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© Markus Schwander

“feldern” stands for exchange, expansion of one’s own thought and action patterns and experimental interaction. The artists in the exhibition cooperate with a wide variety of disciplines and are now bringing together their joint studies and thoroughly controversial reflections on the interplay between systematics and randomness, self-observation and external observation, knowledge acquisition and artistic form-finding processes in a space-consuming installation.

The starting point of the collaborative work is an extensive collection of materials made up of collectively produced drawings, collages, videos, audio files and texts. This bundle was initially fed by a large number of joint, graphic and installation assemblages and was then expanded with corona-related digital rescaling and reshaping.

The exhibition combines individual and collective forms of production. It offers a framework in which one can work together and the aesthetic experiences can circulate from one place to another through spatial shifts and repetitions. The collaborative work as a hybrid between documentation and artwork formulates a visual statement for collaborative work that visitors can now witness directly.

 

 

Curatorial support: Birgit Effinger 

 

With the kind support of the district funding funds of the Senate Administration for Culture and Europe

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  • Monday-Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday 13:00 - 20:00
  • Friday-Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
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30 min. before closing time

Open again since 21 May.

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Self-tests are not permitted as evidence.

Fully vaccinated visitors no longer have to show a negative test. Please note that the second vaccination dose must have been administered at least 14 days in the past for this requirement to be met.

Visitors who have fully recovered no longer have to show a negative test. Proof of recovery is provided by submitting a positive PCR test that is at least 28 days old but not older than six months.

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Citadel
Am Juliusturm 64, 13599 Berlin

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