Exhibition The Sea, object, photo, painting, graphics, video, installation, performance, lecture, talks
18.3. – 13.5.2016, fridays 17 – 20:00

Place of desire and food source, oxygen producer and transport road, habitat and energy provider, holiday paradise and myth.

Sea level is rising, land submerges, corals die, plastic forms islands and kills animals, eutrophication creates dead zones, overfishing destroys income, petroleum endangers humans and animals, beaches get lost and sand is stolen.


Tom Albrecht. Sonia Laura Armaniaco, Sandra Becker 01 & Elaine Tedesco, Jörn Birkholz, Marzena Brandt, Alan Butler, Stefan Doru Moscu, Vanessa Enriquez, Elisophie Eulenburg, Forschungsgruppe Kunst, Marie-France Giraudon, Robert Günther, Jenny Claire Heck, Astrid Astra Indricane, Maria Korporal, Maria Mathieu, Peter Matthews, Lisa Seidenberg, Korvin Reich, Stefan Riebel, Gudrun Staiger & Rudi Beutinger

Program The Sea

Vernissage 18.3., 19:00, Chor Die Taktlosen – Berlin: “Lieder vom Meer”

Artisttalk 1.4., 19:00, Artists of the exhibition talk about their works and with guests .

Exhibition 8.4. 17-19:00: Artist Robert Günther is present.

Videoscreening 15.4., 19:00, Alan Butler: Haifisch, Marie-France Giraudon: entro(SCO)py,

Lecture 22.4., 19:00,
Britta Kerger, Greenpeace: Plastikmüll im Meer – und seine Vermeidung
Detlef Müller, Greenpeace: Bedeutung der Meere für unser Leben und Wege zu ihrem Schutz.

Das Meer-Vortrag - The Sea

Das Meer-Vortrag – Greenpace

Theme night “Cruise” 29.4., 19:00:
– Shortmovie: “Tomorrow’s Program”, Elisophie Eulenburg,
– Questions to two crusaders
– Text performance in a virtual outer cabin: Tom Albrecht, Maria Korporal
– “Cruising”: A poem by Tom Albrecht
– In the refrigerator

Theme evening “THE CRUISE” - The Sea

Theme evening “THE CRUISE”

About the film “Tomorrow’s Program”:
After a natural disaster, a group of people has found refuge in an isolated space in the middle of nowhere. Colored carpets, fake bookshelves and plastic plants determine the environment in which they now live.
In Elisophie Eulenburg’s Film “Tomorrow’s Program”, fact and fiction tell a contradictory story about a struggle for survival. Interviews report about catastrophic events, while they happily subject themselves to endless entertainment on board a transatlantic cruise ship. The experiences of the passengers on board, together with their subjective imaginations of a future world, produce a paradoxical narrative which the artist intersperses with sharp and telling imagery.

Exhibition 6.5. 17-19:00: Artist Vanessa Enriquez is present.

Finissage 13.5., 19:00

Curators: Tom Albrecht, Maria Korporal