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SPECIAL EVENTS at the Deutsche Guggenheim Museum – Berlin

Artist’s Talks:
Orit Raff, Stan Douglas, Elger Esser, Armin Linke und Thomas Flechtner
On the occasion of True North, five of the exhibition’s artists will participate in a series of Artist’s Talks at the Deutsche Guggenheim, offering insights into their works, which often engage the Romantic myth of the rough, untouched North.

Saturday, 02.02., 12 p.m.
Artist’s Talk with Orit Raff
in English

Thursday, 14.02., 7 p.m.
Artist’s Talk with Stan Douglas
in English

Thursday, 21.02., 7 p.m.
Artist’s Talk with Elger Esser
Painting and Photography. A Relationship.
in English

Thursday, 06.03., 7 p.m.
Artist’s Talk with Armin Linke
With a special audiovisual performance.
in English

Thursday, 27.03., 7 p.m.
Artist’s Talk with Thomas Flechtner
in English

If not otherwise specified, all events take place at the Deutsche Guggenheim.
All lectures in German unless otherwise indicated.
For English and French lectures please contact (030) 20 20 93-18.

FILM PROGRAM

Tuesday, 11.03., 7 p.m.
Glenn Gould: The Idea of North
Variations on Glenn Gould, 1969, Director: Perry Rosemond
The Idea of North, 1970, Director: Judith Pearlman
Introduction Stefan Iglhaut, cultural scientist and curator, Berlin
The Idea of North is the title of the first part of Glenn Gould’s “oral tone poem” Solitude Trilogy, a groundbreaking radio broadcast. Gould arranged the voices of five different narrators as a fugue-like composition, weaving together various tales about, and thoughts on the North. Variations on Glenn Gould follows the artist as he takes a walk near Wawa, north of Toronto; Judith Pearlman’s TV documentary visualizes Gould’s radio masterpiece.

Film Series Ice and Snow on the Silver Screen
On the occasion of the exhibition True North, the Deutsche Guggenheim, in cooperation with the Kino Arsenal will present the film series Ice and Snow on the Silver Screen, offering a broad spectrum of cinematic works ranging from the first snowflakes and icescapes captured on film in 1895 to contemporary wintry panoramas, both documentary and staged.

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