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Until 11th August 2013

With Christin Berg (DE), Benedikte Bjerre (DK), Andreas Bülow Cosmus (DK), Oscar Carlson (SE), Ian Edmonds (CA), Natasja Loutchko (SE), John Skoog (SE), Giovanni Sortino (IT) and Marcello Spada (IT).

An exhibition of contemporary ethnographic and artistic practice by former and current Städelschule students.

In the spring 2013, nine artists spent a month at the Villa Lugaresi in Bellaria, a small town on the Adriatic coast, to re-open "Cinema-Teatro Apollo", a former picture-house. Together with the town of Bellaria, the cinema and villa have undergone several transformations over the last 100 years. In re-opening the cinema, the group attempts to let different changes and times collapse and overlap.

The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Labor proposes a performative approach to displaying research, fieldwork and objects. A publication is produced and bound on site in the Green Room. Each copy has a different page order and creates new juxtapositions and ways of understanding the material. This process is intended to remediate the original fieldwork that took place in Bellaria in the Apollo cinema.

This project was realised with the generous support of:

The Lugaresi Family
Städelschule Portikus e.V.
HfBK Städelschule
Weltkulturen Museum
Kinothek Asta Nielsen
Home Movies Bologna
Nicola Biondi
Johanna Raoust

Entrance free
Tue-Sun 11am-6pm, Wed 11am-8pm

Weltkulturen Labor, Green Room
Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt