Pogo Bar:
Elisabeth Molin
-165 meters, times zero and 18 suns in space


25 November 21, 9 pm
In English
Venue: KW, 4th floor


Registration via pogobar@kw-berlin.de


In accordance with the current Covid-19 regulations the 2G-rule (vaccinated or recovered) applies for all KW events. Furthermore we ask all participants to wear a FFP-2 mask throughout the event.


<p><span class="highlight"><span class="colour"><span class="size"><span class="font">Elisabeth Molin,</span><span class="font"> </span></span></span></span><em><span class="font">SUNREALTY88</span></em><span class="highlight"><span class="colour"><span class="size"><em><span class="font"> </span></em><span class="font">(still from video), Courtesy the artist</span></span></span></span></p>

Elisabeth Molin, SUNREALTY88 (still from video), Courtesy the artist


The smell of used flower water seeping through the floorboards and into the air, mixing itself with the hidden properties of rain and paint, radiators oozing in the nighttime, almost singing songs, and these loudspeakers so rusty in their cords, cardboard boxes stacked on top of tables on top of ties, in amongst machinery flexed against surfaces and stamped with symbols of birds flying high


drips of electricity


walls tattooed with clouds


door handles, foot handles, break handels




Short statement:

I’m exploring the world through an associative, process driven approach to storytelling. Writing and stories – in one form or another – is always part of my process, which materializes itself as printed matter, installations, sculptures and video works. The stories often respond to an accelerated yet fragmented time feeling, and through my works I attempt to suggest new intersections, new materialities of time and new modes of belonging.


Elisabeth Molin graduated from Chelsea College of Art in 2009 and from Royal College of Art in 2013 and has since shown her work, among other placed, at MK Gallery, Milton Keynes; Wiels, Brussels; Sundy, London; Sixty Eight Institute, Copenhagen; Austrian Cultural Forum, London, and ISCP, New York. She has shown her videos as part of the 32nd Images Festival in Toronto, the 31 Stuttgarter Filmwinter in Stuttgart and the 7th Medrar Video Festival in Cairo.


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