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14Saturday, 14 August 2021Saturday, 14. August 2021, 14:00 – 20:00
Soft Opening: Soft Opening: Reinickendorf (14.8.)
15Sunday, 15 August 2021Sunday, 15. August 2021, 15:00 – 20:00
Soft Opening: Soft Opening: Neukölln (15.8.)
15Sunday, 15 August 2021Sunday, 15. August 2021, 18:00
Video online: Video online: »Living in Berlin’s Underground?«
16Thursday, 16 September 2021Thursday, 16. September 2021, 18:00
Film-Screening: Film screening: »Natura Urbana – The Brachen of Berlin« with Sasha Amaya
18Saturday, 18 September 2021Saturday, 18. September 2021, 14:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Urban Climate Futuring: Berlin Neukölln 2039« with Juli Sikorska
18Saturday, 18 September 2021Saturday, 18. September 2021, 18:00
Audio-Essay: Audio essay: »Local Guide« by Philine Puffer
Book launch

Book launch: Art in the Underground 2020/21: as above, so below

Wednesday, 15 February 2023, 19:00

Address:nGbK event space 1st floor, Oranienstraße 25, 10999 Berlin
Open:
Language(s): 
  • German
  • English

Entry: free
Organized by: neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst
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Book presentation: As Above, So Below. Art in the Underground

The nGbK working group Art in the Underground presents its newly published book Art in the Underground 2020/21: as above, so below. Lorena Juan and Isabelle Meiffert will introduce the book as well as some contributors and give insights into the production process.
 
As part of the competition "Art in the Underground 2020/21: as above, so below" organized by nGbK, five artists_were selected to address questions about the future of the city as an urban and social body. Sasha Amaya, Clara Brinkmann, Philine Puffer, Florine Schüschke and Juli Sikorska have realized works that critically yet humorously deal with social biotopes and the transformation of urban living spaces. Along Berlin's subway network, the interventions dealt with real estate speculation, new living spaces, the concept of home, and the increasing heating of our cities. The book documents the works and situates them within cultural studies, urban planning, and current urban policy discourses.
 
With contributions by: Sophie Beckmann, Dehlia Hannah, Martin Murrenhoff, Nadim Samman and others.
Designed by Rimini Berlin.
 
The publication appears as a cooperation between nGbK Verlag and DISTANZ Verlag.
 
nGbK working group: Lorena Juan, Marenka Krasomil, Isabelle Meiffert, Sandra Teitge, Mirko Winkel

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Further Dates

14Saturday, 14 August 2021Saturday, 14. August 2021, 14:00 – 20:00
Soft Opening: Soft Opening: Reinickendorf (14.8.)
15Sunday, 15 August 2021Sunday, 15. August 2021, 15:00 – 20:00
Soft Opening: Soft Opening: Neukölln (15.8.)
15Sunday, 15 August 2021Sunday, 15. August 2021, 18:00
Video online: Video online: »Living in Berlin’s Underground?«
16Thursday, 16 September 2021Thursday, 16. September 2021, 18:00
Film-Screening: Film screening: »Natura Urbana – The Brachen of Berlin« with Sasha Amaya
18Saturday, 18 September 2021Saturday, 18. September 2021, 14:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Urban Climate Futuring: Berlin Neukölln 2039« with Juli Sikorska
18Saturday, 18 September 2021Saturday, 18. September 2021, 18:00
Audio-Essay: Audio essay: »Local Guide« by Philine Puffer