newspaper-cut-outs. It is part of »You and Me« a project between Bosnia, Germany and the USA, created in 2014 and exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photograhy in Chicago. It illustrates the journeys to Sarajevo, Tuzla and Zvornik in Bosnia and the road trip from Chicago via Bowling Green, St. Louis, Memphis, Birmingham to St.Petersburg in Florida and explains our work-process during this project. It’s an artist book with 232 pages, 20,6 x 28,1 cm, produced as black/white lasercopy-softcover book produced in an edition of #10 copies.

16. Februar 2015
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Photography in all it’s Glory

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

Katja and Oliver, docents of the European Master of Fine Art Photography, will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies.

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14. Februar 2015
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»Look what we’ve brought you« Ankara

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We talked about photography, publications, exhibitions, ANT!FOTO, BöhmKobayashi, »You and Me«, the ANT!FOTO-Manifesto, »Imaginary Club«, »Nationalfeiertag« and much more in Ankara at Atelier Ka. on Feb. 21, 2015 at 4pm. And we left quite some of our publications there for the library of Atelier Ka. more»»

 

22. Januar 2015
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You and Me III

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»You and Me« at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago will be open for the public from jan 26th to march 22nd 2015. Gallery talk / opening reception: jan. 29th from 4pm / 5pm.

Aleksandar Hemon’s essay on »You and Me«: Not so long ago, in St. Louis, a Bosnian named Zemir Begic was beaten to death for no particular reason by four teenagers wielding hammers. He was thirty-two, came to the US with his family to escape war, and had recently moved to St. Louis, the city with the largest Bosnian population in America — indeed, with some 70,000 people, the largest outside Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zemir was murdered down the road from Ferguson, where intense protests had been taking place, triggered by the grand jury decision not to indict the policeman Darren Wilson for shooting Mike Brown, an unarmed African-American teenager, in what appeared to be cold blood. Weiterlesen →