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REOPENING: JSC BERLIN & JSC DÜSSELDORF
Saturday May 22, 2021
Sunday 23 May 2021
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As a result of the currently applicable Corona Protection Ordinance, JSC Düsseldorf will close from April 20, 2021 until further notice.
JAN BONNY & ALEX WISSEL
JUPP, WATT HAMWER JEMAHT?
In the course of beuys 2021. 100 years of joseph beuys JSC Düsseldorf shows the feature film JUPP, WATT HAMWER JEMAHT? by Jan Bonny & Alex Wissel. This is a hybrid of film and theater production, the stage setting of which can also be understood as a space-consuming installation. The production is to be understood as a satire on the art world of the noughties in Germany, torn between politics and art, authenticity, staging and lies, morality and power. In the midst of the film scene, Joseph Beuys appears again and again as a ghost of the past.
Among others with Joachim Król and Bibiana Beglau.
The screening takes place every Sunday at 4 p.m. in the JSC Düsseldorf cinema (basement).
Jan Bonny (* 1979) lives and works in Cologne.
Alex Wissel (* 1983) lives and works in Düsseldorf and Munich.
JSC Düsseldorf presents the 16 mm film Social plastic (1969) by Lutz Mommartz. The film is the filmmaker's homage to his artist colleague who died in 1986 and who is still known today for his confrontational political and artistic stance. Beuys did not shy away from arguments and came into direct contact with his audience. Social plastic shows this in the form of a filmic portrait in which Beuys ’face can be seen. His eyes fix the audience with a camera view that appears endlessly in a loop.
The screening takes place every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the JSC Düsseldorf cinema (basement).
Lutz Mommartz (* 1934) lives and works in Düsseldorf. The experimental filmmaker's work is currently being shown in a major retrospective at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.
Due to the current circumstances in connection with the COVID-19 virus, the opening of JSC ON VIEW: MYTHOLOGISTS and JEREMY SHAW: QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY at JSC Düsseldorf has been postponed.
The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is looking forward to informing you of new dates soon!
In the meantime, please visit our media library, where works from the JSC ON VIEW: MYTHOLOGISTS exhibition can already be seen online, or take a look at the booklet that came with the exhibition.
CATHERINA CRAMER & GIULIETTA OCKENFUSS, UNLEASH THE BEAST
The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is pleased to announce the premiere of Unleash the Beast - Chapter 1: The Aquatic Ape by Catherina Cramer & Giulietta Ockenfuß. The video will be streamed from December 14th, 6:00 p.m. - December 21st, 8:00 p.m. on www.jsc.art/mediathek.
The video workUnleash the Beastmixes elements from television documentaries and fictional films. The combination of both formats breaks up patriarchal forms of narration and questions how history is written. The first chapter of the four-part series tells of a female aquatic monkey whose life path imagines a feminist evolutionary story. The film material, which was recorded exclusively with the mobile phone, was created during the artists' four-month stay in Mexico. It consists of obviously scripted, performative conversations and investigative interviews with real people. Unleash the Beastis the first collaboration between Catherina Cramer and Giulietta Ockenfuß.
Catherina Cramer is a LKART studio grant recipient 2019, a funding program of the JSC since 2018.
The artists would like to thank their interview partners María Ornelas Berho and Iván Gonzáles Apodaca as well as the mask artists Gilberto Linares and Byrol Jimenez. The work was realized with the kind support of the Hessische Kulturstiftung, the Kunststiftung NRW (“Junge Szene”) and the Filmwerkstatt Düsseldorf e.V.
The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is pleased to announce its exhibition program for 2021:
A FIRE IN MY BELLY
6 February – 12 December 2021
JSC ON VIEW: MYTHOLOGISTS
January 17 – June 6, 2021
JEREMY SHAW: QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY
January 17 – June 6, 2021
In accordance with the new infection protection regulations of the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION will be temporarily closed from November 2, 2020.
At JSC Düsseldorf we would like to invite you to visit the new exhibitions JSC ON VIEW: MYTHOLOGISTS and JEREMY SHAW - QUANTIFICATION TRILOGY in January 2021.
At JSC Berlin we look forward to welcoming you to a new exhibition in February 2021.
With a new videoMOUTHLESS(2020)
Rituality, mythology, historiography and the relationship between man and nature are at the center of the new video workMOUTHLESS (2020), which is laid out as a folk horror story. In terms of content, the video work links historical traditions of witch trials in the Swiss region of Friborg with Eastern European folklore, magical rites and contemporary healing practices. On view are documentary recordings of a performance with several readers, animated sequences of abstract shapes and landscapes, as well as scenes shot in the forest. Based on the artists' research on "witchcraft" as a transhistorical and transcultural practice, isMOUTHLESS as an attempt at a solemn evocation and communication with the disabled and the deceased - whether human, animal or plant.
On the occasion of Berlin Art Week, JSC Berlin is open from Thursday, September 10th to Sunday, September 13th, from 12 noon to 6 p.m.
On the occasion of the Open Monument Day, the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is showing works from the collection with a focus on architecture in the media library this Sunday. Also included are works by Rachel Rose, Manuel Graf, Elizabeth Price, Amir Yatziv, Tobias Zielony and Cao Fei.
The JSC Düsseldorf is also regularly open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The exhibition house was built in 1907 as a four-storey factory building for the company Die Bühne GmbH and acquired by the collector Julia Stoschek in 2005. The Berlin architectural office Kuehn Malvezzi was responsible for the conversion into an exhibition house. After several years of inactivity, the factory building found a completely new purpose in 2007 as a cultural location and private exhibition center for contemporary art
Come by and take a look at the impressive architecture and the exhibitions JSC ON VIEW, FILMS BY DOROTA GAWĘDA AND EGLĖ KULBOKAITĖ and SOPHIA AL-MARIA - BITCH OMEGA. Free entry.
This coming weekend, the JSC Düsseldorf will open for the first time after the summer break. On the occasion of the gallery festival DC open the collection is open on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Free entry. Please note our hygiene and distance regulations.
Current exhibition program:
JSC ON VIEW:
BASEL ABBAS & RUANNE ABOU-RAHME, THOMAS DEMAND, BEATRICE GIBSON, ARTHUR JAFA, SIGALIT LANDAU, ADAM MCEWEN, COLIN MONTGOMERY, TARYN SIMON, HITO STEYERL, TOBIAS ZIELONY
WORKS FROM THE JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION
February 9 - December 6, 2020
March 8 - December 6, 2020
FILMS BY DOROTA GAWĘDA & EGLĖ KULBOKAITĖ
June 7th - December 6th, 2020
September 3, 2020, 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Jeremy Shaws Quantification Trilogy includes the three parafictional short films Quickeners (2014), Liminals (2017) and I can see forever (2018). The thematically and temporally interwoven works tell of marginalized communities in a future after “The Quantification”. Through a scientific discovery, all parameters of transcendental experience have been empirically recorded. For this vision, Shaw draws on the aesthetics and visual media of the 20th century and brings together stylistic elements from cinéma vérité, ethnographic film, conceptual art and music video genre in order to make the viewer aware of the authenticity of what has been seen and to open up critical perspectives on systems of power. The Quantification Trilogy unfolds along the areas of counterculture, evolution theories, virtual reality, neurotheology, esotericism, dance, the representation of the sublime and ideas of transcendence.
After the summer break, JSC Düsseldorf and JSC Berlin will be open again at the regular times from September 5, 2020 (special opening time for the DC Open in Düsseldorf).
Every black life matters.
The JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION is part of an association of art institutions in different countries, the Arthur Jafas video work Love is the Message, The Message is Death (2016) from June 26, 8 p.m. (CEST) to June 28, 8 p.m. (CEST) online.
Love is the Message, The Message is Death (2016) is a seven-minute video made of found footage and self-made material, backed by Kanye West's gospel-inspired hip-hop track “Ultralight Beam” (2016). The work brings together a wide variety of images through which the artist approaches the American black identity. Love is the Message, The Message is Death illustrates Jafa's ability to recognize media representations and strategies, to question them and to reappropriate. It reveals the pain, resilience, and beauty of American black culture.
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