Fr, 01/05/2020, 18:00 Uhr
Klangkunst / Sound Art / Diskurs



AARC is an experimental artistic solidarity project conceived by Errant Sound and Apartment Project in Berlin. After the racist murders in Hanau we met to initiate a new collaboration between the two project space groups as a political sign: the "Artists Against Racism Collaboration". The short form AARC refers to an “arc” – reinforcing the connections between artists with diverse practices and backgrounds who are underrepresented in the contemporary art scene. The title also evokes the interjection “AARGGH!” when read out loud, communicating common emotions such as despair, fear and exhaustion among the communities who are affected by the ongoing racist attacks and/or exposed to subtle ways of racism. The collectively formulated voice unfolds individual and/or collective resistances against such emotions, and coverts or opens practices of racism. As such, the venues intend to evolve into spaces that create a mutual conversation and propose a quest for new modes of solidarities.
Focusing mainly on sound art and audio-visual forms, the project will invite the following Berlin based artists to produce new works and present their practices to a wider audience: Berk Asal, Mario Asef, Emre Birismen, Roberta Busechian, Andrei Cucu, Daniela Fromberg, Ece Gokalp, Georg Klein, Laura Mello, Ceren Oykut, Stefan Roick, Melih Sarigol, Ozlem Sariyildiz, Merey Senocak, Steffi Weismann, Jeremy Woodruff and as guest artist from Hanau Çiğdem Üçüncü.

  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: Ausstellung Gallery Weekend 1.-3.5. 2020
  • Errant Sound
  • Rungestraße 20, Berlin
  • Barrierefreiheit: Sehbehinderung und Blindheit / motorische Einschränkungen
  • Ticketpreis: free