Ines Schaber lives and works in Berlin. She studied fine arts and architectural theory in Berlin and Princeton. Currently she is writing her PhD at Goldsmith College in London. In her installations she questions the definitional power of photography and provokes a gaze that also questions what we don't see or what is rendered invisible. Her work has been shown for example at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York, Actar Gallery in Barcelona (on Movers and Shapers) and at Kunstwerke Berlin (Picture Mining) as part of the collaborative exhibition project No Matter How Bright the Light, the Crossing Accurs at Night. Ines is a guestcritic and teaches among others at Technische Universität Berlin, Geneva University and Art Academy in Lyon.
- Monday 22.10.2007 an interrogation in the dark with Anselm Franke, Ines Schaber, Natascha Sadr Haghighian
- Monday 22.10.2007 not showing: reflections on aniconism and screening with Nanna Heidenreich
- Tuesday 23.10.2007 commented listening: with Philip Scheffner and Natascha Sadr Haghighian
- Tuesday 23.10.2007 Ghostly Matters: Lecture by Avery Gordon
- Wedesday 24.10.2007
- Thursday 25.10.2007
- Friday 26.10.2007