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Group exhibition

»THE WAY THE WORLD APPEARS«

Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie / Seminar with Tobias Kruse

Eike Ahlhausen, Caroline Benz, Jens Elksnat, Kattrin Faber, Birthe Grzemba, Jürgen Keiper, Tobias Kruse, Carola Lampe, Lena Philipp, Ricarda Hartmann, Martin Steger, Sabrina Weniger, Svenja Wiese

THE WAY THE WORLD APPEARS is an exhibition project of the seminar 2017/18 with Tobias Kruse at Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie Berlin. The photographers have spent a year focussing on their surrounding reality. The resulting projects deal with the personal environment as well as aspects of social reality on a large and small scale.

Exhibition flyer (back side) | PDF Download (996 KB)

In the beginning, there is reality. We see reality, the camera sees it and yet both don’t synchronise. But is this discrepancy just due to the inadequacy of the technical apparatus on one hand and its perfection on the other? Is reality a narrative that lies behind the image? Maybe reality is, too, what we construct through the picture itself. Or isn’t reality equally distant and alien to both narrative and construction? Nothing is as it seems. The projects realised in the seminar of Tobias Kruse document the disintegration of a trivial reality, of sensual imagery and of aesthetical fascination. In the end it is clear: Nothing seems as it is.

With works by
Eike Ahlhausen, Caroline Benz, Jens Elksnat, Kattrin Faber, Birthe Grzemba, Jürgen Keiper, Tobias Kruse, Carola Lampe, Lena Philipp, Ricarda Hartmann, Martin Steger, Sabrina Weniger, Svenja Wiese

Text: Jürgen Keiper
Translation: Carola Lampe

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April 20 — 22, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 19, 7 pm
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Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin
[Kreuzberg | Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg]

Opening hours: Daily 11 am – 8 pm

Admission free

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»IDENTITY« Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie – Seminar Thomas Meyer

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien [Kreuzberg]
April 20 — 22, 2018
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