The Chameleon's Eye

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The Chameleon's Eye, 15 June 2012
The Chameleon's Eye

Reuterstrasse 7
12053 Berlin

June 15th, 2012 - June 21st, 2012
Opening: June 15th, 2012 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Camden art Centre
curatorial, curator, contemporary art, Berlin artist photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, pop, landscape, surrealism, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture


20.00 Friday 15 June Preview (48 Stunden Neukölln)

19.00 Saturday 16 June Screening and talk with Angus Mill �

Tomoya Matsuzaki The Chameleon's Eye

Nicholas Brooks Megumi Fukuda Anne Hardy Vincent Hawkins James Krone Tomoya Matsuzaki Henri Michaux Angus Mill

"...sometimes, after a forest fire, the eyeballs of a chameleon are the only unburnt remains left on the ground. Chameleon's eyes, which are colder than liquid air, allow them to be able to look at the sun directly. They decompose light in their body so that they can change their skin colour freely ." Kobo Abe – The Wall, 1951.

(Translated by Tomoya Matsuzaki/Roderick Harris)

Tomoya Matsuzaki organises exhibitions from a practitioner’s perspective. He selects and shows art works and objects from artist's studios which often reveal the process of making art. His very personal search for the objects in the exhibition have involved research, studio visits, extensive discussions as well as chance encounters. For this project he has been resident at Centrum and has worked with both Berlin and London artists.

48 Stunden Neukölln 2012:

20.00 Friday 15 june Preview (48 Stunden Neukölln)

19.00 Saturday 16 June Screening and talk with Angus Mill

-Angus Mill is a UK based photographer and adventurer, he travels to Alaska and documents his journeys. He will be sharing his adventures whilst serving some food.

Please come early to secure a seat.

Opening times:

Friday 15 June 20.00 -22.00

Saturday 16 June 12.00 -22.00

Sunday 17 June 12.00-19.00

Monday 18 Thursday 21 June 15.00 -19.00

Tomoya Matsuzaki will be available to talk about the project throughout these opening times.�