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PROJECT SPACE FESTIVAL BERLIN

1 Aug 2015 – 31 Aug 2015

Kurfürstenstraße 21-22

Berlin
Berlin, Germany

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The PROJECT SPACE FESTIVAL BERLIN invites visitors on a month-long trip through Berlin’s independent art scene. During the Festival, 30 Project Spaces will open their doors for a new event occurring every day of August.

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Each participating space will realize one event within a 24-hour period. The program of the festival is as diverse as its participating project spaces: planned events include performative city tours, one-day-only exhibitions, and culinary get-togethers.

With a broad selection of participants the PROJECT SPACE FESTIVAL BERLIN provides a momentary slice of the city’s independent scene, offering a platform to consider the idea of  what the term ‘project space’ can mean. Usually what project spaces share in common is what they are not – not a white cube, not institutional, usually not commercial. Project spaces typically focus on artistic experimentation, spark dialogue, nurture local art communities and are a labor of love of those who run it. Creatively working with limited funds the project spaces are seismographs of cultural trends, operating under conditions of simultaneous freedom and fragility.

It is the PROJECT SPACE FESTIVAL BERLIN’s intention to put the work of its hosts in the foreground and celebrate with the public the ever-shifting independent art scene in Berlin. Over time, the program of the Project Space Festival can function as a window to different approaches and concepts of Project Spaces as considered by the jury and team each year.

In 2014 the program of the Project Space Festival was selected by the Festival team with the intention of highlighting diversity: therefore the architectural structure, curatorial perspective and experimental working structure had been aspects on which to build the program.

For 2015 the spaces were selected by a jury which consisted of Ulf Aminde (artist), Kathrin Becker (n.b.k), Marie-josé Ourtilane (General Public), Matthias Reichelt (Journalist and Curator) and Marie Graftieaux (Project Space Festival) whose intention was to question the definition of a project space.

Taking part

zwanzigquadratmeter

Berlin, Germany

Archive Kabinett

Archive Kabinett

Berlin, Germany

Institut für Alles Mögliche

Berlin, Germany

Berlin-Weekly

Berlin, Germany

LAGE EGAL Raum für aktuelle Kunst

Berlin, Germany

tête

tête

Berlin, Germany

Vesselroom Project

Vesselroom Project

Berlin, Germany

General Public

Berlin, Germany

Neue Berliner Räume

Neue Berliner Räume

Frankfurt am Main

Berlin, Germany

uqbar

uqbar

Berlin, Germany

Scotty Enterprises e.V.

Scotty Enterprises e.V.

Berlin, Germany

SOX

Berlin, Germany

grüntaler9

Berlin, Germany

IMPORT Projects

Berlin, Germany

Kinderhook & Caracas

Berlin, Germany

A TRANS c/o Zweigstelle Berlin

Berlin, Germany

insitu

Berlin, Germany

DISTRICT Berlin

DISTRICT Berlin

Berlin, Germany

Kleine Humboldt Galerie

Berlin, Germany

Agora

Berlin, Germany

Erratum

Berlin, Germany

Decad

Berlin, Germany

Centrum Berlin

Centrum Berlin

Berlin, Germany

NuN

Berlin, Germany

Espace Surplus

Berlin, Germany

Kreuzberg Pavillon

Berlin, Germany

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