2011, Sun, Sep 11 — 2011, Wed, Sep 14

An Elixir Realigning

An Elixir Realigning, 2011 | © An Elixir Realigning, 2011

An Elixir Realigning, 2011 | © An Elixir Realigning, 2011

Streets are connecting lines. In the case of Invalidenstraße, that bond was cut when Germany was divided. Curator Deeksha Nath turns Invalidenstraße into the setting for a series of performances that aim to revitalize the meridian link between East and West. At seven locations along the street, an elixir will be brewed which stimulates and heals human as well as architectural bodies.

A performance with students of the Kurt-Schwitters-Oberschule: Lilian Kim Lukas, Aaron Schwägerl, Simón Troll.

Times and locations:
11.9.
15 h Geschichtspark „Ehemaliges Zellengefängnis Moabit“
12.9.
10 h Sozialgericht
13 h Sandkrugbrücke
16 h Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung
13.9.
17 h S Nordbahnhof
14.9.
11 h Invalidenstr. 6

Curator: Deeksha Nath (lives and works in New Delhi, India)
Artists: Sharon Chin (lives and works in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), Varsha Nair (lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand), Karla Sachse (lives and works in Berlin)

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