Over the course of a year, the IBB Video Lounge will present twelve artists who have recently attracted attention with an innovative approach to the film or video medium. Documentary techniques will feature alongside strategies for challenging the medium and testing new formats for cinematic narrative. Other artists we invite to participate will stand out for the way they explore aesthetic issues, use film or video to record performances, or experiment around audio-visual questions.
The format is designed to include both established names in contemporary video art and young artists whose works have rarely been shown in museums. A new programme composed of different works will be launched every month.
This project has been facilitated by Investitionsbank Berlin (IBB).
Artists June 2013 to June 2014
Jumana Manna, 05.06.–01.07.2013
Andy Graydon, 03.07.–29.07.2013
Laura Horelli, 31.07.–26.08.2013
Hito Steyerl, 28.08.–23.09.2013
Ascan Breuer / Dokumentarisches Labor, 25.09.–21.10.2013
Klara Hobza, 23.10.–18.11.2013
Ilja Karilampi, 20.11.–16.12.2013
Nevin Aladag, 18.12.2013–02.02.2014
Patrycja German, 05.03.–31.03.2014
Kaya Behkalam, 02.04.–28.04.2014
kate hers RHEE, 30.04.–26.05.2014
Cathleen Schuster, 28.05.–23.06.2014
Wednesday–Monday 10 am–6 pm
February 10–15 2016
extended opening hours:
10 am–8 pm
During the exhibition Max Beckmann
Day ticket 10 Euro
Concessions, day ticket 7 Euro
Every 1st Monday in the month 6 Euro
Free Entry for Children and young people, aged 18 and under
Concessions upon presentation of a ticket from the Jewish Museum Berlin (JMB) within 3 days.