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Exhibitions of the Kiosk archive

The Kiosk archive has been exhibited at:

Witte de With, center for contemporary art
Director: Catherine David.
In the framework of the exhibition „Territories“.
Oct. 2003, Rotterdam


KIOSK/KNOCK, overview

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Konsthall

In the framework of the exhibition „Territories“.
May 2004, Malmö

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Tanz im August. International Dance Festival Berlin

An event of "Berliner Kulturveranstaltungs- GmbH/ Tanzwerkstatt Berlin" and Hebbel am Ufer, supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds of Germany and "Senatsverwaltung für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur"
August 2005, Podewils’sches Palais, Berlin

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KW institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin
in the framework of "Space Controll 7" (Imaginary geographies)
& "Narrative 6" (Hans Ulrich Obrist and Michael Diers)
KIOSK for usefull knowledge
July 2005


Photo: Stefani Bürkle

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Kunst Macht Politik.
Eine Erkundung des Wirklichkeitsbezugs aktueller Künste.

Congress and exhibition of the Heinrich-Böll-foundation
Sept. 2005, Arena, Berlin-Treptow

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Tanzquartier Wien

in the framework of "A life in four hours" , narrative 12, 13, 14
March 2006, Museumsquartier, Vienna

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During the Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, 10th of March 2007 (19.00 p.m. - 24.00 p.m., HAU 2) the KIOSK-Archive presented:
"A Life in Four Hours" Hans Ulrich Obrist narrates.
Michael Diers listens.

(EvOST. E6: A-K (Part 1) DVD 1/2 & 2/2)

The talk was broadcasted in channel 6 in the BLACKRADIO

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KIOSK DIALOGUES ABOUT SPACE CONTROL
ON OKTO COMMUNITY TV VIENNA

Saturday, May 10th, 8 p.m. - 1.40 a.m.
reception was via Telekabel in Vienna and via web stream on www.okto.tv

Jeff Halper and Lindsay Bremner:
„Architecture of violence in post-apartheid Johannesburg and in East-Jerusalem"
(Archive Nr.: EvOST. T1: G5/5.6.03) Running time: 1:37, English OV

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht and Joseph Vogl:
„American Narratives"
(Archive Nr.: EvOST. T9) Running time: 2 hours, German

Eyal Weizman and David Campbell:
„About crimes that were committed at the drawing-board"
(Archive Nr.: EvOST. T1: G4/4.6.03) Running time: 2:00, English OV

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Open Air Kino and on Monitors

WAU , Hebbel am Ufer
12/13 June 2008