December 13, 2012

Out of Place_an ongoing archive, Berlin

22:37 cultural association and berlinerpool are pleased to invite you to “Out of Place_an ongoing archive” in CORPO 6 galerie:

Thursday 13. December 6 pm, CORPO 6 galerie, courtyard, entrance C, first floor, Herzbergstrasse 55, 10365 Berlin.

“Out of Place_an ongoing archive” is an open and continuously upgradable archive, which was established with the aim of providing an overview of the widest possible range of theoretical references and ideas concerning the concept of nomadism in relation to the forms of contemporary artistic production. Behind the project is the idea that being out of place is the condition which enables a person to continuously reposition himself in one place. This process, not only physical, it is necessary to build the constantly changing sense of our presence in the space. The installation contains around eighty documents sent by artists, critics and curators. The first corpus of the archive has been shown in the section Independents3 of ArtVerona, Italy, in October. The visitors will be asked to contribute once again to the construction of the archive by participating directly in the cataloguing and indexing of the various contributions present in Out of Place. In this way, as a welcome guest, the archive will find its temporary location within CORPO 6.

VERNISSAGE 13 Dec, 6 pm
> food specific by Panem et Circenses.
> 9.30 pm live set by Iku Sakan.
> Djset Von Verhille.

OPENING HOURS 14 Dec and 15 Dec: 4 pm > 7 pm

CONTRIBUTIONS by Adalberto Abbate, Aleksandar Maćašev, Alessandro Ambrosini, Alessandro di Pietro, Alessandro Rolandi, Alice Pedroletti, Ana Maria Bresciani and Antonio Cataldo, Armida Gandini, Balloon, Barbara Fragogna, Basma Alsharif, Bcomeblog, Benedetta Panisson, Branka Nedimović, Boba Mirjana Stojadinović, Catrina Zanirato, Cecilia Divizia, Chryssa Tsampazi, Daniela DiMaro, Diego Mallo, Dubravka Vidovic, Dusica Drazic, Elena Bellantoni, Elena Mazzi, Elif Sezen, Emanuele Belluffi, Emma Waltraud Howes, Fabio Campagna, Francesco Tavolaro, Gaia Martino, Giancarlo Norese, Gianluca Lombardo, Giorgos Papadatos, Giuseppe Lana,Giuseppe Mendolia Calella, Irma Markulin, Iva Kontić, Ivana Smiljanić, Ivana Spinelli, Lisa Wade, Lorenzo Mazzi, Luca Andriollo, Lucia Veronesi, Luis DeMatos, Madispa, Maja Beganovic, Marco Belfiore, Marco Pezzotta, Massimiliano Marraffa, Massimo Estero, Maria Mitsopoulou, Maria Fernanda Moscoso, Marija Jovanović Masa, Mario Ciaramitaro, Maura Banfo, Mihailo Vasiljevic, Natasha Vasiljević, Nina Simonovic, Nina Todorovic, Pamela Martinez Rod, Paula Muhr, Philipp Koch, Petya Koleva, Pola Dwurnik, Rafa Badia, Rebecca Agnes, Sasha Vinci, Sergio Racanati, Silvano Arcidiacona, Slobodan Stosić, Stefanie Schairer, Stefania Migliorati, Stephan Groß, Suite-Case, TamtamART (Ichen Tsou, YaWen Fu, YunTing Hung), Tatjana Fell, U10, Valentina Lucia Barbagallo, Vassiliea Stylianidou, Vassiliki Vayenou, Vesna Micovic, Yeşim Ağaoğlu.


December 1, 2012

La Festa dei Vivi 3, San Cesario di Lecce

First of all we would like to sincerely thank all those who have sent their words relative to the encounter of November 2nd. We have received hundreds of contributions as well as the feeling of an experience that has been strongly shared. An experience that evokes the limitlessness of a space that belongs to all of us, as well as those that are no longer with us.

Over the day of December 1st, we recorded all the words and sentences sent by the participants, using the old "fresco" technique, on the walls of "Lu Cafausu". It was a moment of celebration and reflection, as well as an attempt to create a physical space where all the individual stories, references and affects can compose a whole. It also functioned as a homage to "Lu Cafausu", an "imaginary place that really exists".
We met on December 1st, 2012, from noon to the sunset, around "Lu Cafausu".

In early November, people from across the world celebrate the Day of the Dead, remembering those who passed away and often visiting their graves. In one way or another, we all try to establish contact with our loved ones, and sometimes we consider our own common and mortal destiny, therefore reflecting upon death in general.

On occasion of the 3rd edition of “The Celebration of the Living (who reflect upon death)”, we have proposed a collective action, open to everyone, which has been held in different places at the same time. Each participant has met his/her loved ones, friends and relatives who passed away. Everyone has tried to imagine and configure the right way to get in touch with the dead either through ritual, gesture, or thought.

A plurality of people was in contact, at exactly the same moment, with others who are no longer with us. This created a shared space of life and death. A space between they, the dead, and we, the living, who share their destiny of finitude.

All contributions sent by participants can be found at
Thanks to Marsèlleria for its support and for making this event possible.
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