Thurs. 01.06.2023 | 18:00 - 22:00
with: Anna Mudra, Axxi Oma Anita Kopylenko, Viktoria Laykh, Anna Piliuhina, Hanna Liashenko, Ksenia Yanko, Ann Krekhno
Cultural mediator: Eva Yakubovska
curated by: Natalie Krekhno und Richard Pettifer
Exhibition, performance, presentation, discussion
Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin-Treptow
Sat. 03.06.2023 | 14:00 - 18:00
with: Sahej Rahal, Zhao Chongjin, Maria Loboda, Christina Krys Huber, Stacie Ant, Jimmy Beauquesne, Aziza Shadenova, Ghita Skali, Dardan Zhegrova
Artistic director: Sophie Boysen, Production management: Ziemowit Nowak
Wiesenstraße 1, 13357 Berlin-Wedding
Tues. 06.06.2023 | 17:00 - 21:00
with: Mario Asef, Francis Heery, Ben Nurgenç
curated by: Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Theemetra Harizani
18:00 - 19:00 “16/10.2” - Participative Performance with Ben Nurgenç
19:30 - 20:00 “You Again! […another unfamiliar…]”, Concert with Francis Heery
20:00 - 21:00 Artist talk and discussion
Exhibition, Concert, Performance, Talk
Cornelius-Fredericks-Straße 11, 13351 Berlin - Wedding
Sat. 10.06.2023 | 18:00 - 21:00
with: Edgar Calel, Alice Creischer, Jota Mombaça, Mukenge/Schellhammer, Aykan Safoğlu
curated by: Dereck Marouço Sant'Anna da Silva
Exhibition, public interventions
Teilestraße 11-13, courtyard 2, entrance C, 3rd floor
(barrier-free access via passenger lift in courtyard 2)
12099 Berlin - Tempelhof
Mon. 12.06.2023 | 16:00 - 21:00
with: Bettina Allamoda, Kerstin Bruchhäuser, Kerstin Drechsel, Marie Katharina Fischer, Petra Gell, Rocco Ruglio Misurell, Alice Morey, Johannes Mundinger, Emmy Skensved, Katja Windau
curated by: Salve Berlin (Jérôme Chazeix und Nina Maria Küchler)
Goethepark (52.5457625, 13.3374657) (oder G8WP+8X4 Berlin)
Entrance via Ugandastraße, 300 m from Goethe Monument (Follow signs)
13351 Berlin - Wedding
Tues. 13.06.2023 | 18:00 - 21:00
with: Cassie Thornton (and performers of the White Noise Choir, Publication by Cutt Press, Sound Design by John Broback)
curated by: Magdalena Jadwiga Härtelova
Mehringplatz 20, 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Wed.14.06.2023 | 12:00 - 22:00
with: Sonja Barend, Sandra Escher, Rolf Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Dora Garcia, Patsy Hage, Theater der Verrückten, Julian Jaynes, Yayoi Kusama, Marius Romme, J. Michael Straczynski, Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
curated by: Bureaucracy Studies
Netzwerk Stimmenhören e.V.
Schudomastraße 3, Erdgeschoss, 12055 Berlin - Neukölln
Sat. 17.06.2023 | 15:00 - 22:00
with: Ellinor Aurora Aasgard & Zayne Armstrong, Aram Bartholl, Carsten Becker, Johannes Büttner, Sarah Doerfel, Lola Göller, Mathias Gramoso, Hannah Hallermann, Marianna Ignataki,Zina Isupova, Jill Kiddon, Justina Los, Zoë Claire Miller, Alice M. Morey, Ariel Reichman, Ariel Schlesinger, Marco Schmitt, Adam Slowik, Maximillian Thiel, Mirce Velarde, Ivar Veermäe, Nazim Unal Yilmaz
curated by: Marco Schmitt, organized by: A:D:Curatorial
Exhibition, Performance, Screening
Kurfürstenstraße 142, 10179 Berlin - Schöneberg
Mon. 19.06.2023 | 17:00-22:00
an embodied theory workshop in 3 scores
facilitated by: Chrys Papaioannou
17:00 – 18:45 score 1: we do not yet know what a body can think
19:00 – 20:15 score 2: they call it love (or, social reproduction)
20:30 – 22:00 score 3: hear me out
Performative Workshop (EN) (No registrated needed. Please arrive before the start of each score that you wish to participate in)
Crellestraße 22, 10827 Berlin - Schöneberg
Fri. 23.06.2023 | 18:00-22:00
A performance about labor, abuse and decline
with: Selin Davasse
curated by: Kleine Humboldt Galerie
Doors: 6 pm
Performance: 7 pm & 8:30 pm
Automatic Writing Workshop: 7:45 pm
Tieranatomisches Theater (TA T)
Philippstraße 13, 10115 Berlin - Mitte
Sat. 24.06.2023 | 16:00-22:00
with: Jochen Becker, Sven Boeck, Johanna Diehl, Ahu Dural, Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Larissa Fassler, Myriam El Haïk, Boris Hegenbart, Michaela Melián
curated by: Tim Tetzner, Jaro Straub and Florian Wüst in collaboration with Ralf Homann. A cooperation with Kunstraum München
Exhibition, Audio Walks, Concert, Performance
Jungfernheideweg 4, 13629 Berlin-Siemensstadt
Tues. 27.06.2023 | 19:00 - late
shorts, selected by Cammisa Buerhaus
with: Felix Bernstein & Gabe Rubin, Daria Bertram, Arthur Chruszcz, Bully Fae Collins, Pepi Ginsberg, Deniz Ilhan, Luca Lang, Nicola T. Madison, Derek McCormack, Peter Oehl & Markus Ludwig, Wild Flesh Productions, Tess Sahara, Leslie Salazar, Clara Sartor, Friedl vom Gröller, Greta v. Drygalski, He Xiaopei
curated by: Cammisa Buerhaus, organized by: anorak
Screening, Performance, Music
Gottlieb-Dunkel-Str. 43/44 , 8. Stock (Greenhouse), 12099 Berlin-Tempelhof
Thurs. 29.06.2023 | 19:00 - 24:00
with: Anna-Sophie Berger, Luca Büchler, Jessica Comis, Verena Dengler, Florian Genzken, Raphael Haider, Luīze Nezberte, Sunny Pfalzer, Marlene Leonie Posch, Julius Pristauz
curated by: Philipp Lange
Exhibition, Performance (Luca Büchler and Jessica Comis)
Quitzowstraße 108a, 10551 Berlin - Moabit
Sun. 18.06.2023 | 14:00 - 18:00
with: Marco Montiel-Soto
initiated and organized by: April Gertler, Adrian Schiesser
Yorckstraße 85 10965 Berlin - Kreuzberg
Marco Montiel-Soto will show a group of works made in recent years that reference the recent history of Venezuela and particularly to the origins of his hometown Maracaibo, a city that during the years 1529-1546, was founded with the name Neu Nürnberg.
In his work and research, he creates an archive and a creolization of architectural structures, collected found objects, sound compositions, videos, photographs, drawings, collages, texts and maps. His work explores the intersections between political and poetic territories, homeland, migration, archaeology, ethnology, religion, myths, death, cosmos and chaos.
For SONNTAG, Marco Montiel-Soto has chosen his grandmother's bread cake “Torta de pan”. In his childhood he remembers this cake had a simple taste of heaven, with a thick texture and a bunch of raisins that almost melted in your mouth, and sometimes in the background there was a slight taste of rum.
SONNTAG is a social sculpture originally conceived by April Gertler and Adrian Schiesser in 2012. SONNTAG showcases work by one artist at a time while serving
the artist's favorite cake along with coffee and tea in a private apartment (which is not the artist's apartment), usually in Berlin and always on a Sunday afternoon.
SONNTAG is always open to the general public and it is the public's presence that completes the social sculpture. Since its inception, there have been 60 SONNTAG events not only in Berlin but also in 5 other international cities including Paris, New York, London, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam.
In a descriptive opening text by Catherine Nichols which starts the book about the project, "The dialogue [about SONNTAG] relates the story of this social practice: how cake, memory, social sculpture and art come together in a process that dances between the public and the private, between the discursive and the domestic, between hosting, curation, and collaboration. The conversation proceeds in mnemonic episodes, which, like the sensory event of Proust's madeleine, are activated by tasting different cakes that were chosen by SONNTAG exhibiting artists - and in the process, perhaps interpolating these artist's memories with our own."
Seating: Chairs, maybe some stools
Age groups: Suitable for all ages
Languages: German, English, Spanish
There won't be a speech held and the only speech happening will be small talk so it's not even necessary to speak any of the languages that will be predominantly spoken.
Wheelchair users | Buggies: Not wheelchair accessible, as the event is on the 2nd or 3rd floor. Buggies can most likely be left in the hallway or the back courtyard of the building. This event is taking place in a private apartment.
Hearing impaired | Deaf people: Accessible
Neurodiversity: We create a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere.
Blind people: Are welcome, there will be coffee, cake and conversations.
Further notes: This event will be taking place in a private apartment. There is no official 'moment' the event will be started with no specific speech or anything else necessary. It is open to people during the duration of the event which is 2pm - 6pm.