The theme of «Resistance» takes «Chromatic Wednesdays» to Refuge Worldwide, the host of the next episode, in which artists explore parallel narratives and streams of protest from multiple perspectives.
CW#4 l SEASON 3 l Trembling Ground
Although investments are increasingly being made in cities as predictable environments, urban structures are not able to withstand natural disasters. Urban planning based on scientific research seems to make cities resilient, but earthquakes, floods, and other consequences of climate change challenge such rational predictions.
CW#1 l SEASON 3 l Thinking About the Meanings of the Archive
«Chromatic Wednesdays» invites WAWA to discuss how such spaces can be generated in a panel discussion. WAWA, Women+ Artists’ Web Archive is a database that strives to create visibility and a network of solidarity for women artists from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen.
Black On Black “SilkWorm Sessions”
Audio-visual performance collective Black On Black is releasing their first audio-visual album, SilkWorm Sessions. The album brings together Ceren Oykut’s live recorded black and white animations and Fezaya Firar’s live synthesized electronic music.
CW#21 l SEASON 2 l Presence of the Absent
In collaboration with Errant Sound, «Chromatic Wednesdays» presents three artistic works responding to the theme «Resonance». Through lecture performance, sound performance and film Julia Cremers, Bella and Mykola Ridnyi ask: how can resonance make an absence perceptible?
CW#19 l SEASON 2 l Cinema of Cockaigne w/ anorak
In «Chromatic Wednesdays’» event on «Inversion» the curatorial collective anorak invites the public to its first edition of the «Cinema of Cockaigne», for which it has selected films and sound by Rosa Aiello, Jamie Crewe, John Smith, and others.
CW#14 l SEASON 2 l Nour Sokhon & AweKid l «Chromatic Wednesdays» in collaboration with «HIVE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM DAYS BERLIN»
The performances by Nour Sokhon and Awe Kid investigate this months’ «Chromatic Wednesdays» theme «Divergence». With her performance «And who are we now?», Nour attempts to imagine a future for her home country Lebanon, worn-out by recent economic and political developments.
CW#3 l SEASON 2 l Looking Back and Moving Forward with Humam Alsalim & Khaled Barakeh & Amina Maher
Exile means not only the loss of a place, but also the reorientation in a new one. How do artists deal with finding themselves in an unfamiliar setting? Art is often a place where dealing with these changes and challenges can unfold and artists in exile build structures of solidarity.
Hive International Film Days & Chromatic Wednesdays #24 Special Edition
HIVE is an international short film event based in Berlin. It will take place between 13-14-15 August in the Apartment Project exhibition space in Hertzbergstraße, Neukölln.
Chromatic Wednesdays #19
Celebrating Pride Month 2021, Chromatic Wednesdays focus on “Gender” as a theme in this month’s program. The first episode brings together Teo Vlad and Arielle Cottingham to produce a collaborative live performance at Apartment Project’s space in Neukölln.
Chromatic Wednesdays #17
On the second episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s Ecology month, we are happy to host Andrei Cucu and Janine Eisenächer. The event will begin with Cucu’s sound performance titled NESTS, drafted as an attempt to disrupt the hierarchy between biophonic and anthropogenic sounds.
Chromatic Wednesdays #14
Apartment Project’s aim to give voice to the figures who have been resisting the gentrification projects in Berlin, results in another episode where we welcome Berlin-based artist KAI at our studio to talk about a special case: Eschschloraque!
Chromatic Wednesdays #11
For the second episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s “Sustainability” month, we are offering a helpful guide on how to overcome the bureaucratic obstacles that artists working in any field.
Chromatic Wednesdays #8
We are pleased to welcome FILM RISS THEATER to our program for the second episode of the theme Borders.
AARC#2 — HisTV
AARC#2 — HisTV presents an engaging process-based exhibition, stimulating critical discourse on suppression, racism, and discrimination by inviting independent voices to its transmission program.
Encouraging free speech and imagination, the project highlights the importance of nonalignment and diverseness in the communications industry and its crucial role when maneuvering against racism and xenophobia.
Leman Sevda Daricioglu | There is an ocean between us.
Apartment Project is pleased to host Leman S. Darıcıoğlu’s new performance titled There is an ocean between us on 28 July 2020, Tuesday. The 7-hour long performance is the result of a thread of self-directed questions. Darıcıoğlu’s ongoing exploration of the body’s boundaries and its role as a vessel in personal expression responding to predominant social and political paradigms continues by addressing the newly arising definitions for distance, limitation, intimacy, and borders. These notions that are recently restoring their contexts are at the center of the artists’ new work, where she* reconsiders the four windows (‘screens’) of Apartment Project as a single narrative, utilizing only the facade as the project space, keeping the doors
of the venue closed for public access.
To float or be pulled through space. Looking up, back towards the floor. Bending backward yet moving forward. To pass below the bar towards the gap to disappear between the walls.
To linger in a state of being set back to oneself. Standing with one’s body in relation to the space and other states of being, thinking about fragility, fear, the emptiness of space, origins, cycles, and routines.
In turbulent times the Weber Class was meeting on the internet. Some of them met outside and later on at the apartment project. Here we show what we do in limbo. Come around, we look forward to it.
awhām magazine release
Join us to celebrate the release of the second print issue of awhām magazine. Friday October 25th starting at 18:30 Apartment Project Hertzbergstraße 13 12055 Neukölln Berlin beats by FemmeFitness dj Lolita With: A2 Studio | Ashraf Al-Khufash | Anisha Muller | Andrew Wilkin | Deena Abdelwahed | Farah Chamma | FemmeFitness | Gernot Bayer…
SIS In the blink of a bird @ nGbK Berlin
In the Blink of A Bird Exhibition: 27 April – 2 June 2019 In The Blink Of A Bird Working Group: Selda Asal, Özgür Atlagan,Fatma Belkıs, Berk Asal, ŞafakÇatalbaş, Kristina Kramer, Gümüş Özdeş and Yasemin Nur and Friends: Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, Emre Birişmen, Savaş Boyraz, Onur Ceritoğlu, Ece Gökalp, Ceren Oykut,…
“Black on Black” at Acud and Apartment Project
FezayaFirar & Ceren Oykut An audiovisual improvisation of live drawing and electronic music. Ceren Oykut’s surprising, tribal and tameless lines are telling stories of urban transformation, animals and language while accompanied by the purely live synthesized sonic waves of FezayaFirar, which swing between acyclic industrial drone¬ and rhythmscapes.
“Figures in Air” Performance evening as part of Project Space Festival Berlin
Performer and choreographer Ayşe Orhon collaborates with musician and sound engineer Burak Tamer for a performance that considers today’s body as geography. They dig thoroughly into the territories of human sound in relation to movement, integrating live voice processing. Ceren Oykut expands the action of drawing with light and shadow. She brings her drawing practice…
Apartment Project Berlin @ NO (B)ORDERS, C/O KUNSTPUNKT
NO (B)ORDERS is to be understood as a universal political outcry coming directly out of the project space art scene. It stands for an open worldview, the artistic recapturing of urban space, as well as the preservation of autonomy and diversity for project spaces and initiatives. Four internationally active project spaces and initiatives were selected…
“SEEING AND HEARING” Offsite-Exhibition (part of MUTTERZUNGE) [at] Apartment Project Berlin: 30. 3. – 5. 5. 2018 Beyond the events and presentations at Babylon, Mutterzunge also presents several off-site projects. First among these collaborations is an exhibition entitled “Seeing and Hearing”, hosted by Apartment Project in Neukölln from March 30th to April 5th, 2018. This…
‘white on white’
19 January 2018 at 00:30-1:50 [at] Acud (Acud Macht Neu) Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin-Mitte 3 Februar 2018 at 20:00 [at] Apartment Project – Hertzbergstrasse 13, 12055 Berlin-Neukölln Drawing Performance: Ceren Oykut Sound: FF fezaya firar
SiS – HisTv [at] DisPlaced – rePlaced Festival
The television channel of ‘SiS’ is employed to bring artist works that use television programme as a form. Television programmes are produced at the set constructed within the exhibition space both before and during the exhibition, contributing to the flow of information during the course. Keeping record of contemporary memory creates a medium that can…
SiS – In the blink of a bird
“In the blink of a bird” is the product of a collaborative work initiated by a group of individuals who pursue the possibilities of collective production, and reflect on the ways and methods of thinking, acting, departing and deciding together. It is an exhibition expanding through invites and participations based on the conceptual and structural basis…
t-räume – Main Description
>> Hier gibt es die dazugehörige Broschüre zum PDF-Download. DOWNLOAD-LINK t-räume versucht in fünf multidisziplinären Formaten die Medienkompetenz bildungsbenachteiligter Jugendlicher in Berlin-Neukölln zu fördern.
Private Nationalism – Berlin
The Private Nationalism Project is a series of international art and cultural programs. It has been realized as a collaborative effort among eight institutions from six countries, an international team of art professionals, and several artists from Central-Eastern Europe and beyond.
sesperisi and hinojo
As a part of the Transmediale-CTM Vorspiel Festival program, Apartment Project is hosting sesperisi and Daniel Hinojo. “sesperisi” (by Özgür Erkök Moroder) will perform it’s new electro post-punk songs using a “wild-green” costume, which alludes to the mythical wildman and green man figures in the context of post-apocalyptic stage decoration.