Opening Hours: June 22nd – 30th, 3 – 6pm
Please refer to the current Covid19 Regulations! 

For several years, Elisabeth Molin has been collecting materials and making auditory interviews related to the edges of vision and perception. In her solo exhibition a click, a wink, a nod or the blink of an eye, Molin will assemble and disassemble fragments from these stories, making a temporary installation in the space.

She explores the world through an associative, process driven approach to storytelling. Writing and stories – in one form or another – are always part of her method of working, which materializes itself as printed matter, installations, sculptures and video works. Molin‘s work often responds to an accelerated yet fragmented feeling for time, and through them she attempts to suggest new intersections, new temporal materialities and new modes of belonging.

Elisabeth Molin (b.1985, Denmark) studied Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and MA Photography at Royal College of Art in London. She has recently shown work at Wiels in Brussels, Sundy in London, Six- ty Eight Institute in Copenhagen, Austrian Cultural Forum in London and MAW, ISCP and Columbia University in New York.

Elisabeth Molin

Opening Hours
May 18th-20th, 3 – 6pm

May 19th and 20th, at 6pm

Access to space will be regulated following current measurements, visitors are asked to wear a FFP2 Mask when visiting the show. For attending the performance the new 3G rule applies. Please bring a valid rest result or proof that you are already vaccinated or recovered.

Airbag/14Holes is a hybrid sound sculpture somewhere between a bagpipe, an organ, and a children’s toy. To create sound, it uses abandoned recorder flutes that, following forced musical exploration during adolescence, were never played again.

Through a collecting campaign, a nomadic group of recorders are conscripted into the Linz Recorder Flute Asylum. Airbag/14Holes will provide air to this group of flutes. A heavy, continuous interaction between the flutes produces the emergent sound, like a dysfunctional organ finally finding its voice after a long period of silence.

In his residency at bb15, Lukas De Clerck will use Airbag/14Holes as his instrument by manipulating the air flows, to be performed during the closing exhibition.

Airbag/14Holes - Lukas de Clerck

The project is part of the Oscillations: Exercises in Resilience project.
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Exhibition / Screening
Saturday, May 1st 2021, 14:00 –19:00pm

The Film will be screened in a loop. (09:18min)
Please refer to the current Covid19 Regulations!

“pepsi, cola, water?” (2015, 09:18)  is a short experimental documentary about Sun Ra’s legendary visit to Egypt in 1971.
Jazz pioneer and philosopher Sun Ra had a deep fascination with outer space and ancient Egypt. Computer animation, archival footage and music from Sun Ra are interwoven to create a recreation/celebration of his legendary visit to Egypt. The result is a film as far out as Sun Ra himself.

You can meet Tom Bogeart at AFO, where he currently has a residency. Also, there is an opportunity to see another Sun Ra related work of his this fall, as he is one of our Open Call residency artists!

Tom Bogaert worked as a refugee lawyer for the UN and Amnesty International until the age of 38. He had his first solo exhibition in NYC in 2008 with the legendary ‘Jack the Pelican Presents’ gallery and moved to Amman, Jordan soon thereafter. Bogaert has widely exhibited in Europe, the US and in the MENA region—mainly in artist-run and non-profit venues. He was awarded first prize at the Videoex film festival in Zurich, Switzerland for his experimental documentary “pepsi, cola, water?” about the legendary jazz pioneer Sun Ra and his infamous 1971 visit to Egypt.