In February 2012, students from Hito Steyerl's class at the UdK Berlin organized the exhibition Now! (Extended): A Copy in Motion at Kunstraum Kreuzberg. It featured cinematographic, installative, performative and sculptural works which examined Santiago Álvarez's NOW! (Cuba 1965), a found-footage film made up of photos of the US 1960s civil rights movement, and asked how relevant the film is in a digital era in which images and sounds are becoming increasingly mobile and their appropriation and piracy are daily occurrences. In June, the students will show an installative documentary of the exhibition at the KW and present a book about the project (Performing Books, KW, 19.6.). There will also be film performances at Arsenal (22.6.).