19 Oct - 19 Dec 2010
October 19 - December 19, 2010
A Constructed World, BitteBitteJaJa, Bettina Atala, Jean-Marc Chapoulie, François Curlet, Denicolai & Provoost, Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil, Yona Friedman, Hein-Godehart Petschulat, Judith Hopf, Humanic TV spots, Christian Jankowski, Paulina León, John Miller, Johannes Post, Stefan Panhans, Julie Vayssière, Nicolas Aiello, Bad Beuys Entertainment, Lenka Clayton, Michelle Naismith, Simon Denny, Robert Filliou, Dani Gal, Matze Görig, Stephan Geene, Fabrice Hyber, Pierre Leguillon, Matthias Meyer, Takuji Kogo, Julian Scherer, Nadim Vardag, ZimmerFrei
iPods, Smartphones, iPads, Internet-TV, digital media-archives mean a radical change to the old-established role of TV as a mass medium: Today viewers are able to decide where and when they want to watch something.It is even possible to watch different programs at the same time.
Do these changes imply the "death" of television or does it succeed in reinventing itself?
Referring to normal TV-daily routine the three institutions work together on an eight-hour TV-program, that can be seen not only inside of these institutions but additionally in public spaces like waiting-zones or coffee shops.
A special edition of the French magazine »Multitudes« dealing with the subject »Art/TV-Clash« comes along with the project and will be released in three languages for the first time on this occasion.
The cooperation »Channel TV« between the French Centre des Arts cneai, Chatou near Paris, Halle für Kunst Lüneburg and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg focuses upon the current artistic practice concerning the television on different levels:
– The three institutions worked together on an eight-hour TV-program, that will be broadcasted in different places in Paris, Hamburg an Lüneburg. In Hamburg the hotels Europäischer Hof, which is situated opposite to the main station and Hotel Fresena at the Dammtorpalais take part in the project. Besides the channel Tide is broadcasting the program.
– A special edition of the French magazine »Multitudes« dealing with the subject »Art/TV-Clash« comes along with the project. It is now available in the Kunstverein and the bookstore Sautter & Lackmann.
– In the three institutions relevant exhibitions take place. The Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof is showing »Insert-never the same colour« by Heiko Karn, Katrin Mayer und Eske Schlüters.
»Channel TV« – a cooperations between:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg
and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
Sylvie Boulanger (cneai=), Marie Luise Birkholz/Britta Peters (KVHBF) and Hannes Loichinger (HfK Lüneburg).
with an introduction by Kathrin Peters
Thursday, July 8, 7 pm
with Heiko Karn, Katrin Mayer and Eske Schlüters
Sunday, October 31 2010, 4pm
Friday, december 3, 6pm
Presentation of the french magazine Multitudes and release of the special issue »Art/TV-Clash« with Yann Molier Boutang
Friday, december 10, 6pm
»Intimate TV« – a webcam-Performance by Paula Roush, London/UK, in coopertion with Maria Lusitano, Malmö/SE, and the local? audience
»Channel TV« – Broadcasting locations
from october 29 to december 19 2010
Hamburg main station
Europäischer Hof, Wellness-center
Kirchenallee 45, 20099 Hamburg
International train station Dammtor
Hotel Fresena, Foyer
Moorweidenstr. 34, 20146 Hamburg
International train station Harburg
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
in the station, above track 3 & 4
»Channel TV« on Tide TV, Hamburg and Alex TV, Berlin
The dates of the broadcast will be announced
Further exhibitions and events in the context of »Channel TV«
cneai= (centre national de l'édition et de l'art imprimé)
Hameau fournaise, Île des impressionnistes,
Opening: sunday, october 18 2010, 2pm tp 6pm
Exhibition: october 19 to december 19 2010
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 12am to 6pm
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg
Reichenbachstr. 2 D-21335 Lüneburg
»Simon Denny: Negative Headroom. The Broadcast Signal Intrusion Incident«
Opening:Friday, november 19 2010, 7pm
Exhibtion: november 20 2010 to january 16 2011
Opening hours: wednesday to sunday, 2pm to 6pm