post-title Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Jan Lemitz | Orte zwischen den Welten | LORIS | 01.10.–22.10.2016

Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Jan Lemitz | Orte zwischen den Welten | LORIS | 01.10.–22.10.2016

Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Jan Lemitz | Orte zwischen den Welten | LORIS | 01.10.–22.10.2016

Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Jan Lemitz | Orte zwischen den Welten | LORIS |  01.10.–22.10.2016

until 22.10. | LORIS shows within the scope of EMOP Berlin – European Month of Photography 2016 from the 1st October 2016 the exhibition “Orte zwischen den Welten” with the artists Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs and Jan Lemitz.

The photographs of Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs and Jan Lemitz peer into the ‘in-between’, exploring places between worlds and off ering a surprisingly intimate view of the fragmentations that characterize our time.

In Ostersbaum, Andy Heller searches for and finds constellations of an urban landscape that came about as the r esult of chance. A t the same time, nothing is unplanned, not a single millimetre wasted in the conv oluted architecture, so the pictures are snapshots of a temporar y settlement of the in-between.

Oliver Krebs presents globally textured images in which people inv ent their niches, overcome contradictions and nonetheless mer ge into ornament. According to the photographer, the images come from the ‘hinterland of the self ’.

With The Registration Machine, Jan Lemitz adds a temporal plane to the ensemble. Events connected to the construction of the E urotunnel in Calais ha ve left their traces. Images condense into stories and a smallest common multiplicity that must now be decipher ed.

Vernissage: Friday, 30th September 2016, 7 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 1st October – Saturday, 22nd October 2016

Lecture: Friday, 14th October 2016, 7 p.m. by David Evans: Informal Photography (in english)

Finissage: Friday, 21st October 2016, 7 p.m.

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Image caption: Andy Heller, Ostersbaum (Architekturen) 02

Exhibition Andy Heller, Oliver Krebs, Jan Lemitz – LORIS – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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