LABOR NEUNZEHN and AVARIE are very pleased to announce their collaboration and invite you to:

KAMERA SERIES | experimental films and printed matter

KAMERA is a new screening program and exhibition of avant-garde films, video art works and artists’ books in a former GDR building in Berlin.

Four appointments of four intensive days each featuring four international artists through December 2021 and focusing on critical exchanges about contemporary image making.

KAMERA cahier is an artists’ booklet to be published in a special edition issue for each event.


30 September – 3 October

2 – 6 pm
opening and book launch Wednesday 29 September, 6 pm

12435 Berlin

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Lina Selander’s films and installations can be read as compositions or thought models, where ideas and conditions are explored and weighed. She examines relationships between memory and perception, photography and film, and language and image. Her works constitute a dense archive of observations, occasionally in dialogue with other films, art or literature.

Lina Selander’s solo shows include Kunst Haus Wien; Argos – Centre for Art and Media, Brussels; Iniva, London; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; VOX – Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal.

She was the Swedish representative at the Venice Biennale 2015. A selection of her group shows include: The Kyiv Biennale 2015; Seoul Media City Biennale 2014; Manifesta 2012 in Belgium.


KAMERA is a series curated by

AVARIE | a Paris-Berlin based independent publisher, specializing in contemporary art books and exploring the relationship between texts and images, body and space.

Labor Neunzehn is an artist-run project engaged in a cross-disciplinary discourse on time-based-art that involves expanded cinema, modern music, publishing, and the critical reflection in media art.



This event is kindly supported by Dezentrale Kulturarbeit Berlin-Treptow and IASPIS, Stockholm.


[* Hygienic Measures: The general distancing rules are to be maintained in all buildings. Guests and staff are requested to sanitise their hands before entering the buildings. Throughout the building, all persons over the age of 6 are required to wear a medical mask.

Admission: A negative antigen test, a proof of vaccination or of recovery will be required at the entrance. Upon admission, the contact details of the visitors will be recorded via eventbrite or manually via a handout. After the 14-day retention period, the contact data will be deleted or destroyed.

Accessibility: Our venue is located on the fourth floor but is wheelchair accessible by lift. ]


ph © Lina Selander and Oscar Mangione, Silphium, 22:00 min, b/w, sound and silent, 2014.