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VIDEOs – THE FEAR SOCIETY – Pabellón de la Urgencia, La Biennale di Venezia.

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26 MAY -7 JUNE, video documentation.


(I) TANIA BRUGUERA Autosabotage, 2009.


(II) FERNANDO BRYCE, Die Welt, 2008, Serie of 195 drawings, ink on paper, dimension variables.


(III) JOTA CASTRO Shanghai, 2009, Installation, 40 Mikado sticks, Each stick 480 cm.


(IV) MARTIN DAMMANN, SoldierStudies, 2007 – 2008, serie of 24 photograps, dimension variables.


(V) REGINA JOSE GALINDO, Confesion, 2009, video from the performance. (video, color, sound, 02:25min.)


(VI) RAINER GANAHL, I love New York / Toxic Assets, 2009, Installation, various material, dimension variable.
Wo jiao Yu Ren, 2009, video, 4:00 min.


(VII) GOLDIECHIARI, Genealogia de Damnatio Memoriae, 2009, Carved magnolia, dimension variable


(VIII) HANS HAACKE, West Bank, 1994 – 27th Year of Ocupation, 2007 – 2009, 2 text panels, each 30x42cm, 1 photo panel, 30x21cm.


(IX) ALFREDO JAAR, Le Ceneri di Pasolini, 2009, video, 37:30 min.


(X) JESUS MARTINEZ OLIVA, Tornos de acceso, 2009, installation, 45 desks, dimension variable.


(XI) JESUS SEGURA, Transportted, 2007, 2 channels video installation, dimension variable.


(XII) ANN-SOFI SIDEN, Same Unknown (Strain 1, 2 and 3), 2009, 9 channels synched video installation, HD, 9 monitors, speakers, metal pole, dimension variable.

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June 3, 2009 at 10:24 am

Martin Dammann

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(Friedrichshafen/Bodensee, 1965. Lives and works in Berlin).
The series on show “Soldier Studies” focuses on the soldiers of the Second World War, involved in bizarre cross-dressing situations, a way to depict stereotyped situations of respectable matrimonial life, a sort of projection of petty-bourgeois life into the context of daily life during war time.

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photos by César Delgado Wixan

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May 30, 2009 at 6:40 pm