KAMERA SERIES | EXPERIMENTAL FILMS AND PRINTED MATTER / THIRD EDITION
KAMERA is back for the third year with a new screening program and exhibition of moving images, video art works and artists’ books in a former GDR building in Berlin, focusing on critical exchanges about contemporary image.
KAMERA CAHIER is an artists’ booklet to be published in a special edition issue for each event.
11 – 15 March (Sunday closed)
2 – 6 pm
FRIDAY, 10 March
6 PM: OPENING and launch of KAMERA CAHIER N°7
8 PM LIVE PERFORMANCE w/super8 and 16mm film projectors
WEDNESDAY, 15 March
8 PM FINISSAGE – LIVE PERFORMANCE w/super8 and 16mm film projectors
LIMITED PLACES, register to reserve your place (free) at this link: kamera-series-sergej-vutuc.eventbrite.de
2nd backyard | 4th floor | room 11/12
UPDATES @avarie.publishing | @laborneunzehn
Originally from the former Yugoslavia, Sergej Vutuc has been engaged in the punk and skateboarding community since the mid 90’s, driven towards DIY ethics and alternative cultures. His work begins by documenting the (over)development of modern society and the privatization of public space and leads into the exploration of image, through photography and photocopy, motion and sound, human happenings such as performances, art book events and exhibitions, or book productions. The machine is a tool rather than a technique: photocopiers become musical instruments, noise emerges as a publication or encounters the visual in super 8 and 16mm films.
Vutuc lives in Paris where his most recent enterprise consists in encouraging print and physical productions under the name A La Maison Printing.
For a selection of his performances, exhibitions and publications, please follow this link www.sergejvutuc.com
KAMERA is a series curated by
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.
AVARIE| a Paris-Berlin based independent publisher, specializing in contemporary art books and exploring the relationship between texts and images, body and space.
KAMERA is kindly supported by Dezentrale Kulturarbeit Berlin-Treptow.
© films by Sergej Vutuc