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Roman Klonek: Cut the Crap

Urban Spree Galerie presents „Cut the Crap„, a new series of woodcut printings by Düsseldorf-based visual artist Roman Klonek that will be exhibited in our Galerie Ecke.

The Opening Cererony will take place on Friday, September 7th, from 19:00 and occurs during Berlin’s Urban Art Week (05-12 September 2018).

In der aktuellen Ausstellung “Cut the crap” können sie beobachten wir die traditionelle Handwerkskunst der Holzschnitzerei auf experimentelle Formen der Erzählung trifft.

Die Erzählungen sind frei von kategorischen Vorgaben, weder zeitlich noch räumlich eindeutig.

Vergleichbar vielleicht am ehesten mit einem mehrschichtigen Skizzenbuch, wobei man sich hier bitte einemmal vorstellen mag das Papier wäre durchsichtig und alles “Gezeichnete“ ein heilloses Kauderwelsch und Durcheinander.

Vielleicht sollte ich nun erwähnen, dass ich es liebe es ein Chaos anzurichten um es anschließend wieder aufzuräumen.
Kommt es dabei zu einem unverhofften Zusammentreffen zweier oder mehrerer Ideen (wobei dies oft auf geradezu natürliche Weise stattfindet), kann es gut passieren das diese Begegnungen aufgrund ihrer Originalität einen Glücksmoment in mir hervorrufen.

Was die Kombination der Ideen, bzw Bildelemente angeht, bewege mich da auch gern in der Tradition der sogenannten B-Movies, die dadurch, das sie ein Gegenentwurf zum berechenbaren Mainstream Kino sind, mit deutlich mehr Risikobereitschaft und ohne Rücksicht auf konzeptionelle Strenge, oft die wichtigsten Merkmale beim Erzählen von Geschichten vorweisen – nämlich die Momente der Überraschung.

Roman Klonek, born in Kattowitz/Poland and now based in Dûsseldorf, has a spot for old fashioned cartoons and modern block printing styles. In the 1990s he studied Graphic Arts in Düsseldorf and discovered a passion for woodcut. Since 15 years now, he is doing posters with a wide range of whimsical creatures, mostly half animal/half human, preferential in awkward situations, a bizarre balancing act between propaganda, folklore and pop.

https://www.instagram.com/roman_klonek/

 

For information about the show, please get in touch with galerie@urbanspree.com

„Cut the Crap“
New Woodcut Printings
A Solo Show by Roman Klonek
Urban Spree Galerie (Ecke)
Opening: 07/09/2018 from 1:00
Exhibition: 08/09/2018 – 30/09/2018
Tu-Su 12:00/19:00



The Secret Art Engender

The Secret Art Engender is a premiere. This event aimes to defend and highlight the Art of tomorrow.

It’s a Benefits party, the money collected will be donated to a Berlin-based organisation called TERRE DES FEMMES that aims to ensure women’s equal and inalienable rights regarding all aspects of life.

Organized by Music Business SAE students, they chose to feature the work of other female artists, in order to promote the place of women in the music industry.

The line up is constituted of five young and upcoming Techno DJs, including four female DJs. They have started their carrier on different international scenes, like Spain, France, Slovenia or Poland and gather here tonight to become the future of tomorrow Berlin’s Techno scene.

Opening the door to other kind of art, the event will host visual performances and a video exhibition on 2000s TVs.
The international VJs and video artists, will explore through their art some themes like future femininity or women strengths and weakness facing the world.

#TSAE18

RA : https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1043575

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DJ Line Up:

N4CH
Justine Perry
Izzi Bizzi
Mss Vtk
GLIA

+ Special Guest (TBC)
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VJ/ Visual Artist Line Up:

Styks VJ
Bianca DE Sardi VJ
Lucy Williams
Lola Rossi
Melle Skärfstad

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Artwork by: Yky Art

Charity : TERRE DES FEMMES e.V.

Credits : SAE Institute Berlin



Kazumoto Endo \ Facialmess \ MAAAA \ Purgist \ Krube.

Kazumoto Endo (Tokyo, Japan)

Since the mid-’90s, japanese noise artist Kazumoto Endo has released albums and eps under his own name and under the alias KILLER BUG. growing up in the ’80s, endo listened to british bands like THE CURE and THE SMITHS, then got turned on to groups such as PUSSY GALORE and BIG BLACK, and began attending live performances by influential noise bands including HANATARASH and HIJOKAIDAN. Endo was, however, unimpressed with how noise music came across on recordings. He wanted to learn to play something different and so took traditional bolivian music classes. It was during this time that Endo purchased the first noise record he was impressed by: MERZBOW’s Cloud cock 00 ground. Endo began buying equipment and making noise around 1990, in addition to continuing his bolivian music classes. Endo began recording in 1994 under the name KILLER BUG, with his first 7″ released on sweden’s releasing Eskimo label. He performed and recorded as KILLER BUG for a couple of years, but eventually dropped the alias. although he most often performs in Tokyo, Endo has also performed in the U.S., in 1995, 1997 and 2016. KAZUMOTO ENDO/ KILLER BUG has releases on labels from around the world, including releasing eskimo (sweden), self abuse, rrr, pinch- a-loaf (u.s.), alien8 recordings (canada), and freak animal (finland).

http://ka.zumo.to/

FACIALMESS (Tokyo, Japan)
Harsh noise project of british ex-pat Kenny Sanderson. Since 1997, Sanderson has been creating cut up harsh noise consisting of found sounds, industrial loops and stabs of percussion. FACIALMESS has released an impressive array of solo and collaborative efforts including work withwith SICKNESS, BASTARD NOISE, GUILTY CONNECTOR and SUPPRESSION. More recent work can be found on labels such as Opal tapes, Kitty play and No rent records. Effortlessly handling knife edge blasts of noise in between pounding sonic loops, sanderson is a master in the shredding and reassembly of his exclusive brand of cut-up harsh noise.
Expect an unmistakable and unforgettable style, blown-out distorted textures, over-the-top volume, sick high-energy passages, frantic cuts, drills, loops, subtle hints of heavy atmospherics…

https://soundcloud.com/dub-specialist-1/
https://facialmess.bandcamp.com/

MAAAA (Warsaw, Poland)
Russian expat Sergei Hanolainen is the conduit for the well oiled machine that is MAAAA; a critically acclaimed Warsaw based noise project that has undergone years of refinement and as a result, has become to play a pivotal role in the concurrent noise climate. MAAAA’s well rehearsed live shows exhibit merciless deliveries of heavy electronics and dizzying drones that induce a physical response not so dissimilar to G forces. As MAAAA continues to mature, his albums strike a blend of classic, neo and underground styles, of the industrial and of the musique concrète, that are progressive, inspired and precise. It is not often that you see an artist so in touch with their machine.

http://maaaa.org/
https://maaaa.bandcamp.com/

PURGIST (Kielce, Poland)
Dawid Kowalski is a sound artist, improviser, music publisher, culture animator, live event organizer and art activist specializing in radical avant-garde electronic music. an active member of the polish and international underground music community since the early 2000s. Founder of harshnoise.org (“we fight off tyranny of hate which decimates stupid people!”). PURGIST combines a variety of classic experimental music tropes such as object/tape manipulation, electroacoustic improvisation, industrial noise and combines them with extensive digital post-processing placing the end result in a musical context. PURGIST is an outlet for focused exploration of urban field recordings, digital artifacts, aural atmospherics and disjointed noise dynamics. His vivid, cinematic post- industrial harsh noise works have a prominent conceptual background based on a reflection upon personal vices and self-abusive obsessions.

http://PURGIST.com/
http://PURGIST.bandcamp.com/

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