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Exhibition Detail
Gerichtstraße 65
13347 Berlin

October 1st, 2010 - October 9th, 2010
October 1st, 2010 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
X, Kika ThorneKika Thorne, X, 2010
AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, Tobias Nikolai SchulzTobias Nikolai Schulz, AS ABOVE, SO BELOW,
2010, Oil on canvas, 420 x 280 cm / 165.35' x 110.2'
Untitled (La Ruche), Antoine RenardAntoine Renard, Untitled (La Ruche), 2010
Ideal Work (Creative Solution), Aids-3DAids-3D, Ideal Work (Creative Solution),
2010, Flexible Panel, Unisolar Thin film solar panel, aluminum
Wonderful world of art, Jorge LopesJorge Lopes, Wonderful world of art,
2010, oil on canvas, 210 X 190 cm
Static 2, Tobias Nikolai SchulzTobias Nikolai Schulz, Static 2,
2010, Oil on canvas, 225 x 150 cm (88.6" x 59")
AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, Tobias Nikolai SchulzTobias Nikolai Schulz, AS ABOVE, SO BELOW,
2010, Oil on canvas, 420 x 280 cm / 165.35' x 110.2'
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sculpture, traditional, modern, figurative, abstract, surrealism, landscape, realism, pop, conceptual, performance, video-art, graffiti/street-art, installation, digital, mixed-media, photography

Sometimes an answer is more complex than the actual question. That goes especially for science and its approach to prove subjects far beyond general understanding capabilities. 
Perhaps the answer cannot be found by rationally following common rules, but by subconsciously creating models, not trying to prove fact but more so providing one's personal conclusion.
For instance, the universe offers questions but very little answers. Current theoretical physics as well as ancient Neo Platonic and Hermetic believes are seeing patterns reproduced in all levels of the cosmos.
That would mean that the answer to any possible question lies within ourselves. 

(Part 1 Berlin)
Group Exhibition 

Opening Reception:
Friday October 1, 2010
19:00 - 23:00h

October 2-9 2010
(By appointment)

Aids 3D, Guillaume Alimoussa, Gaelle Boucand, Nicolas Dusollier, Cecile B. Evans, Jorge Lopes, Viola Lopes, Antoine Renard, Tobias Nikolai Schulz, Kika Thorne
Curated by: Le Salon de Paris in conjunction with Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel


After Party:

***Two Year Anniversary***
Friday October 1 2010
23:00 - Late

From Tropical Thunderstorms to Wild Romances in Golden Age Metropolis, graced with Raw Jewels of the Spree; DISCO MYSTIX has been on a wild ride, never shy to go on new adventures.
After taking a while off, the bold event is back, taking you only one time this year on a new quest to celebrate its second anniversary - in space.

Stattbad's ancient pool dome will be transformed into a mysterious planetarium, perfectly suited to go on a psychedelic disco space odyssey. 
Light installations, 3D visuals and video projections will simulate an Einstein-Rosen Bridge. The wormhole is taking you from today's junkyards to far advanced future civilizations. A gate into a new dimension opens up in central Berlin. Secret fantasies have never been more real in the heavens. No rules apply when you're flying light years through space to find the answers. 

Music by:

Parus (Live)
My Name Is Claude (Live)
Manila_Soarex / Von Spar (Live)
Ben Mono (Compost)
Emil Doesn’t Drive (Studio X)
Cyprien Gaillard (Sprueth Magers)
Nite Shinin* (DISCO MYSTIX)
Benji DF (Discofasho)

Installation, Performance, Visual, Video & Light Art

Presented by: Le Salon de Paris 

STATTBAD | Gerichtstr 65 | 13347 Berlin

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