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For the third consecutive y ear\, exp12 / exposure twelve collective organises a screening called "the Flood wall"\, in order to show the diversity of the photographic language t hrough the work of emerging as well as renown artists. For this year\,our selection presents works which deal wi th the relationship of the real and what is being photographed : the images show something which one could see as familiar and which at the same time\ , raise another reality.

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Each artists works with the materiality of photography.< /p>\n

Daisuke Yokota questi ons the limits of reproduction (inherent to photography). He takes an endle ss number of photocopies or photographs in order to obtain a coarser grain and a high black and white contrast which erase faces and give a blurred ou tline of landscapes.

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Esther Teichmann paints on photographs. And\, through photographs of bodies and landscapes\, she deals in a sensual way with the notions of lov e and loss.

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In his own studio\, Peter Puklus takes photographs of objects made of flimsy materials that he has found and that he has put together beforehand.

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Dylan Perrenoud uses "the constant change in things" as an underlying principle for his work. A nd through pictures of natural elements (insects\, fossils\, rocks...)\, he is questioning himself about the notion of time and the process of sedimen tation.

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Leon C hew applies tin foil to the walls or floors of hotels rooms\, takes picture s of this work and then leaves it afterwards.

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< span style="font-size: small\;">Cemil Batur Gokceer plays with contrast and light in order to create ghostly presence.

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Relying on a basis of astronomical documents\ , Daniela Djukic mixes archive photographs and experimental ones.

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Raphael Dallaporta call s into question the notion of document \; he is using images taken by drone s\, of some archeological sites in Afghanistan\, that he sticks together in order to create asymmetrical bodies. "According to him\, these images show the weakness of our achievements" (Angela Lampe).

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Through poetical images\, Teresa Eng faces a trauma tic experience and subtly evokes the violence of something that has been li ved but remains unspoken.

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Extended opening hours: Saturday\, 18th of October 2 014 until 10 pm
Book presentation: 18th of November 2014\, 8 pm

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Peter Woelck (1948 &ndash\;2010) studied photography at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig. Fo llowing graduation\, he worked as a photographer for cultural offices\, new spapers\, publishers\, television\, and various larger companies in East Ge rmany. Parallel to the commissioned works\, he also made many independent p ieces in the areas of social reporting and architectural photography: views of the construction of the Berlin Television Tower and the Friedrichstadt- Palast\, portraits of the rural population
in the Erz Mountains and of street workers in Leipzig during the 1960s\, photos of dance competition s and musical events in the 1970s up to his documentation of the raves of t he early 1990s.

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The exhibition PEWO&rsquo\;s Report on the Situ ation for Youth is the second undertaking on the part of the &lsquo\;A G Woelck&rsquo\; (Klein/Klotzek/Schmitz) to present segments of the photogr apher&rsquo\;s extensive archive. It shows a cross-section of Woelck&rsquo\ ;s observations of various different scenes and contexts of youth culture a gainst the background of the social upheaval of the past few decades.


LAURA MARS GALLERY
Sorauer Straß \;e 3
10997 Berlin
Tel. 0049 &ndash\; (0)30 - 61074630
O pening hours: Tue &ndash\; Fri\, 1 &ndash\; 7 p.m. / Sat\, 1 &ndash\; 5 p.m .



On the occasion of the European Month of Photography\, Berlin 2014

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