Katrin Eissing is the LaborBerlin member who will be working in S.P.A.C.E from the 9th until the 31st of January 2024. For her residency Katrin has organized a series of gatherings and screenings at S.P.A.C.E. throughout the month of January.
What comes to mind when one considers the relationship between art, human rights and social responsibility?
How can one define a social space? How can such a space be created through art?
Is artistic practice an approach that can be defined? And when it is, what other social spheres could also be dealt with in this way?
Does dialogue primarily exist in the space between people speaking and/or taking action?
Gatherings/Screenings at S.P.A.C.E.
January 14 from 6 pm
A gathering to pay tribute to Nikolaus Tscheschner, who died on June 7. Material from Niko’s major film, Kalmenhofkinder ermordet und vergessen, will be shown. Additionally, we will have readings, performances and light installations
January 18 – 7-10 pm
AUCH-Nachbarschaft ist Kunst (lit. neighbourhood is also art) presents
Super 8 projection and textimpro
January 19 – 8 pm
Art and human rights – a report on Bangladesh
Slide, reading and discussion
Sibylle Hofter and friends
January 21 – 8 pm
Unsichtbare Filme (lit. invisible films) newspaper presentation and reading
Katrin Eissing and friends
January 22 – 8pm
Diego Behncke presents the work developed during his residency at S.P.A.C.E (December 2023)
January 25 – 8 pm
Tiere im Widerstand (lit. animals’ resistance)
reading, antique laterna magica projection with historical projectors
Helmut Höge, Yamil Antonio Rodriguez Valverde
In S.P.A.C.E from January 14 onwards
Bione/Gespräch über die Seele – Performance, Projection
Skulptur für Idioten – Installation
Unsichtbare Filme – Writing
Photo by Katrin Eissing: Bione 1996
The event is supported by the Creative Europe Programme and the Senate of the City of Berlin