Art in the city centre! In the middle of the city-west, WANDELISM e.V. creates the biggest open air studio in the city, its own small Berlin on the former wasteland behind the Zoo! The constantly changing Urban Art Exhibition shows works by over 150 international artists in a unique setting of beach club and art exhibition. The program is extended by a growing offer of workshops, yoga & dance courses and a constantly changing DJ program from HipHop to Techno. The temporary exhibition runs until October 3, 2018. http://hometown.berlin/

Program

Symposium

6.September 2018 – 18-20 Uhr

“What does commercial trade do to Street Art?” presented by WANDELISM e.V. and Mit Vergnügen #spraycanchange What does sales do with Street Art? How do I sell anonymously? And what happens to the culture form when I subordinate it to capital? Street Art’s greatest asset is its unique quality, which can only be thought of through the work of art itself. It is immanent in destruction, which makes it highly theatrical. Her creators* remain anonymous, which she incomparably mystifies, as these qualities now run the risk of being revised by commercialization. WANDELISM e.V. invites you to discuss these and other points with leading figures from the Urban Art scene on the grounds of our current project “Hometown.Berlin”.

Performance

6.September 2018 – 20-22 Uhr

Following the symposium there will be a live painting performance by the artist and university professor of Middlesex University of London, Aldous Eveleigh. Performance: “Pop Jackson’s Bollock” Art Performance with Aldous Eveleigh Thursday, 6.September 2018 – 20-22h An explosion of colours! Two heads create a painting together! The world-famous performances of the British artist Aldous Eveleigh have already gone around the world! Now they finally come to us in Berlin in the Hometown Berlin. In the course of Urban Art Week, Wandelism brings the exceptional artist to Berlin. Aldous Eveleigh currently teaches visual arts as a “Senior Lecturer in Printed Textiles” at Middlesex University of London.

Artist:

Aldous Eveleigh