Exhibition: Reflection and Appearance, a Relation-Position Project


The experiments of the Walther Group regarding "indefinite causal order" are part of an exhibition at the "G.A.S-station" in Berlin, which can be seen since the 16th of October until the 28th of February 2019!

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The 8th international, interdisciplinary and topic centered exhibition project of G.A.S-station

Reflection and Appearance, a Relation-Position Project
Vernissage: 12. Oktober 2018, 6 pm with guided tours and performance
Exhibition: 16.10.2018-28.2.2019, Tu-Fr 2-6 p.m., 1st Sat/month 2-5 p.m.

Edin Bajrić - Spiegel Licht, Photographs | Veruschka Bohn - How to disappear, Performance, Photographs | Thomas Born - Beobachter, Gaffer, Voyeure, Lecture | Časlav Brukner - Quantum causality. Experimental verification of an indefinite causal order, scientific article, poster object | Marion Luise Buchmann - Bewegtes Selbst, Video | Jana Debrodt - Spot an, Klang!, sound installation | Thilo Droste - Droste, Goya auf Unleserlich (out of the seria Survival Reloaded) | David Ender - Der Spiegel, Literature | Dominic Gagnon - Going South/part 4: Dear haters, video installation | Vittorio Gallese - Visions of the Body: Embodied Simulation and Aesthetic Experience, Science | Stephan Groß - Beats, animated video loop (music: Alfred Banze) | Wolfgang Grossmann - Wie Mathieu sein Spiegelbild verliert ..., performative reading | Harald Hofer - Was wissen wir über die Realität?, scientific guided tour | Thomas Kemnitz - time-shift, Experimental documentation | Petra Lottje - The World Summit, Video | Jerzy Olek - Spiked Object, Three dimensional photoinstallation | Oliver Orthuber/Rieko Okuda - Myriade / Video-Sound-Performance-Installation | Michael H. Rohde - nietzsche haus, einstein haus, Photographs | Carlo Rovelli - Die Wirklichkeit, die nicht so ist, wie sie scheint: Eine Reise in die Welt der Quantengravitation (Reality Is Not What It Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity) / Relational Quantum Quantum Mechanics, Science | Julia Schewalie - nylon#acrylic mirror, Objects | Nora Schöpfer - the sculpture and the viewer are one, Photoinstallation | Christiane Spatt - in disguise, Photographs | Claudia Taller, Syndrom? Down!, Literature | Stuck / Asenbaum - Spiegel Schein, Literaturesculpture | Helga Wimmer - Vor und hinter der Zeit - Zeitbilder und Zeiträume, Installation

Supporting program and Performances:

12.10.2018 - Vernissage
6:00 pm Was wissen wir über die Realität? / Scientific guided tour by Harald Hofer
6:35 pm Guided tour through the exhibition with Elisa Asenbaum
8:30 pm How to disappear / Performance by Veruschka Bohn
6:00 pm Guided tour through the exhibition Elisa Asenbaum
6:35 pm Beobachter, Gaffer, Voyeure / Lecture by Thomas Born
6:30 pm Myriade / Video-Sound-Performance-Installation by Oliver Orthuber - Rieko Okuda
7:30 pm Wie Mathieu sein Spiegelbild verliert und anstatt dessen seinen Zwillingsbruder wiederfindet / Reading with Wolfgang Grossmann out of the book by Michael Rom, will nicht zu den großohrigen elefanten, Vorwerk 8
2-6 pm Spot an, Klang! / sound iinstallation by Jana Debrodt
22.02.2019 - Finissage
6:00 pm Going South / Film by Dominic Gagnon

The whole is not more than the sum of its parts, but something different!”

The relation-position project refers to this thesis and with its corresponding theme of appearance and reflection attempts to visualise the connection between relative references and their possibilities of interpretation via its organically growing development process.
The word Schein (appearance, but also shine) alone is ambiguous, it can be conceived as glowing or aura of light, but also as deceit, imposture, ostensibly presenting something which at closer inspection turns out to be insubstantial. Illusion and deception are not only used persuasively in the animal kingdom, but also are common practice especially in our fast-paced culture of oversupply where they find easy prey.