Transformation by Sustainable Art

Net Time // Berlin # 03 2020, (C) Petra Lehnardt-Olm Transformation by Sustainable Art

Net Time // Berlin # 03 2020, (C) Petra Lehnardt-Olm


Transformation by Sustainable Art

Images of the path to the good life with objects, photos, installations, videos, and the program with performance, reading, lecture, sound, workshops and conversation.

Tom Albrecht (D), STREETWARE saved item (D), Jana Charl (US), María X. Fernández(ES), Mariel Gottwick (D), Stephan Groß (D), Alexa Helbig (D), Maria Korporal (D), Lilia Limiyan and Katherina Sadovsky (RU), Petra Lehnardt-Olm (D), Marina Resende + Graham Livingston (D/US), Jila Svicevic (EST)

Online gallery of the exhibition

Texts of the exhibition

Videos and images from the program


Exhibition on Fridays, Tuesdays 5-8 p.m.

1.4., 2022, vernissage, soft opening from 5 p.m., 6 and 7 p.m. greeting by Tom Albrecht, introduction by Sandy Becker and performance ” Get ass up” with speech, guitar, bird whistles, singing bowl, Tone and deer antlers by Tom Albrecht, text (german), voice, sounds and Stephan Groß, guitar

Get ass up (T.A) Berlin, 2022 Transformation by Sustainable Art

Get ass up (T.A) Berlin, 2022

5.4., 7 p.m. Workshop: Jila Svicevic from Estonia will produce a participatory artwork with the participants* resulting in a large sculpture made of wildflower seed bombs.

Salvia for Sympathy, (C) Jila Svicevic, 2019, Tallinn, Estland Transformation by Sustainable Art

Salvia for Sympathy, (C) Jila Svicevic, 2019, Tallinn, Estland

All interested are invited, no previous experience required, materials will be provided.

8.4., 7 p.m.: artist talk: artists of the exhibition talk about their works with guests

12.4. Petra Lehnardt-Olm is present from 5 p.m.

(closed on Good Friday, 15.4.) 19.4., 22.4., 26.4. Marina Resende is present from 5 p.m.

29.4., 7pm: Fri. 4/29, 7 p.m.: Lecture with discussion (in german) “From an Imperial Way of Life to a Culture of Relatedness. Ways and visions for a cultural change towards a sustainable society”. (In german)

Dr. Cornelia Kühn is a cultural anthropologist at the Humboldt University in Berlin and is currently researching the common good economy and possibilities for a social-ecological transformation.
Tom Albrecht is present from 5 p.m.

3.5. Mariel Gottwick is present form 5 p.m.

Fri. 6.5, 7 p.m.: “Heroes of the Transformation”. Dr. Johannes Balve reads in german from his novel “Fukushima – Happy Island”, Talk about the heroes of transformation. (In german)

Johannes Balve, (C) Gerhard Almstedt Transformation Art Sustainable

Johannes Balve, (C) Gerhard Almstedt

Zen music played by Peter Pütz on the Japanese Shakuhachi flute

Tom Albrecht is present from 5 p.m.

Peter Pütz, (C) C. Theis

Peter Pütz, (C) C. Theis

Tue. 10.5. Maria Korporal is present from 5 p.m.

13.5., 7 p.m.: Youth speaks on the climate crisis: What do they want, what do they do? Carla Ruf, Schoolgirl. With discussion and workshop “What does transformation mean for citizens and politics”. Introduction and moderation: Tom Albrecht, is present from 5 p.m.

Tue 17.5. Exhibition is closed.

20.5.2022, 7 p.m. Finissage: Erik von Senftenberg “Sprechgesänge mit Piano zur Tragödie von Belarus.”

Erik von Senftenberg

Erik von Senftenberg

Tom Albrecht is present from 5 p.m.


We ask for personal responsibility caution and recommend self-testing and wearing an FFP2 mask before visits. Depending on the current situation, we show the exhibition and the program physically in our rooms.

Jury: Team GG3, Curator: Tom Albrecht, Cocurator: Sandy Becker

56. Exhibition