Tom Albrecht, curator and artist of the Gallery for Sustainable Art in conversation with Environmental City Councilor Oliver Schruoffeneger.
Following the film RIVERS & TIDES on February 3, 2023 at 6 p.m.
Cinema Delphi Lux, Kantstraße 10 in the Yva-Bogen at the station Zoologischer Garten
RIVERS & TIDES by Thomas Riedelsheimer (GERMANY I 2000 I 90 MIN I OmU)
Andy Goldsworthy is known worldwide for his fascinating works with natural materials. Ice, stones, leaves, twigs, water – Goldsworthy works with what he finds, and mostly where he finds it. Some of his works persist in the landscape, others fade away, melt, are blown away by the wind. Goldsworthy’s photographs alone capture his short-lived works in the transience of time, a fascination of a special kind.
“Art does not reproduce the visible, but makes visible” (Paul Klee)
In conversation with our guests and audience, we discuss how to approach sustainability issues and debates through the medium of art. Can art show new perspectives, create spaces, respond to the challenges of the global climate crisis? We are looking forward to Tom Albrecht, curator and artist of the Gallery for Sustainable Art and Environmental City Councilor Oliver Schruoffeneger. Moderation: Lidia Perico (Head of SBNE)
A series of events organized by the Stabsstelle Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung (SBNE/Bezirksamt Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf) in cooperation with the Delphi Lux and the Berliner Landeszentrale für politische Bildung.