AUSWEITUNG DER LERNZONE Offene Diskussion mit Lehrenden und Lernenden

Die Ausstellung AUSWEITUNG DER LERNZONE ist ein Zusammenschluss und Tummelplatz von Lehrenden und Lernenden und wirft die unterschiedlichsten interdisziplinären Vernetzungen ins Rennen. Im Zentrum stehen Künstlerinnen und Wissenschaftlerinnen aus dem Mentoring-Programm der UdK, die durch eine einjährige Fortbildung in Verbindung mit der Hospitanz bei einem Mentor oder einer Mentorin nicht nur den künstlerischen Lehrberuf studieren, sondern auch die Strukturen institutioneller und persönlicher Organisation analysieren.

Der unwissende Lehrmeister – Offene Diskussion mit Lehrenden und Lernenden, initiiert & moderiert von Julia Lazarus mit Prof. Ulf Aminde, Heiner Franzen, Prof. Mathilde ter Heijne, Prof. Dr. Judith Siegmund, Isabell Spengler u.a.

Thursday Juli 2, 2015 6pm

KUNSTHALLE am Hamburger Platz
Gustav-Adolf-Str. 140
13086 Berlin

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Probebühne 7

Exhibition opening of Springer, nochmals (Knight moves again), the 7th iteration of Probebühne, invites four international, Berlin-based artist to display works reflecting cultural and regional dissonances between times and places.
Mathilde ter Heijne will exhibit her multi-channel video titled Pulling Matter from Unknown Sources. The video installation documents her extensive research into togolese voodoo practices, to which she has served as an honorary priestess for rituals in Berlin.

Opening reception June 24, 2015 7pm
Humboldt Lab Dahlem
Museum Dahlem, Staatliche Museen Berlin
Landstraße 8, 14195 Berlin

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Woman To Go

Die Sammlung
Klassiker, Entdeckungen und neue Positionen aus 200 Jahren Kunst

LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
4020 Linz
Austria

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WeberWorldCafé „Museum, Power and Identity“

Discussions with international experts
How can artefacts be exhibited without falling into problematic categories like “Europe” and “the Other”? Can we make sense of the distinction between art and ethnology or art and material culture? What stories can objects in museums tell today? How can we revise the established narratives and rethink the role of museums? What are the alternative narratives, traditions and concepts?

‚Artistic Intervention‘, a round table discussion hosted by Mathilde ter Heijne (Kunsthochschule Kassel) and Dorothea von Hantelmann (Kunsthochschule Kassel)

Thursday, June 11, 2015, 3 – 8pm
Museen Dahlem
Lansstraaße 8, 14195 Berlin

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„JA/TY/ON/ONA/ONI“ („I/YOU/HE/SHE/THEY“)

from the series „Techniques of Release“
Bogna Burska, Christina Dimitriadis, Marina Faust, Mathilde ter Heijne, Michal Pashtan, Salvatore Viviano
curators: Karolina Majewska-Güde, Dorota Walentynowicz

Opening: Tuesday, May 12, 7pm
Exhibition: May 13 – June 6, 2015

GALERIA FOTOGRAFII PF
Centrum Kultury ZAMEK
ul.Sw. Marcin 80/82
61- 809 Poznań

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Im Dialog VI

Ein Gespräch zwischen Mathilde ter Heijne und Angela Rosenberg im Rahmen der gegenwärtigen Einrichtung zum Thema ‘unterwegs’.

am Donnerstag, den 7. Mai 2015 um 19.00 Uhr

Erika Hoffmann
Sophie-Gips-Höfe
Sophiestraße 21, Aufgang C
Berlin-Mitte

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NASCENT STATES

Olivia Plender, Mathilde ter Heijne, Chiara Fumai, Anetta Mona Chisa and Lucia Tkàcova, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Judith Barry, Oreet Ashery
Exhibition curated by Jaime Marie Davis and Pierre d’Alancaisez

Opening: Wednesday, April 29, 6-9pm
Exhibition: April 30 – July 11, 2015

waterside contemporary
2 Clunbury Street
London N1 6TT
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TURN ON Time-Based Media Art from the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION

featuring SUICIDE BOMB by Mathilde ter Heijne
Opening: Monday, March 30, 2015, 8pm
Exhibition: March 31 – August 29, 2015
Lily and Yoel Moshe Elstein Multi-Purpose Gallery
Herta and Paul Amir Building
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
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n.b.k. Ausstellung FEMINISMEN im Nordstern

Eröffnung: 27. März 2015
Austellung: 27. März bis zum 20. Dezember 2015
Nordstern, Nordsternplatz 1, 45899 Gelsenkirchen
Die von Marius Babias und Kathrin Becker kuratierte Ausstellung Feminismen richtet seine Aufmerksamkeit auf internationale feministische und postfeministische Positionen innerhalb der Videokunst und zeigt Videowerke von rund 25 KünstlerInnen, darunter Marina Abramović; Lynda Benglis; Ursula Biemann; Anetta Mona Chișa; Anna Daučikova; Ayşe Erkmen; VALIE EXPORT; f******* ___Towards New Perspectives on Feminism (Dokumentation des Symposiums im n.b.k.); Hermine Freed; Monika Funke Stern; Mathilde ter Heijne; Mwangi Hutter; Sanja Iveković; Shigeko Kubota; Maria Lassnig; Ulrike Ottinger; Friederike Pezold; Lydia Schouten; Ilene Segalove; Marlene Streeruwitz; Hito Steyerl; Pipilotti Rist; Ulrike Rosenbach und Haegue Yang.
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Time Present, Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection

Opening ceremony: Friday, March 20, 2015, 6.30pm
Exhibition: March 21 – May 10, 2015
National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall
M G Road, Fort, Mumbai
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COLLABORATIVE CONFERENCE
A NIGHT WITH ƒƒ – HELP IT GROW

Thursday, March 5, 2015, 7pm
Haus Am Lützowplatz,
Förderkreis Kulterzentrum Berlin e.V
Lützowplatz 9,
10785 Berlin- Tiergarten
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Norbert Witzgall, with a contribution by Mathilde ter Heijne

Veronica
Opening: Sunday, February 1, 2015, 4-6pm
Exhibition: February 4 – March 15, 2015
Deweer Gallery
Tiegemstraat 6A, 8553 Otegem, Belgium
Exhibition including collaborative work by Norbert Witzgall and Mathilde ter Heijne (2014)

Mathilde ter Heijne at FLEX

Round Four
Opening: Wednesday, December 10, 2014, 7pm
Exhibition: December 10, 2014 – February 18, 2015
FLEX
Sophienstr. 21, 10178 Berlin
Exhibition showing the CD Rom installation For A Better World (1999) and the video projection Small Things End, Great Things Endure (2001)
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Mathilde ter Heijne and Norbert Witzgall at
AFTER THE BUTCHER

Opening: Friday, December 5, 2014, 7pm
Exhibition: December 6, 2014 – January 17, 2015
Öffnungszeiten nach telefonischer Vereinbarung:
+49 178 3298106 oder +49 176 24354578
after the butcher

Ausstellungsraum für zeitgenössische Kunst und soziale Fragen
Spittastr. 25 – 10317 Berlin
In ihrer gemeinsamen Ausstellung bei after the butcher setzen sich Mathilde ter Heijne und Norbert Witzgall mit Aspekten und Konzepten des Nicht-Sichtbaren auseinander.
Ter Heijne untersucht soziale, kulturelle, politische und ökonomische Hintergründe gender-spezifischer Phänomene innerhalb verschiedener Gesellschaften und Kulturen und deren geschichtliche Entwicklung. In der Ausstellung bei after the butcher zeigt ter Heijne erstmalig Ergebnisse aus ihrer langjährigen Zusammenarbeit mit dem Voodoo-Priester Togbé Hounon Hounougbo Bahousou innerhalb des künstlerischen Kontextes.
Norbert Witzgall malt. Er reflektiert Konventionen von Malerei und Fotografie am Beispiel des Porträts. In seiner neuen Arbeit verwendet er Röntgenaufnahmen von Gemälden. Fotografie – hier als Grundlage der wissenschaftlicher Untersuchung von Malerei – wird erneut transformiert in Malerei.
Witzgall’s Malerei wird in der Ausstellung wiederum zur Projektionsfläche digitaler Bilder ter Heijnes. Bilder, die während einer Reise der Künstlerin nach Togo und Benin mit einer Infrarot- und Aurakamera (mit Hilfe von Daniela Macé Rosiger) entstanden sind. Auf diese Weise überlagern und verbinden sich subjektive, wissenschaftliche, und spekulative Formen der Bildproduktion.
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„Lament, Song for Transitions“ at EYE Filmmuseum

Sunday, November 30, 2014, 14h
EYE Filmmuseum
IJpromenade 1, 1031KT Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mathilde ter Heijne’s video Lament, Song for Transitions will be shown as part of the film program of Amsterdam Art Weekend, which takes place during November 28-30, the last weekend of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA).
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An exhibition by Mathilde ter Heijne in dialogue with Marina Abramovic at Krome Gallery

Opening: Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 6pm
21A, Ave. G. Diderich, L-1420 Luxembourg
Krome Gallery has a new space in Luxembourg, opening with an exhibition by Mathilde ter Heijne in dialogue with Marina Abramovic. „In dialogue with“ is a new series of exhibitions initiated by Krome Gallery to explore the affinity between a mid-career artist of the gallery and his/her conceptual reference. For the opening of the gallery’s new location in Luxembourg, Krome Gallery has invited Mathilde ter Heijne whose work is well-known for questioning different forms of performative gender politics. Her installations, video, sculpture and performance pieces have been exhibited in major international institutions such as MOMA PS1, New York; The Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich; and the The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Among the artist’s creative inspirations is Marina Abramovic, a performance artist who began her career in the early 1970s and whose work explores the relationship between performer and audience, the limits of the body, and the possibilities of the mind. The exhibition will feature a selection of works by Mathilde ter Heijne, put in context with a seminal piece by Marina Abramovic. Simultaneously new works by Mathilde ter Heijne will be shown at Krome Gallery Berlin (Potsdamer Straße 98, 10785 Berlin).
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DokfestForum: Artist talk with Mathilde ter Heijne

November 13, 2014, 20h
Fridericianum // Friedrichsplatz 18, D-34117 Kassel
DokfestForum: Fridericianum in cooperation with the 31st Kassel Dokfest (11.–16.11.14)
Mathilde ter Heijne works mainly in the media of video, performance, sculpture and installation. In her work, she frequently deals with issues of gender and ritual practices. What will be represented and what not? Who will gain access to the larger process of writing history and who not? And how could these frames of reference and representation be subverted?
Mathilde ter Heijne’s ongoing project Woman to Go (since 2005) consists of a series of postcards showing portraits of anonymous women dating from the beginning of photography to the 1920s. On the message side of the postcards, biographies of other, more prominent women of the time can be read, whose lives evidently and at the same time ambiguously collide with those of the women portrayed in the pictures. The documentation of events that have been insufficiently documented and represented becomes the focal point of the work. Identity is what is at stake here and it only seems to become a freely disposable product – ready „to go“.
The discussion will be conducted by Nina Tabassomi. Free entry.
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Solo exhibition „Performing Change“ at Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg

Opening: Friday, November 7, 2014, 7pm
Exhibition: November 8, 2014 – February 22, 2015
Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg
Marienstraße 10a, 79098 Freiburg, Germany
Mathilde ter Heijne’s art investigates gender-specific phenomena in different cultures. She reflects historic developments and current trends and questions socio-cultural, political and economic connections. What shapes gender identity and how does this, in turn, shape society? What is regarded as normal and how can social structures be changed? By means of artistic transformation, of as well the past and the future, the exhibition explores various possibilities of modifying and dissolving gender roles and associated structures of power. Ter Heijne has produced new works with a pronounced regional reference yet international basis for the Freiburg show: Woman to Go is a continuing series of post cards that links photographs of unknown women with the biographies of well known, but often forgotten women who lived between 1840 and 1920. This association creates scope with which to look at and interpret history anew. The work Experimental Archeology transforms prehistoric finds into a modern-day context. Corporeality and gender are initially made blatantly obvious and ultimately transcended in this work. The work It will be! engages with the roles of Freiburg residents from the most divergent cultural backgrounds and their connection with the handcraft sewing. The work came about in a communal project comprising a total of two hundred sewn individual items. The space created by the project within the exhibition will be utilised and designed during the course of the show by students from the Anthropology and Gender Studies Department of the University of Freiburg. Thus it will become a site for debate, exchange, individual narrative and networking. A monthly programme will provide more detail of respective events. Each of the works has come about in cooperation with the numerous partners of the museum. The aim is to recognise and tap into the potential for change by means of a communal, collective process. An artist’s book will be published to accompany the exhibition.
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They have come to escort me on the dangerous pathways of the intermediate state

Saturday October 25, 2014, 2-5 pm
Nikolaj Kunsthal, Nikolaj Plads 10 / 1067 Copenhagen, DK
J&K and The One Minutes present: They came to escort me on the dangerous pathway of the intermediate state. Nikolaj Kunsthal invites you to an afternoon of film, lecture, performances, music and drinks to celebrate the launch of The One Minutes Series, curated by J&K.
Introduction: Julia van Mourik, Director, The One Minutes.
Performances by: J&K (DK/D) & Christine Borch & Vibeke Borch b. Brandt.
Talk by Mikkel Bolt, art historian and political theoretician, on collapse and aftermath, destruction and potentiality.
Followed by a concert by the death metal band Kolos.
The event takes place in English.
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Emoties in de hedendaagse kunst (Emotions in Contemporary Art)

October 14, 2014 – January 11, 2015
Gemeentemuseum Helmond
Boscotondohal, FJ van Thiel Park 7, 5707 BX Helmond
The works included in Emotions in Contemporary Art depict universal, existential emotions, and emotions that come from a socio-political situation, such as the war in Afghanistan. The media in which the artists‘ work are diverse: video, paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations. This group exhibition includes works by Bas Jan Ader, Meiro Koizumi, Suzanne Opton, Mathilde ter Heijne, Bill Viola, Adriaan van der Ploeg, Lars Arrhenius, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Berlinde DeBruyckere, Vaast Colson, Andy Wauman, Koen Hauser, Erwin Olaf, Robert Arnold, Yael Bartana and Halil Altindere.
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