Installation: -tainment Artist: An exhibition about the consequences of technically and digitally manipulated images, focusing on new media genres such as Edutainment, Infotainment and Militainment, exploring the displacement of reality through its media representation.
January 13 January 27
Video: Disobedience Artist: An exhibition and video station regarding the relationship between artistic practice and civil disobedience.
January 14 February 17
Podewils'sches Palais/ Kubus
February 3 February 13
Installation: Run Motherfucker Run! Artist: De Nijs, Marnix [nl] The installation combines 'expanded cinema' with interactive media art. The visitor is no virtual navigator, but has to explore the movie with full physical involvement.
singuhr - hörgalerie in parochial
February 3 February 13
Installation: Spatial Sounds (100dB at 100 km/h) Artist: Van der Heide, Edwin [nl], De Nijs, Marnix [nl] An interactive audio installation. 'Spatial Sounds' (100dB at 100km/h) builds up a physically tangible relationship with the visitor, since it is the game of attracting and repelling between machine and visitor that determines its sound and movement.
Podewils'sches Palais/ Studio 1
February 3 February 8
Installation: Stationsraum für assimilativen Zahlwitz Artist: Kubli, Thom [de] In a white room, ten cubes are placed symmetrically on the floor. The objects are made out of yellow gelatine. Each of them contains a voice coil from which audio-signals - spoken numbers from one to ten - are emitted.
February 4 February 6
Installation: Transit Station Berlin 2005 Artist: transitstation Berlin is a mixed disciplinary art event featuring live art and performance, music, dance, theatre, film and video.
GIMA - gallery for international media art
February 4 February 28
February 4 February 18
Video: DinnerFor1 Artist: Hamann, Sigune [de] DinnerFor1 will be launched on 4 February 2005 at 6pm in a special screening reception for the press and invited guests and will be introduced by Sean Rainbird, Senior Curator, Tate.
February 4 December 1
Screenbased: RAW DATA Artist: visomat inc. [de] RAW DATA displays the machine-like character of a modern office building and allows this machine to interact with its environment. The installation plays with traces left behind by users of the building, the installation, and the urban surroundings, and makes these data accessible through various visualisations, accessible to the observer.
Galerie Zero Berlin
February 5 February 18
Workshop: C-BASICS Artist: Since 1995 the c-base reconstruction project (CPRP) is continuously exploring the BASICS of human evolution. Understanding this evolution as the result of an artificially induced time loop - caused by the renowned crashed space station underneath Berlin-Mitte: the c-base. The exploration of these gigantic future heritage relics is focussing all the aspects of scientific research done by the c-base e.V. Besides this basic research the last decade saw the establishing of a variety of independent community practices and structures accompanying the lives and artistic works of the c-base crew and their associated partners.