i think we should put some mountains here


C R A T O (Magazine)
O L D S P E A K (Average Negative)
O H M Gallery

Friday, March 3, 10pm


On March 3, 1873, the US Congress enacted the Comstock Law, making it illegal to send any
“obscene, lewd, or lascivious” books through the mail. / The internal organs of the emperor
were placed in a gold-plated copper pot that was buried on the left side of the high altar. / He
claimed the leaks are absolutely real but the news is fake. / Ooo coo ooo coo coo. Don’t forget
your mittens. / CRATO
It was a bright cold day in March, and the clocks were striking thirteen. / The heart of the
emperor was placed in a precious box put back in his body inside the coffin. / Sales of the book
Nineteen Eighty-Four had increased by 9,500 %, becoming the number one best seller on
xxxxx.com. / Ooo coo ooo coo coo it’s cold outside. / OLDSPEAK
Advances in robotics these days were tremendous. / Imagine that, one day, an unfortunate set
of events causes your self-driving car to head toward a crowd of 10 people crossing the road. It
cannot stop in time but it can avoid killing 10 people by steering into a wall. / Running like a
fine tuned machine. / Big Science. Hallelujah. / LINDA HAVENSTEIN
The little dots that marked the position formed a rough circle about the red cross of the
selenium pool. / YUKIHIRO TAGUCHI
You know, I think we should put some mountains here. Otherwise, what are the characters
going to fall off of? / CARLY FISCHER
Hey, Professor! Could you turn out the lights? Let’s roll the film. / MIEKO SUZUKI & ARA
Let’s go KOOKOO!
 i think we should put some mountains here
CRATO (Magazine) // www.magazine.mu
OLDSPEAK (Average Negative) // soundcloud.com/oldspeakmusic
MIEKO SUZUKI (Kookoo) // www.mixcloud.com/mieko
ARA (Kookoo) // www.mixcloud.com/kookoo
LINDA HAVENSTEIN (video installation) // www.lindahavenstein.com
YUKIHIRO TAGUCHI (stop motion video) // yukihirotaguchi.wordpress.com
CARLY FISCHER (sculpture & photography) // www.carlyfischer.com
Friday, March 3, 10pm
OHM Gallery – Köpenicker Straße 70, 10179 Berlin

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