NEWS: EXHIBITIONS/ EVENTS/ETC
23 Feb – 28 March 2020
MIRA FORUM, Porto, Portugal
Yuki Jungesblut has spent 3 months as an artist in residence at MIRA FORUM. The point of departure for her research was the concept of Nanban – a Japanese word, originally meaning Southern barbarians, which later was used to designate the Portuguese (who were the first Europeans to arrive in Japan) and now has become more like a synonym for exotic/foreign/fancy/odd.
Her idea was simple – to explore that foreign land called Portugal with Porto as her port of call and listen out for echoes of Japan and search for stories, histories and crossovers between ideas, countries and centuries gone by. In this exhibition she stages her ongoing research as a photo oriented mind space, drawing on everyday observations, cultural artifacts and an obvious delight in tracing the migration of forms, patterns and motives and ideas.
13 March – 30 April 2020
das erste mal ZUM ZWEITEN MAL
Marburger Kunstverein, Marburg
Stephanie Bachmann / Sofia Greff / Simone Häckel / Yuki Jungesblut /
Kirsten Kötter / Katrin Leitner / Michaela Meise /
Milen Miltchev / Tim Otto Roth / Catrine Val
27 Oct – 10 November 2017
For THE PARK the point of departure is Michelangelo Antonioni’s seminal film BLOW UP from 1966, with its photographer protagonist and underlying questions of what constitutes truth and reality. In the film it is the park where the photographer chances upon a couple of which he takes photos initially on the sly, where he via photography discovers a potential murder and where in the end he can hear the sound of an absent tennis ball.
In 2016, 50 years after the film was released, I visited Maryon Park in Greenwich, London, where the film was shot. My question was very open ended. What would I find there? Would there be some resonance to the world of the film? Can you find some traces to reconstruct a memory (effectively of something that has never happened)? Some answers, and some further questions can be found in the pieces that are brought together in the space of this exhibition. The photos, texts and objects invite the visitor to enter a game of speculation, somewhere between fiction, history and reality, somewhere between the specific and the general.
Effectively, the hope is that, as in the film, the park can be seen as a scene of challenge but also the scene of free play, the playground for imagination.
THE PARK is part of READINGS, an ongoing project, in which I take cues from literature, cinema or history to visit the corresponding contemporary real world settings. These visits then form the basis for a new work developed from the spirit found on location in dialogue with the original work. This inter-textual project looks at questions of collective and individual memory, imagination and longings and currently relates them to a quest to re-imagine and contextualise romanticism (and Europe).
HIER, Langhansstrasse 116, 13086 Berlin
Exhibition/Concert/ BERLIN OPEN STUDIO (BOS)
2 – 12 September 2017
BOS 2017: GHOST STATIONS
@TURTLELAB BERLIN, Berlin
Three artist studios in Berlin open their doors and present works by:
Brittany Brush, Mirja Busch, Bettina Cohnen, Jakob Dobers, Malcolm Green, Yuki Jungesblut, Eva Koethen, David Krippendorff, Cody Maher, Signe Mähler, Louise Manifold, Julia Mensch, Ann Noel, Mira O’Brien, Sharon Paz, Daniel Permanetter, Grzegorz Pleszynski, Verena Seibt & Clea Stracke, Wolfram DER Spyra, Craig Stewart, Lena Szankay, Anja Teske
Please check schedule for various locations in Berlin at BOS website
with Mirja Busch, Yuki Jungesblut, David Krippendorff, Mira O’Brian, Sharon Paz, Craig Stewart and the Ghost Members
Turtlelab Berlin, Schwedterstr. 262, 10119 Berlin
and Jakob Dobers & Wolfram Spyra in concert on Saturday 2nd September from 8 pm
FIT Freie Internaionale Tankstelle, Schwedterstr. 261, 10119 Berlin
GROUP SHOW and concerts
23 June – 30 July 2017
Far from the deathless gods
Elysium 2017 by moving poets
MUSRARA MIX FESTIVAL
6 – 8 JUNE 2017
EXHIBITION IN PUBLIC SPACE/THE NAGGAR SCHOOL OF ART
Exhibition/Artist Talk/ BERLIN OPEN STUDIO (BOS)
5 – 15 September 2016
BOS 2017: UNDERCOVER
10 artist studios open their doors and present works by:
Elvira Amor, Ulrike Ettinger, Lucie Fontaine, Annette Fritze, Valentina Galossi, Helene Hellmich, Eliana Heredia, Mareike Jacobi, Thari Jungen, Yuki Jungesblut, Susanne Kilian, Brigitte Kratochwill, Vincent Krempf, David Krippendorff, Klaus Lipke, Louise Manifold, Tomoko Mori, Gulnur Mukazhanova, Mira O’Brien, Sharon Paz, Daniel Permanetter, Fabian Ramos, Alan Ruiz, Elsa Salonen, Astrid Silvia Schönhagen, Isabella Sedeka, Edouard Steinhauer, Anja Teske, Claudia de la Torre, Veronica Wüst, Eriko Yamazaki
Please check schedule for various locations in Berlin
David Krippendorff, Sharon Paz and Yuki Jungesblut
Turtlelab Berlin, Schwedterstr. 262, 10119 Berlin
3 – 11 September 2016
Curated by Copyright Berlin (Ute Lindner and Patrick Huber)
Roland Fuhrmann · Rafał Górczyński · Patrick Huber · Franz John · Yuki Jungesblut · Michael Kurzwelly · Georgia Krawiec · Ute Lindner · Thomas Scheffer · Wolfram Spyra · Kasia Górczyńska · Arnim Huber / Nicole Faber · Karina Lejeune · Spyra / Roksana Vikaluk
Schwedter Strasse 19, D–16303 Schwedt / Ot. Vierraden
Opening on Saturday, September 3 at 2 pm (followed by a party)
Finissage at Day of the Open Memorials on Sunday, September 11 from 12 am to 5 pm
2 pm guided tour through the exhibition
28 May – 24 August 2016
@ Studio im Hochhaus, Berlin
Curated by Max Sudhues
Matthew Burbidge, Astrid Busch, Lena von Gödeke, Yuki Jungesblut, Ulrike Mohr, Daniel Silver
Opening/ Eröffnung: 31 May 2016, 7 p.m.
Mo-Do 11-19 Uhr, Fr 11-18 Uhr, So 14-18 Uhr
Studio im Hochhaus
Zingster Straße 25
28 & 29 November 2015
TRACE A LINE
Organized by Sven Stuckenschmidt
Caroline Bayer, Henrike Daum, Pierre Granoux, Tina Isabella Hild, Yuki Jungesblut, Judith Karcheter, Andreas Märker, Matthieu Martin, Olivia W. Seiling, Tommy Støckel, Sven Stuckenschmidt, Max Sudhues, Evgenija Wassilew, Liao Wenfeng, Bignia Wehrli, Markus Willeke
Lines on paper, in space, on photos or on screens, inner lines and outlines, constructivist, suprematist, minimalist, thick or thin, in the grid or gestural, connecting or dividing: Trace a line.
And because according to Klee a line is a dot that went for a walk each kind of dot may also join in.
Friday, Nov 27, 2015, 7 – 10 pm
Sat + Sun, Nov 28 + 29, 2 – 6 pm
EXHIBITION/ OPEN STUDIO
29 & 30 August 2015
TURTLE LAB STUDIOS
Schwedterstr. 262, 10119 Berlin
18 – 25 July 2015
25 JAHRE KÜNSTLERHAUS AM ACKER
INSTITUT FÜR ALLES MÖGLICHE, BERLIN
Ackerstr. 18, Berlin
JANUARY 9 – FEBRUARY 27, 2015
#TABS – TEMPORARY ARTIST’S BOOK SHOP
Curated in & by
LAGE EGAL RAUM FÜR AKTUELLE KUNST, BERLIN
WED – FRI, 2 – 6 PM + SAT 2 – 5 PM & BY APPOINTMENT
(Many artist books and multiples on display, including Cloud Country)
Artist Book, Softcover, A5 horizontal, 2009/2014
Friday 5 December 2014, from 7 p.m.
@ Institut für ALLES MÖGLICHE, Ackerstr. 18, Berlin (Mitte)/ Bücherei + Abteilung für Alles Andere
Lightness and transience with Yuki Jungesblut and special guest Wolfram DER Spyra.
This evening sees the release of the long overdue artist book „Cloud Country“ by Yuki Jungesblut for YUKITV TOURIST RESEARCH BOOKS: Cloud Country documents exactly one journey (from Tokyo to Paris). And while observing landscapes of clouds and countries from the sky a sense of wonder and discovery in the albeit distant reencounter with this planet is found and cherished. The book will be accompanied by spontaneous intermissions by DER Spyra, whose newly released album „Staub“ will also be available this evening.
For more information please see:
27 September – 25 October 2014
Identity, Borders and Transformation
with: Yuki Jungesblut, Rola Khayyat and Ahmed Zidan, Sharon Paz, Petra Spielhagen, Chryssa Tsampazi
curated by: Kerstin Karge and Sharon Paz
Travel, time zones, jet lag, departures. The disquiet of our globalised lives changes us. We have to stand our ground in constantly changing circumstances. What we have to do, where we have to go, what time we have to arrive — it is often our calendar that dictates all this. But where are we, who are we and what belongs to us? PERSONAL TERRITORIES is an exhibition by six international artists whose works pose questions of how we move — continually crossing borders, blurring time, meeting changing expectations. Photographs, videos, installations and performances prompt reflection on borders, borders as barriers, borders as portals to the unknown — and reflection on lack of boundaries. Physically bounded territories become readable as symbols, the effect of symbolic boundaries on the intimacy of the body. The artists move as travellers, experimenters, seekers of refuge, correspondents.
Performance: „I Got A Plan To Get Us Out Of Here“, Chryssa Tsampazi, 10 October 2014, 19h
Finissage: Lecture and discussion with Ingo Arend, catalog release event, 24 October 2014, 19h
N.B. Here you can have a look at one version of HOTEL LEIPZIG.