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Invited by Natalia Stachon
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2016 UM-Festival
Contemporary art, music and literature in the Uckermark from September 9 to 11, 2016


ROHSTOFFWECHSEL


With Sonja Alhäuser, Awst & Walther, Johannes Buss (Radical Adults Productions), Paula Döpfner, Brad Downey/Diego Sologuren, Dennis Feddersen, Ulrike Mohr, Maik Teriete, Markus Wirthmann
Curated by Marc Wellmann


UM Festival
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KUNSTHAL 44 MØEN, DK, May 28 - September 18, 2016


RANDOM WALKS


Møn als Material
by Christian Meisels Asmussen, kunsten.nu, August 12, 2016


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KUNSTHAL 44 MØEN, DK, May 28 - September 18, 2016


RANDOM WALKS


July 24, 2016
Talk about Slicing Time, 2016 with Bjørn Nørgaard and atomic physicist Thomas Døssing
July 14 - 15, 2016
Charcoal burning workshop, Material for a workshop, 2016


44 Moen
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SINOPALE 6, Sinop, TR, August 6 - September 7, 2016


TRANSPOSITION


Affirming the periphery, Sinopale brings international contemporary art to the city of Sinop by the Black Sea in Northern Turkey. Sinopale is a biennial event – investigating various forms of resistance and adaptation of local movements and initiatives from civil society, ecological activism and nongovernmental politics. The summer of 2016 will align artistic processes of sharing, commonality and difference. The artists will be working in situ. A horizontal collaborative structure will bring the invited artists together with the citizens of Sinop to create spaces for aesthetic, social and political practice.


Sinopale 6 will revolve around the notion of Transposition. Transposition is a word with several meanings, which all signify a shift between values. Playing with the gap in-between, it becomes possible to open room for process and transference, to open a conceptual space as well as a scope for action and imagination. Sinopale 6 furthermore taps into dialogues on the history of material and cultural memory in order to create an associative space full of cross-references.
Curated by T. Melih Görgün, Nike Bätzner, Jonatan Habib Engqvist


Sinopale
Sinopale Kunstforum Nachrichten
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KUNSTHAL 44 MØEN, DK, May 28 - September 18, 2016


RANDOM WALKS


With Anton Burdakov, Tue Greenfort, Toril Johannessen, Ulrike Mohr, Gernot Wieland
Curated by Eva Scharrer


An exhibition and resonating series of events about time, place, memory, the act of walking and the random paths taken in nature, science, and art.


44 Moen
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studio im HOCHHAUS, May 31 - August 24, 2016


PROCHE BANLIEUE


With Matthew Burbidge, Astrid Busch, Lena von Gödecke, Yuki Jungesblut, Ulrike Mohr, Daniel Silver
Curated by Max Sudhues
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Contemporary Art at Botanischer Volkspark Blankenfelde-Pankow, May 7 - June 18, 2016


THE ANALOGY BETWEEN BULBS AND BUDS –
EIN SKULPTURENGARTEN


With Ayami Awazuhara, Kasia Fudakowski, Rike Horb., Tilman Hornig, Florian Japp, Rachel de Joode, Hanne Lippard, Zoë Claire Miller, Ulrike Mohr, Alona Rodeh, Aurora Sander & Santiago Taccetti
Curated by Rachel de Joode, Zoë Claire Miller and Michaela Richter


A show about distance, appropriation, arrangement, interaction, simulation, stereotypes and performance in the art and plant worlds—in intimate dialog with the botanical and architectural exhibits of the Volkspark Blankenfelde-Pankow.
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Kolonie Morgentau, Berlin-Britz, April 22 to 23, 2016


BERLIN-BRITZENALE


With Frederik Foert, Ingo Gerken, Folke Köbberling, Bettina Khano, Ulrike Mohr, Carola Rümper, Sonya Schönberger, Vincent Tavenne, Philip Topolovac, Bernd Trasberger, Raul Walch, Ina Weber, Markus Wirthmann, Markus Zimmermann
Curated by Christof Zwiener
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Center of Contemporary Art, Torun, PL, 5 February - 3 April 2016


UNFOLDING CONSTELLATIONS


With Katarzyna Kobro, Inge Mahn (with: Irene Pätzug, Valentin Hertweck), Ulrike Mohr, Natalia Stachon, Iza Tarasewicz
Curated by Eva Scharrer


“Unfolding Constellations” at CoCA Toru? takes as its starting point an encounter between women sculptors of different generations, born between 1898 and 1980, from Poland and Berlin. As in a celestial constellation, connections can be drawn between their works, but the configurations that emerge will depend on one’s individual perspective.
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Publication: Magazine For Contemporary Drawing 2015/16


FUKT


FUKT Magazine is a Berlin-based magazine for contemporary drawing, beautifully designed with a focus on the visual. All without ads, and published yearly, the publication is inviting the most interesting and adventurous international artists and writers to publish their images and views on contemporary drawing practice. FUKT is in constant transformation with issues in different sizes and layouts. The magazine is designed by Ariane Spanier and edited by Björn Hegardt. ­


FUKT
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Publication: THE GREEN BOX


ANTHRAKOTHEK


This book is an overview on Ulrike Mohr's works of the last years, surrounding her investigations into the making of charcoal and how it is appropriated in her installations.
Texts by Nico Anklam, Florian Wüst, Alice Goudsmit and Justus Weiss.


THE GREEN BOX
Kunst Editionen | Berlin