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  • or einem Vorhang sind verschiedene Silhuetten von Menschen zu erkennen

    21.08.–03.10.2021

    Of Revealing Scars and Concealing Material

    Textile as a language of resilience

    With visible stitches, the artists in this exhibition reveal their personal scars and offer insights into strategies for self-preservation and healing. Sutures, visible traces in tissue, represent the process of artistic work and the wound healing that accompanies it. The stories of these women become visible — stories that had been concealed behind material, hidden by material. Hand-sewn textile works testify to resilience and are a collective protest against invisibility, oppression, and violence.

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  • buntes Geschicht mit dem Schriftzug das Ich im Wir

    03.07.–15.08.2021

    das Ich im Wir

    In everyday life, we are constantly surrounded by images. They shape the way we perceive other people and cultures.

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  • Der Schriftzug Neuköllner Kunstpreis vor orangem Grund

    21.05.–27.06.2021

    Neukölln Art Prize 2021

    The quality and quantity of artistic production in Neukölln is very high. This wealth and artistic professionalism is taken into account by the Neukölln Art Award - established by the Department of Culture in cooperation with Kulturnetzwerk Neukölln e.V.

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  • Detailaufnahme von zwei pinken Putzhandschuhen

    15.03.–28.04.2021

    Lisa Premke – Material Matters

    The Aesthetics of Utility

    As the title reveals, the focus of Material Matters – The Aesthetics of Utility is the material of the various works in the exhibition. The artist’s main concern is the question of whether we build familiarity with objects and materials through sounds and haptics or through cultural contexts.

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  • Auf gelben Grund steht der Schriftzug AMORPH in Grau

    03.10.–22.11.2020

    Amorph

    The five artists explore the limits of the recognisable and nameable and work beyond the usual repertoire of perception. They offer viewers a range of associations based on collective cultural codes as well as individual worlds of visual experience.

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  • Ein offen stehender Brifkasten in dem ein Schlüssel steckt

    10.08.–27.09.2020

    Chelsea Leventhal – Dear Resident,

    Domestic sounds, everyday sounds that are frequently overheard unfold their auditory power in partially sculptural works and convey vividly, humorously diverse tones. Leventhal’s sound installations combine multi-channel electroacoustic compositions with sculptural approaches and video elements that focus on specific archetypes and experiences of living.

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  • Der Schriftzug

    11.05.–02.08.2020

    Narrative Silence

    Is silence the same as stillness and the absence of words, or is there more to the inaudible?

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  • Auf grünem Untergrund steht: Neuköllner Kunstpreis.

    25.01.–29.03.2020

    Neukölln Art Prize 2020

    There is an abundance of high-quality work produced in Neukölln’s vibrant art sce-ne. The Neukölln Art Prize reflects this richness and professionalism with applica-tions from nearly 170 artists working or living in Neukölln. Eight of those applicants have been nominated for the art prize, worth a total of 6000 euros, by a jury of sev-en experts. Their works feature in a group exhibition at Galerie im Saalbau.

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  • Eine Möwe fliegt über ein Feld

    30.11.2019–19.01.2020

    Kati Gausmann – dancing dough and circumstances

    Can the Earth be considered a sculptural body in motion? Artist Kati Gausmann deals with geological processes. She recognises our planet as a material in which structural forces are at work and which is in constant flux.

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  • Eine Frau steht vor einem See in der Wüste

    28.09.–24.11.2019

    Franca Wohlt – Fata Morgana

    Franca Wohlt takes the many ways humans shape and transform their environment as a jumping-off point for her photographic work. Three very different series by Wohlt produced over the past ten years document traces left by past and current social visions.

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