Heavy Matter
Photo Documentation

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Exhibition View (left: Akiro Hellgardt, right: Karin Lingnau)


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Exhibition View (left: Anna Gonzales Suero, middle: Akiro Hellgardt, right: Karin Lingnau)


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Exhibition View (front: Miri Shin, middle: Karin Lingnau, back: Theresa Krause)


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Exhibition View (left: Jongwon Choi, right: So Young Park)


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Exhibition View (left: Jongwon Choi, right: Tobias Daemgen)


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Exhibition View (left: Karin Lingnau)


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Dream Water Wonderland, Hörner|Antlfinger


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Opening Speach, Andreas Broeckmann (left) and Ute Hörner (right)


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Opening Speach (front: KaiserFreiStuhl2, Laura Popplow)


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Fungifiction, Laura Popplow / Tine Tillmann


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Happiness Beta, Wonbaek Shin


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KaiserFreiStuhl², Laura Popplow


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Yacht Kaiserstuhl, Echo Ho / Lasse Scherffig

 
Exhibition and Panel

Westfalenforum Dortmund / Orchesterzentrum|NRW, Dortmund
20th to 29th of August 2010
Exhibition opening hours: daily 10:00-20:00


At the turn of the 21st Century, new media has become a matter of course and the technology of electronic data processing is constantly being perfected. Just how immaterial is data really? Does it not carry a certain amount of weight, after all? In the exhibition – developed by students and members of the teaching staff of the KHM – the immaterial is exposed as “Heavy Matter”. Heavy does matter: objectively, physically and financially. Matter appears as an autonomous (disruptive) factor between transmitter and receiver.


Exhibition with the participation of:
Céline Berger, Jongwon Choi, Tobias Daemgen, Anna Gonzalez Suero, Akiro Hellgardt, Echo Ho/Lasse Scherffig, Derek Holzer, Hörner/Antlfinger, Sion Jeong, Sunjha Kim, Theresa Krause, Karin Lingnau, Ji Hyun Park, Jun Park, So Young Park, Laura Popplow, Martin Rumori, Miri Shin, Wonbaek Shin, Tine Tillman

 
Locations

Orchesterzentrum|NRW
Brückstraße 47
44135 Dortmund


Westfalenforum
Kampstraße 37-39
44137 Dortmund

 
ISEA2010 RUHR is funded by


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Thanks to Westfalenforum