HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin - The Artificial Nature Project, Part of the retrospective " The Artificial Nature Series " - 25.02.2017, 20:30 - 22:30. Wed 22.02.2017, 20:30 / HAU2 Fri 24.02.2017, 20:30 / HAU2 Sat 25.02.2017, 20:30 / HAU2 Concept and Choreography Mette Ingvartsen With.
Group Global 3000 - gudrun arndt. P/Act for Art: Berlin Biennale Zeitung - Berlin Biennale. 1.
Should art consciously participate in current debates and serve as a critical voice in society respectably to generate democratic processes within society? 2. How should the situation be assessed in which almost the entire budget of existing art institutions is spent on infrastructure, with no money left for new experimental approaches, programming, new productions, or acquisitions? Les débuts. L’histoire de l’ufaFabrik. PASSIVHAUS ENGELDAMM. Transition-Town Berlin-Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Berlin- Transition Town Pankow. For Cooperative Building and Living. Co-Housing in Europe #3 : The case of Berlin - New Europe. Housing is a major issue in most European cities due to housing shortage and lack of affordable houses.
In this series, Co-Housing in Europe, we shed the light on community-led housing projects as alternatives to traditional social housing or purely market-driven real estate. So we present the experience of City Makers involved in this type of project.After discovering La Borda, a social housing cooperative in Barcelona, the Vrijburcht community in Amsterdam, now it is time to discover what happens in Berlin. Martin-Gropius-Bau: Building with Timber – Paths into the Future. Based on selected distinguished national and international projects, the exhibition represents the state of the art in sustainable and modern timber architecture.
The presentation spans from spectacular projects by Toyo Ito, Shigeru Ban and Frei Otto to direction setting urban timber houses such as those by Kaden & Klingbeil in Berlin/Prenzlauer Berg, and upwards to the newest trends in high-rise buildings realized in timber. Plans, excerpts and photographs accompany the large-sized models. Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume und –initiativen. Project Spaces. Current Issues. Lilli Green® - Magazin für nachhaltiges Design und Lifestyle. Group Global 3000. Do you want support us as active artists, club members or donators?
“Group Global 3000” is the only art space in Berlin, which is always dedicate to sustainability. You can take part, gain personally and move things with us as: Active We offer space for artists to operate the space for Art and other Sustainabilites: “Group Global 3000”. We plan and curate exhibitions, attend advertise, seek donors, you get curatorial practice…. Künstlerische Interventionen im Museum für Naturkunde. HKW Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Anthropocene-curriculum. Intercalations: paginated exhibition. Orra White Hitchcock, drawing of strata near Valenciennes, 1828–40, pen and ink on linen, (1 of 61) | Courtesy of Amherst College Digital Collections This exhibition series in paperback format was developed in collaboration with Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin for the SYNAPSE curators' network and is published as both paperbacks and web-based open access publications.
The series provokes questions about the validity of seeming categorical binaries such as culture and nature, human and non-human, subject and object, book and exhibition. Technosphere. The twentieth-century celebrated technology as a way to achieve planetary unity and control.
Yet today technics, nature, and human activity seem to combine in increasingly disorienting, uncontrolled compositions in which once-reliable distinctions lose their stability. How did we end up in this world of technological vertigo, this Mobius strip of world and planetary technics, wherein cause and effect, local and global factors, human and non-human agency, perpetually confuse and confound one another’s borders? The Anthropocene Project. Art (and activism) in the age of the Anthropocene - Berliner Festspiele Blog. On The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination, Climate Change, Art and – LIFE!
“We cannot create if we cannot destroy that which already exists.” Tristan Tzara, Interview 1963, ORTF, Paris It’s the last night bus, number 60. We pass through the Northeast of Paris, the suburbs are asleep. The digital display lights up bright yellow – “next stop – Tristan Tzara”. Ein Terminkalender f�r die Berliner Musikwissenschaft. Do 02.
Februar 2017 | 18:00 Uhr – 19:30 Uhr Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Berlin Raum/ Saal: Hörsaal 501 Music and Performing Arts in the Anthropocene Era Ref.: François Ribac (Laboratoire CIMEOS, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon) Vortrag im Rahmen des Collegium musicologicum.