Lapse—an interval or passage of time

 

Exhibition during 48 Stunden Neukölln 2018

22–24 June 18

Address: project space Berlin Mondiale, Richardstraße 99, 12043 Berlin-Neukölln

Opening hours:

Friday, 22 June: 7–10 pm, Saturday, 23 June: 2–10 pm, Sunday, 24 June: 2–7 pm

Walk trough the exhibition: Sunday, 24 June, 2–3 pm

 

<p>Double page taken from the dem catalogue <em>Lapse, </em>2017<em> ©</em> participants of the project and Maja Gratzfeld</p>

Double page taken from the dem catalogue Lapse, 2017 © participants of the project and Maja Gratzfeld

 

In the context of the participatory art project LAPSE, a group of young international inhabitants, who were living temporarily in an accommodation in Berlin Alt-Moabit, worked together with artist Maja Gratzfeld. Within this project, photo-elicitation and Photovoice were used as tools for a visual research.

 

The photographs represented in the catalogue were shot by the group and are collecting different stories and points of views. They started a dialogue in which empowerment, creativity, and social action became the main intentions.

 

LAPSE will be exhibited during 48 Stunden Neukölln: Neue Echtheit  (June 22–24, 2018) at the project space of Berlin Mondiale.

 

The catalogue can be purchased for 2 €, which will be a contribution for further educational art projects at KW Institute for Contemporary Art.  

 

Please contact us at do@kw-berlin.de, if you would like to order a copy of LAPSE.

 

 

<p>Double page taken from the dem catalogue <em>Lapse, </em>2017,<em> ©</em> participants of the project and Maja Gratzfeld</p>

Double page taken from the dem catalogue Lapse, 2017, © participants of the project and Maja Gratzfeld

 

<p><em>LAPSE</em> is a cooperation of children and young adults of the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund-Notunterkunft Alt-Moabit, Mondiale Berlin, and KW Institute for Contemporary Art and is part of the long-term project <a href="https://www.kw-berlin.de/en/education/for-tomorrow/"><em>Für morgen</em></a>. </p>

 

LAPSE is a cooperation of children and young adults of the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund-Notunterkunft Alt-Moabit, Mondiale Berlin, and KW Institute for Contemporary Art and is part of the long-term project Für morgen

 

 

Für morgen