All Accesshaubrok foundation, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin
All Access is a new series of online visits to exhibitions that are currently closed to the public. As museums and galleries around the world remain closed, the series takes us into these spaces with the artists and curators as guides.
For the first All Access, Jeanne Tremsal introduces her exhibition at FAHRBEREITSCHAFT together with Christopher Roth.
FAHRBEREITSCHAFT in Berlin-Lichtenberg is one of the locations of the Haubrok foundation. In changing exhibition spaces throughout the dynamic arts and industrial yard, the foundation shows works from its collection, from artists working on site, or from guest curators and artists.
The exhibition Mein Vater, meine Nachbarn, meine Freunde und deren Freunde was curated by Jeanne Tremsal around the work of her father, Benoit. Their father-daughter relationship was always centered on art, and upon finding out that he had a terminal illness, Jeanne initiated an exhibition that responded to Benoit’s tree sculptures. The title refers to the community of artists that contributed responses to the trees: neighbors, friends, and their friends.
und deren Freunde
with Angela Bulloch, Isa Melsheimer, and Christopher Roth
haubrok foundation, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin
Disappearing Berlin with Christopher RothGipsstrasse, Berlin August 18, 2019 www.disappearingberlin.de
The year-long DISAPPEARING BERLIN project will highlight some of Berlin’s most unique architecture and urban spaces that are currently at risk of disappearing or embody the rapid changes the city is going through. With a program of performances, installations and concerts Schinkel Pavillon will move into the city for the very first time and, together with the invited artists, creates a dialogue between performance, art and architecture to allow us to experience these places once more in a new way.
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Artist Talk with Christopher RothLa Loge, Brabant March 20, 2019, 7:30 pm www.la-loge.be
The second edition of Temple Talks focuses on the role of television in broadcasting ideas about art and architecture. Inspired by collectives such as TVTV, the Videofreex and the The Raindance Foundation, as well as live television and the communicative power of YouTube, Berlin artist Christopher Roth will discuss the potential of TV for architecture and urban planning as opposed to maps and models to share future visions and ideas.
Legislating Architecture: Architecting After Politics. A project by Brandlhuber+ and Christopher RothAut. Architecture and Tyrol, Innsbruck March 14 – June 8, 2019 www.aut.cc
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Christopher Roth: The Property Drama (Trailer)Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017 September 16, 2017 – January 7, 2018 www.chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org
Christopher Roth: J.G. Ballard Screening and Conversation with Christopher PetitDecad, Berlin April 29, 2017 at 3pm www.decad.org