#deprogram #unlearn # closedloop #ævtarperform #aevtarperform #avtarperform
Just some of the hashtags associated with the Life-Instagram-Live feed used by Cibelle.

An immersive installation and series of events by Cibelle Cavalli Bastos (Brazil), including all-night roleplay, between Thursday 07 and Saturday 12 Dec 2017.

Ours is a culture of ubiquitous performance, intensified through social media. We carefully stage “realities” (or, rather, post-truths) concerning the circumstances of our lives, and feelings. In so doing, we direct the eyes of those who observe us to a specific point where we are fictitiously fabulous, have an excellent life, are busy, sophisticated, healthy, loved, and surrounded by friends and companions.

Cibelle focuses her Life-work on ‘non-performance’, exploring identity as ‘nanopolitical action’. Her approach involves re-inhabiting multiple personalities that she has previously enacted; as a successful model, actress and indie-pop singer. This project further activates this personal archive, inviting both the audience and herself to deprogram; to develop sensitivity to our capacities to be many and truthful to ourselves.

Leading up to this edition of I AM HUNGRY we invite you to follow @cibellecibelle on Instagram. Turn notifications on: watch her live and by instastories that stay up for 24h.

These events are the digest and finalisation of Cibelle’s six month residency at Agora Collective. Import Projects is co-producing this edition of I AM HUNGRY with Agora Collective which is kindly funded by CAPP -Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme.
Join us at Keithstrasse when MAMA gallery takes over Import Projects for the month of June!

Cole Sternberg: on the windward side of the island
Vernsisage: Thursday 1 June | 18:00 - 21:00
Exhibition: 2 June - 1 July | Wed-Sat 13:00 - 18:00

MAMA has taken on the task of changing forms and becoming a malleable outlet for their artists. After retiring their original Downtown Los Angeles location, MAMA’s program has become a a space beyond the gallery walls, and continues to push boundaries and expectations of creative spaces. MAMA Berlin is the first of many satellite locations to come. The ongoing program of bringing art to the people will continue this summer as they set dates for pop-up exhibitions in NYC and Mexico City.

The first chapter of our journey is Berlin, where we will be presenting a new body of works by artist Cole Sternberg that continue to tread though international waters. His previous exhibition 'the nature of breathing in salt' in 2016, was a manual process of integrating paintings with Pacific waters from Hiroshima to Northern Oregon. MAMA Gallery is proud to present these artifacts of Sternberg’s strenuous meditation of nature and currents off of Catalina Island.
VERNISSAGE AND TALK | 25 April, 2017
Join us on the 26th of April for the vernissage of Paul Rosero Sierra Negra. The evening will start at 7pm with the artist in conversation with philosopher Dr. Dehlia Hannah (School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State / University of Copenhagen)

We hope to see you there!
Join us on the 12th of April from 8pm for an evening of conversation, screenings, and Chili, with Artist Andrew Ranville.

For our first exhibition of 2017 join us for the vernissage on the 26 of April (7-10pm) for Paul Rosero Contreras: Sierra Negra. The exhibition shall be running from the 27th April - 25 May.
VORSPIEL OPENING | 16 January, 2017
Anja Henckel in conversation with other Project space participants of the the city-wide Vorspiel event.

It assembles a wide range of events and happenings created by over 40 local venues/initiatives.

Join us at the Vorspiel Opening at ACUD MACHT NEU, to warm-up for Vorspiel activities and the parallel-running transmediale - festival for art and digital culture berlin and CTM Festival!

Doors open: 17:30
Start: 18:00 sharp

Opening words by Berlin's Culture Senator Klaus Lederer
Intros by Jan Rohlf (CTM Festival) and Kristoffer Gansing (transmediale)

Vorspiel 2017 will continue with daily events until 5.3.2017.
Digital Museum of Digital Art (DiMoDa)
Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William James Richard Robertson
Featuring: Claudia Hart, Tim Berresheim, AquaNet 2001 (Gibrann Morgado + Salvador Loza) & Jacolby Satterwhite.

Michael Mandiberg
Print Wikipedia: from Aachen to Zylinderdruckpresse

28 May – 2 July, 2016

(Joint Vernissage: Saturday 28 May, 6-9pm)
Special Drinks reception during Berlin Biennale opening week 02 June, 5–7pm
Talk, 6pm

'Virtually Physical' Institutions and Archival Processes
Michael Mandiberg (Print Wikipedia), Alfredo Salazar-Caro (DiMoDA) & William Robertson (DiMoDA) and Olia Lialina
The Perfect Wagner Rite | 21 April, 2016
The Perfect Wagner Rite
Opening Performance
Saturday, 23 April, 8PM - Midnight
1st Cycle 9–9.45PM, 2nd Cycle 10.45–11.30PM

RSVP for guestlist by the 22nd of April


We promise you something extraordinary - a creation by Aoibheann Greenan translated into an explosion of myth, bondage & theatre.
Upcoming Projects | 13 April, 2016
Print Wikipedia: from Aachen to Zylinderdruckpresse by Michael Mandiberg

DiMoDA: The Digital Museum of Digital Art featuring Tim Berresheim, Claudia Hart, AquaNet 2001 (Gibrann Morgado + Salvador Loza), Jacolby Satterwhite

May 28 - July 2 2016
Opening 28 May, 6-9pm

Special Drinks reception during Berlin Biennale opening week 02 June, 5–7pm
Talk, 6pm

'Virtually Physical' Institutions and Archival Processes
Michael Mandiberg (Print Wikipedia), Alfredo Salazar-Caro (DiMoDA) & William Robertson (DiMoDA)
July at Import | 9 April, 2016
Call for Applications:
Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art
4th July - 29th July

Applications Due: April 25th 11:59 PM

For application guidelines, consult www.saasfeesummerinstituteofart.com

Directors: Warren Neidich and Barry Schwabsky
Import Projects Returns! | 1 March, 2016
Please join us on the 4th of March for the commencement of our 2016 program with, 'The future is here, it’s just not evenly distributed' - a screening and discussion in collaboration with aqnb and Video in Common.
Winter Break | 7 December, 2015
We are on winter break. Our program continues end of February 2016.
Best wishes to you all and thank you for a great year!
Abjects | 21 October, 2015
Please join us on the 24th of July for a talk & discussion between media theorist Paul Feigelfeld, artist & writer Boaz Levin & curator of 'Abjects', Franziska Wilfoerster.

The talk will start at 6 sharp & the exhibition will stay open until 9. See you there!

Event on Facebook
Multitudes in Iceland | 13 August, 2015
Multitudes first shown at Import Projects in March 2015 is a part of the exhibition NEW RELEASE at the CYCLE MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL, Iceland.

13 August - 27 September 2015
curated by Nadim Samman
at Gerdarsafn - Kópavogur Art Museum

Facebook event
Performative Intervention | 29 June, 2015
Please join us on the 3rd of July at 7pm for performative interventions from Lindsay Lawson, Jenna Sutela & Alex Turgeon. The interventions will take place at Import Projects coinciding with the opening of Iain Ball’s solo exhibition at Future Gallery. Sommerfest and DJ’s till 10pm.
Lovelace Vernissage & Talk | 21 June, 2015
Please join us on the 25th of June for the Vernissage of TOVES with Uffe Isolotto: LOVELACE. Be there at 7pm sharp for 'Professionalisation' a conversation with: Honza Hoeck (TOVES), Christopher Kline (Kinderhook & Caracas), Nadim Samman (Import Projects) and Eva Wilson (Schinkel Pavillon)
Multitudes Returns | 18 May, 2015
Multitudes will, once again, grow – into a major installation and performance work that will premiere at the Cycle Art and Music Festival, Iceland from 13 - 16 August 2015.

Multitudes Review | 21 April, 2015
Thank you Berlin Art Link for the review of Andreas Greiners' Multitudes. To read the review click on the link below.

Multitudes review
Hampus Lindwall Performs Multitudes | 8 April, 2015
Please join us on the 17th of April for Hampus Lindwall performing the second movement of Andreas Greiners' Multitudes. Read more about the event here: import-projects/hampus-lindwall-multitudes
Multitudes Vernissage | 14 March, 2015
Please join us on the 21st of March for the Vernissage for Andreas Greiner: Multitudes. Read more about the exhibition here: import-projects/multitudes
#pureness & eStamina Finissage | 03 March, 2015
Please join us on the 7th of March for #pureness, a performance by Zuzanna Ratajczyk (8pm sharp). It will also be your last chance to catch eStamina! We will be open 6-10pm for the Finissage.
eStamina Reviews | 27 February, 2015
Thank you Sleek Magazine & Berlin Art Link for reviewing eStamina. To read the reviews click on the links below.

Berlin Art Link review
Sleek Magazine review
Winter Pause | 20 December, 2014
Thank you all for a great year! Our program for 2014 has officially ended. Please join us next year on the 14th of February for our first exhibition of 2015 which will feauture the work of Grégoire Blunt & Emmy Sknesved. Read more about the exhibition here: eStamina
Thank You | 20 December, 2014
Import Projects would like to thank Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary for helping us realise our program in 2014. To find out more about Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary visit their website here: http://tba21.org.
City of Tomorrow Documentation | 15 December, 2014
Thanks Ben Busch for photographing Bram Braam's exhibition City of Tomorrow. You can view the documentation here: www.import-projects/city-of-tomorrow

You can view more of Bens work here: http://benbusch.info/
Horizons Documentation | 26 September, 2014
Thanks to Joe Clark and Emi Maria Bohacek for documenting the exhibition Horizons. View the documentation here: www.import-projects/horizons. Click the links below to view the work of Joe Clark & Emi Maria Bohacek.

Berlin Art Week 2014 | 18 August, 2014
Import Projects are very pleased to announce our inclusion in the Jury Selection of Berlin Art Week 2014. Read more about Berlin Art Week here: http://berlinartweek.de
Project Space Festival | 25 April, 2014
We are pleased to announce our participation in the Project Space Festival Berlin (01-31 August 2014). More information will be coming soon! To find out more about the Project Space Festival view their website here: http://projectspacefestival-berlin.com