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Thursday, 20 Jun

The literary event-happening organized by Valdis Āboliņš at the 13th congress of European Latvian Youth Association (ELJA), Westende, Belgium. August 3, 1966. Photo by Noldis Millers.
Valdis Āboliņš, Decolonizing 1968, D’EST: A Multi-Curatorial Online Platform for Video Art from the Former ‘East’ and ‘West’, Inga Erdmane, Leonards Laganovskis, Elske Rosenfeld, Margo Zālīte, Nguyen Phuong Linh, Tuan Mami, Revolt She Said
Portable Landscapes: Unweaving the Iron Curtain is part of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art project Portable Landscapes which examines stories of exiled and emigree Latvian artists locating them within the...
District Berlin, 18.00h
Duration: 21 Jun25 Jul

Friday, 21 Jun

image: ©Aleksei Taruts
Curated by Ksenia Jakobson
“In the dark times
Will there also be singing?
Yes, there will also be singing.
About the dark times.”
B. Brecht
Not Enough to Regret is an event offering a series of performative acts, unfolding within a speculative multiverse. Questions of historical memory and its permeation into daily affects; side effects of technology of instant communication; modes of optimised and disintegrated presence, accelerated by platform...
Display, 19.00h
Duration: 21 Jun23 Jun
Natalie Körner, Rocking Rocks (Mars), 2019 © Natalie Körner, 2019
Hey, Mars!
curated by Lydia Korndörfer
with A/A (Andreas Greiner & Armin Keplinger), Natalie Körner, PPKK (Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld & Louis-Philippe Scoufaras), Elisa Storelli
Haus am Lützowplatz - Studio Galerie, 19.00h
Duration: 22 Jun11 Aug
Location: BER-Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt, 12527 Berlin - Schönefeld
There is a shuttle bus every 30 minutes from Schönefeld Airport to the P3/BER car park (also at night). The bus stops directly at Willy-Brandt-Platz.
AIRCHINA
A sound installation for an unfinished airport with AIRCHINA.
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BER-Berlin Brandenburg Airport , 20.00h
Duration: 21 Sep

Saturday, 22 Jun

with Johannes Grau & Bernardo Arias Porras, Eric Keil, Grazyna Roguski, Pinkcloud.dk

presented by Storage Capacité
Kap Stralau is a wet and slippy experience right next to the bank of Spree River in an ancient amphitheatre: There are boats, there are flares, there is fish, there are water and dust, and there is a spatial concept created by Storage Capacité in cooperation with the design collective Pink Cloud. This is the place and the time to start...
Storage Capacite, 16.30h

This Week

Tuesday, 25 Jun

with Marcia Vaitsman 
Spielraum presents four objects and propositions of playing that aim to question how the experience of playing together can relate to aesthetic-ethic aspects of art, Resulting from an interest in games of collaboration, Marcia Vaitsman's research looks at rules, chance, construction, simulation, beauty, imitation, trust, symmetry, repetition, ritual, references to history and the recognition of Others.
SomoS, 18.00h
Duration: 26 Jun29 Jun

Wednesday, 26 Jun

with Johanna Ackva, Vincent Grunwald, Yala Juchmann, Martin Kohout
Between June 20 and 26 Very hosts FLOAT/ING, an exhibition and performative encounter. Several artistic positions have been invited to address and accommodate different aspects of the term floating, which is simultaneously understood as a notion and an acronym. The first part of the project F L O A T will take place from June 20 – 26 in the rooms of the project space Very. On June 26 I N G...
VERY, 18.00h
Duration: 20 Jun26 Jun

Thursday, 27 Jun

with Alex Norton, Rishin Singh, Lena Skrabs, Anna Kokalanova
Who designs what our futures will be like? Is the outlook of a prefabricated tomorrow extracting all excitement from our lives? Bored of tomorrow takes you on different walks through an uncanny landscape of possibilities and culminates in a final get together to reflect collectively on a prospect of monopolies.
hosted by Project Space Festival 2019 – Amelie Jakubek (PSF), Heiko Pfreundt (...
Monopol, 18.00h
Duration: 27 Jun

Friday, 28 Jun

 Limbo-opening-performance-Courtesy-Julian-Jakob-Kneer
Opening + special performance with Julian-Jakob Kneer, Ella Plevin
Limbo invites to the opening of Julian-Jakob Kneer’s solo exhibition in the public vitrine on Kurfürstendamm. The vernissage will be complemented by a special performance developed by Kneer and Ella Plevin. Limbo is a temporary exhibition display in public space that uses one of the many glass vitrines at Kurfürstendamm/Lehniner Platz. In changing presentations, Limbo shows work by...
Limbo, 19.00h
Duration: 28 Jun

Saturday, 29 Jun

Hosted by COVEN Berlin with Frances Breden (Sickness Affinity Group + COVEN BERLIN), Lorena Juan, Kiona Hagen Niehaus, Louise Trueheart, Clay A.D. (Sickness Affinity Group), Romily Alice Walden (Sickness Affinity Group)
Beginning with a parody of paid studies, PROBAND WERDEN is a smorgasbord of possible embodied health futures. The viewers will be invited to become test subjects for experiences relating to the body, ranging from dystopic reproductive...
PRO FAMILIA, 13.00h
BING BÄNG OVER GONE is looking back onto an era coming to an end with the departure of the Ralf Schmerberg’s studio from Schlesische Strasse. In this context, the past is paid tribute to- with a visual retrospective of Schmerberg’s own work, which has been created in and around Schlesische Strasse over the past decade. In Schmerberg’s typical manner, he captured instinctive and fleeting moments to reveal the absurd, the quirky, the ugly, the wasteful, but...
Atelier Ralf Schmerberg, 22.00h
Duration: 29 Jun7 Jul

Next Week

Wednesday, 3 Jul

Solo show 
 
EIGEN + ART Lab, 17.00h
Duration: 3 Jul3 Aug
Lene Markusen: Sisters Alike. Female Identities in the Post-Utopian. Spector Books 2019, Cover.
With: Lene Markusen (filmmaker), Anne König (publisher Spector Books), Alexandra Köhring (art historian) and Ulrike Gerhardt (initiator of D’EST). Moderated by Achim Lengerer (Scriptings).
Screening and discussion on the occasion of Lene Markusen’s latest publication Sisters Alike. Female Identities in Post-Utopian, published by Spector Books and designed by HIT. On the basis of selected scenes, the filmmaker Lene Markusen will provide brief insights...
District Berlin, 19.00h
Duration: 3 Jul

Thursday, 4 Jul

Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Duration: 4 Jul
Special Event- Curators guided tour with Marc Wellmann
Haus am Lützowplatz, 19.00h
Duration: 4 Jul

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