101PS IS A FLUID WORKGROUP,
WHICH REINVENTS ITSELF CONSTANTLY FROM THE INSIDE.
A ROOM FOR TRYOUTS, A SPACE TO CONNECT, A PLACE WITHOUT BOUNDARIES NEVER TIRED, HIGHLY CONTEMPORARY ALWAYS ALERT FOR NEW DISCOURSES, NEW AESTHETICS AWARE OF THE NOISE OF TIME. COMBINING DIFFERENT SETTINGS, MINDS AND THE UNKNOWN PROVED TO LEAVE FREQUENCY.


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SOMETHING COULD BE SAVED

In the exhibition ’Something could be saved', Anne Büscher deals with the physical properties of electricity in its natural form. To use energy as a material - means in this case to demand its own laws from electricity and to find an adequate form for its essence; from which new possibilities and new paths are constantly being derived.
Electricity is a medium that is not visible on its own, but constantly surrounds us. It is universal, but is usually not perceived as material. The name electricity was taken from the Greek word for amber electron.
As early in antiquity, it was discovered that amber, when rubbed against it (e.g. with a piece of leather), would exert a force on the body.

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OCCASION

101PS and BetterTogether have joined forces to present playing as a charity exhibition. Every purchase is a donation for a good cause while supporting young artists and creators.

Occasion is an event based on the former exhibition of Homo Ludens: the playing human is an explanatory model according to which humans develop their abilities primarily through play.

with works from: Anna Hofmann, Anna Richter, Baiba Soma, Elissa Lacoste, Eliza Ballesteros, Fan.collective, Fenja Cambeis, Hélène Padoux, Katharina Schilling, Lorenz Reinsch, Neven Allgeier, Sonja Yakovleva, Willem Van Hoff

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SPECULUM

«Speculum» is a cross-disciplinary project aiming to create a space for reflection about intimacy, nakedness, sexuality and gender identity. Since too often the term «body» is contrasted with «mind» and thus used to designate a separate reality from the rest of our «being», this project concerns the (re)discovery of the body as an integral part of self-identification.

Refusing the notions of indecency and shame, we want to promote a climate of curiosity and acceptance around nakedness. What relationship do you have to your own genitalia? How do we feel in our skin in the moment of exposure to someone else’s gaze? Is there a clear-cut line between empowerment and oppression of our bodies?

Bringing together various fields of artistic practice, this exhibition strives to explore the physicality of our bodies without reducing them to flesh, asking what it means to be naked in a hypersexualized world.

T: Katharina Stahlhofen




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