Monday, 10 Aug
Mullan predominantly appropriates objects associated with labor, disrupting and formally altering them in his signature technique, which renders function obsolete. This performance of working with “work” materials prompts a discourse on economy, authority,...
Thursday, 13 Aug
For migrants and migrantisized people 30 years of German-German unification rather means 30 years of exclusion. We take this anniversary as an opportunity to gather and make visible these marginalized perspectives on German history. We ask: Who lived under the shadow of the wall? and invite the protagonists and contemporary witnesses Gülriz Eğilmez, Angelika Nguyen and...
Friday, 14 Aug
with the audio installation "Sender I-III" by Rüdiger Stern druing the opening.
The painting objects of Enrico Niemann consist of tactile three-dimensional surfaces extending the pictorial space. The fluid application of paint is based on random processes. Combined with physical forms it creates a thin skin of paint oscillating between image and material, structure and dissolution.
Saturday, 15 Aug
“Who owns the city?” and “Who is allowed to live and who has to die?” (Achille Mbembe 2019): these existential, spatial-ideological questions reverberate in urban infrastructures, architectures and not least in citizens’ and non-citizens’ bodies. Space...
The Week After Next
Wednesday, 26 Aug
The exhibition brings together all fifteen scholarship holders who have been supported by the AArtist in Residence programme since 2016. Launched jointly in 2015 by Frank-Walter Steinmeier, then Foreign Minister, and Werner Tammen...
Thursday, 27 Aug
0 is the RGB color value for the color black and 255 is the RGB color value for the color white.
The exhibition series 0+255 brings together contemporary positions of artists* whose work is limited to the use of the colours black and white for various reasons.
For Widerständige Melancholie, the last event of Memory Care, Derya Yıldırım and Djane Masta Sai assemble post-migrant songs of struggle and solidarity and transfer them into a living archive. Let’s listen to the musical traces of (work) migration and celebrate the closing of Memory Care together – in a resistant and melancholic way.