Armin Lorenz Gerold wirefoxterrier
Einladung zum Empfang / Opening reception
17 March 2019 via Live stream from betweenbridges.net
Between Bridges, Keithstrasse 15, 10787 Berlinwith Doireann O‘Malley & pre-recorded chapter featuring the voice of Miriam Stoney
Armin Lorenz Gerold’s Scaffold Eyes is a 45 minute audio play that was produced for KW’s Compound series in November 2017 and presented as a multi-channel installation and live performance. For the program in the context of the exhibition emic etic, Gerold will temporarily use the exhibition space at Between Bridges as a recording studio and stream the audio play live via the websites wirefoxterrier.info. and betweenbridges.net. Broadcasting after hours from the closed exhibition space, listeners are invited to tune in exclusively online Saturday, 17 March, 9pm (CET).
Scaffold Eyes traces the routes of four characters who narrate their wanderings through Berlin. Not following straight lines, their first person monologues oscillate between their observations, impressions and memories. Filtering these experiences, the cityscape echoes with their psychologial space in which dimensions appear distorted and city sounds blend into each other. From their eyes ‚en route‘, the city seems in constant obstruction while reshaping itself. Scaffolds are everywhere, so to speak.
The audio play was written and concepted by the artist with additional writing and editing by Jennifer Hope Davy. Scaffold Eyes is spoken by Doireann O’ Malley, Miriam Stoney, Armin Lorenz Gerold and Mathis Anders Pedersen. Sounds & music by Armin Lorenz Gerold.
The radio program is part of the exhibition emic etic a project by BPA // Berlin Program for Artists, curated by Maurin Dietrich. With Alan Affichard, Helin Alas, Armin Lorenz Gerold, Keto Logua, Anna Lucia Nissen, Tamen Perez, Zac Langdon-Pole, Philip Poppek, Gabriel Säll, Elif Saydam, Stefanie Schwarzwimmer, 26.2.2018 – 31.3.2018, Between Bridges, Keithstrasse 15, 10787 Berlin
Invitationcard Einladung zum Empfang / Opening reception, Audio play, live-stream, appr. 50 min