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Exhibition opening on Friday, 6. May 2016
at 18 h
Talk with the artists
Sezgin Boynik & Minna L. Henriksson (Helsinki)
A paper-film from Stockholm’s suburbs Invisible structures of exclusion
on Thursday, 26th November 2015 at 7 p.m.
in the station urbaner kulturen
Sezgin Boynik and Minna L. Henriksson have produced an experimental book Counter-constructivist Model (La Fontaine Stories for immigrants) – paper-film in nine acts in 2012 as a result of their artistic residency at Fittja – a suburb of Stockholm – in collaboration with Botkyrka Konsthall and the Multicultural Center there. It deals with invisible structures of exclusion and segregation based on cultural representations. By employing the collage-like (cinematic) experimental model in dealing with heterogeneous forces of this exclusion, it asks questions regarding violence of segregation, ideology of spontaneity and regimes of representations. Through interviews and commissioned texts, they critically engage with assumed ‘agency of immigrants’ both in art practice and socio-anthropological research. In the ensuing dialog, we will discuss their experiences in the large housing estates of Stockholm and Helsinki with regard to the local situation in Hellersdorf. What role can artistic production play?
More Info at http://minnahenriksson.com
Sunnday 11. Oct. 2015, 15-16 h
Meeting point: Gemeindezentrum Eiche,
Ahrensfelder Chaussee 35, 16356 Ahrensfelde.
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 18:00
Opening on 13.12.2014
Thursday, March 28, 2015 at 18:00
Abb.: Frontside Gardens Skatepark (Interim Use Pilot Project) in Hackney Wick
Vortrag »R-Urban Wick«
Andreas Lang (public works)
Invitation to the intervention “Ground and Floor” by Susanne v. Bülow & Ruppe Koselleck
on Saturday, 25th Oct. 2014
11h Hellersdorfer Str. / corner Stendaler Str. (U-Bhf. Hellersdorf)
12.30h Hellersdorfer Str. / corner Cottbusser Platz (U-Bhf. Cottbusser Platz)
15h Hellersdorfer Str. / corner Feldberger Ring (U-Bhf. Neue Grottkauer Str.)
17h Hellersdorfer Str. / corner Spree Center (U-Bhf. Kaulsdorf-Nord)
Susanne v. Bülow & Ruppe Koselleck are interested in real estate prices in Hellersdorf. They will make prints of square meters of ground with a road roller, ink and paper. The market value of each print is determined by the official ground price.
Invitation to the inauguration on Saturday, 18th Oct. 2014
16h introduction by the artists to their individual projects
Berlin is a magnet for people and investment. Population is expanding, real estate value is rising, residents are being displaced. Many Berliners have to or want to move “outside”. What is outside? deals with questions of social urban development, contexts city-wide and the theme of being “outside”. Ten artistic projects will be realised in and around Underground stations along the U5 line between Hönow on the edge of Berlin and Tierpark in its suburban boroughs.
The station urbaner kulturen near Kaulsdorf-Nord Underground station is a place for production, an address and a meeting point.
with artists’ projects by Roland Boden, Susanne v. Bülow & Ruppe Koselleck, Andreas Maria Fohr, Ulrike Gärtner & Carsten Ludwig, Christina M. Heinen, AG Hellersdorfer Illustrierte, Mari Keski-Korsu, Petra Spielhagen, Mirko Winkel and Ina Wudtke.
Invitation to an exhibition of the submitted and selected ideas for the international art competition What is outside? and a selection of short films on the theme
Thur + Fri 4-8 pm, Sat 3-7 pm from 25th July 2014
Fridays 25th July, 1st August, 8th August and 15th August before the start of the Balkon-Kino programm: 8 pm
Project Base Station urbaner Kulturen
Cecilienplatz 5, 12619 Berlin-Hellersdorf
Tel. 0173 2009 608
The art project What is outside? is concerned with social urban development, city-wide contexts and themes of „outside”. Ten art works will be realised in and around the Underground Stations between Tierpark and Hönow in 2014 and 2015. The Project Base near U-Bhf. Kaulsdorf-Nord functions as a space for production, an adress and a meeting place.
Art in Public Space in Lower Austria
Dr. Katharina Blaas
on Sunday, 6th July 2014 at 8pm
in nGbK (first floor), Oranienstr. 25, 10997 Berlin
Regula Dettwiler, Freiraumgestaltung im Landespflegeheim Tulln-Rosenheim, 2008. © Lisa Rastl
Dr. Katharina Blaas will talk about the state of Lower Austria’s innovative model for public art which she has run since 1989. Over 500 permanent and temporary projects have been realised in rural areas and small towns, often in collaboration with local communities.