Last year, for the first time in my life, I entertained the thought of having a child, and even becoming pregnant. During a conversation with my…Read More
I am writing this days after the Ahr river flooded in the west of Germany, killing 184 people.* The pictures, a friend says, look photoshopped, as they show me how to move the cursor from right to left, displaying the before and after scenes. All I can think is ‘less green.’ The same friend tells me of the flooding of the Elbe river that happened in 2002, and that it was Eurocentrically named “the flood of the century” (Jahrhundert Flut). After all, most floods of this century have not covered European soil. The broken banks are presented as a governmental failure to predict, re-inforce, and secure. Control measures failed and Germany’s immunity to climate disaster has been torn a little, despite the appearance of success. The holy see it as a message from God, the capitalists call it a time for harder intervention and more capable management, and time travellers say, as with every so-called year, this is the year of the bog.Read More
Kunstpunkt, Schlegelstraße 6, 10115 Berlin
Als Teil von Berlin Art Week.
at Kunstpunkt, Schlegelstraße 6, 10115 Berlin
As part of Berlin Art Week.
A bog (engl., Subst.) – das Moor.
Das Moor ist ein Feuchtgebiet und wird in der Bodenkunde als organischer Boden erfasst. Durch niederschlagsreiches Wetter und hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit entsteht ganzjährig ein sauerstoff- und nährstoffarmes Feuchtbiotop mit Torfablagerungen, welches die Grundlage charakteristischer Lebensformen bildet.
A hybrid format weekend event to offer resources on community mental health and collective healing.
3-4 July, 2021 at feldfünf e.V and onlineRead More
You can be hammering nails into a wall without a care in the world, thinking how nice this Mona Lisa print is going to look just here above the sofa, how it’s going to catch the light very nicely indeed and – SNAP!Read More
COVEN BERLIN presents: DANK MEMES 4 DANK TIMES (DM4DT)
May 22 + 23, OnlineRead More