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    With her work  BUY NOW  (2013)  Katharina Arndt r efers to the 24/7 Internet consumer world. The special offers there seem to exist just for a very short period of time, vanishing within the next mouse click. The artist transfers digital elements to an exaggerated large format in the analog real world and somehow eternalizes them with this physical concreteness. The material and Arndt’s amount of working time enhance and ironize the virtual shopping malls at the same time. Using the aesthetic of online BUY NOW buttons, Katharina Arndt forms a shiny artwork filled with content that seems only to refer to bargain hunting.
   
  
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   Exhibition view MONEY WORKS PART 2 at Haus am Lützowplatz (Studiogalerie) in Berlin with works by Alexandra Baumgartner (no one is innocent) and Nadine Fecht (surplus) / Courtesy peer to space / Photo 2014 © Laurin Würdig
   Alexandra Baumgartner,  no one is innocent, black balaclava on mirror glass, framed, 45 x 31 cm, 2014   
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}      Alexandra Baumgartner  deals with the unfathomable depths of the human soul. For the exhibition the artist created a work dealing with the dark side of raising funds.   No One is Innocent  (2014) reveals a hooded ski mask on mirrored glass, showing the reflection of the viewer. The title refers to a song by the band Sex Pistols that they recorded with legendary thief Ronald Biggs in 1978.
   
  
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   Exhibition view MONEY WORKS PART 2 at Haus am Lützowplatz (Studiogalerie) in Berlin with works by Nadine Fecht (surplus) and Alicja Kwade (Das Treibwerk) / Courtesy peer to space / Photo 2014 © Laurin Würdig
   
  
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   Alicja Kwade ,  Das Treibwerk , 8 coins, mounted on paper, framed, 29 x 36 cm, 2013 – Courtesy Collection Block, Berlin   
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     With her work  Das Treibwerk  (2013)  Alicja Kwade  transforms Euro coins into cogs horizontally aligned and geared into each other, mounted on a sheet of paper. This installation resembles an unfolded driving mechanism (Ger.: Triebwerk) of a mechanical watch. The German play of words Triebwerk-Treibwerk (engine or drive-motion) indicates that money is no longer the engine and power in a positive sense, but became a system which hunts and haunts mankind.
   
  
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   Exhibition view MONEY WORKS PART 2 at Haus am Lützowplatz (Studiogalerie) in Berlin with works by Ralf Kopp (Principle of Minimal Departure - 500  ) and Jennifer Chan (Infinite Debt) / Courtesy peer to space / Photo 2014 © Laurin Würdig
   
  
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   Jennifer Chan, Infinite Debt, digital video (3:21 Min.), still, 2012
   
  
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   Exhibition view MONEY WORKS PART 2 at Haus am Lützowplatz (Studiogalerie) in Berlin with works by Virginie Mossé (Urbi et Orbi - Christus with AMEX) and Jennifer Chan (Infinite Debt) / Courtesy peer to space / Photo 2014 © Laurin Würdig
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
  Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Opening / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Curator's tour & talk
 Curator's tour & talk / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Curator's tour & talk / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Curator's tour & talk / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Curator's tour & talk, artist Alexandra Baumgartner / Photo (c) Katharina Schilling
 Curator's tour & talk
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