Living the City

Living the City 21.5. - 20.6.2021 //

Exhibition commissioned by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and

Despite last year’s pandemic-related restrictions it’s been a great run. Once again, thanks to all of you and hopefully ...
30/06/2021

Despite last year’s pandemic-related restrictions it’s been a great run. Once again, thanks to all of you and hopefully see you soon in some other place in the near future…Stay tuned!

Living the City in numbers: 500 days in the making, 59 opening days, 167 days of lockdown, 52 projects from 30 countries...
30/06/2021

Living the City in numbers: 500 days in the making, 59 opening days, 167 days of lockdown, 52 projects from 30 countries, more than 100 contributors from over 50 countries, 6 workshops, 32 lectures, an artist residency, an international symposium, 2.000 sold-out publications in German and English language, over 20.000 visitors and 2758 followers on Instagram steady counting.

We would like to thank all our visitors, readers, supporters, colleagues, collaborators, team, friends and family for ma...
30/06/2021

We would like to thank all our visitors, readers, supporters, colleagues, collaborators, team, friends and family for making Living the City happen as a unique exhibition and discursive platform of events, performances, lectures and workshops – all public and for free!

17/06/2021

Living the City co-curator talks with Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi () and Guerilla Architects ()

Our final Double Feature lectures today at 7 PM with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss in conversation with cura...
17/06/2021

Our final Double Feature lectures today at 7 PM with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss in conversation with curator Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi of the Black Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art and Decolonial Discourse and architect Benedikt Stoll of Guerilla Architects. Guerilla Architects is a multi-disciplinary artist collective based in Berlin. By focusing their work on spatial interventions and socio-critical art projects, they approach urban development by being „guerilla“. This means that great value is not necessarily only created by building on a grand scale. On the contrary, by working with existing structures, it often only requires minimally invasive interventions in order to give new meaning to former invisible spaces. Guerilla Architects draw on the untapped potential of political, legal und spatial grey zones as well as the free resources which are available due to the abundance and overproduction of urban society. .de

Our final Double Feature lectures today at 7 PM with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss in conversation with cura...
17/06/2021

Our final Double Feature lectures today at 7 PM with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss in conversation with curator Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi of the Black Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art and Decolonial Discourse and architect Benedikt Stoll of Guerilla Architects. Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi is president of AFROTAK TV cyberNomads, author, publicist, curator and has been repeatedly awarded nationally and internationally as a media and cultural activist. She has been designing various formats of cultural education and knowledge transfer platforms since 2002. Since 2005, she has lectured on cultural diversity, literature, and media from an intersectional Black feminist perspective. In 2011, she was the Culture and Media Coordinator of the State Action Plan against Racism and Ethnic Discrimination. Since 2012, she has curated the Black Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art & Decolonial Discourse, which has been an official project of the UN Decade for People of African Descent since 2016. Since 2019 she is spokesperson of the Council for Diversity and Social Inclusion (RDSI) of the development policy center Berlin Global Village in Neukölln. .de

In our most recent Double Feature we talk about spaces and places of arrival and migration with photographer Xiaofu Wng ...
15/06/2021

In our most recent Double Feature we talk about spaces and places of arrival and migration with photographer Xiaofu Wng and filmmaker and sociologist Kamil Bembnista. Kamil Bembnista is a filmmaker and sociologist. He combines both disciplines to, on the one hand, use film as a scientific dissemination and, on the other hand, to unfold space-related stories of protagonists in his documentary film. Currently he works as a research associate at the faculty “Architecture and Urban Planning” at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus and is associated fellow at the Collaborative Research Center „Re-Figuration of Space“ at the Technical University in Berlin.

In our most recent Double Feature we talk about spaces and places of arrival and migration with photographer Xiaofu Wng ...
15/06/2021

In our most recent Double Feature we talk about spaces and places of arrival and migration with photographer Xiaofu Wng and filmmaker and sociologist Kamil Bembnista. Xiaofu Wang is an Australian photographer living in Berlin. Her work focuses on migration, religion, media and politics; exploring the intersection between collective and personal experiences. It has been featured in a variety of print and online media. She has a BA (Communications) from UTS Sydney and is currently continuing her education at Ostkreuzschule in Berlin. She is part of the project We Are City Plaza that’s featured in Living the City.

14/06/2021

Double Feature – Xiaofu Wang and Kamil Bembnista
Living the City co-curator talks with Xiaofu Wang and Kamil Bembnista

10/06/2021

Double Feature – Jennifer Aksu and Lutz Henke
Living the City co-curator talks with Jennifer Aksu (Invisible Playground) and Lutz Henke (Visit Berlin)

Join today’s Double Feature with urbanist and cultural manager Jennifer Aksu and cultural scientist and curator Lutz Hen...
10/06/2021

Join today’s Double Feature with urbanist and cultural manager Jennifer Aksu and cultural scientist and curator Lutz Henke in conversation with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feiireiss.
Lutz Henke is a curator and cultural scientist from Berlin. He is Director Culture of visitBerlin where he is developing innovative formats and programs since 2016.
His studies in Frankfurt (Oder), Buenos Aires and Berkeley, focused on urban studies, art, subculture and contemporary history. As the chairman of the Kreuzberg art organization „Artitude e.V.“ he directed the exhibition space and former secret reserve „Senatsreservenspeicher (SRS) Berlin“ till its demolition in 2014. He has been curating and managing art-projects which deal with art and the public domain since 2001. He has realized public artworks and interventions in Berlin and worldwide in close collaboration with the artists. His curatorial practice as well as his research focuses on spatial practice and theory, memory and remembrance, aesthetical interventions and frontiers in their diverse appearances. Henke has been invited to give talks and classes on urban aesthetics, art, culture and history at various institutions worldwide. His writings on these subjects have been published in various books, catalogues or other media outputs.

Join today’s Double Feature at 7 PM with urbanist and cultural manager Jennifer Aksu and cultural scientist and curator ...
10/06/2021

Join today’s Double Feature at 7 PM with urbanist and cultural manager Jennifer Aksu and cultural scientist and curator Lutz Henke in conversation with Lukas Feireiss.
Jennifer Aksu graduated in Urban Culture, Society and Space and co-founded invisible playground, a network for playful public spaces. The last 12 years she has been working at the intersection of urban space, art and transformation. Jennifer consults, accompanies and empowers people and organisations from the arts, culture and city councils in times of transformation: together with them she works on civic participation, placemaking, value oriented networking, playful learning and digital competencies. Jennifer focuses on co-creation and impact orientation. Her methods are rooted in game and experience design, user orientation and strategic impact investigation. This is still very new but at the same time rewarding for city making spheres - provably.

Come and see the exhibition!
08/06/2021

Come and see the exhibition!

03/06/2021

Double Feature – Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf

Living the City co-curator talks with Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf

Today’s Double Feature lecture series with Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf. Berlin born and based artist Mischa Leinka...
03/06/2021

Today’s Double Feature lecture series with Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf. Berlin born and based artist Mischa Leinkauf deals with the hidden possibilities of urban environments and various kinds of limitations of spaces through borders, rules, architecture and barriers. By intervening in quasi-natural systems of order, he provokes situations that create temporary irritation and open up spaces for recoding. In particular, the border areas between public and restricted-access or non-public spaces serve Leinkauf as an extension of his artistic scope of action. His cross-media artistic practice includes performative interventions, video installations, films and photographs. His works are shown worldwide at film festivals, museums, art spaces and galleries such as: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Kunstmuseum Bonn, ZKM Karlsruhe, Manifesta 11, Moderna Museet Stockholm or Helsinki Art Museum.

We‘re open! Come by and see the show until June 20th
03/06/2021

We‘re open! Come by and see the show until June 20th

Today’s Double Feature lecture series with Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf. Barbara Meyer is the director of the Cultu...
03/06/2021

Today’s Double Feature lecture series with Barbara Meyer and Mischa Leinkauf. Barbara Meyer is the director of the Culture Centre S27 – Art and Education in Berlin Kreuzberg. She grew up in Switzerland and studied Fine Arts at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, later Art in Context at the HDK in Berlin. In 2006, she organized on behalf of the RAT FÜR DIE KÜNSTE the campaign OFFENSIVE KULTURELLE BILDUNG. Until 2009, she managed the Berlin Fund for Cultural Education. In 2020, she launched the Berlin Initiative Urban Practice with a group of artists and architects. Barbara Meyer is a member of Berlin Refugee Council.

27/05/2021

Double Feature – Tomma Suki Hinrichsen and Licia Soldavini

Living the City co-curator talks with Licia Soldavini () and Tomma Suki Hinrichsen ( / )

Today‘s Double Feature at 7 PM on all our media channels with Licia Soldavini of Constructlab in conversation with Livin...
26/05/2021

Today‘s Double Feature at 7 PM on all our media channels with Licia Soldavini of Constructlab in conversation with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss. Licia Soldavini is a research assistant at TU Braunschweig, Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and the City. As an urban curator she works with socio-cultural and urban practices across Europe - since 2012 mainly as a member of Constructlab. In her research-practice, she seeks to challenge disciplinary boundaries, to voice minor perspectives and to provoke unexpected encounters to explore the transformative potential of critical spatial practices for future urban life.

Today‘s Double Feature at 7 PM on all our media channels with Tomma Suki Hinrichsen of Torhaus Berlin in conversation wi...
26/05/2021

Today‘s Double Feature at 7 PM on all our media channels with Tomma Suki Hinrichsen of Torhaus Berlin in conversation with Living the City co-curator Lukas Feireiss. Tomma Suki Hinrichsen is a Designer based in Berlin who likes to engage with people, colors and imagination. She has a collaborative, utopia-oriented approach and believes that design has an important role when it comes to change stuff for the better. The Tools that she uses for her design practice are participatory workshops, physical objects and illustrations. Since 2019 she is a founding member of Torhaus Berlin e.V. a community space for people that try out creative forms of urban practice and collaborative design. Currently working as a freelancer at the Design Research Lab.

WE ARE OPEN AGAIN - BOOK YOUR TICKET ONLINE!
21/05/2021

WE ARE OPEN AGAIN - BOOK YOUR TICKET ONLINE!

20/05/2021

Living the City co-curator talks with Larissa Fassler and Raul Walch




Continuing our Double Feature lecture series tonight, Thursday 20. May at 7 PM with  on IG Tv. Raul Walch(*1980 in Frank...
20/05/2021

Continuing our Double Feature lecture series tonight, Thursday 20. May at 7 PM with on IG Tv. Raul Walch(*1980 in Frankfurt, Germany) crosses the boundaries of artistic genres in his broad and inventive practise. He works as a sculptor and conceptual artist but also slips easily into the roll of an investigator or becomes part of a performance. His focus is on creating an unconventional approach to social reality, often unexpectedly including observers in the process. Walch’s playful works and actions are not limited to questioning or participation. Instead, he creates ephemeral and largely site-specific interventions that respond to different environments around the world.

Book your tickets online now. Open from Friday, 21. May for four weeks!
19/05/2021

Book your tickets online now. Open from Friday, 21. May for four weeks!

Before opening to the public on Friday we will already start our Double Feature Lecture series tomorrow, Thursday 20. Ma...
19/05/2021

Before opening to the public on Friday we will already start our Double Feature Lecture series tomorrow, Thursday 20. May 2021, 7 PM with on IG Tv. Larissa Fassler (*1975 in Vancouver, Canada) has lived and worked in Berlin since 1999. Focused on the symbiotic relationships between people and places, Larissa Fassler’s artistic practice reflects her interest in the architecture of cities and the way in which places affect people, psychologically and physically, and in turn how people’s perception, understanding and use of place is physically manifest in the built environment that surrounds them.

Just a few more days and we‘re open again for visitors. Online-booking available soon!
18/05/2021

Just a few more days and we‘re open again for visitors. Online-booking available soon!

Yes, it’s been way too long and it seems unreal but next Friday we‘re back! Doors are opening Friday, 21. May 2021
16/05/2021

Yes, it’s been way too long and it seems unreal but next Friday we‘re back! Doors are opening Friday, 21. May 2021

Get ready because we’re coming back!
15/05/2021

Get ready because we’re coming back!

08/12/2020
Come and join the eighth session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series. This time around with art...
26/11/2020

Come and join the eighth session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series. This time around with art and architecture tour collective NICHE (»Finding the City«) and choreograph and dancer Franka Marlene Foth (»The Body vs. Space«) will share the call together. ⁣

Today, 26.11.2020 between 19.00-21.00 via LiveStream.⁣

https://vimeo.com/event/457353

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12/11/2020

Double feature

Come and join the sixth session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series. This time with Pakistani artist Bani Abidi (»Funland - Stories About Waiting«) and Danish artist Jeppe Hein (»In the City«). ⁣

Today, 12.11.2020 between 19.00-21.00 via Live-Stream.⁣ ⁣
https://vimeo.com/476005271

04/11/2020

Impressions of the exhibition

We were verry happy about every single visitor of Living the City in the last weeks and we hope to be open again soon.

To sweeten the waiting time, here are some impressions.

Film by and

03/11/2020
03/11/2020

3-week construction in 30 seconds

What looks very easy here is the hard work of a lot of people. At this point we would like to thank everyone who made this exhibition possible and we hope that we can welcome you, the visitors, again in December.

Until then, you can look forward to interesting content on our website and on our social media channels (Instagram, Facebook and Vimeo).

Due to illness, Nasan Tur's talk today will be postponed.You can join us today for the other talk of Marina Otero Verzie...
29/10/2020

Due to illness, Nasan Tur's talk today will be postponed.

You can join us today for the other talk of Marina Otero Verzier at 7 pm in the exhibition or live on our website and here in Facebook.

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You will also be able to watch the third session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series online!Jus...
22/10/2020

You will also be able to watch the third session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series online!

Just follow this Vimeo-Link, starting today at 7 pm: https://vimeo.com/event/328436

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Come and join the third session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series. This time with artist  (Ar...
20/10/2020

Come and join the third session of our weekly Thursday evening double feature lecture series. This time with artist (Artist at Work in Times of Crisis) Thursday, 22. October 2020, 7-9 PM in the Agora inside exhibition 📷

Join our curatorial tour this Thursday at 5 PM. Register online!
20/10/2020

Join our curatorial tour this Thursday at 5 PM. Register online!

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Demnächst in der "Lobby": Lesungen und Kaltgetränke dank des Kairo Kiosks!
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Coming up in the "Lobby": readings and cold drinks thanks to the Kairo Kiosk!

Kairo Kiosk Baupalast Constructlab Guerilla Architects Books People Places Living the City

Der Countdown läuft für , den großen Innenstadt-Gipfel. 1. + 2.Juli, RheinMain CongressCenter, Wiesbaden. Programm und Online-Tickets hier: www.wiesbaden.de/innenstadtgipfel
Städte stecken voller Geschichten—gleichzeitig, widersprüchlich, überlappend und untrennbar miteinander verbunden. Die Ausstellung Living the City erzählt über 50 Geschichten zu Projekten aus Architektur, Kunst und Stadtplanung in der Haupthalle des ehemaligen Flughafens Berlin-Tempelhof. Jetzt wurde die Ausstellung wieder eröffnet. Living the City
Bye, bye 2020!

Du warst zweifelsfrei ein sehr, sagen wir, spezielles Jahr. Mit Abstand das Ungewöhnlichste, was wir Stadtmenschen bislang erlebt haben. Aber getreu unserem Motto und weil einfach mal mega ist, konnte wir dir trotzdem oder gerade weil du so anders warst als alle anderen, viele wundervolle, einzigartige und ja auch lustige Momente abgewinnen.

Dank dir 2020 sind wir um 11 Projekte reicher, die unser Altenburg inzwischen schon wortwörtlich bespielen Mobiles Spielecafé , noch bunter machen Kunstgarten Altenburg oder Schule ins Grüne Klassenzimmer bringen.

Ohne deine speziellen Charaktereigenschaften hätten wir nicht so bewusst um die Ecken gedacht, wär keine Zeit gewesen, um die Videoserie mit den Einzelhändlern zu drehen oder uns in der Auslieferung von Lebensmitteln zu versuchen.

Auch wenn du dir große Mühe gegeben hast, immer wieder querzuschießen und uns am Pläne schmieden zu hindern, ist das Gründerlabor "Ahoi Altenburg" Kulturhanse trotzdem gestartet, wurde sommerfestlich gefeiert und ein ganzer Comic erdacht, den es ohne dich und Covid nie gegeben hätte.

Neue Stadtmenschen knüpften sich in unser Netzwerk unbeeindruckt von deinen Sperenzchen. So fanden wir einen Manager für unser Festival (das wir bei 2021 in besten Händen ist, ätsch) und verblüfften beim Überland Festival in Görlitz mit unserem Ideen-Feuerwerk oder die Berliner mit unserer Interpretation von "Liebe" in der Ausstellung Living the City

Auch wenn wir viel lieber alle zusammen im Open Lab hocken und digitale Räume so gemütlich sind, wie zugige Bahnsteige im Winter, Orte zum Treffen fanden sich genauso wie Lösungen. Wer hätte gedacht, dass wir mal ganz old school in den Tageszeitungen Annoncen OVZ Altenburger Land schalten, weil du Einzelgänger keinen Bock auf Massenauflauf Teil 2 samt Pitch im Open Lab hattest. Dabei war die Premiere Ende Februar mit 100 Gästen doch echt der Kracher...

Beste Freunde werden wir nie werden, 2020, aber wir mögen dich, weil du genauso anders und einzigartig bist, wie jeder Stadtmensch. Okay, die Starallüren hättest du stecken lassen können, denn so viel Drama braucht kein Mensch, aber hey, nur dank dir hatte der MDR - Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk ein Sendeplätzchen für uns, als die weihnachtliche Keksproduktion noch gar nicht begonnen hatte. Und "Live und in Farbe" hat es ganz wunderbar geschmeckt.

Ob du's glaubst oder nicht, wir denken auch positiv an dich zurück, weil in der Weihnachtszeit die frohe Botschaft aus Zürich von der drosos Stiftung kam. Stadtmensch darf erwachsen werden - dank 370 000 Euro Fördermitteln für die nächsten fünf Jahre.

Pech für dich, denn deine Zeit ist rum und wir setzen große Hoffnungen in deinen Nachfolger. Mach's gut, 2020, du wirst auch in 100 Jahren noch für Gesprächsstoff sorgen...

Frage in die Runde: Wenn das Jahr 2020 ein / DIY Projekt gewesen wäre, wie sähe es aus? Postet ein passendes Bild oder GIF und genießt die Stille Nacht beim Dinner for one!

Eure Stadtmenschen

Foto: Jens Paul Taubert
Living the City zeigt über 50 Geschichten, die vom Stadtmachen sprechen. Projekte aus Architektur, Kunst und Stadtplanung. Professorin Tatjana Schneider vom Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Architektur und Stadt (GTAS) des Department Architektur Technische Universität Braunschweig ist Teil des kuratorischen Teams der Ausstellung in der Haupthalle des ehemaligen Berliner Flughafens Tempelhof, die wegen der Pandemie nur noch virtuell besucht werden kann. Wir haben mit Tatjana Schneider über die begehbare Stadtcollage, gerechte Städte, das Institut für örtliche Angelegenheiten und eine Zukunft für große Warenhäuser gesprochen:
➡️ https://magazin.tu-braunschweig.de/m-post/stadt-anders-denken/

📸 Sebastian Dorbrietz
Machen Menschen oder Menschen? Klar ist: Im prallen unterschiedliche Bedürfnisse und Lebensentwürfe aufeinander. Die Geschichten sowie die gestalterischen und planerischen Projekte, die dadurch entstehen, stellt die Online-Ausstellung Living the City vor. So wie zum Beispiel das Freiburger "Syndikat": Es kauft mit den Mietenden eines Hauses das Objekt und entzieht es so bewusst dem Markt und der Spekulation. Denn wohnen soll nicht zur Ware werden.
Weitere eindrückliche Beispiele:

Wehrhafte Neubauten: Ahmet Ögüts Modellversionen von Bauten, die inmitten eiliger Urbanisierungsprozesse übriggeblieben sind, gelten ihm als Warnung an die globale Immobilienwirtschaft. © Ahmet Ögüt

Von der Brachfläche zum Nachbarschaftsort. Ein Park in Brüssel wird seit 2013 zum Schauplatz von Micro-Farming und dem gemeinschaftlichen Anbau von Obst und Gemüse. Er ist zu einem Gemeinschaftsort für die Nachbarschaft geworden. © Parckfarm T&T

Eine Stadt in der Stadt über dem Straßenbahndepot. Im genossenschaftlichen Wohnprojekt Kalkbreite in Zürich arbeitet und lebt man gemeinsam. Das Projekt verbindet Wohnraum, Kitas, Bars und Co. Dazu ist es besonders energieeffizient. © Volker Schopp

Hier geht’s direkt zur virtuellen Ausstellung: https://livingthecity.eu/virtuelle-ausstellung/ #/
The three-month-long exhibition 'Living the City' was commissioned by the Federal Ministry of the Interior within the framework of the National Urban Development Policy.

It is important to ask, then, what are the interests of this ruling body and what are their policies? Is this exhibition a performative gesture?
The exhibition 'Living the City' at the former Tempelhof airport presents a range of collective projects that offer insight into effective civic action and opportunities to design environments that embrace societal engagement.

During Berlin's "lockdown light," you can explore the show in the form of a “virtual city collage” on the exhibition’s website.
Living the City, an exhibition at the former Tempelhof airport, collages together a complex process of city life and civic action, always in flux:
This three-day workshop aims to help artists from marginalized identities to get funding, gain visibility and foster their career growth. The lectures and talks are tailored for people who experience difficulties due to who they are and the specific restrictions that are embedded with not belonging to a hegemonic demographic.

The workshops will be held in person at the Tempelhofer airport inside the Living the City exhibition. The form allows registration for 1 or more days. Due to corona restrictions we have a limited capacity, if you have registered and can’t make it, please send us a message at [email protected] so we can give the spot to someone else.

*The workshop is addressed in particular to BIPOC, who will be prioritized in the pre-registration.

Curated by Folly Ghost
Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_F24-1_7H0shYllOmYCHiplm3f_oXeHs3FTYMoMUcc8U6uQ/viewform
One Bubble, many ideas.. The first day of the Hangar X Workshop was very inspiring 💕 we are really exited about this group of talented and interested selfmade city makers who joined us to dive deeper into the future of a collective Hangar. Thanks so much to all the amazing participants and to Popticum for the beautiful bubble 🤩 and to Living the City to support us with this project. And shout out to the Kochkolletktiv for the food 💕
...To be continued today...

photos by Allegra Kort

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Bubble, viele Impulse.. Der erste Tag unserer Hangar X Planungswerkstatt war inspirierend und energetisch. Wir freuen uns auf alles was noch kommt und sind gespannt auf unsere gemeinsame Aktion heute ⚡️⚡️⚡️ tausend dank an m für die architektonische und inhaltliche Unterstützung.. Danke an .kortlang für die Bilder
Ein Club ist ein Club ist DICE Conference + Festival

Am TAG DER CLUBKULTUR veranstaltete DICE ein Programm mit interdisziplinären Aufführungen im Flughafen Berlin Tempelhof in der Living the City Ausstellung - live auf THF Radio vom Torhaus. Neben Talk gab es Musik, Kunst und Komisches von Kate Cheka, Pedra Costa, Anthony Huseyin, Yha Yha und The Neighborhood Character!

DICE Conference + Festival ist eine interdisziplinäre und intersektionale Plattform, die es sich zum Ziel gesetzt hat, innovative Beiträge unterrepräsentierter Menschen auf großen Festivals, Labels und anderen Repräsentations- und Vergütungskanälen der Musikindustrie zu unterstützen. DICE organisiert ein Programm mit Präsenz und Online-Veranstaltungen, darunter die neue Künstler*innen Talk-Reihe des DICE-Forums, das „DICE Rising“-Programm für aufstrebende Künstler*innen sowie ein jährliches, dreitägiges Musik- und Diskursfestival mit einem umfassenden, vielfältigen Programm.

"Creating a more equitable model for music spaces" - DICE

📸Credits: Virginia De Díaz

🌟 03.10.
🏆Der TAG DER CLUBKULTUR um das vielfältige Engagement für die Berliner Clubkultur herauszustellen und zu würdigen.
🎬 Aftermovie https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=355506788893619