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Bimal Projects

Bimal Projects

The making of art in the post-contemporary – redefinition of roles/ethics

A number of recent trends in contemporary art have taken as their focus the relationship of the artist to the institutions of the culture industry. Somewhere in the midst of these new realities Bimal Projects is launched. As an activist, ironic and critical investigation of the new intricate web of cultural possibilities where an artist becomes curator, producer, mediator and agent provocateur. Blurring these distinctions becomes a radical gesture in a kind of realignment of what it means to be an artist in the institutional and community sense.
Understanding the cultural industry as something beyond the boundaries of the art world.

The logo depicts the name “Bimal” in Bengali characters. “Bimal” is an Indian name, it means clean, unblemished.

Berlin

Germany
Address:
Zimmerstraße 11
10969
Phone: 0049 30 2589 9119
Website: www.bimalprojects.de


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Artists Represented

Greta Frau, Bimal, Y Liver, Alberto Sorbelli, Dimitrios Antonitsis, Jean-Baptiste Bouvet, Pierluca Cetera, Antoine Giacomoni, Gabriele di Matteo


Sample Art Work (19)

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Current Exhibitions

JUDE - Y Liver (until 22.11.2008)


Forthcoming Exhibitions

YES I LIKE THE TV - Jean-Baptiste Bouvet

Opening 28.11.2008 (until 31.01.2009)


Previous Exhibitions

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Press Releases

BIMAL PROJECTS PRESENTS:

JEAN-BAPTISTE BOUVET

Y E S I L I K E T H E T V

Opening: 28th November, 6 pm (until 31st January 2009)

The young Jean-Baptiste (Caen, 1980) does not have a TV in his Berlin flat.
He’s intrigued by the Big Questions, although, as his friend Guillaume Ollendorff writes in the text that
accompanies the exhibition, "he does not make a big fuss of it".
Among these Questions is life’s eternal return, which includes destruction. This exhibition focuses by choice
only on construction, literally, specifically, and utopically.
"Yes I Like The TV" is articulated in three steps and on three different screens:
- "Yes", an intrusive blue monochrome made of thick layers of paper, almost a wall.
- "Eclipse", a video projection showing a pipe and a rag.
- "Ode", a three-letter animation for a monitor.
Out of the loud fuss of the "millions of billons of floating entities who go through us, infinite signs, sawed
identities, scattered subjectivities, tele-realities", the abbreviated TV is expanded again, regains its breath of
tele-vision - vision from a distance.
The scandal, the stumbling block, ... [ Read all ]


Press Links

http://www.bimalprojects.de/events.html


Location And Getting There

Zimmerstraße 11
10969 Berlin
GERMANY

Tel: (+49) 30 2589 9119
E-mail: mail@bimalprojects.de


PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Subway U6 - Kochstraße
Bus Line M29 - Kochstraße


Contact-Directors/Staff

Bimal Saha


Opening Times

Tuesdays to Saturdays 11am -6pm and by appointment