16.11.2018 - 18.11.2018

Floor: Dennis Meier, Combine Drawing (2016-2018), marker on tiles, 132x150cm / Corner: Zora Kreuzer, Module (2018), wood, coloured fluorescent tubes, 70x40x40cm / Wall: Guido Winkler, A View (2014), acrylics on wood, 53x88cm + Transition - Diamond Space (Green) (2018), acrylics on wood, 122x58cm. Exchange Berlin, IS-projects presentation on 2nd floor Kühlhaus Berlin

Exchange Berlin, presentation IS-projects on 2nd floor (Click next to see seperate images)


Sluice Exchange is a peripatetic biennial expo which this November brings approximately 20 visiting galleries and projects to Berlin. Sluice, in partnership with Das Institut für Alles Mögliche - both non-profit arts orgs with a focus on supporting the artist & curator-led sector - will stage a three day event for galleries and projects that share similar foundational ideologies of independence and artistic engagement. Each participating Berlin-based and international gallery will combine to present a weekend of exhibitions, performances, talks & screenings. Whilst the UK is in the throes of disengagement from the EU - 2018 is an opportune time for a joint UK/EU initiative to deliver an internationally focused event. The expo ambitiously represents the independent art world by examining how global political developments impact on artists at a local level. The Sluice expo looks past current nationalistic trends to interrogate possible futures.

Sluice connects and promotes artist/curator-run and non-profit galleries and projects – globally. These projects are often isolated by lack of financial resources. EXCHANGE BERLIN leverages one asset that we do possess – the network and the will to act collaboratively to stage events beyond the capability of each of us individually.

EXCHANGE BERLIN is officially affiliated to the British council's UK/Germany 2018 season

Location: Kühlhaus, Luckenwalder Straße 3, 10963 Berlin Dates: 16 – 18 November 2018
Times: 16 NOV 1900 - 2200
17 + 18 1100 - 1900

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