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I'll Remember April

, Anna Boghiguian, Alice Creischer, Eugenio Dittborn, Sophie Gogl, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Sandra Brandeis Crawford, Goshka Macuga, Monsieur Zohore

Opening  ›  Apr 26, 12:00 PM

Apr 26 – Jun 29, 2024

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A small exhibition at KOW that will open for the 2024 Gallery Weekend Berlin shows off the strengths of subtler notes. As politics and society are increasingly riven by entrenched antagonisms and reasoned argument is drowned out by simplistic and historically myopic polemics, the exhibition showcases international artists who offer finely nuanced perspectives on the layers of time behind the present, bringing a delicate sensibility to bear on complex histories.

Eine kleine Ausstellung bei KOW zeigt zum Gallery Weekend 2024 die Stärken leiser Töne. Während sich politische und soziale Welten immer mehr verhärten und inhaltlich wie historisch zunehmend eindimensional und polemisch argumentiert wird, präsentiert die Ausstellung internationale Künstler:innen, die fein differenzierte Perspektiven auf die Schichten der Zeit bieten, die hinter der Gegenwart liegen. Mit nuancierter Empfindsamkeit arbeiten sie an historischen Zusammenhängen.

The show is anchored in personal as well as collective experiences of violence whose traces remain ever-present. Alice Creischer (b. Gerolstein, D, 1960) has uncovered and exhibited facets of German and European history that had been left unsaid; the fragility of her forms and materials—usually paper—has always conveyed a sense of how precarious such a practice is. Whether she investigates the continuities linking the postwar German intelligence services to the Nazi era or the mechanics of violence employed by neocolonial economics, Creischer’s art renders her themes with a visual complexity that almost defies comprehension. Eugenio Dittborn (*1943 in Santiago de Chile) has been chronicling the emotional and social damage in Chilean society since Pinochet's violent regime.

Barbara Hammer (b. Hollywood, US, 1939) told stories of the diverse experiences of women, especially lesbian women, for whom history had no room. Her 16mm film Pools is a tribute to the pioneering architect Julia Morgan. Her Love Letter (1996) exemplarily visualizes how affection might intertwine the past and the future. Sandra Brandeis Crawford (*1955 in London, UK) and Goshka Macugas (*1967 in Warsaw) pay tribute to female modern artists who were neglected in their time because of their gender.

Monsieur Zohore’s (b. Potomac, US, 1993) works pile up cultural strata to amalgamate his roots in Côte d’Ivoire, his queer life in the U.S., and the materiality of everyday life. A cycle of drawings by Anna Boghiguian (b. Cairo, 1946) contemplates the self in its relations to museum representation, cultural memory, and nationalism.

In the space between these works: Sophie Gogl’s (b. Kitzbühel, AT, 1992) Suitcases, which have manifestly lost all touch with their intended purpose, the voyage through time and space—they have become home to mushrooms and lichen. Reminiscences of a former owner’s possessions rising from the depths? Or layers of a new existence and timescale beyond the designated mobility?

The artists in the exhibition perform the labor of remembering and translate moments in time and narratives into material reality. Their works bring home to us how protean the present is, how intricate and complicated the engagement with it. Too complicated for the pace and volume of politics and media to do justice to it, as recent experience has made painfully clear. One of art’s merits, we are learning these days, is its indispensable function as a correction: it enriches everything that looks, or is packaged to look, neat and simple by supplying unpleasant complexities. Thank you, dear art!

The exhibition’s title, I’ll Remember April, is borrowed from a jazz classic that was covered by numerous artists. The lyrics muse about how the joys of the past can be preserved in our recollection to become an ever-present source of happiness that transcends the passage of time.

Die Schau hat einen Ausgangspunkt in persönlichen wie kollektiven Gewalterfahrungen, deren Spuren ständig gegenwärtig bleiben. Alice Creischer (*1960 in Gerolstein, D) hat wie kaum eine Künstlerin Ungesagtes der deutschen und der europäischen Geschichte aufgespürt und ausgestellt, und die Fragilität ihrer Formen und Materialien hat stets davon berichtet, wie angreifbar eine solche Praxis ist. Ob NS-Kontinuität im deutschen Geheimdienst oder Gewaltmechaniken neokolonialer Ökonomie, Creischer erfasst ihre Themen künstlerisch in einer visuell kaum zu bewältigenden Vielschichtigkeit. Eugenio Dittborn (*1943 in Santiago de Chile) zeichnet seit dem Gewaltregime Pinochets die emotionalen und sozialen Schäden in der chilenischen Gesellschaft auf.

Barbara Hammer (*1939 in Hollywood, US) hat zahlreiche Geschichten von Frauen erzählt, vor allem von lesbischen Frauen, für die kein Platz in der Geschichte vorgesehen war. Ihr 16mm-Film Pools würdigt die Architekturpionierin Julia Morgan. Ihr Love Letter von 1996 zeigt exemplarisch, wie in der Liebe Vergangenes und Kommendes verbunden sein können. Sandra Brandeis Crawford (*1955 in London, UK) und Goshka Macugas (*1967 in Warschau) würdigen Künstlerinnen der Moderne, die zu ihrer Zeit aufgrund ihres Geschlechts vernachlässigt wurden.

Monsieur Zohore (*1993 in Potomac, US) legt in seinen Werken kulturelle Schichten übereinander, die seine Herkunft von der Elfenbeinküste, sein queeres Leben in den USA und die Materialität des Alltags zusammenführen. Anna Boghiguian (*1946 in Kairo) blickt in einem Zyklus von Zeichnungen auf das Selbst in seiner Beziehung zu musealer Repräsentation, kultureller Erinnerung und Nationalismus.

Im Raum zwischen diesen Arbeiten: Koffer von Sophie Gogl (*1992 in Kitzbühel, AT), die offenbar aus ihrer Bestimmung, der Reise durch Zeit und Raum, herausgefallen sind – Pilze und Flechten bewohnen sie. Reminiszenzen alter Inhalte, die an die Oberfläche dringen? Oder Schichten einer neuen Existenz und Zeitrechnung jenseits der vorhergesehenen Mobilität?

Die Künstler:innen der Ausstellung leisten Erinnerungsarbeit und überführen Zeiten und Erzählungen in Material. Ihre Werke führen uns vor Augen, wie vielgliedrig, wie komplex, wie kompliziert die Arbeit an der Gegenwart ist. Zu kompliziert, als dass ihr die Geschwindigkeit und Lautstärke von Politik und Medien gerecht werden können, wie wir aktuell schmerzlich erleben. Ein Wert der Kunst, das zeigt sich in diesen Tagen, ist ihr unverzichtbar korrigierender Zug, alles das, was hübsch einfach aussieht oder so verpackt wird, unangenehm kompliziert zu machen und anzureichern mit Hintergrund und Zusammenhang. Danke dafür, liebe Kunst!

Der Titel der Ausstellung, I’ll Remember April, ist einem Jazzklassiker entliehen, von dem es zahlreiche Coverversionen gibt. Es handelt davon, wie vergangenes Glück in unserer Erinnerung stets gegenwärtig bleiben kann und dabei den Lauf der Zeit transzendiert.

Text: Alexander Koch
Photos: Ladislav zajac

Text: Alexander Koch

I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
I'll Remember April, installation views KOW 2024, photo: Ladislav Zajac
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2024

Social Geometry

, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Apr 26 – Jun 29, 2024

I'll Remember April

, Anna Boghiguian, Alice Creischer, Eugenio Dittborn, Sophie Gogl, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Sandra Brandeis Crawford, Goshka Macuga, Monsieur Zohore
Apr 26 – Jun 29, 2024

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, Alice Creischer, Heinrich Dunst, Franz Erhard Walther, Frank Heath, Nova Jiang, Thomas Lerooy, Hanne Lippard, Emile Rubino, Nora Turato
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exercises in popular gymnastics

, Santiago Sierra
Mar 9 – Apr 13, 2024

CTRL V (Am Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna)

, CATPC, Sophie Gogl, Simon Lehner, Julien Bismuth, Tatjana Danneberg, Sam Ekwurtzel, Katja Mater, Florian Meisenberg
Apr 3 – May 11, 2024

Fremdkörper (Am Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna)

, Candice Breitz, Marco A. Castillo, Dierk Schmidt, Sharona Franklin, Baseera Khan, Brilant Milazimi, Hana Miletic, Mie Yim
Feb 17 – Mar 23, 2024

My Mountain Has No Summit

, Simon Lehner
Nov 18, 2023 – Feb 25, 2024

2023

Teatro Popular

, Peter Friedl
Sep 15 – Nov 4, 2023

Like a Good, Good, Good Boy

, Hiwa K
Apr 28 – Jul 22, 2023

Casa Negra

, Marco A. Castillo
Mar 17 – Apr 15, 2023

Barbara Hammer & Hudinilson Jr

, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Hudinilson Jr
Mar 17 – Apr 15, 2023

Watching TV in Narva

, Tobias Zielony
Jan 28 – Mar 4, 2023

Das Auto Rosi aber

, Anna Boghiguian, Candice Breitz, Marco A. Castillo, Alice Creischer, Chto Delat, Heinrich Dunst, Anna Ehrenstein, Peter Friedl, Sophie Gogl, Clegg & Guttmann, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Hiwa K, Simon Lehner, Renzo Martens, Oswald Oberhuber, Mario Pfeifer, Santiago Sierra, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther
Nov 26, 2022 – Jan 14, 2023

2022

Proof of the Unthinkable

, Mario Pfeifer
Sep 16 – Nov 12, 2022

JOINT VENTURES: Carlos∕Ishikawa, London

Richard Sides – Basic Vision
Sep 16 – Nov 12, 2022

KOW at Sperling, Munich: Various Others 2022

, Anna Ehrenstein, Andrew Gilbert
Sep 10 – Oct 15, 2022

Latest News

Istvan Kantor
Jul 15 – Aug 20, 2022

Canary Archive

, Chto Delat
Jul 15 – Aug 20, 2022

KOW at LA MAISON DE RENDEZ–VOUS, Brussels: Kleine Beestjes

, Sophie Gogl
Jul 6 – Aug 31, 2022

Anna Boghiguian

, Anna Boghiguian
Apr 29 – Jun 25, 2022

Anna Boghiguian / Alice Creischer

, Anna Boghiguian, Alice Creischer
Apr 29 – Jun 25, 2022

BALOT

, CATPC, Renzo Martens
Feb 11 – Apr 8, 2022

The Albanian Conference: Home Is Where The Hatred Is

, Anna Ehrenstein, feat. DNA, Fadescha, Rebecca-Pokua Korang
Nov 12, 2021 – Jan 29, 2022

Idea / Ideal

, Marco A. Castillo
Nov 12, 2021 – Jan 29, 2022

2021

Michael E. Smith

, Michael E. Smith
Sep 10 – Oct 31, 2021

The Bell Project

, Hiwa K
Jun 18 – Jul 24, 2021

Joint Ventures: Felix Gaudlitz, Vienna

Milena Büsch, Simon Lässig, Vera Lutz
Jun 18 – Jul 24, 2021

Jars

, Sophie Gogl
May 1 – Jul 24, 2021

What must not be, cannot be

, Mario Pfeifer
May 1 – Jun 12, 2021

Joint Ventures: Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Wien

Sonia Leimer – Junks of Joy
May 1 – Jun 12, 2021

Downstairs: Forced Love

, CATPC
Mar 26 – Apr 18, 2021

Permanente Veränderung

, Oswald Oberhuber
Mar 8 – Apr 18, 2021

JOINT ventures: Modern Art, London

Collier Schorr - Day for Night (1992/2021)
Mar 8 – Apr 18, 2021

Online exhibition: works on paper

, Oswald Oberhuber
Feb 1 – Mar 26, 2021

KOLONNEN - hohenzollern ist jetzt ein Verb

, Dierk Schmidt
Nov 20, 2020 – Jan 30, 2021

Downstairs: Airmail Paintings 186 and 192

, Eugenio Dittborn
Nov 20, 2020 – Jan 30, 2021

Online exhibition: The films

, Eugenio Dittborn
Dec 4, 2020 – Jan 31, 2021

2020

Online exhibition: One night in a social network

, Chto Delat
Oct 4 – Dec 4, 2020

Would You Like to Meet Your Neighbor?

, Estate of Barbara Hammer
Sep 11 – Nov 7, 2020

Downstairs: Two recent films

, Tobias Zielony
Sep 11 – Nov 7, 2020

OUT OF THE DARK II

, Candice Breitz, Chto Delat, Clegg & Guttmann, Alice Creischer, Heinrich Dunst, Estate of Barbara Hammer, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze, Hiwa K, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Oswald Oberhuber, Mario Pfeifer, Dierk Schmidt, Santiago Sierra, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, CATPC, Anna Ehrenstein, Christoph Schäfer
May 23 – Aug 15, 2020

Online exhibition: The Illusion of a Crowd

, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Apr 7 – May 31, 2020

Labour

, Candice Breitz
Feb 29 – Apr 30, 2020

Machines to change the world

Elena Asins
Feb 15 – Mar 14, 2020

Downstairs: Maschinen zur Veränderung der Welt

, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze
Feb 15 – Mar 14, 2020

TOASTED ANGELS, SOUNDS OF STEEL

, Estate of León Ferrari
Nov 23, 2019 – Feb 1, 2020

Michael E. Smith

, Michael E. Smith
Sep 13, 2019 – Jan 25, 2020

2019

Stadtschlawinereien

, Alice Creischer, Dierk Schmidt, Michael E. Smith, Brandlhuber+, Larissa Fassler, Adelita Husni-Bey, Peng!, Andrea Pichl, Andreas Siekmann, Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca, Weekend & Plaste, et al.
Sep 7 – Nov 9, 2019

Oberhuber. Un futuro.

, Oswald Oberhuber
May 31 – Jul 27, 2019

Clegg & Guttmann and Franz Erhard Walther

, Clegg & Guttmann, Franz Erhard Walther
Apr 26 – Jul 27, 2019

Make up

, Tobias Zielony
Mar 2 – May 18, 2019

Ostalgie

Henrike Naumann
Feb 2 – Apr 28, 2019

His Master's Voice

, Alice Creischer
Nov 24, 2018 – Jan 19, 2019

Crusoe

, Eugenio Dittborn
Nov 24, 2018 – Jan 19, 2019

Contribution to Light. The Early Works of Barbara Hammer

, Estate of Barbara Hammer
Sep 13, 2018 – Jan 31, 2019

2018

Was euch am Leben hält, ist, was bei uns zu Asche zerfällt *

, Alice Creischer, Mario Pfeifer, Michael E. Smith, Tobias Zielony, Henrike Naumann
Sep 8 – Nov 10, 2018

EL OTRO, EL MISMO / THE OTHER, THE SAME

Los Carpinteros
Apr 28 – Jul 21, 2018

Maskirovka

, Tobias Zielony
Mar 24 – Apr 15, 2018

Double Bodies

, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger
Feb 10 – Mar 17, 2018

Hotel Résistance

Ahmet Öğüt
Nov 25, 2017 – Jan 28, 2018

2017

Michael E. Smith

, Michael E. Smith
Sep 16 – Nov 5, 2017

Love Story

, Candice Breitz
Apr 29 – Jul 30, 2017

On the Possibility of Light

, Chto Delat
Feb 18 – Apr 9, 2017

On Fear and Education, Disenchantment and Justice, Protest and Disunion in Saxony / Germany

, Mario Pfeifer
Dec 1, 2016 – Apr 15, 2017

The Cabinet of Ramon Haze

, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze
Nov 19, 2016 – Jan 29, 2017

Things, Not Words

, Heinrich Dunst
Nov 19, 2016 – Jan 29, 2017

2016

Barbara Hammer & Oswald Oberhuber

, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Oswald Oberhuber
Sep 17 – Nov 6, 2016

Out Of The Dark

, Chto Delat, Alice Creischer, Eugenio Dittborn, Heinrich Dunst, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Hiwa K, Renzo Martens, Chris Martin, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Mario Pfeifer, Dierk Schmidt, Tina Schulz, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze
Jun 26 – Jul 31, 2016

The Citizen

, Tobias Zielony
Apr 30 – Jun 12, 2016

This Lemon Tastes of Apple

, Hiwa K
Apr 30 – Jun 12, 2016

Broken Windows 6.3

, Dierk Schmidt
Mar 12 – Apr 16, 2016

Cast Behind You The Bones Of Your Mother

, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Dec 19, 2015 – Feb 27, 2016

2015

Left To Our Own Devices

Hito Steyerl
Sep 17 – Dec 5, 2015

A Summer Of Films

, Chto Delat, Alice Creischer, Eugenio Dittborn, Heinrich Dunst, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Renzo Martens, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Mario Pfeifer, Tina Schulz, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, Screening program
Jun 28 – Jul 26, 2015

Approximation In The Digital Age To A Humanity Condemned To Disappear

, Mario Pfeifer
May 2 – Jun 25, 2015

A Lucky Day

, Renzo Martens, CATPC
May 2 – Jul 26, 2015

Time Capsule. Artistic Report on Catastrophes and Utopia

, Chto Delat
Feb 28 – Apr 18, 2015

Have A Crush

, Estate of Barbara Hammer
Jan 10 – Feb 14, 2015

Dream Lovers. The Films 2008–2014

, Tobias Zielony
Dec 6, 2014 – Feb 14, 2015

2014

Dämmstoffe

, Heinrich Dunst
Nov 1 – Dec 18, 2014

Pinturas Aeropostales

, Eugenio Dittborn
Sep 13 – Nov 23, 2014

Cool Drink on a Hot Day

, Chris Martin
May 3 – Jul 27, 2014

In The Stomach Of The Predators

, Alice Creischer
Mar 1 – Apr 19, 2014

2013

Körperformen

, Franz Erhard Walther
Nov 30 – Feb 13, 2013

40 cbm Of Earth From The Iberian Peninsula

, Santiago Sierra
Sep 14 – Oct 30, 2013

Michael E. Smith II

, Michael E. Smith
Apr 27 – Jul 13, 2013

Dignity

, Estate of Barbara Hammer
Feb 16 – Apr 14, 2013

Believers

, Alice Creischer, Chto Delat, Estate of Barbara Hammer, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther, Tobias Zielony, Zanny Begg, Joseph Beuys, Arno Brandlhuber, Ines Doujak, Philippe Halsman, Adrian Piper, Pussy Riot, Christoph Schlingensief, Andreas Siekmann, Santiago Sierra, Andreas Slominski, Sean Snyder
Nov 10, 2012 – Feb 3, 2013

2012

Im Archipel

Arno Brandlhuber
Sep 8 – Oct 21, 2012

Das Etablissement der Tatsachen The Establishment of Matters of Fact

, Alice Creischer
Apr 27 – Jul 22, 2012

Manitoba

, Tobias Zielony
Feb 3 – Apr 15, 2012

Tina Schulz

, Tina Schulz
Nov 5, 2011 – Jan 28, 2012

2011

A Formal Film In Nine Episodes, Prologue & Epilogue

, Mario Pfeifer
Sep 10 – Oct 28, 2011

Social Violence

, Santiago Sierra, Cady Noland
Apr 30 – Jul 29, 2011

Barbara Hammer

, Estate of Barbara Hammer
Feb 12 – Mar 17, 2011

Franz Erhard Walther

, Franz Erhard Walther
Nov 6, 2010 – Feb 11, 2011

2010

Chris Martin

, Chris Martin
Sep 11 – Oct 24, 2010

Michael E. Smith

, Michael E. Smith
Jun 12 – Jul 25, 2010

Vele, Zgora

, Tobias Zielony
May 1 – Jun 5, 2010

The Fourth Wall

, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Jan 23 – Apr 22, 2010

Antirepresentationalism 3: Issues of Empathy Conceptual and Socially oriented Art in Leipzig 1997–2009

, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze, Mario Pfeifer, Tina Schulz, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, Peggy Buth, Jan Caspers/ Anne König/ Jan Wenzel, Chat, Markus Dressen, Famed, Till Gathmann, Lina Grumm, Andreas Grahl, Henriette Grahnert, Mark Hamilton, Bertram Haude, Ramon Haze, Oliver Kossack, Andrea Legiehn, Thomas Lüer, Claudia Annette Maier, Ulrich Polster, Julius Popp, schau-vogel-schau, Julia Schmidt, Tilo Schulz, spector cut+paste, Christoph Weber, Arthur Zalewski
Nov 28, 2009 – Jan 15, 2010

2009

Antirepresentationalism 2: Trouble with Realism. Conceptual and Socially oriented Art in Leipzig 1997–2009

, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze, Mario Pfeifer, Tina Schulz, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, Peggy Buth, Famed, Markus Dressen, Andreas Grahl, Henriette Grahnert, Eiko Grimmberg/ Arthur Zalewski, Mark Hamilton, Ramon Haze, Oliver Kossack, Claudia Annette Maier, Ulrich Polster, Julius Popp, schau-vogel-schau (Marcel Bühler, Alexander Koch), Julia Schmidt, Tilo Schulz, spector cut+paste, Christoph Weber
Oct 17 – Nov 21, 2009

Antirepresentationalism 1: Politics of Redescription. Conceptual and Socially oriented Art in Leipzig 1997–2009

, The Cabinet of Ramon Haze, Mario Pfeifer, Tina Schulz, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony, Peggy Buth, Jan Caspers/ Anne König/ Jan Wenzel, Chat, Markus Dressen, Famed, Till Gathmann, Lina Grumm, Andreas Grahl, Henriette Grahnert, Mark Hamilton, Bertram Haude, Oliver Kossack, Andrea Legiehn, Thomas Lüer, Claudia Annette Maier, Ulrich Polster, Julius Popp, schau-vogel-schau, Julia Schmidt, Tilo Schulz, spector cut+paste, Christoph Weber, Arthur Zalewski
Sep 4 – Oct 10, 2009

KOW ISSUE 5: Spirituality and Anti-Universalism

, Chris Martin
May 1 – May 30, 2009

KOW ISSUE 4: THE SOCIAL USE OF SIGNS (OBLIGATION TO EXPRESS)

, Tina Schulz
Apr 3 – Apr 27, 2009

KOW ISSUE 3: Detroits' Post-Fordism

, Michael E. Smith
Mar 27 – Mar 29, 2009

KOW ISSUE 1: Participatory Minimalism

, Franz Erhard Walther
Feb 27 – Mar 21, 2009

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