...suddenly gone. We were on TV, well, a bit. Kolja and I spent one more day at Roland-Center our shopping mall, to see some old friends and entertain a TV-crew. It was fun, and in the evening we were on TV. Half way trough some technical problems occured...
Kolja Mensing and me show [13terStock] Bremen
With concert by phantastic Nova Huta
Nov 30, 2007 | Cafe 46, Waller Heerstr. 46, Bremen | 21h Hamburg
Dec 4, 2007 | Haus 73, Schulterblatt 73, Hamburg | 21h
The cheapest media-art-piece ever. Out now! 15,95 €
I am currently traveling on a BMW-Motorbike through the United States. New stories every day!
(until November 15th)
Berliner Gazette turns 8 and throws a party. They asked a number of Berlin artist friends to help out with art for the event: This is the premiere of 5land, the first noninteractive Korsakow-Installation ever. Also two shorts from my archive will be screened.
Sexy Time Die Berliner Gazette entblättert sich.
July 14, 2007 | 20:00h
Kim, Brunnenstrasse 10, Berlin,
Film is a lie. Because film is linear. The course of a film is like the flight path of a cruise missile. It has a goal. Film claims that there is just one road one can take in life. But there are many roads. How can you tell through film without the lie of linearity?
May 8, 2007 20:30h
Cine Studio, Intercollege, Nicosia
Mediamatic Salon on cultural identy: Maartje Nevejan talks about the making of Couscous & Cola a very popular TV-series broadcasted on Aljazeera. Krystian Woznicki, Susanne Lederle, Anne Schreiber and Magdalena Taube from Berliner Gazette present McDeutsch for the first time to the Dutch public.
...and I am invited to talk about "Vergessene Fahnen". All in the middle of the "Vergessene-Fahnen" exhibition.
April 27, 2007 | 20:30
Mediamatic, Oosterdokskade 5, Amsterdam
Talk in Munich
I am invited to give a public talk at the Goethe-Institut-Headqater in Munich. I will show my work there and talk about new ways of storytelling.
April 24th | 14:00h
Goethe-Institut München, Dachauer Str. 122, 80637 München
Exhibition Vergessene Fahnen (Forgotten Flags) by Florian Thalhofer and Juliane Henrich 30 March - 11 May 2007
Opening Friday 30 March 18:00
Exhibition with an interactive road movie concerning the need for pride and the fear of symbols. During the 2006 World Cup football, Germans put out their national flag en masse for the first time in years. When the flags were still fluttering six months later, Florian Thalhofer got scared. He tackled his fear with curiosity.
During Vergessene Fahnen we will serve Weißwurst and Bavarian Beer and organise sausage making workshops for vegetarians and a Nina Hagen fanclub night. Opening hours Wednesday, Thursday and Fridaynight from 18.00 to 23.00.
Location: Mediamatic, Post CS Bulding, ground floor, Oosterdokskade 5, Amsterdam
PS: [small world] will also be shown. Beer and sausages directly imported from Schwandorf (www.wolf-wurst.de). The beer ("Das wichtigste Bier auf der Welt") is a real sensation ("Wir liefern nie weiter als wie 150km"). Check out their website: www.naabecker.de very sweet, you can find an image of the person answering the phone, but not the number. It's about beer, not business. Logistics taken care of by organization-genius Kristin Maurer.
February 5, 2007
[7sons] is a Korsakow-documentary about a trip to the Beduines in the Sinai. Together with Mahmoud Hamdy, an artist in Cairo I went on this trip in 2003. This prize-winning Korsakow-film is now available in H.264-codec. This means much better image quality. Check it out!
January 18, 2007
A sea of black, red and gold. The 2006 Soccer World Cup changed the way Germans perceived their own country. What is left over half a year later? Together with Juliane Henrich I traveled 2562 km all over Germany to talk to people that still have a German flag outside their houses. We met astonishing ordinary people with all kinds of different German accents (subtitles in English). Now presented by the Goethe-Instititute as part of the project "Odysseus: A Quest for Europe".