Festival

SAVE THE FUTURE

A festival at the interface of art and science
05. – 12.08.2021

Presented in cooperation with the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen, the festival explores the relationship between nature, animals and humans, which is increasingly out of balance, in various cross-media formats on the former industrial site. Together, scientists and artists address the burning issues of our time.

Exhibition

At the End of the Day – Aus / Atmen (Breathe In/Out)

15.08. – 12.09.2021

With the art project At the End of the Day, the artists Irene Accardo, Riako Napitupulu, Evgeny Khlebnikov and Diana Juneck organized artistic workshops in Schöneweide and conducted interviews on the topic of Corona with citizens from different age groups and backgrounds as part of the federal program "Democracy Live!".
Project

Biography and History: Private Photography in East Germany, 1980–2000


This documentation project is organized by the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen and carried out in cooperation with the Deutsches Historisches Museum.

Exhibition

Ars Electronica Garden Berlin

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - VIRTUAL REALITY
08. – 12.09.2021

Works that explore the tension between objectively perceived realities, their virtual extensions, and their cross-pollination the age of digital transformation.
Exhibition

MATCHES

25.09. – 17.10.2021

An interdisciplinary exhibition by the collective BLECH. - Raum für Kunst Halle e.V. in cooperation with the Reinbeckhallen Foundation.
Workshop

Berlin – City Notes. An artistic search for Clues.

20210628. – 20210701

A workshop in cooperation with Jugend im Museum e.V.
Performance

ATLAS’ WIRBEL | CONTAINER

07. – 11.04.2021

Visual and musical presentation, reading and performance as a critique of social and political processes
Security measures

Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s Health and Safety Regulations


The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen has implemented hygiene measures in line with the Infection Protection Ordinance of the State of Berlin to stop the spread of the coronavirus that all visitors must follow.

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