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            The curatorial Re:Borders collective is pushing the boundaries between visual art, political education and transmedia happenings in its eponymous debut exhibition ’'RE:BORDERS - An indictment’’:
From February 23 to March 3, 2024, seven artists will position their work in relation to the omnipresent discourse on migration at Berlin's Kunstquartier Bethanien.

Through documentary photography, video art, expansive installations, performance and text-based art, multi-perspective representations between personal escape stories and borderline experiences will be created. Anger, pain and despair find space in the group exhibition alongside courage, hope and self-determination. Silence is countered by telling the invisible and showing the unspeakable.

The participating artists Parwana Amiri, Salih Basheer, Vincent Haiges, Michél Kekulé, Özlem Sarıyıldız, Abou Bakar Sidibé and Chiara Wettmann take a powerful approach to war, flight, displacement and human rights, culminating in a joint outcry to the EU's migration policy. Their manifesto calls on the public to reflect and act.

The collective, whose artistic direction is the responsibility of author Kasia Wojcik and photographer Michél Kekulé, is accompanying RE:BORDERS with a campaign on social media channels. The duo is exploring the polarizing question of the extent to which politically motivated art can change our future reality - or whether it should remain a work of representation and remembrance.
Their own focus is on exchange, networking and community of activists: The program includes panel talks, film screenings and a book presentation at the opening night.


Wir bedanken uns, für die freundliche Unterstützung dieses Projekts, durch die "Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung".
Wir bedanken uns, für die freundliche Unterstützung dieses Projekts, durch das "Bild Kunst Kulturwerk".




Mariannenplatz 2

10997 Berlin



daily 3 to 8 pm 

except Saturdays, Sundays and Tuesdays from 11 am


Other opening hours can be arranged on request, e.g. due to accessibility requirements.

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