POSTPONED // A new Pavilion for the Brücke-Museum [German, English]

Talk with Mascha Fehse (architect) and Alexander Römer (architect), moderated by Daniela Bystron (curator of outreach, Brücke- Museum)

Experiencing nature and community are at the centre of the new pavilion in the gardens of the Brücke-Museum. The architecture and artist collective ConstructLab has created a space on the edge of the forest that is sustainable and regional due to the choice of materials and allows a direct experience of nature due to its great transparency. A new artistic venue for social exchange has been created here for the Brücke-Museum. We would like to invite you to an evening social gathering in the pavilion and gardens of the Brücke-Museum to celebrate the opening of the pavilion. Mascha Fehse and Alex Römer will talk about the concept and the process of creating the pavilion, and the discussion will be moderated by Daniela Bystron.

Mascha Fehse lives in Berlin and works in the border area of architecture, art and culture. She is confronting questions of the public and the common, focussing on micro-collisions, applied experimental approaches and a design discourse that triggers curiosity and leaves space for an attitude. She is intrigued by moments that allow a multiplicity of motivation and coexistence of contradictions. Social constellation, infrastructural relations, structural connections and imaginative associations are issues that occupy her.

Alexander Römer studied carpentry and architecture. He founded ConstructLab as a forum for participative design-build projects in 1998. In 2005 he joined the Parisian collective EXYZT and worked on many projects among others the French contribution to the 10th architecture biennial in Venice 2006. With the idea of ConstructLab and its network of designers, builders, architects, photographs, graphic designers, gardeners or cooks he initiated and designed numerous projects internationally.


This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date. You can find more infomation on wernerduettmann.de

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