Sun 14 November 2021

Skulpturenpark Berlin_ZentrumBetween Moritzplatz and Spittelmarkt Kommandantenstr. & Alte-Jakob-Str. 10969 Berlin , , Berlin, Germany

On November 14, Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum invites you to the final public event of RE-TURN. The program focuses on shared living space and the future of Berlin's urban quarter. Julian Oliver's Pink Cell Tower offers visitors the opportunity to communicate freely with each other via Germany's only independent telecommunications network.

20.7 cubic meters is the volume of the official minimum living space for one person. With AIRNSHARE Doris Dziersk invites participants to inflate this volume together. Dziersk’s performance is followed by a musical closing ritual by KUNSTrePUBLIK and Boris Jöns. In his guided walk Martin Conrads looks into the future of Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum. The day ends with two screenings: Following construction and deconstruction processes, Lydia Karagiannaki’s film de.construction.fantasies is dedicated to the transformation of Berlin's cityscape, while Lukas Matthaei's film Imitation of Life : remake berlin was made in direct cooperation with residents of the Skulpturenpark.

For detailed information see: www.skulpturenpark.org

Admission only for vaccinated, recovered or tested persons.

2:45 - 3pm
Introduction Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum

3 - 4pm
Participatory sculpture AIRNSHARE
with Doris Dziersk

4 - 5pm
Daseins Zentrum: Kämme mein Haar; Fakten und Poesie
with KUNSTrePUBLIK & Boris Jöns

5 - 6pm
Guided walk: Berlin muss seine Altstadt wieder aufbauen!
with Martin Conrads

6 - 6:30pm
Film Screening: de.construction.fantasies
with Lydia Karagiannaki, live performance with Bitsy Knox and Marco Schröder / item
Meeting point: Seydelstrasse 19

6:30 - 7pm
Film Screening: Imitation of Life: remake berlin
with Lukas Matthaei & Team
Meeting point: Seydelstrasse 19

7 - 8pm
Fade Out & Drinks

RE-TURN wird gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds.