Sa., 19. June 2021, 11am - 6pm
Kerstin Flake’s photographic series Shaking Surfaces (2018–2021) assembles media relicts from the analogue era that appear to set themselves in motion, redefining themselves. As well as consciously playing with our expectations, Flake is concerned with the transitions between the past and present, with the disappearance and shifting of perspectives and meaning.
Wind tunnels are laboratories in which realities are created. Luise Schröder’s essay film The Torn Horizon looks at the myth of flying and aviation from the perspective of six women whose counter-narratives interrupt the linear course of historical development. The power of coherence is a matter of perspective.