Lutz Henke, Yukihiro Taguchi, Raul Walch


13.-26.10. / HAU2 (open air)

Part of "Treffpunkte"


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One of the last remaining open spaces in Berlin is the Cuvrybrache. Early in 2012, artist Yukihiro Taguchi and architect Chiara Ciccarello created the first pioneer hut there, laying the cornerstone for what is now a settlement of around 100 people. Within the context of “Treffpunkte,” Yukihiro Taguchi, Raul Walch and curator Lutz Henke formulate an artistic-documentary intervention as a contribution to the narrative of the embattled property. In the compact space of a modified shipping container, FUTURE LIVING lab will host an documentary, archival structure to collect, display and commemorate remnants of the past as witnesses of the future and will offer a space for discussion.

26.10., 17:00 / HAU2 / Eintritt frei
Abschlussgespräch mit Lutz Henke, Raul Walch, Stephan Lanz, u.a. / Moderation: Nina Apin


  • Past
    Mon 13.10.2014, 18:00 /
    Tue 14.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Wed 15.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Thu 16.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Fri 17.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Sat 18.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Sun 19.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Mon 20.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Tue 21.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Wed 22.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Thu 23.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Fri 24.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Sat 25.10.2014, 16:00 /
    Sun 26.10.2014, 17:00 / HAU2


A project by Lutz Henke, Yukihiro Taguchi and Raul Walch. Commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer.              

“Treffpunkte" supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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