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The Fridericianum is coming to you!

We will be sharing a varied program across our digital channels, including interviews, exhibition tours, and statements related to the current Forrest Bess exhibition as well as special formats of...
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FF - LIVE AT THE FRIDERICIANUM

...The fast-paced, rhythmic 48-second clip shows different found images of staircases to which the Berlin-based artist has added the W-questions related to the basic circumstances of existence: “WER!!?,” “WANN!!?,” “WAS!!?,”...
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FF - LIVE AT THE FRIDERICIANUM

...Twitter account, online news coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, forest fires, the opening passage of the U.S. Constitution, speleologists equipped with spotlights, and snails making love. Over and over, the...
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Ron Nagle: Sub Rosa

...more involved when I decided to merge the two elements. I would adjust my posture, pose, and attire to best accommodate the postcard. Sometimes it would take a hundred shots...
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FF - Live at the Fridericianum / Dokfestforum

...similar sounding yet completely contrary terms: from the Russian word “subbotnik”, which describes the initially voluntary but later often imposed civilian national service in the Eastern bloc, and from Morton...
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Lecture

...lecture, adapted from her recent essay on Rachel Rose, writer Quinn Latimer considers some of the speculative dimensions of Rose’s work. Cosmos, colony, and childhood; reproduction, repetition, and narrative: the...
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...of your personal data): As part of our online service provision, and as part of expanding our reach and our content, we make consequent use of external services and service...
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Press

...including snippets showing President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, online news coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, forest fires, the opening passage of the U.S. Constitution, speleologists equipped with spotlights, and snails...
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