Documentation by Andreas Kebschull
Documentation by Andreas Kebschull
Exhibition / Film Screening / Film Performances
LaborBerlin celebrates the analogue hand-processed film in a three-day event that includes an exhibition, a film program, and live film performances.
DIFFRAKTION is LaborBerlin’s very own annual event that showcases new works by its members and friends. After two successful editions in 2010 and 2011, LaborBerlin will once again take over Stattbad Wedding’s exhibition spaces and swimming pool hall. DIFFRAKTION will present a three-day exhibition, a film screening, and a performance night.
DIFFRAKTION kicks off with the opening of the exhibition on Thursday, February 16th at 6pm, and culminates on Saturday, February 18th with a film screening and special live acts. The closing party will take place in the swimming pool hall. LaborBerlin is proud to present Étienne Caire as a special guest. On Saturday evening Étienne Caire and Xavier Quérel will present their live cinema performance Chéri-Chéri-16mm projector, 33cl rock´n´roll.
February 17th ‒ 18th 2012
Fr ‒ Sa | 15h ‒ 20h
Opening | Thursday, 16th February 2012 | 6 pm
With installations by Andreas Kebschull and Andreas Zech, Doireann O’Malley, Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn, Juan David Gonzales Monroy.
Film Screening / Performance / Party
February 18th 2012 | 8 pm
Admission 5 Euro
Super 8, 16mm and digital projections. Works by Gustavo Jahn & Melissa Dullius; Arnaud Gerber; Jakob Kirchheim; Juan David Gonzales Monroy and Anja Dornieden; Nadja Tobias and Joen Szmidt; Blank Blank; Deborah Phillips; Guillaume Cailleau; Clara Bausch; Christopher Becks; Michel Balagué.
Juan David Gonzales Monroy, Anja Dornieden, Lewis Watkins and Tobias Duvefjord, Chéri-Chéri
Traditionally with the charming Rebeka Bar (Super8 and Vodka on wheels)
DJs: Edo Nisme; General Zaza; DJ Télépathe; Bill Robin
Visuals: Paul Prendergast; Nadja Tobias; Beatpix
Gerichtstraße 65, 13347 Berlin
S+U Wedding , S Humboldthain
Press contact: Melissa Dullius, email@example.com
LaborBerlin’s Loop Orchestrator Guillaume Cailleau collaborates with Werner Dafeldecker on a live cinema performance this upcoming Saturday at Regenbogen Kino, starting 8:30pm. The performance will be followed by a concert by the French musician Antez. Clearly a MUST-see for radical cinephiles!
Performance by Guillaume Cailleau and Werner Dafeldecker
(2 super 8 projectors with loops and feedback mixer. 15 min.)
Tangible sound, beating under the skin, wrapped into an envelope of stereo film projection. The sound is accomplished within the vibrating human body, elevating it in its firm grip, allowing to transcend into a different space/time. Two super 8mm projectors create a vibrating space for this body, wrapping it in the pulsing of colors, the interfering frequencies of light. A transcendent analogue experience, physical, radical, handmade, and live.
From 11-14 August the film collective and laboratory LaborBerlin presents Intricate Machines at the project space MicaMoca in Berlin Wedding.
Intricate Machines consists of an exhibition with film and video installations, slide shows and sound works from various artists. The exhibition opens on Thursday, 11 August at 8pm.
On Saturday, 13 August there will be a night of performances starting at 6pm with a live sitcom shoot, followed by a series of film performances, culminating in a collective film performance with 25 film projectors by LaborBerlin and guests.
Nike Arnold, Clara Bausch, Christopher Becks, cinema copains, Guillaume Cailleau, Werner Dafeldecker, Distruktur, Anja Dornieden, Annette Frick, Svetlana Ivanova, Andreas Kebschull, Sara Lehn, Marcin Malaszczak, Juan David Gonzales Monroy, Irene Revolte, Carrie Roseland, Mantas Salcius, Gabriel Rossell Santillan, Michal Shilo, and members of the LaborBerlin collaborative as Loop Orchestra
See you there!
MicaMoca, Lindower Strasse 22 S/U Wedding
Before the screening we’ll have a barbeque in Panke’s garden by the canal in good weather, or in Panke’s roofed driveway if it rains. We’ll start at around 6pm, come early, meet the filmmakers, programmers, and organisers, and hang out! After the screening there will be a record release party of DZA, who will play a complete live set with support by the Finest Ego DJ’s Area Boy, Binh, Gordon & Puzzle. The night will host a broad sonic mixture between Hip Hop, Electronic, Dubstep, Wonky and Glitch. Find more info about the party here.
Please note, the screening will start at 8:30 sharp, so please be on time!
Cut and Run began in early 2009 in San Francisco as a single screening event at Artists Television Access. It has since evolved into an annual traveling film festival, nationally and now internationally, featuring experimental and avant-garde cinema, both contemporary and past works. C + R celebrates works that deviate from mainstream and traditional cinema and opt towards authentic, brave, challenging, stylized, alternative and imagined subjects.
Since its start in 2004, Flexfest has become one of the most important festivals for experimental media in USA, challenging us to rethink what ‘experimental’ means. Roger Beebe, who is the artistic director of Flexfest, and who is currently teaching a 5 week workshop at LaborBerlin, will present the program.
On Wednesday, April 6th, after our regular monthly meeting, we’ll present the Analógika workshop results at 10PM. During a 9-day-workshop, led by LaborBerlin members Linn Löffler and Michel Balagué, in Budapest, Hungary, 16 participants learned to work with analog film material (super 8 and 16 mm) including shooting, developing and editing.
Tamás Novinszki, Bálint Márk Túri, David Fekete, Szilárd Szarvas, Mihály Lukács, Csilla Latos, Vékony Dorottya, Charles Thibeault, Ember Sári, Róbert Sági, Ákos Nyoszoli, Ilona Fedor, Marin Coper, Irina Ioana Alexiu, Norbert Tihanics, and Mikulik Péter Huba