Exhibition 1.11. – 13.12.2019

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

Gold foil people, 2019, (C) Sissy Schneider Artists for Future

Gold foil people, 2019, (C) Sissy Schneider


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, care for bees in the city, garden urban. Citizens measure their ecological footprint. Renewable energy and organic farming are on the rise. Climate protection agreements are being reached all over the world.

But the change of direction is happening too slowly. Because today, islands are sinking, climate refugees are arriving, weather extremes are increasing, species are dying, heavy rain is flooding. Scientists warn. The young generation is demonstrating for real climate protection. The governing politicians are not moving. The German government wants a belated exit from lignite. The citizen drives SUVs, eats his daily meat, flies short trips, denies climate change.

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

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


Listening guests, (C) T.A. Artists for Future

Eavesdropping guests, (C) T.A.

Vernissage Fri. Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
Dance performance: Olga Drachuk-Meyer: The Trial of Liberation
The VLQ – Very Large Quartet sings a capella folk and pop songs in upbeat barbershop arrangements.

Lecture with discussion Fri. Nov. 8, 7 p.m., Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Schnauss, Office for Sustainable Development: “Suchbewegungen auf dem Weg zum Guten Leben. – Past and current sustainability movements. What’s the next step?” Lecture: Search Movements Good Life, 0.86MB, 45 slides
Exhibition from 5 pm

Artist Talk Fr. Nov. 15, 7 p.m. Artists of the exhibition present their works in person and via Skype and talk about them with guests.
Exhibition from 5 pm

Workshop Fri Nov. 22, 5-7 p.m.: How can artists reduce their environmental footprint? The theme is their everyday practice, their choice of materials, their travel and transportation. Moderation Tom Albrecht (In German)

How can artists reduce their ecological footprint?1. Artists for Future

How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? 1.

How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? 2 Artists for Future

How can artists reduce their ecological footprint? 2.

Results of the workshop. For the open questions there should be another appointment in the next exhibition.




Our results were recorded by the summer art blog

Exhibition Fri. Nov. 29, 5-8 p.m. The artist Alexa Helbig will be present.

Tom Albrecht: The future is open. A collaborative dice game around personal visions. Fr. Dec. 6, 7 p.m.
Exhibition from 5 pm. The artist Lioba von den Driesch will be present.

Our game went very entertainingly in three hours. Laughter, seriousness and informative discussion alternated. We agreed, the game should be spread and marketed!

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

Future game result, (C) T.A.

Future Playing, (C) T.A. Artists for Future

Future game end, (C) T.A.







Future Game Instructions (pdf 1 page, (C) T.A.), Game Cards (pdf, 6 pages (C) T.A.).


Closing Fri. Dec. 13, 7 p.m.

Rosa Schmidt with Hybrid Walking Act: INDIGO HABITAT/NORTHEASTZIRKULATIONEN. Video 2:13min.
The performer asks visitors to bring the batteries of their smartphones charged.

Exhibition from 5 pm


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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Team GG3,
: Tom Albrecht