GHOST STATIONS: BOS (Berlin Open Studio 2017)

September 2 & 3, 2017
with Mirja Busch, Yuki Jungesblut, David Krippendorff, Mira O’Brian, Sharon Paz, Craig Stewart and the Ghost Members

Saturday 2nd September 2017
5 pm until midnight: We are open, come by!

from 8 pm CONCERT at FIT Freie Internationale Tankstelle (Schwedterstr. 261) with Jakob Dobers and Wolfram DER Spyra
& all evening: Design Your Bike Berlin Opening

Sunday 3rd September 2017
2 pm – 8 pm: We are open, come by!

We are very happy to invite you to this year’s open studio. Our theme, in agreement with Berlin Open Studios is, loosely, „ghost stations“ and you will find a free interpretation of what those words may mean. We present works dealing with ghosts, memories, surfaces, reflections, structures, boundaries, desire, emotions and spaces, to name only a few aspects. Some of the works are older, some of them fresh from the oven, some are still in the making. In any case you can look at them, glide through them, have a chat with us, listen to some great music, have a drink or even order a bike. Come and join us! You won’t be disappointed.

4th – 12th September 2017: Open on appointment! Do get in touch!

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This event happens in co-operation with BOS Berlin Open Studio. Please note that there will also be an open weekend on 2nd/ 3rd September at Studio Anja Teske, Langhansstr. 116, 13086 Berlin: Saturday 2nd: 3 pm – 7 pm: Opening, Sunday 3rd September: 2 pm – 8 pm< There will also be a video screening at Studio Daniel Permanetter the following weekend. For further information please go to www.berlinopenstudio.com

COLLOCATION COLLOQUIUM (Open Days #3)

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TURTLE LAB STUDIOS
OPEN DAYS #3:
COLLOCATION COLLOQUIUM

29 & 30 August 2015
Schwedterstr. 262, 10119 Berlin

29 August 2015           4 p.m. till late
30 August 2015           3 p.m. til 9 p.m.

mit Beiträgen von: / with contributions by:

Yuki Jungesblut, Judith Karcheter, David Krippendorff, Anna Martinetz, Bjørn Melhus, Sharon Paz, Reynold Reynolds, Isabel Schmiga, Sven Stuckenschmidt, Rebecca Ann Tess
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THE CLOUD CONNECTION (Open Days)

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The Cloud Connection (Invite)

Turtle Lab Open Days #2:

THE CLOUD CONNECTION

14 – 16 April 2013


with contributions by:
Mirja Busch, Henrike Daum, Andy Graydon, Carolina Hellsgård, Michael Höpfner, Yuki Jungesblut, Judith Karcheter, Delia Keller, Rainer Kohlberger, Jennis Li Cheng Tien, Anna Martinetz, Reiner Matysik, Julia Neuenhausen, Sven Stuckenschmidt and Susanne Weirich

Neither cloud connect nor cloud drive but the misty, the mystic, the banal, the undefined, the ponderous, the adventurous and some pleasant surprises … Come along for a ride!

 

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Turtle Lab Open Days occupy the interim space between studio and exhibition, private and public, casual and serious, work in development and „finished products“. Their objective is to bring together a group of artists from in and around Turtle Lab and thus enter a „cross-media“ symposium  sporting a mixture of individual works and word-exchange possibly triggered by what is on display.

 

THE CLOUD CONNECTION – EXHIBITION VIEWS

Works by (from left): Michael Höpfner, Susanne Weirich, Henrike Daum, Mirja Busch, Carolina Hellsgard, Anna Martinetz, Delia Keller, Yuki Jungesblut, Jennis Li Chien Tieng, Rainer Kohlberger

Works by (from left):
Michael Höpfner, Susanne Weirich (on table), Henrike Daum, Mirja Busch, Carolina Hellsgard, Anna Martinetz (Video), Delia Keller (Video), Yuki Jungesblut, Jennis Li Chieng Tien, Rainer Kohlberger

Cloud Connection - exhibition view

Cloud Connection – exhibition view
Works by: Henrike Daum, Mirja Busch (on floor), Carolina Hellsgard

with works by (from left): yuki jungesblut, Judith Karcheter, Sven Stuckenschmidth, Susanne Weirich, Andy Graydon (background), Reiner Matysik (part only)

with works by (from left):
Yuki jungesblut, Rainer Kohlberger (in front of door),  Judith Karcheter, Sven Stuckenschmidt, Susanne Weirich, Andy Graydon (background), Reiner Matysik (part only)

 

with Works by (from left): Julia Neuenhausen, Andy Graydon, Yuki Jungesblut

with Works by (from left):
Julia Neuenhausen, Andy Graydon, Yuki Jungesblut

DAS GEHORSAME WALROSS UND SEINE BETRACHTER (Open Days)

Turtlelab Open Days:
#1: Das gehorsame Walroß und seine Betrachter
14 – 18 July 2012

with contributions by: Mirja Busch, Henrike Daum, Frederick Foert, Andy Graydon, Tina Isabella Hild, Kerstin Honeit, Michael Höpfner, Yuki Jungesblut, Judith Karcheter, Anna Martinetz, Bjørn Melhus, Reynold Reynolds, Sven Stuckenschmidt

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Options for visitors:

Bring a turtle story/ object/ association. Bring a bottle. Bring a sporty spirit.
Only in the afternoons: Phlegmatier and Hypertier Research Tea

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Turtle Lab Open Days occupy the interim space between studio and exhibition, private and public, casual and serious, work in development and „finished products“. Their objective is to bring together a group of artists from in and around Turtle Lab and thus enter a „cross-media“ symposium sporting a mixture of individual works and word-exchange possibly triggered by what is on display.

The theme for the first installment of Turtlelab Open Days is „Visiting the Zoo“ or more specifically it is a set of associations triggered by the word Zoo. So on display are (obviously) unusual animals and creatures but also records of explorations, categorisations and ponderings. It is not so much the exhaustive treatment of the subject matter that is the aim of the show but rather to engage in the joy of discovery, curiosity and open discussion.

Found Image/

Found Image/

 

AT SAFE DISTANCE

AT SAFE DISTANCE, postcard

AT SAFE DISTANCE, postcard

AT SAFE DISTANCE

a project by Fabrizio Urettini, Matteo Segna and Yuki Jungesblut
5 – 21 September 2008

im Rahmen von „Copyright Projekt #8: HERE THERE AND ANYWHERE – Von Geistern, Hologrammen und anderen Abwesenheiten“

Die fortwährende Faszination für Kriminalfotografie verdeutlicht, wie sehr wir doch noch immer an die „magischen“ Fähigkeiten des Fotoapparats glauben. Aufgrund der Annahme, mit Hilfe der Fotografie Wirklichkeit exakt abbilden zu können, wurde sie schon früh im Dienste der Wissenschaft eingesetzt – aber auch als Instru­ment für kriminalistische Zwecke. Wenngleich die Praxis des Aufzeichnens, Messens und Ordnens als rationales Unternehmen angelegt war, könnte man sie ebenfalls als eine Methode sehen, eine Illusion aufrecht zu halten und ein psychologisches Bedürfnis zu nähren: nämlich moralische und soziale Abweichung durch das Inbesitznehmen ihres Bildes zu kontrollieren. Auch das Verbrecher­foto könnte man so als den vergeblichen Versuch verstehen, verbrecherische Tendenzen zu beobachten und gleichzeitig eine sichere Distanz zu bewahren.

Weitere Informationen: safedistance_handout_german

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Exhibition Views

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Exhibition Views

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Corridor

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Corridor

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Crime Scenes

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Crime Scenes

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Detail

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Detail

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Historical Line Up Photos

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Historical Line Up Photos

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Finger Prints

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Finger Prints

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Historical Mugshots

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Exhibition View

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Exhibition View

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Exhibition View

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Exhibition View

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Contemporary (more or less) wanted posters

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Contemporary (more or less) wanted posters

AT SAFE DISTANCE - Corridor

AT SAFE DISTANCE – Corridor