Seven Years of Crystal Ball – Artists of the Galleries – in the underground gallery
Opening of the exhibition on Friday, 17. October at 8 p.m., performances by Lydia Karstadt, Matthias Wyder
- Fridays from 7 p.m. to midnight: silverdiscotheque Performance Programming & Food
- Fri.24.10. Shellak Discotheque with Pretzel Göring and Francoise Cactus, Mireille & Matthieu: public rehearsal for P.I.B.
- Fri.31.10. Trio Surprise, Performance and Potato Soup
- Fri. 7. 11. -fails – (rail strike)
- Fri. 14.11. Patricia Lippert: The Eternal Return of the Carrot, Lecture and Artist Talk, Underground Performance/ Lydia Karstadt
- Fri. 21.11. Senor Depressivo, the November & DJ Catastrophé & edible poems by M. Kirschner
- Sat. 10.1.2015 Jesusboutique/ future art fashion performance
Taking its title from the science fiction novel of the same name, Crystal Ball presents in october, “the subterranean gallery.” For its seventh anniversary, Manfred Kirschner, visual artist and gallery director of Crystal Ball has curated a futuristic salon. Bringing together artists from Berlin, Bremen, Basel and Sao Paulo. The exhibition is focused on the future of art and its production. As in Science Fiction, Crystal Ball speculates on the future forms of artistic creation through actual tendencies. The participating artists are invited to propose a vision through text, pictures and objects of a work of art, or its future conditions of production. The gallery space will be transformed into a silver futuristic salon wich only opens on friday, becomes the Silver Discotheque, hosting events, readings, performances and artist talks.Silver Discotheque; events, readings, performances and artist talks.
With Ioana Alexe, Jim Avignon, Francoise Cactus, Stefan Demming, Brezel Göring, Stephanie Hanna, Mareike Hube, Henrik Jacob, Lydia Karstadt, Karen Koltermann, Werner Kuhrmann, Jonathan Kroll, Patricia Lippert, Isolde Loock, Martin Löhr, Matthias Mayer, Stu Mead, Claudia Medeiros, Martin Mindermann, Pataphysisches Institut Basel, Veronika Schumacher, Frank Schoppmeier, Annette Stemmann, Zoe Thorne, Silke