Owing to social distancing, range of movement has become an important topic over the past year. Our freedom to move has been drastically restricted and altered. Explorations and discoveries must be made again. The aim of WALK IT OUT is to discover Schöneweide through a photographic exploration. Participants will walk around the neighbourhood and complete a research task, one that will come with technical tips from the artist Diana Juneck.
To participate in WALK IT OUT, please register with Diana Juneck on August 15, 2021 in the Project Space of the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen between 2 and 4 PM. The workshop will take place after the vernissage of At the End of the Day – Aus / Atmen.
Viewing the exhibition before attending the workshop is necessary to immerse oneself in the theme of social distancing and its meaning. Afterward, participants will explore Schöneweide, either alone or in small groups, and use their own cameras and mobile phones to document their surroundings. The workshop will conclude when all participants have returned to the Project Space of the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen, where their images will be either presented or exhibited as part of the exhibition.
Participation can take place in German, English, and Spanish. No previous knowledge is needed.
Workshop leader: Diana Juneck | Photographer & Video Installation Artist
Diana Juneck (1981) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin and Malaga. In 2009, she received her MA in Theatre-Photography-Art-Pedagogue. Between 2010 and 2019, she studied photography at the Ostkreuz Schule für Fotografie in Berlin. During this period, she started working as a freelance photographer, realizing several photographic and artistic projects, and as a picture editor. She has received several awards, published her photographs in digital and print magazines, and exhibited her work around the world. She has also shown her work in several art festivals.
Pre-registration is possible at: email@example.com
Cast & Credits:
Photography: Participants of the photography workshop by Diana Junek