GroupGlobal3000 on RE-SPACE

On behalf of Group Global 3000 Tom Albrecht made an artistic model of the project space with gallery. The network of free Berlin project spaces and initiatives shows this in an exhibition:

Retrieve RE-SPACE / room
10 years network of free Berlin project spaces and initiatives
RE-SPACE / Take Back the Space

10 Years Network of Independent Berlin Project Spaces and Initiatives
c / o ART POINT BERLIN, Schlegelstraße 6, 10115 Berlin
Vernissage: 12.9.2019, 7 pm / 7 pm
Performance: Sergey Kasich “FingerRing technique (FrR) [vocalist]
Exhibition / Exhibition: 13.9.-13.10.2019
Opening hours: 13.-15.9.2019, 13-19 o’clock / 19.9.-13.10.2019, 15-19 o’clock
Artistic Model of Showroom Group Global 3000. (c) Tom Albrecht Group Global 3000 on RE-SPACE

Cordula Prieser, Reto Pulfer and Dreams of Art Spaces Collected, an artistic research project by Dorothee Albrecht, (Alf Löhr,) Andreas Schmid and Moira Zoitl for the International Society of Fine Arts (IGBK), as well as “10 Years Network” (archive).

Involved Project Spaces and Initiatives / Involved Project Spaces and Initiatives:

A TRANS, Axel Obiger, BERLIN-WEEKLY, Camping Akademie e.V., Changing Room, Copyright, Frauenmuseum, Group Global 3000, HilbertRaum, hunger :: Offensive für Denkbilder und Kommunikation, mp43– projektraum für das periphere, oqbo – raum für bild wort und ton, Scharaun, SCOTTY, Spinner & Weber, Spor Klübü, Studio Baustelle, superbien!, Untergrundmuseum U144, when the image is new the world is new.

The exhibition on “Re-space – Retrieving Space” shows artistic productions and tries to fill a gap, to trace the past, to present the current situation and to develop visions for our freedom in the future. It is about a counter-movement that preserves the diversity of our scene, as well as the question of the necessity and possibilities of self-determination of art and its visualization in the city today.

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The exhibition re-space – Take back the Space attempts to draw an arc back and trace history, to present the current situation, and to develop visions of our artistic freedom in the future. It is about a backlash that the plurality of our scene has come to, as well as the fundamental questions of the possibility and necessity of the autonomy of art and how it is displayed in the city today.