For corona protection reasons here only online with guided tour of the exhibition, photos of the works, videos of the exhibition and program.
TENTAKEL, (C) Jochen Schnepf
The corona pandemic demands our attention. But the other existential issue of“climate change” continues to have significance. Our main question is, “What do we learn from the current “Corona” visitation to avoid the climate crisis?” GG3 uses the term crisis instead of change because change sounds too gentle and controllable.
Both crises have global, strong mobility as a common cause. Another is the lifestyle of people, the depletion of resources. Different is the threat. It is acute in Corona. The state is responding strongly, following the advice of science. Epidemiologist: At Corona, we have seen what it looks like when a crisis is taken seriously. In contrast, future generations are particularly threatened by the climate crisis. This threat can then no longer be kept in check by acute measures. The state responds inadequately, does not follow the science.
What do we humans learn from this, what do we change? In the Corona crisis, consumerism and online chats work instead of travel, the home office. These are advantages for the management of the Corona – crisis. The climate crisis could also benefit from this, because cutting back on consumption, online chats or home offices reduce CO2 emissions.
We don’t know what will remain of this positive development for avoiding the climate crisis after the Corona crisis. Berlin’s new pop-up bike lanes created on car lanes should stay. This is not enough; society must not leave it at that. Scientists propose an intergenerational “Climate Corona Treaty” characterized by reason and the principle of social justice.
We see Corona as a global pandemic that, like the climate crisis, is forcing widespread behavioral changes. We no longer want to be pawns of fate, but agents!
We show works of 14 international artists with object, sculpture, installation, photo, painting, drawing, printmaking, video, performance, reading.
Since the corona crisis still requires restrictions, we are adjusting the exhibition organization and program according to our hygiene concept. We are planning online offers here in the program in November for Workshop, lecture, artist talk. The gallery is closed! For this we invite you to participate from home via live stream, see below.
In the gallery we limit the number of guests to max. seven simultaneously depending on the event for half an hour or one hour each. We ask in advance and hopefully in Decemberr for registration at https://nuudel.digitalcourage.de/WAWhCRvq4unmjDsT
In the front garden is possible to stay.
We do not know yet if we will reopen December: You do not need to register for our gallery visits without event. However, the number of guests is limited to seven.
The live performance is cancelled due to corona-related travel restrictions. We show the video of the performance online here.
Video 6:04 min. SIX FEET welcome in 2020. Six feet, or six feet two inches, is a safety measure in these coronavirus times. Mark Fisher writes in Capitalist Realism, “The pandemic of mental anguish that plagues our time cannot be adequately understood or cured by viewing it as a private problem suffered by aggrieved individuals. Can dealing with such a situation by containing sociality offer us a moment to reflect on it? To this day we are divided and governed by decrees that speak of removals and demands that should regulate our daily lives to allow us a timely exit from this crisis.
Online Workshop “Corona Hygiene and Climate Protection”, Facilitated by Tom Albrecht Nov. 6, 7 p.m.
Together, we will work out solutions on how to protect ourselves from the cororona virus during the cold season and save energy in the process. With introduction to the topic: basics, viral clouds, risk, masks, ventilation, measuring CO2. Here pdf – 13 slides: Corona hygiene and climate protection.
Online only: We would like to invite you to participate in the lecture with dialogic lifestream. Link for your browser can be found here at 18:30.
The Crome browser is recommended. Camera and microphone must be released for the workshop. You can test with test.webrtc.org
Lecture: Theresa Sieverding “#fighteverycrisis- parallels and interactions between corona and climate crisis” Fri. Nov. 13, 7 p.m.
Online only: We would like to invite you to participate in the lecture with dialogic lifestream. You are also welcome to attend with the camera turned off and without a microphone. Link for your normal browser can be found here at 18:30. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Artist talk Nov. 20, 7 p.m.
Artists in the exhibition talk to guests about their works. Moderated by Alexa Helbig.
Online only: We would like to invite you to participate in the lecture with dialogic lifestream. Link for their normal browser can be found at 18:45 here.
Online finissage Dec. 11, 7 p.m. with text performance Ines Kaufmann
Of man’s interaction with nature, the damage, the approach to the natural spheres and transforming our view of the world.