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  • Image for Thomas Bruns: Maria am Ostbahnhof

    14.08.–01.11.2023

    Thomas Bruns: Maria am Ostbahnhof

    Former postal newspaper distribution office of the GDR 1965-2001, from the work “Verlusterfahrung Moderne”

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  • ein nackter Mann läuft über ein Feld und hat einen langen Stab an seinen Körper gebunden

    20.07.–10.08.2023

    Timm Ulrichs: Den Blitz auf sich lenkend (Menschlicher Blitzableiter)

    As early as 1963, Timm Ulrichs included lightning in his “Total Art List” and from then on he continued to explore it. In 1972 he builds a lightning rod, in 1977 he straps one around his chest and runs naked across a field during a thunderstorm.

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  • Image for Petra Spielhagen: Neptune’s...01

    03.03.–28.04.2023

    Petra Spielhagen: Neptune’s...01

    Petra Spielhagen is interested in images of everyday situations in public space and in the landscape. In particular, she is fascinated by how stages and backdrops for a possible event are created in our increasingly staged reality.

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  • Image for Astrid Busch: Northern Light

    06.01.–03.03.2023

    Astrid Busch: Northern Light

    Simultaneously frightened and fascinated by reports of tsunamis and monster waves, Astrid Busch researched the Internet for images of these phenomena.

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  • Image for Berit Myrebøe: The long way

    01.11.2022–05.01.2023

    Berit Myrebøe: The long way

    Berit Myrebøe’s poster can be seen around the clock on the water wall at the dock of Kunstbrücke am Wildenbruch.

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  • Gezeichnete Unterwasserwelt.

    29.01.–24.05.2022

    Matthias Beckmann: „Aquarium“

    Water determines the new art location at the Wildenbruchbrück and everything that lives in it also belongs to the water. With a web of fine lines in his pencil drawings, Matthias Beckmann manages to delve deep into the still mysterious underwater world.

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  • Zwei Schiffe liegen an

    15.11.2021–28.01.2022

    Karen Koltermann: „Allegory I“

    The Berlin-based artist Karen Koltermann shows the large-format photograph of an intimidating-looking shipwreck at the Neuköllner Schiffahrtskanal.

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