Programme

Ulrike Bernard & Vincent Grunwald

Weiche WohnWelten

26.9.–3.10., 17:00–21:00 und 5.10., 13:00–21:00 / Ehemalige Post-Filiale (Hallesches Ufer 60) 

Part of the festival "Berlin bleibt!"

Installation

By sinking into lazy bags upholstered with real estate images, the visitors at Projektraum urbaner Aktion can leave an imprint of their bodies – anyone can shape them. Is this a kind of soft architecture, a mellowed real estate landscape in miniature, a cityscape that has shrunken down to the size of kids? The work Weiche WohnWelten, that Ulrike Bernard is developing in collaboration with Vincent Grunwald since 2016, is part of the setting of Projektraum at the former Post-Office. What was once and now is a store of value in the context of real estate development has become the brief, supple asset of lazy bags.

Dates

    Notes:

    1-Euro-Ticket (tickets only at box office - valid as day ticket for "Projektraum urbaner Aktion")

    Location

    former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)
    Hallesches Ufer 60, 10963 Berlin

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