30.09.1998 – 17.01.1999
Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof

Program for the exhibition
“Sensation. Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection”
in cooperation with Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin

Program and coordination: Ingrid Buschmann, Matthias Osterwold, Dieter Scheyhing

The program is organized by  FREUNDE GUTER MUSIK BERLIN e.V. in cooperation with Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. Supported by The British Council, in cooperation with Berliner Festspiele GmbH. Made possible by Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie.



GILBERT & GEORGE – “The Singing Sculpture”
Video program in context of the film “Underneath the Arches”
BIG BOTTOM – Concert of the bass guitar band
with Susan Stenger, Angela Bulloch, Cerith Wyn Evans, Tom Gidley, J. Mitch Flako,
Special guests: Michael Clark & Kate Coyne (dance)


WILL SELF – “Great Apes”
Tea Time Lecture with Will Self and Herbert Fritsch, introduction: Arno Widmann
In cooperation with 48. Berliner Festwochen and Luchterhand Verlag, München.


THE BRITISH SHOCK – Panel discussion
with Patricia Bickers, David Barrett, Martin Maloney and Norman Rosenthal
Moderation: Christos M. Joachimides


with John Tilbury (piano), Keith Rowe (e-guitar), Eddie Prévost (drum, percussion)
E.A.R. – Experimental Audio Research
with Sonic Boom (synthesizer, electronic), Tom Prentice (e-viola), Pete Bassman (bass guitar), Eddie Prévost (percussion)


STEVE NOBLE (record player) & PAT THOMAS (sampling, keyboard)
DAVID TOOP (flute, pedal steel guitar, electronic) & DANIEL PEMBERTON (keyboards, electronic)


PHILIP JECK – “Off the Record” – Installation and concert with 30 record player

16. & 17.01.1999

SMALL PLEASURES – Young British Performance Art
Host: Hayley Newman, with Hayley Newman, Beaconsfield, Claire Shillito, Bruce Gilchrist, Susannah Hart, Project Dark
BJ COLE (pedal steel guitar, synthesizer) with Beats & Loops by Luke Vibert

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