Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

22. January 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

22 Jan

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

22. January 2022, 1.30pm

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

22 Jan

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

23. January 2022, 2.00pm

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

23 Jan

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Aya Soika (Professor, Bard College Berlin)

23. January 2022, 12.30pm

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Aya Soika (Professor, Bard College Berlin)

23 Jan

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

29. January 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

29 Jan

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Sol Izquierdo de la Viña (Scientific Researcher, Madrid)

30. January 2022, 2.00pm

In the curatorial tours, the curators of Whose Expression? and Transition Exhibition give an insight into their working processes and the exhibitions.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Sol Izquierdo de la Viña (Scientific Researcher, Madrid)

30 Jan

Children & Family

Holiday Workshop
DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?

2 – 4. Febuary 2022, 12.00 – 4.00pm

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism. For kids from 8-14 years

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Please note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement. The 2G requirement does not apply to persons under 18 years of age, but a negative daily test (max. 24h) is required. For students up to 18 years of age, the students’s ID card or VBB ticket is valid as proof.

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Children & Family

Holiday Workshop
DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?

2 – 4 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5. Febuary 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5 Feb

Museum Sunday

6. Febuary 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. There will be no accompanying programme on 2.1.2021. Admission is free.

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There’s no entry fee. The museum visit is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement. There is no need for booking a timeslot.

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Museum Sunday

6 Feb

Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

6. Febuary 2022, 2.00 – 5.00pm

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism.
Open programme for kids from 8-14 years

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Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

6 Feb

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator, Brücke-Museum)

6. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
With Elena Schroll (Collection Curator, Brücke-Museum)

6 Feb

Training

Workshop for Teachers

8. Febuary 2022, 3.00 – 5.00pm

Introduction to the exhibitions Whose Expression? at Brücke-Museum und Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem with Daniela Bystron

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Training

Workshop for Teachers

8 Feb

Discussion

Re-sighting
Critical language in terms of racism. Thinking aloud about the renaming of work titles

10. Febuary 2022, 6.00pm

A discussion with Friedrich von Bose, Lisa Marei Schmidt, Sebastian-Manès Sprute und Aya Soika.

Moderation: Pegah Byroum-Wand

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Discussion

Re-sighting
Critical language in terms of racism. Thinking aloud about the renaming of work titles

10 Feb

Discussion

Re-sighting
Museum revisited: An Exhibition Analysis

11. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm

With students of the Technischen Universität Berlin, Art History Class

Moderation: Andrea Meyer

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Discussion

Re-sighting
Museum revisited: An Exhibition Analysis

11 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12. Febuary 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12. Febuary 2022, 1.30pm

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19. Febuary 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19 Feb

Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

19. Febuary 2022, 2.00 – 5.00pm

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism.
Open programme for kids from 8-14 years

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Please note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

19 Feb

Discussion

Artist Talk
with Lisa Hilli

19. Febuary 2022, 3.30 – 4.30pm

Rabaul, Rakaia, Na Ta (The Mangrove, The Volcanoes, The Deep Ocean)

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Discussion

Artist Talk
with Lisa Hilli

19 Feb

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

19. Febuary 2022, 12.30pm

In this tour, you will be welcomed by Paz Guevara, curator of the exhibition Transition Exhibition who will set personal focal points and give her perspective on the presentation.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

19 Feb

Discussion

Talk
Moments of Disquiet. On the Re-activation of Colonial Collections

19. Febuary 2022, 1.30 – 2.30pm

Discussion at the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem (DE)

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Discussion

Talk
Moments of Disquiet. On the Re-activation of Colonial Collections

19 Feb

Reading
In the Wrong Place by Haytham El-Wardany

19. Febuary 2022, 2.30 – 3.30pm

The writer Haytham El-Wardany engages with traditions of storytelling that lend agency to seemingly lifeless objects. In his writings, they become subjects. In his reading of the short story In the Wrong Place, El-Wardany creates a verbal
space that encourages us to rethink the concept of a “source of inspiration”. Like many other modern artists, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff called the art of the regions of Asia, Africa, Oceania and South America “sources of inspiration” for his own works. El-Wardany’s reading and discussion intend to render the voids of labor in the socalled “sources of inspiration” visible. In his performance, El-Wardany works with the book Kalīla wa Dimna [Kalila and Dimna], a collection of fables recorded in Arabic by the Basra, Iraqborn writer and scholar Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffaʿ
in the 8th century.

Haytham El-Wardany is an Egyptian writer of short stories and experimental prose who lives and works in Berlin.  He is the author of The Book of Sleep (2017, Alkarma Publishing House, Cairo / 2020 Seagull Books, Calcutta) and How to Disappear (2013, Kayfa Ta Publications, Cairo / 2018, Sternberg Press, Berlin/NY). His recent short story collection is titled Irremediable (2020, Alkarma Publishing House, Cairo).

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Reading
In the Wrong Place by Haytham El-Wardany

19 Feb

Sound Performance
Sonic Oblation Un-Muted by Satch Hoyt

19. Febuary 2022, 4.30 – 6.00pm

The artist Satch Hoyt presents the sound performance Sonic Oblation Un-Muted, as part of the Transition Exhibition.

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Sound Performance
Sonic Oblation Un-Muted by Satch Hoyt

19 Feb

Artistic Intervention
Die Lücke

19. Febuary 2022, 12.00 – 5.00pm

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

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Artistic Intervention
Die Lücke

19 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20. Febuary 2022, 2.00pm

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

26. Febuary 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

26 Feb

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

26. Febuary 2022, 1.30pm

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

26 Feb

, Discussion

Interventions

3. March 2022, 12.00 – 7.00pm

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

... More

Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Interventions

3 Mar

Discussion

Interventions
About the Center of Unfinished Business

3. March 2022, 5.00 – 7.00pm

Über das Center of Unfinished Business: A Talk with Julia Grosse und Yvette Mutumba (C&)

Moderation: Daniela Bystron

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Discussion

Interventions
About the Center of Unfinished Business

3 Mar

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5. March 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

5 Mar

Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

5. March 2022, 2.00 – 5.00pm

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism.
Open programme for kids from 8-14 years

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Please note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

5 Mar

Sound Performance
Sonic Circle by Manuela García Aldana

5. March 2022, 2.30 – 3.30pm

The Sonic Circle is a sound performance by the artist Manuela García Aldana, which is part of the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem.

Listening is the key to Manuela García Aldana’s artistic practice. Her Sonic Circle is inspired by El Círculo de las Palabras (Circle of Words) practiced by the Wiwa and other Colombian communities. It involves people gathering around a fire, listening and sharing ideas and stories.
 

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Sound Performance
Sonic Circle by Manuela García Aldana

5 Mar

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

5. March 2022, 12.30pm

In this tour, you will be welcomed by Paz Guevara, curator of the exhibition Transition Exhibition who will set personal focal points and give her perspective on the presentation.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Transition Exhibition
with Paz Guevara (Curator, Berlin)

5 Mar

Artistic Readings
Why poetry is a perennial von Ruth Buchanan

5. March 2022, 1.00 – 4.00pm

Why poetry is a perennial, duration 10 min, one-to-one readings in the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem by Ruth Buchanan (EN).

Ruth Buchanan’s artistic work addresses the dynamic relationship between body, power, language and architecture. Buchanan conducts herreadings face to face with visitors, creating an intimate encounter with poetry. They are based on an ongoing engagement with the poet J.C. Sturm (1927–2009), one of the first female Māori writers to have her work published. Sturm addressed the paradoxical situation faced by women in society today: while they have more autonomy, their status is perpetually unstable. Buchanan’s feminist gestures offer approaches to challenge these entrenched structures and imbalances exposed in exhibitions.

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Artistic Readings
Why poetry is a perennial von Ruth Buchanan

5 Mar

Entgeistert?
A workshop on dealing with haunting pasts in the present

5. March 2022, 2.00 – 3.30pm

A workshop in the exhibition Whose Expression? at the Brücke-Museum with Margareta von Oswald and Christine Gerbich.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Entgeistert?
A workshop on dealing with haunting pasts in the present

5 Mar

Discussion

Talk
What is Unseen Cannot Be Broken by Saba Innab

5. March 2022, 3.00 – 4.00pm

Talk by Saba Innab about the display of the Transition Exhibition at Kunsthaus Dahlem. The artist will be activating her display with a lecture on the abstraction of the decolonial discourse.

The multidisciplinary practice of the Palestinian-Jordanian architect, artist, and urban researcher Saba Innab (1980) spans historical research, drawing, mapping, model-making, and spatial interventions. Innab explores suspended states between temporality and permanence, and is concerned with variable notions of dwelling and building and their political, spatial and poetic implications in language and architecture. Recent exhibitions include: 57th edition of Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, 2018; Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, Frac Centre-Val de Loire, Orléans, 2017; Marrakech Biennial, Marrakech, 2016, and her recent solo exhibitions include: Station Point, ifa-Galerie, Berlin, 2019; Al Rahhalah, Marfa’, Beirut, 2016. Innab was a DAAD Artists-in-Berlin fellow for 2020-2021.

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Discussion

Talk
What is Unseen Cannot Be Broken by Saba Innab

5 Mar

, Discussion

Millis Awakening
with Natasha A. Kelly

5. March 2022, 4.00 – 6.00pm

Milli’s Awakening: Film screening and lecture with Natasha A. Kelly in the exhibition Whose Expression? at the Brücke-Museum, moderated by Daniela Bystron.

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Please note: The event will take place in German language. Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Millis Awakening
with Natasha A. Kelly

5 Mar

Museum Sunday

6. March 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Museum Sunday at the Brücke-Museum. There will be no accompanying programme on 2.1.2021. Admission is free.

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There’s no entry fee. The museum visit is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement. There is no need for booking a timeslot.

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Museum Sunday

6 Mar

Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

6. March 2022, 2.00 – 5.00pm

Audio workshops for children and teens on traces of colonialism.
Open programme for kids from 8-14 years

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Please note: The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Children & Family

DE-Colonize: What does this have to do with me?
Audio workshop for kids and teens

6 Mar

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Daniela Bystron (Curator for Outreach, Brücke-Museum)

6. March 2022, 2.00pm

In this tour, you will be welcomed by a curator of the exhibition Whose Expression? who will set personal focal points and give her respective perspective on the presentation.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.

... More

Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Daniela Bystron (Curator for Outreach, Brücke-Museum)

6 Mar

Discussion,

Interventions

6. March 2022, 11.00am – 5.00pm

With their walk-in reading room Center of Unfinished Business, C& reveal the diverse repercussions of colonialism that still resonate to this day. As lecturers at the UdK Institute for Art in Context, they invite students to augment the Whose Expression? exhibition with temporary artistic interventions:

... More

Please note: Participation is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Discussion,

Interventions

6 Mar

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12. March 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

12 Mar

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12. March 2022, 1.30pm

Public guided tours in English present you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions together with one of our art mediators.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour

12 Mar

Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Lisa Marei Schmidt (Director, Brücke-Museum)

13. March 2022, 12.30pm

In the curatorial tours, the curators of Whose Expression? and Transition Exhibition give an insight into their working processes and the exhibitions.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a critical perspective for the first time. It is a presentation of the collection as well as a critical engagement with the format of exhibiting collections from colonial contexts.  Contemporary artists and cultural practitioners were invited by curator Paz Guevara to engage with the works and their colonial history. Their artistic interventions offer propositions for new narratives and attempt to problematise and unlearn colonial continuities in the presentation of the collection.

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Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Curator's Tour Whose Expression?
with Lisa Marei Schmidt (Director, Brücke-Museum)

13 Mar

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19. March 2022, 11.30am

On Saturdays, public guided tours in German will give you the opportunity to experience the current exhibition together with one of our art mediators.

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Please note: The event takes place in German language. Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status. The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general mask requirement.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German

19 Mar

Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20. March 2022, 2.00pm

An exhibition tour with art mediator Sieglinde Lemcke presents you with the opportunity to experience the current exhibitions in German Sign Language.

The Brücke artists lived and worked during a period when Imperial Germany was one of the largest colonial powers in Europe. The exhibition Whose Expression? The Brücke Artists and the Colonial Context examines their works against this historical background.
The Brücke-Museum houses the collection of the estate of Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Part of it is a body of works from more than one hundred cultural works from over 20 regions in the world – among them New Guinea, Congo, Mexico.The Transition Exhibition at the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem contextualises this part of Schmidt-Rottluff’s collection from a contemporary, critical perspective for the first time.

... More

Please note: Participation in the tour is only possible with complete vaccination protection or proof of convalescent status + a booster vaccination or rapid test (no self-test). The current distance and hygiene regulations apply, as well as a general FFP2 mask requirement.

You can register here for the event.

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Guided tour

Public Guided Tour in German Sign Language

20 Mar