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EXHIBITIONS:

NO!-ON show, Berlin 2003NO!-ON SHOW | WHERE DO WE COME FROM? WHERE ARE WE GOING? WHERE ARE WE? These fundamental questions were already formulated by Gauguin as a theme in art. But those artists, art dealers and/or speculators on the art market who forget this and put commercial success, profit-oriented cultural politics and arrogant glitter exclusively first, act irresponsibly and mendaciously. Do we want to be objects or subjects of history? - Exhibition with Lurie, Lebel, Patterson, Kirves, Tambellini,Tobocman, Goldman, Ehm-Marks, Hallmann, Hass, hansk, Enzo, Kirves, Mead, Meseck, Salmon, Scheibner, Bruno S., LST, Theuerkauf, Wall, Wolf, Woytasik, Zownir.  more

optimistic-disease-facility show, Weimar-Buchenwald 2004optimistic - disease - facility
Weimar-Buchenwald Memorial | Boris Lurie, New York |. Documentation by Naomi T. Salmon | with Photo, Video, Audio | Book release  more

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PUBLICATION:

Boris Lurie: Geschriebigtes ..., coverNO!art in Buchenwald | Boris Lurie's poetry: Geschriebigtes / Gedichtigtes | catalogbook, Stuttgart 2003 | Catalog Book with poems, images, and commentaries in German. Compiled by Boris Lurie and Dietmar Kirves on the occasion of the show "Boris Lurie: Werke 1946-1998" at Memorial Weimar-Buchenwald 1998/99. | With contributions by his friends Enrico Baj, Paolo Baratella, Herb Brown, Ronaldo Brunet, Günter Brus, Erro, Klaus Fabricius, Charles Gatewood, Paul Georges, Jochen Gerz, Esther Morgenstern Gilman, Amikam Goldman, Leon Golub, Sam Goodman, Blalla W. Hallmann, Allan Kaprow, Yayoi Kusama, Konstantin K. Kuzminsky, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Martin Levitt, Suzanne Long, Clayton Patterson, Bernard Rancillac, Francis Salles, Naomi T. Salmon, Michelle Stuart, Aldo Tambellini, Klaus Theuerkauf, Seth Tobocman, Jean Toche, Toyo Tsuchiya, Wolf Vostell, Mathilda Wolf.  more

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AUDIO:

CD cover | INFOSOUND FOR NO!art IN BUCHENWALD by the German Braindead Terzett, Berlin, recorded at melk 36 studio, Berlin. Vocals: Frank Ehm-Marks - Guitar: LST, Bass, Loops: Peter Meseck more

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VIDEO:

see videooptimistic - disease - facility | documentary by Naomi Tereza Salmon, Weimar, about the NO!art co-founder Boris Lurie, 58 minutes | The life and work of Boris Lurie creates a radical, brusque, and at the same time a poetic cosmos. In New York where Lurie lives within his collages, the experience of the Nazi concentration camps seeps through everything. Apartment studio and laboratory all reflect a very personal artistic view of the past which surrounds him in the present. - After meeting the artist Naomi Tereza Salmon (who lives and works in Germany), at Buchenwald during the retrospective exhibition of his works in 1998/99, he gave her permission to document his apartment, studio and storage space. A dialogue developed, covering a range of issues, mainly about the past, about living in New York, about the Palestinian issue, including discussions on Stalin and capitalism. - The film is a result of this encounter, laconically trying to capture the authentic situation, and was made as a low budget project. Considering the fact that Lurie is the founder of the No!art movement, the making of the film is inspired by its manifest, which presents an opposition to american mass culture and to the commercalizing process of art, putting in question the scene of mainstream and pop art, creating a genuine ideological and fundamental aesthetic approach of its own. more

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brainshotsBRAINSHOTS: Thinking Remains + Bin Laden Virus + Human Tracks + Bushism + War Strike + Fight-Fund-Feed + Carneval + Flower Reich + Culture Husks + Buchenwald Memorial
 

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