I am proud to be part of the group exhibition “ISLANDS OF UTOPIA” of the ‘Museum für Subkulturen Berlin’, showing pictures from my series ‘Rummelsburger Bucht’.
Vernissage 24.09.2019 from 8pm
Daily 12-21 o’clock, longer on event days
Haus der Statistik
Reclaim the Water!
Time and again, freethinkers, rebels and artists have gone on the water in search of new possibilities and means of expression which they could not find on land or which were denied to them due to ownership or laws. The increasing lack of space combined with inflation and the disappearance of open spaces in the cities has promoted the perception that the waters are also to be understood as public space and thus represent an option for expanding the living space. The photo exhibition shows international and Berlin projects and tells of repression as well as empowerment.
Berlin’s abandoned Willner Brewery is expecting the same fate as many other locations in Berlin—an investor bought the areal and put an end to the countless cultural events that used to take place in the old buildings.
As a last tribute to this unique location a high-profiled artist collective created the LOST art festival during the last days before Christmas 2017.
Now imagine this abandoned brewery filled by 160 artists from the basement to the attic with all kinds of art for a 48h non-stop show. You walk from one room to the next and find an amazing piece in every corner.
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I had the honor to document the exhibition ‘Labyrinth of Lies’ featuring the artist Sven Sauer and The Connor Brothers, that took place in an old abandoned brewery in Berlin last weekend.
For the online creative magazine WITNESS THIS, I took part in the first testing for the upcoming exhibition LABYRINTH OF LIES by Berlin artist Sven Sauer in collaboration with THE CONNOR BROTHERS end of May 2017 at Willner Brauerei in Berlin.
‘The installation explores the subconscious transformation of imagery from media into our collective and individual truths. The Labyrinth of Lies is an illuminated maze of umbrellas, referencing the so-called umbrella revolution—a non-violent protest for democracy that occurred throughout Asia in 2014 in which the protestants used umbrellas to shield themselves from police’s tear gas.’
Philipp Vogt – Witness-This.com