jardin partagé by eva beth & skall

jardin partagé
by eva beth / skall

on display @ black flamingo:
photo by eva beth / skall.
jardin partagée

opening hours @ FAHRBEREITSCHAFT
berlin art week
15. – 19.9.2021, 14 – 18 uhr
Haubrok foundation is showing
Judith Hopf / Luft

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Marcel Schwittlick - Never Change A Running System

Marcel Schwittlick
Never Change A Running System

A custom built rotational mechanism is mounted from the ceiling, spinning a collection of Apple Macbooks in a centrifugal way. The circular movement is constant and hypnotising in itself, providing a sense of stillness and calm.
october 2 2020 – 6-9pm
open doors:
october 3 2020 – 12-6pm
october 4 2020 – 12-6pm

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Niemand Kommt

Niemand kommt, alle sind dabei

Solidarity Festival for Independent Berlin-Based Artists and Culture Makers Facing Extreme Financial Hardship.
black flamingo was responsible for the visual concept of Niemand kommt.

On July 31, 2020, Niemand kommt, an enormous festival, will take place in Berlin where a stunning number of independent artists and culture makers working in all disciplines will take part – by not showing up. During the coronavirus pandemic, many freelance artists and culture makers have been unable to earn money and pay their living costs. This is why we’re turning to you: Show your solidarity! Buy tickets for Niemand kommt, Berlin’s (non) event of the year, and don’t show up!

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Florian Slotawa - Stuttgart Sichten

Florian Slotawa
Stuttgart Sichten

Underlying the exhibition project Stuttgart Sichten (Viewing Stuttgart) are the highly topical questions of how museums deal with their collections today, how they can innovatively present them, and how to successfully balance traditional methods of art education with contemporary formats of presenting art to spark curiosity.

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Tomas Saraceno - Palais de Tokyo-1

Tomás Saraceno

ON AIR proposes a space and time that makes manifest the forces and entities that float in the air, and their interactions with us: from CO2 to cosmic dust, from radio infrastructures to reimagined corridors of mobility. Thus, the invisible histories that compose the ecologies we are part of invite us to poetically rethink different ways of inhabiting the world – and of being human.

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Karin SanderLa Vache Qui Rit

Karin Sander
La Vache Qui Rit

Following the creations of Hans-Peter Feldmann in 2014, Thomas Bayrle in 2015, Jonathan Monk in 2016, and Wim Delvoye in 2017, Lab’Bel has selected German conceptual artist Karin Sander to design the 5th Collector’s Edition Box in 2018.

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