Upcoming Opening: 29.05.19 at 7 pm
The Suwalki Corridor, a 65-kilometer-wide strip of territory linking Poland with Lithuania, is considered NATO’s most vulnerable choke point along its eastern flank and Europe most potential conflict zone. Using this military “Achilles' heel” as a metaphor, Robin Hinsch presents a cinematic sequence of photographic artefacts, hints and thoughts about the future of the European Union.
Talk: Thursday, 13rd June at 6:30 pm
"Entering the Anthropocene"
Hours: Tue-Fri, 4-7 pm & Sat, 3-6 pm
+ by appointment
Opening: 29.03.19 at 7 pm
Cartographies de L’inconnu
In Cartographies de L’inconnu (Cartographies of the Unknown), the Brazilian artist Filipe Lippe shows an installation, visual poems, paintings and drawings that reflect on the permanence of colonialism in the present and its psychosocial cartography.
Talk: „Entering the Anthropocene” hosted by Fritz Habekuß of DIE ZEIT, with the South America correspondent of DIE ZEIT Thomas Fischermann & the Brazilian artist Filipe Lippe.
Opening: 21.02.19 at 7 pm
Our exquisite replica of “eternity”
Âme Nue and DIE ZEIT journalist Fritz Habekuß launch „Entering the Anthropocene”, a new series of talks in which we will begin to explore this new epoch - the epoch of human impact - through the lenses of art and science. Speakers are artist Roman Moriceau and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frank Fehrenbach (Art historian, Professor at Humboldt University Hamburg & former Senior Professor at Harvard University).