Artists for Future

Exhibition “Artists for Future” Fridays 5 – 8 pm

Exhibition, talks, lecture 1.11. – 13.12.2019 with objects, active objects, photos, photo collage, videos, audio work, walk-in assemblage, interactive installation, dance performance, hybrid walking act, music performance from and with 19 artists. A confessional for ecologic sins is ready for use.

Gold Foil People, 2019, (C) Sissy Schneider Artists for Future

Gold Foil People, 2019, (C) Sissy Schneider

Artists

Petra Abroso, Tom Albrecht, Anna Borrie, Georg Cevales, Olga Drachuk-Meyer, Lioba von den Driesch, Keeley Haftner, Alexa Helbig, Astrid Indricane, Marte Kiessling, Clementine Klein, Maria Korporal, Nadine Lemke, Uwe Molkenthin, Rolf Pilarsky, Rosa Schmidt, Sissy Schneider, Maria Vedder

Individuals are starting to build insect hotels, housing bees in the city, doing urban gardening. Citizens are measuring their ecological footprint. Renewable energies and organic farming are increasing. Climate protection agreements are being made worldwide.

But the reversal is happening too slowly. Today, islands are sinking, climate refugees are coming to the borders, extreme weather is on the rise, species are dying. Scientists are warning us. The young generation is demonstrating for real climate protection. But the politics are not changing. The German government wants to keep coal power plants running longer than planned. Citizens are driving SUVs, eating meat every day, flying short distances, and even denying climate change.

We as artists worry about what our future will look like. We support the protests for more climate and environmental protection. As artists, we contribute to the world of the future. What do these contributions look like?

Over 100 artists applied, of which we selected strong, exciting works.

Events

Listening Guests at Dance Performance (C) T.A. Artists for Future

Listening Guests at Dance performance (C) T.A.

Vernissage Fri 1.11., 7 pm
Dance performance: Olga Drachuk-Meyer: The Trial of Liberation, Video 12 Min.
A capella singers: The VLQ – Very Large Quartet sings with five men and three women sing folk and pop songs in lively barbershop arrangements.

Lecture with conversation: Fr. 8.11., 7 pm, Dipl.Ing. Matthias Schnauss, Office for Sustainable Development: “On the Search for a Good Life – Past and Present Sustainability Movements – How to Continue?” (In German).

Artist Talk: Fri. 15.11., 7 pm. Artists of the exhibition present their works in person and via Skype and answer questions from the public.

Result 1: How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? (in german), (C) T.A.

Result 1: How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? (in german), (C) T.A.

Workshop Fri 22.11., 5 – 7 pm: How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? The theme is everyday practice, choice of  materials, travel and transport, and everyday life as a consumer. Moderation Tom Albrecht (In German).

Exhibition Fri 29.11., 5-8 pm. The artist Alexa Helbig is present.

 

Result 2: How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? (in german), (C) T.A.

Result 2: How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? (in german), (C) T.A.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Albrecht: The future is open. A common dice game about personal visions.
Exhibition Fri 6.12., 5-8 pm. The artist Lioba von den Driesch is present.

Our game was very entertaining in three hours. Laughter, serious and informative discussions took place. We agreed that the game should be distributed and marketed!

Future Game Players, (C) T.A. Artists for Future

Future Game Players, (C) T.A.

Future Game Result, (C) T.A. Artists for Future

Future Game Result, (C) T.A.

 

Future Game  manual (in German, pdf, 1 page (C) T.A.)

Playing cards (german, pdf, 6) (C) T.A.)

 

 

 

 

Finissage Fri. 13.12., 7 pm.
Hybrid Walking Act: Rosa Schmidt with INDIGO HABITAT / NORTH EAST CIRCULATIONS. Video 2:13Min.
The performer asks visitors to bring the batteries of their smartphones with them.
Exhibition from 5 pm.

Location: Gallery of the Global 3000 Group e.V., Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin
U8 Moritzplatz, U1 Kottbussertor, M29 Oranienplatz, Bus 147 Michaelkirchplatz
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Jury: Team GG3, Curator: Tom Albrecht

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