B*tches & Babies
#6: Some Care, Some Don’t


Wrap up in the park


21 August 20, 4–6 pm

Meeting point: Playground in Viktoriapark (access via Katzbachstraße, Berlin-Kreuzberg)

In German language

Please register in advance with Katja Zeidler at kaz@kw-berlin.de


Event note: Your health is important to us; therefore, the event will take place in compliance with the currently valid Corona regulations of the state of Berlin. On the day of the event, we kindly ask you to enter your contact details in an attendance list which we will destroy after two weeks.


<p>Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, research for <em>B*tches & Babies</em>, 2020</p>

Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, research for B*tches & Babies, 2020


B*tches & Babies is a multi-part workshop series that began at the end of November 2019 during the exhibition The Making of Husbands: Christina Ramberg in Dialogue to address issues of motherhood, care work and new parenthood and to channel these into creative spaces for action.


After six dates plus a longer interruption during the lockdown and the resulting increased care work crisis, we would like to conclude the workshop series B*tches & Babies with the previous participants and all interested people who feel a connection to the topics and to the persons involved.

In a spontaneous sandbox catwalk, we invite everyone to present the T-shirt prints that were created during the workshops in analog and digital form with the participants. The T-shirts are a first visible tool to articulate questions of care work, one’s own–maybe even new–role in parenthood, solidarity in care and protest against the neo-conservative distribution of roles, which has partly become stronger. In this spirit: Let’s meet on the catwalk!


The project is aimed at all persons who have children, wish to have children, are excluded or discriminated against because of their desire to have children.


Artistic workshop management: Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli
Concept: Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, Katja Zeidler


The gender star (*) points to the diversity of gender identities that need to be included in a new definition of the terminologies.