Performed

NOBODY MOVE, NOBODY GET HURT

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 Silver Rise at OCD Studio

Yael Salomonowitz and Ben Clotten make films together. For a few months now, they share a studio, the OCD studio, which is also Yael’s production company. Yael’s work emerges out of language, Ben’s out of images. The silver rise has been with them since December. The new video piece they are working on is being developed in what they call ‘the space in between’.

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“Seamlessly she moved in and the studio became stage, a piece of reality, thoughts theatre.  And I think how she became our editing suite, projection room, discussion space, how I moved my table on the stage inventing worlds outside, you say you feel hidden, solaris deluxe, we make films on stage and I say we should take more photos, but you are already gone again, it is late on our now stage-bar, after we edited again for twelve hours, soon we’ll be done we said last time. I watch the corners of our triangle and want to say wifi – production- politics, but I say nothing und die Synopsen sinken wohlig und wir lassen den Kopf Kopf sein. Seemlessly she moved in. Ich sage wie ein Kind eben oder ein Auto, sobald es da ist kann man sich gar nicht mehr erinnern wie es vorher war und du sagst Auto passt eigentlich gut.” 

http://ocd.studio

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Yael Salomonowitz (b. 1985, Vienna) is a writer and performer. Predominantly she writes short stories, scripts and plays that often get realised as live performances. She recently completed her first feature film script Investments.

Ben Clotten (b. 1990, Wiesbaden) is a filmmaker and artist. He is the co-founder of new rules, a video production company based in New York. Ben recently moved to Berlin to focus on his art practice.


PROGRAMM


 

28.01.2017 at OCD  Studio (Kluckstraße 25, 10785 Berlin)

19:30

Pirate Cinema Berlin presents

Short Psychogeographic Short Film Festival

Unlike most other terms that end in “geography”, psychogeography was never a science, not even an art, and only rarely a concrete practice: that of drinking too much and then reapproriating small pockets of urban territory by means of unguided exploration. Psychogeographic cinema barely exists: Guy Debord made its two foundational non-films in the late 1950s, Patrick Keiller released two unlikely additions 20 years later. In between, two German films: as an obvious joke, as a document of psychogeography’s non-existing context, in order to help derail part of its narrative, but also to slighly widen the space across which these films, very clearly, speak to each other; in a language that is not, has never been, and will not be for the forseeable future, the language of cinema.

English, French, German, with English subtitles.

Copies to go, bring a USB stick or hard drive.

 

Menschen im Espresso

Herbert Vesely

DE 1958 16 min 235 MB

 

Sur le passage de quelques personnes à travers une assez courte unité de temps

Guy Debord

FR 1959 19 min 260 MB

 

Critique de la séparation

Guy Debord

FR 1961 17 min 262 MB

 

Subjektitüde

Helke Sander

DE 1967 4 min 51 MB

 

Stonebridge Park

Patrick Keiller

UK 1981 20 min 245 MB

 

Norwood

Patrick Keiller

UK 1983 25 min 305 MB


22.02.2017 at OCD  Studio (Kluckstraße 25, 10785 Berlin)

19:00Uhr

Fifi CC my playground

A reading

Elif Saydam and Jessie Holmes

 

a story about a giant tangle

bad directions

slow watches

daily sunrises

and many roads

 

roads everywhere.

 

Jessie Holmes (1982 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) based in Berlin. She received her B.F.A from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2005 and studied in Frankfurt am Main at the Städelschule Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, under Douglas Gordon 2013-15. Her practice is based around writing, audio recordings, performance video/film, sculpture. She uses these mediums to look at the liminal between public lives in private space and private selves in public space as a means to investigate the human condition. Often through a formal deconstruction of cinema she isolates components of the cinematic structure. Holmes’ composes ideas of self and (re)presentation of character into poetry and engages in both fictional and documentary frameworks. Her interest is in looking at the notion of conflicting perspectives, unexplained actions and ambiguous departures, captured as experienced.

Elif Saydam (1985 Calgary, Alberta, Canada) is a Turkish-Canadian painter and writer living between Izmir and Berlin. Her practice itinerantly moves between Bild und Wort, with her works functioning as intermediary role-playing devices to investigate themes around desire, fantasy, daydream and access. She used to relate a lot to the archaeologist or detective, but these days she is feeling more like a dentist. Recent exhibitions include the solo presentation “Matador” at Kunstverein-Nürnberg Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft and “IPF presents Le Misanthrope” at the Montréal Biennale, 2016. 

 

 


 

04.04.2017  at OCD  Studio (Kluckstraße 25, 10785 Berlin)

19:00

Film Presentation

Nobody move, nobody get hurt 

Directed by Ben Clotten & Yael Salomonowitz

Produced by OCD

 

 

NEW

Berlin

DAS ULTRAROMANTISCHE SOMMERFEST

29. Juli 2017

PERFORMED

BERLIN

MUTTI MUSS NACH LICHTENBERG

17. Juni 2017, 18 h

Zürich

*WINTERING GROUNDS* im Hyperlokal

Mülheim

GENTIFRICATION

17. September / 18. September 2016

Berlin

Drück auf die Tube, Baby!

11.Juli / 12. Juli / 13. Juli

Zürich

ZÄHMUNGEN?!

25. August / 26. August / 27. August / 28. August / 3. September