Norderstr. 71ug
20097 Hamburg

Fr-Sa      2-8 PM
Su-Mo    6-8 PM

Previous Events

6/20,  8 PM  
Salo - Salaud,
Intervention in public space by
Jan-m (Paris) and Michel Chevalier (Hamburg)

8 PM
"Standard II"
Presentation by
André Eric Létourneau (Montréal)

8 PM
"eat eat eat to suspend political forces"
Sunday, July 5, 6pm
guests are welcome to bring the following:
something to eat or drink that is partially red
an idea or thesis that is partially red

8 PM   
Identity in light of  media, surveillance, and machine-human interaction:
Anja Hertenberger (Amsterdam) presents "Workplaces at night" and "e-pressed"
Jérôme Guigue (Paris) presents "Longboard-n.0"  videos.  A public space project consisting of waiting,  encounters, meetings, a longboard out of plasterboard, and a videocamera.

8/2,  2 PM - open end   
Pure Data Lab #1
A temporary media laboratory for collectively exploring what is possible with PD, with Malte Steiner (Hamburg)
Attendance is free, but please register beforehand at

8/7 + 8, noon - 6 PM
Workshop: "Can such exemplary supervision of the Hafencity just continue as it is?"  – Questions relating to artistic intervention strategies in public space
with Anja Winterhalter und Anne Gelderblom

8 PM
Two solo concerts: Leonid Soybelman (Berlin) / Klemens Kaatz (Hamburg)

9/19,  10PM
In concert: Coal of the Coalman (San Francisco/Prague)
+ Refreshment from Cube Cola (Bristol)
+ Videos from Atomic Tit Corp, Christiane Wehr/Klas Rühling, Ray Juster, etc.

An extension of the target: autonopop exhibition/workshop/concert/debate series, "unlimited liability" is a store which sells artists multiples for 30 euros and less—stickers, DVDs, CDs, posters, zines, t-shirts, buttons, food, services, and works whose form is to be determined in the course of exchange with the purchaser.
The only media excluded are painting and drawing.
What makes the project different from multiples-shops and "affordable art" fairs is that it attempts to take the democratization-of-art project into as-yet untested waters. The DIY approach of alternative production/distribution is protected by a firewall against cooptation.

This is done by a legal contract which stipulates that no purchaser may have more than 50,000 euros in assets, subject to penalty in case of false disclosure. The art-gallery world partition of audiences—those who merely "appropriate symbolically" on the one side, "real buyers" on the other—is thereby inverted. Those able to buy at "unlimited liability" belong to social groups excluded (due to their insufficient ressouces) from buying on the art market.

This state of affairs is "shown" as much as the works on sale.

"unlimited liability"
art production
instead of art-commodities.

Featured are:

Analyse & Kritik   
Anabela Angelovska/Matthias Schmidt  
AG des Kunstvereins in Hamburg
AG Veranstaltungen der NGBK                  
Atomic Tit Corporation
Murièle Begert
Julia Bonn
Rada Boukova
Markus Binner
Ludovic Burel
Büro Archipel
Büro Stoltenhoff
Kayle Brandon/Kate Rich
Plinio-Natale Cemento-Müller
Michel Chevalier
la Chèvre Phénomène
Carla Cruz
Olivier Darné                             
François Deck/ABDP
Claude Degueldre
Gerhard Dirmoser
Lloyd Dunn
Christine Ebeling
Cicero Egli/Sophia Bulliard
Sabine Falk
Detlev Fischer
Frauen.Kultur.Labor thealit
Julia Frankenberg
Jokinen/Gordon Uhlmann
Gorge Trio
Jérôme Guigue
Karin Haenlein
Judith Haman
Bianca Hein
Anja Hertenberger
inco gnito
Ray Juster
Nico Jungel
Mette Kit Jensen
Beate Katz
Tilo Kremer
Christine Kriegorowski

Sabine Kullenberg
Sloan Leblanc
Seok Lee

André Éric Létourneau
Nathalie Magnan
Pierangelo Maset
Sabine Mohr
Marc Moret
Alan Moore
Fabian Nitschkowski
Olivier Nourisson
Helene von Oldenburg
Paper Tiger TV
Silke Peters
Rahel Puffert
Claudia Reiche
Benjamin Renter
Julian Rohrhuber
Christoph Rothmeier
Dodo Schielein
Misha Shenbrot
Cornelia Sollfrank
Petra Star    
Temporary Services
Tobias Still
»target: autonopop«
Marie du Vinage
Christiane Wehr/Klas Rühling
Till Wolfer
Günter Westphal
Jole Wilcke/Nana Lüth

Block 4
Wachsender Prozess

Argument Verlag
Éditions Biennale de Paris
Edition Lebeer Hossmann
Éditions PPT

Thanks to Kunstlabor naher Gegenden e.V., Bezirksamt Hamburg-Mitte