Exhibition | 22.02.-24.03.2018
Gestures of Truthfulness - a conjunction of Edgar Leciejewski and Eugene Zhang
A photo exhibition by two photographers, Edgar Leciejewski and Eugene Zhang, curated by Harald Kraemer. Seven still-life photographs from the Aves series by Edgar Leciejewski are juxtaposed with seven large-format portraits of Eugene Zhang's Androgyny series. The exhibition opens on 22 February in the presence of the artists.
Film | 23.02.2018
German Film Forum - The Perfect Crime: Victoria
Victoria, a young woman from Madrid, meets four local guys outside a Berlin nightclub. As the night rolls on, what started out as a good time, quickly spirals out of control. Shot in one single long take, this film won Best Feature Film at the German Film Awards.
Board Game | 24.2.2018
Board Game Afternoon
The Goethe-Institut Hongkong invites you to join our Board Game Afternoon! Get to know German board game classics like Parcheesi (Mensch ärgere dich nicht) or Tabu, test your dexterity playing a round of Jenga or your reaction time with Halli Galli. You are also welcome to try the card game classic Uno. Never played any of those games before? Don’t worry, we explain the rules before you start. Meet other German learners and practice your German in a new playful way.
Video Art | 28.02.2018
Connective Videos: Berlin - Hong Kong 2/6
Connective Videos: Berlin – Hong Kong is a new collaborative platform between Germany and Hong Kong, curated by Olaf Stüber (Videoart at Midnight, Berlin) and Isaac Leung (Videotage, Hong Kong), presented by Goethe-Institut Hongkong. The project encompasses the video art collections of the Videoart at Midnight Edition and the Videotage Media Art Collection. In multiple screenings throughout 2018, Connective Videos aims to learn, compare, and reimagine compelling stories told by various German and Hong Kong artists. It will consider histories across various geographical spaces and offer insights into our existing knowledge of video art production and archival practices.