- 29.08.2019 19:00
An exhibition of paintings, objects and films revolving around the apple as an example of biodiversity loss. Drawing on the fruit's rich traditions, the exhibition addresses both market dynamics and critical questions of nutrition, as well as the preservation of species, resilience and climate change. Initiated by the Berlin-based artist Antje Majewski and the Polish conceptual artist Paweł Freisler, this is a project that is artistic, research-based and cultural-historical as well as political. Tree-planting sessions, workshops and other programmes involving the participation of urban initiatives and educational institutions will extend the project into urban space.
Curated by Lena Johanna Reisner.
29/9/19 | 7pm
3/9/19 | 7–9pm
As part of KGB-Kunstwoche: Panel discussion about the commons with Eckart Brandt, Marco Clausen and Friederike Habermann, moderated by Maike Majewski
alte feuerwache – studiobühne
29/9 | 3/10 | 4/10/19 | each 11am–4pm
Harvesting with Apfelschätze on overgrown plantations in Potsdam-Grube
6/10/19 | 1–6pm
Apfelfest at Galerie im Turm
20/10/19 | 3–5pm
Apple tree planting and workshop for adoptive tree-parents
Workshops, appletree plantings and programmes in schools, organized by Apfelschätze in collaboration with Kulturagenten für kreative Schulen