Ludovica Gioscia

Included in an exhibition of posters by 22 international artists in the vitrines of cinemas in Berlin-Mitte

An exhibition in the showcases of the cinemas Babylon, Kino Central, Kino International and Hackesche Höfe Kino in Berlin-Mitte featuring:


Caroline Achaintre, Xavier Antin, Pierre-Olivier Arnaud, Heike Bollig, Andreas Bunte, Susanne Bürner, Annika Eriksson, Ludovica Gioscia, Michael Hakimi, Richard Hards, Laura Horelli, Dominique Hurth, Kerstin Kartscher, Sharon Lockhart, Paul McDevitt, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Prinz Gholam, Maya Schweizer, Gonçalo Sena, Heidi Specker, Katja Strunz, Sue Tompkins.


"Day for Night" refers to the cinematographic set technique used to simulate a night scene shot during daylight using specific filters. Under this title, the 22 invited artists will present a total of 44 posters in the cinema showcases.


All the artists of the exhibition show a strong interest in image-making - conceptually and literally - often in relation to film. Some of the works refer directly to photography and moving images, others focus on performative strategies. Finally, some are dedicated to the poster itself and various collage, printing and reproduction techniques.


The exhibition was conceived by the artists Susanne Bürner and Dominique Hurth. It will be on view until the cinemas will use their showcases again. The exhibition can be supported with the purchase of the artists' posters on "day for night".


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April 26, 2021