Screening followed by a Live AV Performance by Rainer Kohlberger

Date:
Thu 02.01.2020 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
Offers for:
Screening | Performance / Adults

Information: Due to limited capacity of the space, entrance for the screening and the performance will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Unfortunately, ticket purchase and reservation is not possible. Thank you for your understanding.

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Rainer Kohlberger will be screening his post-apocalyptic science-fiction film "It has to be lived once and dreamed twice“ in a vast, abstract projection. The film features an artificial intelligence that poetically reflects upon the cinematic history of the extinct human race as it seeks to find its own origins and gods. Followed by a vibrant and immersive live audiovisual performance based on algorithms the artist will generate an infinite landscape of light and noise.


"It has to be lived once and dreamed twice"
AT / DE / 2019, 28min, english
Written&Directed by Rainer Kohlberger
Narrated by Annika Henderson
Sound composed by Peter Kutin


Rainer Kohlberger
is an Austrian born visual artist and film maker living in Berlin. In his films, installations and live performances maximum forms of intensities come into play. With Kohlberger´s films and live performances he is featured on several international film and music festivals. "It has to be lived once and dreamed twice“ is his so far longest and most "figurative“ short film, which premiered 2019 at the "Berlinale Shorts“.

Meeting point:
Doors Kleihueshalle: 6:00 pm / Screening: 6:30 pm (in English) / Performance: 7:15 pm
Price:
free of charges
Entrance to all exhibitions from 4 to 8 pm is free of charge.
Collection:
Nationalgalerie

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