Andy Berner // Ulrike Buhl // Anastasia Cazabon // Alexandra Centmayer & Rolf Behringer // Thilo Droste // Joan Farrenkopf // Rachel Fein Smolinski // Liat Grayver // Benjamin Grosser // Karl-Heinz Jeron // Luke Munn // Ilya Noé // Nara Now // Stefanie Reling // The Fortunists // Lukas Troberg

For the intervention in this show the participants agreed to present a contribution, that has been made in collaboration with a non human living form.

Open on Sat. October 22nd from
20.00 Uhr / 8pm until 01.00 Uhr / 1am.

Kreuzberg Pavillon
Naunynstraße 53
10999 Berlin


Dreaming time has reversed — and you seem reflected in the infinite of the lamps.
Das Träumen von Zeit ist aufgehoben – und du scheinst im Endlosen der Lampen reflektiert.


Butterfly effect
The butterfly effect is a metaphor for sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory. Small causes can have large effects. In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state. The name, coined by Edward Lorenz, is derived from the metaphorical example of the details of a hurricane (exact time of formation, exact path taken) being influenced by minor perturbations such as the flapping of the wings of a distant butterfly several weeks earlier. A very small change in initial conditions had created a significantly different outcome. (Quelle: Wikipedia

Technique: Extrusion drawing on a photograph, which was taken in summer 2016, when a little moth visited my bathroom and rested kindly on the mirror until the photo was made. The title is an extract of a spam mail.
Colour print, 15 x 15 cm