Exhibition October 16. – November 11, 2020
Tuesdays and Fridays 5-8pm
The Corona pandemic demands our attention. But the other existential issue, climate change, is still important. Our main question is, “What do we learn from the current Corona affliction to avoid the climate crisis?” We use the term crisis instead of change, because change sounds too soft and manageable.
Both crises have in common, as one cause, strong global mobility. Another is our lifestyle and our plundering of resources. The threat is different. With Corona it is acute. The state is reacting strongly, following the advice of science. Epidemiologist (german): At Corona we have seen what it looks like when a crisis is taken seriously. In contrast, the climate crisis poses a particular threat to future generations. This threat will soon no longer be kept in check by acute measures. The state is reacting insufficiently and not following the science.
What do we learn from this, what do we change? With Corona, the home office functions as a substitute for travel, and closed shops limit our consumption. This has advantages for coping with the climate crisis as these measures also reduce CO2 emissions.
We do not know what good habits will remain post-Corona to counter the climate crisis. The new bike paths on the streets of Berlin are here to stay. That is not enough though, society must not leave it at that. Scientists are proposing an intergenerational “climate-corona treaty (german)” that is based on reason and the principle of social justice.
We see Corona as a global pandemic which, like the climate crisis, is forcing us to far-reaching changes in behaviour. We no longer want to submit to our fate, we want to shape it!
We show works by 14 international artists with object, sculpture, installation, photo, painting, drawing, printmaking, video, performance, reading.
Tom Albrecht, Silvia Amancei & Bogdan Armanu, Ann Besier, Kateryna Bortsova, Natasha Cantwell, Clarissa Falco, Mariel Gottwick, Ines Kaufmann, Maria Korporal, Annegret Müller, Keri Rosebraugh / Adam Guy, Jochen Schnepf, Manuela Viera-Gallo,
Since the Corona crisis still requires restrictions, we are adapting the exhibition organization and the program according to our hygiene concept. We are planning analog and online offers here in the program. Since we limit the number of guests, we invite you to participate in the vernissage, lecture and finissage via lifestream from home. You will find the links to click and look in your browser in our program. All in German language.
Vernissage Fri. Oct. 16, 2020, 7 p.m. Performance: Clarissa Falco “SIX FEET, Welcome in 2020”
Performance with adhesive tape on canvas
Link to the lifestream at 18.45 at this place
Workshop “Corona hygiene and climate protection”, moderated by Tom Albrecht 23.10., 7 pm
We work together to develop solutions to protect ourselves from the coronavirus during the cold season and save energy in the process. In German
Artist talk Fri. Nov. 6., 7 p.m.
Artists of the exhibition talk to guests about their works. We would like to invite you to participate in the lecture with dialogic lifestream. You can find the link at 18:45 here.
Fri. 13.11., 7 p.m. Lecture: Theresa Sieverding (inquired) “#fighteverycrisis- parallels and interactions between corona and climate crisis”.
Research Assistant, Environmental Psychology, University of Magdeburg. Active in the research project “The Corona Crisis as ‘Gamechanger’ for the Transformation to Sustainability?” which deals with sustainable willingness and behavior and the connection of corona with sustainability. Lecture in German.
We would like to invite you to participate in the lecture with a dialogic lifestream. You can find the link here at 18:45.
Finissage Fri. Dec. 11, 7 p.m. Text Performance: Ines Kaufmann
Man’s interaction with nature, the damage, the approach to natural spheres and the transformation of our world view.
Link to the lifestream at 18:45 at this place
Galery in the Project space of Global 3000 Group e.V., Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin, www.gg3.eu
Jury: Team GG3, Curators: Tom Albrecht, Alexa Helbig