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Wash my fur, but don’t make me wet.

Climate protection with repression

Anja Witt: What should we have done? Object, 2019 Cat wash

Anja Witt: What should we have done? Object, 2019

Exhibition 3.5. – 14.6.2024 in gallery and park

Works by 24 international artists

Objects, performances, installations, videos, painting

Tom Albrecht, Thomas Behling, Anna Orlikowska, Benna Gaean Maris, Susanna Giese, Stephan Gross, Danny Hermann, Ines Hock, Tobias Bilgeri & Jens Isensee, Maria Korporal, Joana Lucas, John Maibohm, Annegret Müller, Froso Papadimitriou, Lita Poliakova, Susa Ramsthaler, Alexander Rommel, Rosa Schmidt, Daniel Theiler, Anja Witt, Alla Zhyvotova,

The majority of society wants climate protection, but does not want to change. It becomes nervous, susceptible to fossil lobby campaigns, superstitions and right-wing influences.

People are in favor of doing something about man-made global warming, but they still want to fly on vacation. You deny your own fossil addiction. The other countries, the politicians, should take action against the climate crisis. People do not want to see their own responsibility, as voters of political parties and polluters of CO₂ emissions as consumers of flights, cars and goods. Of course, something should change, just not in your own life. Science calls this behavior cognitive dissonance.

The exhibition seeks answers that reconcile the desire for climate protection with society’s behavior.

Program 3.5. – 14.6.2024

Gallery Fridays and Tuesdays 5-8 p.m., in the park Fri. 3.5., from 3 p.m. until Sat. 4.5. , 3 p.m.

Opening Fri., 3.5.202, 3 p.m. in the park at the Engelbecken at the Waldemar Bridge

Welcome by Tom Albrecht and introduction to the works exhibited there

Installations LAGE EGAL by Stephan Groß and Be(e) here by ines hock

Vernissage 7 pm in the gallery

Welcome: Tom Albrecht, Introduction to the exhibition: Katja Hock

Art historian, Performance prima klima Susa Ramsthaler

Artist:Interior talk with performance Fri. 24.5., 7 p.m.

Artists of the exhibition talk with guests about their works.

Performance WRINGEN/FUR Rosa Schmidt

Lecture with discussion 31.5., 7 pm

“Acting for the climate. Why humans are not doing enough to combat the climate crisis despite knowing better. How do we get moving?” Katharina Simons, Psychologists for Future, Berlin

Closing Fri. 6/14, 7 pm

Performance: Tom Albrecht sings Verdrängung, guitar Philip Müller-Hohenstein,

8 pm: Very Large Quartet sings radiant harmonies rich in overtones – from complex barbershop classics to jazz and catchy, rousing pop pieces


Jury Team GG3: Tom Albrecht, Stephan Groß, Maria Korporal
Curator: Tom Albrecht
Co-curator: Katja Hock
Advertising: Anne Loock, Isabell Rzepecki

64. exhibition

Reinforcement for our project room team wanted

We are looking for reinforcement for our project room team!

Reinforcement for our project room team wanted


We are three members in 2023, would like to become more and are looking for reinforcements for our project room team.

The Team Group Global 3000 plans and organizes in Berlin Kreuzberg on a voluntary basis since 2013 annually about 3 exhibitions with each about 4 events with sustainable visual art, so far 63 exhibitions. We are the only visual arts venue in Berlin that is constantly dedicated to sustainability in theme, work, operation, and guest appeal.

Prerequisites: You are interested in sustainability, create your own visual art for the NH, are from Berlin or region, participate in chat online or meet physically every 4 weeks.

Tasks: We jointly plan and support exhibitions, develop open calls and jury them.

We offer: A productive, appreciative, inspiring, effective collaboration, participation in exhibitions, gallery practice, contribution to the sustainable development of society.

Please send your application with a short bio to

Group Global 3000 e.V., Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin,

Contact: Tom Albrecht, 030 6154749,

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