Montag 19. – Samstag 24. Oktober 2015, 14 – 18 Uhr

Basma Alsharif | Phillip Barker | Lucas Battich | Crystal Beacon | Nicholas Brooks | Daya Cahen | Sarah Christman | Oliver Husain | Maria Kourkouta | Evan Meaney | Dolissa Medina | Rembrand Quiballo | Tabita Rezaire | Catherine Ross | Alexander Stewart | Tina Takemoto | Juha Van Ingen | Helena Wittmann

Unfamiliar objects, obscure forces, reification, media saturated world, refracted pixilation, electronic exhibitionism, .prproj format, stage of in-process-ness, incarceration, queer meditation, ephemeral life of material objects, recycling of matter, diamond frames, waste, asphalt, macadam, to gasp, to crave, locked, to come out, to rise up, earth’s surface, control surface, skin, photocopies, white sheet of paper, expanding minds, hypnosis, autohypsnosis, bilocating, make-up, decompose, disintegrate the video signal.

International artists have been invited to contribute their films to create different ways of perceiving, transforming, articulating, deconstructing the subtext that triggers the title of this series. The things of the world are not represented by our minds at any given moment, and usually their life is not accessible to us, but hidden, concealed, or withdrawn. Whether we stay, go beyond or beneath, we are moving around the surface, by a language of desire and suppression that turns the interiority inside-out and inflects the outward forms in a moltitude of facets. From the RGB screen in itself to precise political and postcolonial contexts, from war to entertainment, from dream to vision, we come across the surface. A concealing-movement that will be fulfilled optically, and with a self-published catalogue, distributed in occasion of the event.

Beyond the surface is the first event of the series Kamera, a non-regular screening programme, to present avant-garde films, video art works and experimental documentaries in a thematic row, within a specific time-frame.

Labor Neunzehn
Kiefholzstraße 19
12435 Berlin
(Eingang durch den Hof, im Durchgang zum 2. Hof rechts am Gitter vorbei, hinten Eingang links, 4. Stock/Aufzug)

19. – 24. 10.  2015 | 14 – 18 Uhr