Kaprow (1927-2006) was a pioneer of performance art. His workFluids, originally constructed out of ice blocks, explored questions of authorship, participation and communality, temporality, and choreography. Social processes as well as ways of occupying public spaces are thereby challenged. The Nationalgalerie has invited Berlin-based artists (Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Assaf Gruber, Antje Majewski, Agnieszka Polska and Juliane Solmsdorf; Ahmet Öğüt; Alexandra Pirici and the artist’s group Stadt im Regal) to create their own contemporary responses to Allan Kaprow’s happening. Their versions of Fluidswill appear in different locations around Berlin on successive days during the Berlin Art Week 2015.