kma71 is a temporary exhibition space and intervention on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin organized by Anne Breimaier. kma71 offers space for inquiry and asks for new forms of representation.
Anne Breimaier is an art historian, curator and educator based in Berlin. She is currently finishing her doctoral thesis on the films and performances of Hollis Frampton as a doctoral candidate at Free University Berlin. She has worked as a research associate at the Art History Department (Kunsthistorisches Institut) of Free University Berlin between 2015 and 2018. She has taught seminars at Free University Berlin and Folkwang University of the Arts on the work of Hollis Frampton, Carl Andre, Yvonne Rainer, Marcel Duchamp, Performance Art, theories of performativity, film in the realm of the Arts and Minimal Art’s flirt with photography. She has received scholarships from the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) and the DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) and was a doctoral fellow at GSAS of Columbia University, New York, for the fall semester of 2013. She has worked as a curatorial assistant and research associate at KW – Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), Arsenal Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), and Dia Art Foundation (New York), amongst others. Her recent curated shows include Hollis Frampton’s ADSVMVS ABSVMVS at UG im Museum Folkwang in Essen (April 13 – May 13 2018, co-curated with Matthias Gründig), Morgan O’Hara’s Live Transmissions at Chimera Project Gallery in Budapest (April 25 – July 8 2018) and her collaborative performance kma71. As an educator and scholar she employs re-performances as a means to study and understand better the historical practice of Performance Art. Find more info on Anne Breimaier and her publication list here.
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