post-title Street Screening Progamme | drj art projects | 25.02.-25.03.2022

Street Screening Progamme | drj art projects | 25.02.-25.03.2022

Street Screening Progamme | drj art projects | 25.02.-25.03.2022

Street Screening Progamme | drj art projects | 25.02.-25.03.2022

until 25.03. | #3334ARTatBerlin | drj art projects presents from 25th February 2022 a Street Screening Progamme. The premiere, scheduled for 18 February, was postponed by seven days due to last week’s storm.

In February and March 2022, drj art projects will focus on the Street Screening Progamme. In addition to the established 9:16 video format in the Digital Shop Window, the entrance area of drj will also become a film stage: video works by artists from the expanded drj programme will be shown there on a screen as wide as the room. These works can only be viewed from the outside, through the shop window.

The participating artists are Monika Brandmeier, Christoph Brech, Jan van Munster and Lindsay Packer. Their contributions will be shown weekly, always on Friday evenings from 6 pm.
A programme of about 60 minutes will be shown on the film stage, starting on the hour.

The detailed sequence can be found on https://drj-art-projects.com/street-screening-programme.

In parallel, new video works can be seen daily, 24/7 and alternating from week to week, on the 9:16 monitor, first by Wolfgang Berndt and Lindsay Packer and then contributions by Carles Valverde and Oliver Siebeck from the previous programme. This will also be updated on the drj website.

Première: Friday, 25 February 2022, 6:00 p.m.

Further dates: Friday, 4 March, 11 March and 18 March 2022, both at 6:00 p.m.

Dernière: Friday, 25 March 2022, 6:00 p.m.

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Image caption: Video still from Lindsay Packer – Observer Effect, 2022

Exhibition Street Screening Programme – drj art projects | Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin – Ausstellungen Berlin Galerien | ART at Berlin

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