Supplement – Exclusion Zones / Susanne Kriemann & Eva Wilson @ Motto Berlin 18.07.2017

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Supplement 2 – Exclusion Zones

Susanne Kriemann & Eva Wilson

Published by Fillip

From 7pm

In conjunction with the release of Exclusion Zones, join artist Susanne Kriemann and writer Eva Wilson at Motto Berlin on Tuesday, July 18 at 7 pm for drinks and an informal discussion in the courtyard.

Exclusion Zones, the second issue in Fillip’s Supplement series, unpacks Susanne Kriemann’s photographic investigation of uraninite (or pitchblende), a radioactive, uranium-rich mineral found in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (where it was mined for the Manhattan Project), Canada (in the Athabasca Basin and Great Bear Lake), and throughout Europe. Kriemann’s work focuses on the impact on the land surrounding uraninite mines operated by the now defunct mining company SDAG Wismut in the Ore Mountains of the former GDR. In Kriemann’s work, radioactive pigments drawn from wild plants growing near the vast sludge ponds at the decommissioned mine become raw photographic material: toxic, volatile, and beautiful.

Documented through Kriemann’s photographs, archival images, and a new text by Eva Wilson, Exclusion Zones charts an economic-geologic-cosmic nexus that speaks to the diverse impacts of industrial resource extraction and environmental remediation.

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Roma Publications at Motto Berlin. 13.03.2010

Posted in art, books, Motto Berlin event, Motto Berlin store, photography on March 9th, 2010
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Roma Publications at Motto Berlin

With new releases by Michel François, Public Space With a Roof, Mark Manders, Erik van der Weijde, Rob Johannesma, Susanne Kriemann, Geert Goiris, and a broad selection of previous publications.

Saturday 13 March 2010
Motto Berlin, Skalitzerstrasse 68
Starting at 6.30 pm

Lecture by Arnoud Holleman at 8.00 pm, followed by Nickel van Duijvenboden.

Roma Publications