The galleries in Berlin are currently closed to visitors until further notice in order to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. Stay healthy, STAY AT HOME, and enjoy exploring the artworks digitally here on PiB! ps: Also follow PiB on Instagram for the upcoming takeovers by gallerists & artists!
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Group Exhibition

»DID WE GET LOST –
A Photographic Investigation in Asia«

ILLUSTRATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS by
Ragna Arndt-Marić, Samuel Baum, Eric Berg, Johanna Berghorn, Marlene Binder, Leon Hahn, Mario Horto, Julia Jung, Isabell Kessler, Lia Laukant, Andrew Lewis, Luis Maximilian Limberg, Victoria Mayr, Juliana Rainer, Lucrezia Rossi, Gina Stephan, Leander von Thien, Chris Wiemer

The exhibition DID WE GET LOST is the product of a interdisciplinary excursion by the University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Art & Design, that took place in the Spring of 2018 and visited Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. A 96 page catalogue by Arash Sabbagh will appear in October 2018 during the European Month of Photography in Berlin.

Travel and the cultural exchange that goes along with it have become a mass phenomenon – yet it’s contradicted by the recent nationalist movements and xenophobic leanings in our Western liberal society. DID WE GET LOST – A Photographic Investigation in Asia is an interdisciplinary project module that examines questions in cultural representation in terms of media theory. An excursion of students and instructors of the Art and Design department to Southeast Asia served as a departure point for a visual expression of previously formulated questions on the role of the traveler and discoverer abroad as well as the representation of the other in photography. What concepts lead to an image that awakens a desire for foreign lands and yet withstands the test of actual sensory contact? The group exhibition at the UE Gallery invites viewers to take part in a dialogue with these photographs of faraway places. See more on Instagram.

Program

05.10.2018, 7pm
VERNISSAGE & Magazine Launch

06. – 28.10.2018
EXHIBITION
Mo – Fr 10am – 7pm
Sa 12am – 6pm

13.10.2018, 2pm
Film Screening
LIGHTER THAN ORANGE – The Legacy of Dioxin in Vietnam
72min, Dir. Matthias Leupold, 2015

20.10.2018, 2pm
Guided tour

27.10.2018, 2pm
Guided tour

28.10.2018, 5pm
FINISSAGE

Oct 6 — 28, 2018
Opening Reception & Magazine Launch: Friday, Oct 5, 7 pm
+ Framework program: please see above

Berlin Campus: Dessauer Straße 3 – 5, 10963 Berlin
[Kreuzberg | Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg]

Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10 am – 7 pm, Sat 12 – 6 pm

Admission free

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