stay hungry presents:
Pleasure Garden Revamped
On the occasion of the 3rd Berlin Britzenale stay hungry is pleased to present the site-specific installation Pleasure Garden Revamped in the allotment garden „Morgentau“ in Berlin-Britz.
Pleasure Garden Revamped was specially conceived for the unusual exhibition space of an allotment garden area. The five participating artists were invited to create in their artistic contributions a revamped version of the historical concept of the pleasure garden with its unique and sometimes absurd elements. The different artistic approaches create a variety of references between the renewed pleasure garden and the allotment garden and thereby enable alternative views and perspectives on the place itself.
stay hungry presents:
PLEASURE GARDEN REVAMPED
with works by:
Michel Aniol, Anaïs Edely, János Fodor, Meike Kuhnert, Joachim Schwarz
as part of
3rd Berlin Britzenale
With Art Ashram (collective), Marina Camargo, Bogomir Ecker, Erik Göngrich, Vanessa Henn, Deborah Jeromin, Kathrin Köster & Yala Juchmann, André Linpinsel, Pätzug / Hertweck, stay hungry (Michel Aniol, Anaïs Edely, János Fodor, Meike Kuhnert, Joachim Schwarz), Matthias Schamp, Sonya Schönberger, Pola Sieverding, Stefania Smolkina, 44flavours (Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle) and Alvaro Urbano.
Curated by Christof Zwiener
stay hungry @ Garden no. 32
Opening: Fr, 06.08.2021 6-10 pm
with a performance for the installation l'Étendue (die Weite)
by Anaïs Edely at 7:30 pm
(it is requested that no photo and videorecordings are made during the performance)
Friday, 06 August, 6-10 p.m.
Saturday, 07 August, 12-7 p.m.
Sunday, 08 August, 12-7 p.m.
Saturday, 07 August 2021, 12-2 p.m.
Britzenale talk about art and nature in Stadt und Land on the Vereinsplatz with Chris Hilmer-Benedict (cultural scientist, project space operator, ex. Board of the Netzwerk freier Berliner Projekträume as well as member of the Spokesperson's Circle of the Coalition of the Free Scene), Ilona Kálnoky (visual artist, participant of the second Britzenale and co-founder of the UM Festival in the Uckermark), Marco Clausen (co-founder of Prinzessinnengarten and Neighborhood Academy) and Christof Zwiener (artistic director of the Britzenale).
Saturday, 07 August 2021, 9-10 p.m.
Britzenale Summer Cinema Fäden / Μπερδεμένες κλωστές by Deborah Jeromin.
Sunday, 08 August 2021, 3 p.m.
Britzenale reading with Deborah Jeromin from her book Fallschirmseide / Μετάξι Αλεξιτώτων, published by Spector Books.
We kindly ask all visitors, despite staying outdoors, to continue observing the current Corona infection control measures and distance.
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