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ACMV präsentiert die Ausstellung Bubble & Scrape – als Teil des 1. Monat der Fotografie-OFF BerlinACMV presents the exhibition Bubble & Scrape – as part of the 1st 'Monat der Fotografie-OFF' Berlin© Ed Alcock, from the series „Hobbledehoy“© Jenny Fitz, ‚Aufbruch‘, from the series „The Other Side“© Tom Griggs, from the series „untitled (City of Eternal Spring)"Monat der Fotografie-OFF Berlin - Flyer1Monat der Fotografie-OFF | Festival catalogueMonat der Fotografie-OFF Berlin - Flyer2Monat der Fotografie-OFF Berlin | All openings (Alle Vernissagen)

ACMV presents “Bubble & Scrape”

Update Nov 8: Bubble & Scrape | Vernissage

Actual Colors May Vary {ACMV} is pleased to present photographic works of Ed Alcock, Jenny Fitz and Tom Griggs in the exhibition „Bubble & Scrape“, opening this November in Berlin!
We are delighted that Ed Alcock and Jenny Fitz will be present for the opening, and that Ed will be signing copies of his book Hobbledehoy.
There will also be a DJ set by Barry Burns (Mogwai) from 10 pm.

Bubble & Scrape – Contours of personal utopias

Ed Alcock, Jenny Fitz, Tom Griggs

Opening: Friday, 7 November 2014, from 8 pm – open end
Exhibition: November 7 – 20, 2014
Opening hours: daily 5 – 10 pm
Venue: Das Gift / Giftraum, Donaustr. 119, 12043 Berlin / Neukölln (⇢ Google Maps)
Public Transport:
U8 Hermannplatz or U7 Rathaus Neukölln,
Busses: 140/171/194/M29 Sonnenallee & Pannierstr., or M41 Fuldastr.

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For four years, Jenny Fitz, a graduate of the Neuen Schule für Fotografie Berlin, accompanied a young actor for her project Kammerspiel. In her work, the photographer questions the habitus and role-play of people from her social environment.

At first it was curiosity that made me take the pictures, and later the urge to grasp our relationship. It’s a story about boundaries. Getting close. Pulling away. What constantly fascinated me, was the unpredictability with which he confronted me and the camera.” Continue Reading →