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Online Exhibition “Climate Change to go”

May 15 – June 19, 2020

Artists
Francesco Gioacchini, Julia Schicker, Lioba von den Driesch, Manja Dessel, Mari Terauchi, Martin Zellerhoff, Rika Pütthoff-Glinka, Rosa Schmidt, Stephan Groß.

 

Link to Text and program of the exhibition. Dates with online-chats with artists and guests

 

 

 

Tom Albrecht: Introduction (video 6:42 min.)

 

Francesco Gioacchini: Statement (video 2:26 min.)

Oil price dropping is a preparatory drawing for a site specific installation. Some flowers covered with a black liquid are hung from colorful ropes. Some oil drips from them into the bowls below.When the oil price drops it means that the global economy is in “danger”. We always are more concerned about the economy “health” than about the environment. In my installation the color of the flowers is covered by the black of the oil that drips from them. The effect of these emissions on climate change has not yet convinced people to review their needs and the sound of an oil drop makes more noise than a falling tree.

Francesco Gioacchini: Oil price dropping, 2020
Mixed media on paper, 29,7 x 42 cm
Berlin, Germany

 

Julia Schicker: Statement (video 2:30 min.)

The work deals with the responsibility of politicians on the subject of climate change. Without political advances, it will be impossible to save the climate. However, certain politicians deliberately scatter falsehoods in order to maintain their position of power. The video work tries to take up the arguments and rhetoric of such a politician and to draw other conclusions from the line of arguments.

Julia Schicker: Utopia Generator 1.1, 2019
Deepfakes-Video, 7:22 min.
Glarus, Switzerland

Lioba von den Driesch: Statement (video 2:18 min.)

Climate change to go – this idea is as fascinating as post-apocalyptic scifi worlds, or the slogan “Berlin is poor but sexy”. At the Victory Column in Berlin, this mixture of feelings manifests itself: looking backwards, full of trivial longings, suffocating, dangerous, loud – and somehow also politically. The goddess of victory shines in the sun and moves inexorably into the hazy nothing. She is the tour guide – we follow. “Vamos a la Playa” (let’s go to the beach) by Righeira was a disco hit in 1983 but the lyrics about the explosion of an atomic bomb and the end of the Mediterranean got little attention. The ideal of an easy lifestyle – to go – applies unbroken against better knowledge.

Lioba von den Driesch: Let’s go to the beach, 2020
Animation, videoloop, 6:48 min.
Berlin, Germany

Manja Dessel: Statement (video 0:41 min.)

Manja Dessel: Enough is enough, 2019 (Video 0:15 Min.)
Hanging installation, shopping-plastic-bags, up to 30m
Hattingen-Ruhr, Germany

I see shopping bags with their immense use of plastic as a characteristic of consumer intoxication, compulsion and addiction. Inspired by my travels to Tibet and Nepal and the prayer flags that are omnipresent there, I tie up the shopping bags equally. I was animated by the Buddhist idea of moderation. “Surfeit of Abundance” – Without renouncing our usual comfort, the future will show consequences.

Mari Terauchi: Statement (video 2:52 min.)

People concern the natural catastrophe, when they see them on a television. However, their concern will be declined as the news ends and then it will be replaced with their daily life. “OK, now switch off the television, everyone! Time for a dinner! What shall we eat tonight?” “hmm..What shall I ware for the party tomorrow?”
People feel our planet became warmer. However climate change progress little by little and people has an ability to adopt them into new temperature. But when they aware of the impact not on television but in front of them, it will be too late and adopting into new temperature is not endless. It is not necessary to threat people every day by showing problems, but it is also meaningful time to time to bring the issues to concern.
The above is my statement of this work in 2010. After 10 years the situation is still the same.
But after 10 years, I see many scientists say climate change is lie or it happens due to the Sun or due to the cycle of the earth.
I have no idea who says right, but scientist works also for companies and their government. They may manipulate the data or can also make mistake.
In the next decade we may hear the main cause of the climate change. Even it is due to the nature of the earth, nothing wrong to reduce the poison into the air or into our body.
This unconcern does not happen only towards the climate change. The concerning will be fade away when they come back to their real life. What we can do is to raise the problem time to time.

part of the installation

Mari Terauchi:
What shall we eat tonight?, 2010
Installation, mixed media,
30-50 cm H
Ansbach, Germany

Martin Zellerhoff: Statement (video 0:20 min.)

„Cosmos and Demian, after Joseph Beuys“, two damaged replicas of the Eiffel Tower support each other.

In response to climate change, international conferences have emerged for which thousands of people are jetting around the world trying to save our world. It seems to me like an unsuitable attempt.

A cheap replica of the Eiffel Tower is a typical souvenir from such a trip.

Martin Zellerhoff: Cosmos and Demian (after Joseph Beuys), 2019
Framed analog photography, pigment printing, 23,9 x 30 cm, framed 55,5 x 62 cm
Berlin, Germany

 

 

Rika Pütthoff-Glinka: Dried out 1-3, 2019
Photowork, photocollage, painting, 70 x 100 cm
Dortmund, Germany

“A few hundred meters west of the historic center of Malaga flows the Rio Guadalmedina.Better said, what is left of him. Because of the deriveofing of many streams in the hinterland, the once proud Rio today runs mostly only as a trickle through the wide riverbed” .(Internet).
The Spaniards see the advantage that the two parts of the old town are easier to reach by the almost dried-up river and use the former course of the river as parkland.
I have supplemented the southern European view of environmental damage caused by walkers, cafe visitors, circus people and other interiors and thus “pushed to the extreme”.


Rika Pütthoff-Glinka: Statement (audio, 1:55 min.)

Rosa Schmidt: Statement (video 6:18 min.)

On June 19 at 19h

Rosa Schmidt: Filmed performative intervention “INDIGO HILLS / SETZUNGSFLIESSEN”, 2020

The project reflects on future possibilities of human floor contact and mobility. It anticipates and examines modes of standig, walking and ‘how TO GO’ when the planets’ surfaces as human grounds will become porous because of the further exploitive mining activities of SMART CIVILIZATIONS. ‘NO – GO’ wasteland areas will become taken over by nature.

Stephan Groß: Statement (video 3:58 min.)

The poster artwork “featherweight” shows the image of a feather above that of a storm surge. The layout that divides the term also divides it figuratively into its components: the feather and the weight.
The feather depicted in the work represents the familiar and beloved comfort, the storm surge the weighty dangers that arise from our lifestyle. Anyone who thinks that fighting climate change is dealing with a featherweight in the sense of an easy opponent that can be defeated in passing is making a fatal mistake. The consequences are serious; the worldwide increase in catastrophic weather events is only one aspect.

Stephan Groß: Featherweight, 2020
Collage, typo / digital print, 50 x 60 cm framed
Berlin, Germany

 

Next dates:

 

Artists meet guests online

on changing dates, hosted by Tom Albrecht
In each case from 18:00 to max. 18:30
Preparation from 17:00.
Please click on the link with the artist name from 18.5.
Only participants with picture and language will be admitted.
For PC please use the browsers Chrome or Firefox or Safari. Large screen is better.
For Smartphone, Tablet please install the app Jitsy Meet from the store before. For Android data protection sensitive persons please install the app Jitsy Meet from F-Droid-Store.
Headset recommended or earphones with microphone
Camera and microphone must be activated.

Martin Zellerhoff 18.5.

Julia Schicker 26.5.

Rosa Schmidt 28.5.

Francesco Gioachini 29.5.

Mari Terauchi 2.6.

Lioba von den Driesch 4.6.

Manja Dessel 5.6.

Stephan Groß 15.6.

Rika Pütthoff-Glinka 17.6.

12.6., 19h Online-Videotalk

Christian Löwe, Umweltbundesamt „Klimakrise, Digitalisierung und Kunst” (in German)

19.6., 19h Finissage

Rosa Schmidt: Filmed performative intervention “INDIGO HILLS / SETZUNGSFLIESSEN”, 2020

 

Link to Text and program of the exhibition. Dates with online-chats with artists and guests

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Climate Change to go

Exhibition 15.5. – 19.6.2020

Sprit to go, (C) T.A. Climate Change to go

Sprit to go, (C) T.A.

In the meantime, we have successfully put the last exhibition online because of Corona: “Home: Think global, act local”. We are also showing the analogously planned exhibition “Climate Change to go” online:

Click here for the online exhibition

Background

Many people do not feel affected by climate change. They continue to live as they have done up to now.  Even those who have recognized the problem often find it difficult to make sustainable consumption decisions in hectic everyday life or based on social expectations.

The demand for decadent luxury strengthens an immense emission of climate-damaging greenhouse gases, said economist Nico Paech of the University of Siegen. “These are cruises, these are SUVs, this is air travel, digital electronics and the demand for even more living space.” This is pure comfort that cannot be justified as the satisfaction of essential basic needs. (SPON 1.12.2019)

The government is afraid of being voted out of office for major measures. The lobby is slowing down. Some people think you can solve everything on the side with technology. Scientists and dedicated individuals warn and demand political and personal change. The outstanding changes are huge. Society needs transformation.

What are the decisions driven by comfort, what are their consequences, what are the reasons for our actions and how can we, as individuals and as a community, take new paths?

Dried out. Rika Pütthoff-Glinka, Dortmund, 2019, Fotocollage, 70 x 100 cm Climate Change to go

Dried out. Rika Pütthoff-Glinka, Dortmund, 2019, Fotocollage, 70 x 100 cm

Participating artists

Manja Dessel, Lioba von den Driesch, Francesco Gioacchini, Stephan Groß, Rika Pütthoff-Glinka, Julia Schicker, Rosa Schmidt, Mari Terauchi, Martin Zellerhoff

Climate change to go programme

Exhibition online

Vernissage 15.5.2020, 7 pm

Welcome and introduction to the exhibition: Curator Tom Albrecht(Video 6:41 min.)

Video chat of the guests and GG3. To do so, click the link for Chrome-Browser from 19 o’clock here at this place.

Artists meet guests online

on changing dates, hosted by Tom Albrecht
In each case from 18:00 to max. 18:30
Preparation from 17:00.
Please click on the link with the artist name from 18.5. in each case to the dates starting from 17 o’clock.
Only participants with picture and language will be admitted.
For PC please use the browsers Chrome or Firefox or Safari. Large screen is better.
For Smartphone, Tablet please install the app Jitsy Meet from the store before. For Android data protection sensitive persons please install the app Jitsy Meet from F-Droid-Store.
Headset recommended or earphones with microphone
Camera and microphone must be activated.

Martin Zellerhoff 18.5.

Julia Schicker 26.5.

Rosa Schmidt 28.5.

Francesco Gioacchini 29.5.

Mari Terauchi 2.6.

Lioba von den Driesch 4.6.

Manja Dessel 5.6

Stephan Groß 15.6

Rika Pütthoff-Glinka 17.6.

Online-Videotalk 12.6., 19 Uhr

Christian Löwe, Umweltbundesamt „Klimakrise, Digitalisierung und Kunst” (Video lecture)  in german

Finissage June 7th, 7:00 p.m.

Rosa Schmidt: Filmed performative intervention “INDIGO HILLS / SETZUNGSFLIESSEN”, 2020

49th exhibition

Online Exhibition “Home: Think globally, act locally”

March 20 – May 8, 2020

Artists:
Tom Albrecht, Matthias Fritsch, Victoria Hohmann, Simon Knab, Claudia Michaela Kochsmeier, Diana Pacelli, Rosa Schmidt, Raimon Sibilo, Yoana Tuzharova, Sven Wieder.

Text and program of the exhibition

 

 


Rhenish chant: Tom Albrecht “Methadone from Grünheide” (Video 4:45 Min.)

 


Corona Performance / Viral Horizons (Video, 14:35)
by Tom Albrecht and Rosa Schmidt

The idea for this performance came spontaneously under the first impression of the threat of the corona virus and the subsequent shutdown of the economy, travel and physical encounter. “The virus is the most radical decelerator of our time” (Hartmut Rosa)

Climate change and the corona pandemic are linked. Being global everywhere and using global resources is part of the cause of the pandemic. More and more people are claiming more and more wildlife habitats, land use has changed dramatically, wild and farm animals and animal products are being transported around the globe and global travel has increased dramatically.

CHOREOGRAPHY INDIGO WINGS

The planet a sphere, the yielding to gravity a breathing, an admission to the rotation in the colored twilight, to the integrity, the becoming and passing, an exercise of confidence in the carrying capacity of the earth’s crust, a overcoming of the civilisational acceleration of flight, a momentary collapse of total networking, an attempt at vanity withdrawal, a drop-out, a farewell, a flapping of wings, a prayer close to the ground, an erection of the spine against the gesture of domination, a shift in perspective in several sequences, a transformation of the technototalitarian coercion of arrogance.

Tom Albrecht: Introduction (Video, 7:18)

Rainer Stahl: Heimat in der Natur
Rainer Stahl: Heimat in der Natur. Lyrik und leicht Schräges (Video, 20:16)

Matthias Fritsch: Datenstreik - Intro
Matthias Fritsch: Data Strike – Statement (Video, 3:00)

Data Strike. Matthias Fritsch. Berlin, Germany, 2020, Visualisation drawing, pencil on paper, text & weekly activity

Data Strike. Matthias Fritsch. Berlin, Germany, 2020, Visualisation drawing, pencil on paper, text & weekly activity

Data Strike – Text

Victoria Hohmann: Kahlschlag - Intro
Victoria Hohmann: Clearcutting – Statement (Video, 2:48)

Victoria Hohmann: clear cutting (photo print on canvas)

Victoria Hohmann: Clearcutting, 2017 and 2020

Clearcutting, 2017 and 2020. Victoria Hohmann. Berlin, Germany. Photoprint on Canvas; Objects (snow globes), synthetic material, water. 200 €; 150 € /piece

Simon Knab: OAKS - StatementSimon Knab: OAKS – Statement (Video, 1:44)

every oak must be an acorn. Simon Knab. 110x320cm, Inkjet-print on Baryt Fine Art Paper (Matt). 2300€
every oak must be an acorn. Simon Knab. 110x320cm, Inkjet-print auf Baryt Fine Art Paper(Matt). 2300€
Simon Knab: oak detail Simon Knab: oak detail 3

oak details, Simon Knab

 

Claudia Michaela Kochsmeier: Gryllotalpa
Gryllotalpa. Claudia Michaela Kochsmeier. Berlin. Digital video, 5 Min. 300€

 

 

Diana Pacelli: The Orange Game
Diana Pacelli: The Orange Game

 

Raimon Sibilo: Urban Nature - Intro
Raimon Sibilo: Urban Nature – Statement (Video, 2:29)

Raimon Sibilo: Urban Nature
Urban Nature (2012-present) Raimon Sibilo. Berlin. Video 9:27 Min. 1000€

An audiovisual response to the ongoing photographic recording of Raimon Sibilo’s observations of the reimplementation of “nature” in the urban landscape, where it has been almost completely erased.

Man destroys nature
Man builds concrete Environment
Man simulates nature

imperative of flexibility. Tandem suitcase. Yoana Tuzharova.
imperative of flexibility. Tandem suitcase. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020. Köln. plywood, leatherette, Metal, fabric. 3000 €

imperative of flexibility. Yoana Tuzharova. Timber framing suitcase
imperative of flexibility. Yoana Tuzharova. Timber framing suitcase / 2020, 4000 €

Yoana Tuzharova: imperative of flexibility. Home to go.
imperative of flexibility. Home to go. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020. Cologne. Concrete, leather straps, Größe M (L39 x B15 x H49 cm), 1500 €

Local frame. Sven Wieder
Local frame. Sven Wieder. Leipzig Germany, 2020, 40cm x 40cm x 4cm, assemblage wood, 350€

Sven Wieder: Local Frame - Intro Sven Wieder: Local Frame – Statement (Video, 2:03)

 

 

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Dialogues from the overflow

GG3 is host for Berlin Sessions Residency

Artist talk and Presentation Thursday, 12th of March, Start at 7 PM

Art, politics and ecology 500 years after the circumnavigation of the Strait of Magellan

Berlin Sessions Residency ‎Dialogues from the overflow

Berlin Sessions Residency‎ Dialogues from the overflow, (C) Ultimaesperanza

GG3 is host für Artist talk and presentation for Berlin Sessions Residency for their current residents from the territory of Fuego/Patagonia, Chile. An art collective Ultimaesperanza – Nathaniel Alvarez & Sandra Ulloa,  and Günen – (w)ritual writer, and publisher at Colectivo Editorial Nihil Obstat from Chile. They will share with us impressions of two projects: one is Hydropoetica – artistic research and visual experiments / video mappings made in the fields of Southern Ice since 2013. The second is MAPU: There is not enough space in the device’s memory, a result of the last edition of the navigable micro-residence Radicante, carried out in waters of the Strait of Magellan.

Thursday, 12th of March
Start at 7 PM
Door at 6:30 PM

Group Global 3000 – GG3
Leuschnerdamm 10
10999 Berlin

GG3 also opens on Tuesdays

imperative of flexibility. Tandem cases. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020 Home: Think globally, act locally

imperative of flexibility. Tandem cases. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020

In future we will open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 5 to 20 pm.

First exhibition with two dates a week is “Home: think global, act local“.

Hey, Cudgel!

Hey, leg! CO2. Foto: Jens Thomas

Hey, leg! CO2. Foto: Jens Thomas

Hey, Cudgel!

GG3 in “Creative City Berlin” magazine

under: “Sustainability, Spaces”
29 January 2020

Home: Think globally, act locally

Local antennas, (C) T.A. Home: Think globally, act locally

Local antennas. Foto: T.A.

We regret to have to cancel the exhibition because of the acute danger of corona infection in our rooms!
Instead, we show online offer on this site with video statements of the artists and photos of the works.

  • The works at this place with video statements of the artists, photos and text
  • Program activities “introduction to the exhibition”, “reading”, “workshop”, “lecture”, “performance” online at the announced times.
  • Everything on gg3.eu

Click here to enter the Online-Exhibition 20.3. – 8.5.2020

Objects, Installations, Drawing, Photo, Videos, Audio, Performance
Programm: Reading, Workshop, Singsong.

Ten artists present the saying “Home: Think globally, act locally” in their works:

Tom Albrecht, Matthias Fritsch, Victoria Hohmann, Simon Knab, Claudia Kochsmeier, Diana Pacelli, Rosa Schmidt, Raimon Sibilo, Yoana Tuzharova, Sven Wieder.

imperative of flexibility. Tandem cases. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020 Home: Think globally, act locally

imperative of flexibility. Tandem cases. Yoana Tuzharova. 2020

This old saying combines global responsibility with local action. In the place where we are at home, we are strong. The Earth is a complex organism in which cause and effect are not always spatially close to one another. Through our decisions, we as consumers can have a direct influence on the actions of polluters.

There are increasing local reasons for acting today: The daughter no longer wants to eat meat for climate protection reasons. Friends talk about flight shame and plastic shame. There is no snow at the usual holiday location for a skiing holiday. The bark beetle has attacked the local forest. The water level in German regions is falling. The summer heat is unbearable. The farmers have crop failures due to drought.

Example: Globally, old-growth forests are being destroyed in other places on the planet. That’s why I protest locally in my neighborhood if a forest or park is being destroyed; I try to save paper and don’t buy any items made from tropical wood. Refraining from eating meat also helps, as cattle are often raised on the cleared land or soy beans are grown there for animal feed.

Example: Increasing carbon dioxide emissions are heating up the Earth’s climate, which is a global problem. As an individual in Germany, I cannot influence politics in China or India to keep coal-fired power plants from being built or prevent people there from driving cars. But as a local decision, I myself can use a bike instead of a car, and I can influence the politics of my country and my local community.
How do artists express the saying “homeland: think globally, act locally” in their works?

Program Home : Think globally, act locally

Vernissage 20.3., 7 p.m. online

  • Introduction to the exhibition by Tom Albrecht
  • Corona performance by Tom Albrecht and Rosa Schmidt
  • Reading: Rainer Stahl “Home in nature. Poetry and slightly oblique”

Presentation 27.3, 7 p.m. online-pdf

Johannes Schorling (Inkota Network): “Conscious consumption and politics.  Between “Fasting” and the call for regulation”. In german

Workshop 3.4, 7 pm cancelled

Kirsten Vogeler collects plants, prepares them for eating together. Matthias Fritsch regularly lives on a data strike. Suggestions for sustainable reorganisation of our daily activities.”

Artists talk and Performance 24.4.,

The idea for this performance came spontaneously under the first impression of the threat of the corona virus and the subsequent shutdown of the economy, travel and physical encounter. “The virus is the most radical decelerator of our time” (Hartmut Rosa)

Climate change and the corona pandemic are linked. Being global everywhere and using global resources is part of the cause of the pandemic. More and more people are claiming more and more wildlife habitats, land use has changed dramatically, wild and farm animals and animal products are being transported around the globe and global travel has increased dramatically.

CHOREOGRAPHY INDIGO WINGS

The planet a sphere, the yielding to gravity a breathing, an admission to the rotation in the colored twilight, to the integrity, the becoming and passing, an exercise of confidence in the carrying capacity of the earth’s crust, a overcoming of the civilisational acceleration of flight, a momentary collapse of total networking, an attempt at vanity withdrawal, a drop-out, a farewell, a flapping of wings, a prayer close to the ground, an erection of the spine against the gesture of domination, a shift in perspective in several sequences, a transformation of the technototalitarian coercion of arrogance.

Finissage 8.5., 7 pm online

Rhenish chant: Tom Albrecht “Methadone from Grünheide”

Place

gg3.eu

Jury

Team GG3, Curators: Team GG3

48th exhibition

 

Fossil Addiction

Artists and experts examine our addiction-led unwillingness to recognize our dependence on fossil fuels.

January 10 –  March 6, 2020, Fridays 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Exhibition, dialogues, workshop, workshop discussion
Fine art prints, videos, installations, collage, painting, objects

Night and Day, (C) Jörn Birkholz, Stephan Groß, Fossile Sucht

Night and Day, Jörn Birkholz, Stephan Groß

The exploitation of fossil fuels has allowed us the dream of flying, the freedom of the open road, a consume-craze, a plastic wonderland, and a comfortable warm apartment. Our use of petroleum, heating oil, natural gas can also be seen as a drug problem.

We use this state-sanctioned fossil drug with all its side effects of CO2 and environmental destruction. Coming clean from this drug causes withdrawal symptoms and all the irrationalities that go along with them. One need only look at the reader’s comments about ideas for a speed limit of 30km/h in the city or 130km/h on the highway. A recognition of the disease is lacking – rational reasoning gives way to addiction-led blindness.

Deatailed text: What is fossil addiction?

Dining table, (C) M. Schnauss Fossil addiction

Dining table. Foto: M. Schnauss

Men with oil tanks (C) Tom Albrecht Fossil addiction

Men with oil tanks. Foto: Tom Albrecht

Artists show their critical contributions to “Fossil Addiction”

How do artists see our fossil addiction and its therapy? How do we recognize the addiction? Where does it show itself? How could withdrawal therapy for citizens and the state look? We would like to explore answers to these questions.

Tom Albrecht, Jörn Birkholz, Stephan Groß, Marina Camargo, Maria Korporal, Merav Leibkuechler, Steph Marx, Christoph Medicus, Jasmin Odendahl, Katja Struif

Fossil Addiction Program

Christoph Medicus with visitor in front of a picture by Merav Leibküchler, (C) T.A. Fossil addiction

Christoph Medicus with visitor in front of a picture by Merav Leibküchler. Foto: T.A.

Vernissage

Friday, January 10, 2020, 7 p.m.

Exhibition Friday, January 17.1., 5-8 p.m.:

The Artist Steph Marx is present

Artists’ Talk  Friday, January 24, 7 p.m.

Artists of the exhibition present their works to the guests.

Workshop Talk  Friday, January 31, 7 p.m.

with the addiction specialists
Prof. Dr. med. Tom Bschor, chief physician of the Schlossparkklinik and
Prof. Dr. Hermann E. Ott, ClientEarth – Lawyers of the Earth, former climate researcher at the Wuppertal Institute:
“How do we recognize the addiction to fossil fuels among citizens and the state?
Is there a recognition of the disease?
What could withdrawal therapy look like for citizens and the state?”
The two experts discuss answers and solutions in a public discussion. Moderated by Tom Albrecht

Results see german site.

Second Workshop How can artists reduce their ecological footprint?

Friday, February 7,  7 p.m.   The topic is their everyday practice, the choice of their materials, their travel and transport. Moderation by Tom Albrecht (in German).

Results see german site.

Exhibition Friday, February 14, 5-8 p.m.

The Artist Marina Camargo is present.

Exhibition Friday, February 21, 5-8 p.m.

The Artist Maria Korporal is present.

Exhibition Friday, February 28, 5-8 p.m.

Finissage Friday, March 6,  7 p.m. Round Table “Fossil Addiction”

Guests and members of GG3 will talk about the effects of the exhibition, their findings and the outlook. Presentation of a mind map of the workshop conversation. Talk in german.
Exhibition from 5 p.m.

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