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We are delighted to announce the release of the online magazine EMBARK! - a new phase in our development.
EMBARK! gives voice to cutting-edge artists and inspiring thinkers - often pioneers - who represent the Zeitgeist, address the urgent issues of our time, dare to take uncharted paths and chart new ways forward for our world of tomorrow.
EMBARK! is an artistic project by Madeleine Schwinge, hosted and published by re:future Lab.
PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2021
Human Machine World - Art for the Anthropocene.
An exhibition cycle in two parts, accompanied by an eclectic program including artist talks, lectures, an edition and a curated culinary experience.
'A blink from sonic eyes -Drawings from the Fleeting Archive of Towards Sound' by Ruth Wiesenfeld. Sketches from 17 international composers. Curated by Jan-Philipp Frühsorge.
7 Oct - 30 Oct 21
'The Whole Earth 2045'
Johanna Bruckner (Zurich), Grégory Chatonsky (Paris) Parsons & Charlesworth (Chicago)
Curated by Madeleine Schwinge
6 Nov - 11 Dec 2021
Opening 5 Nov, 6 - 9
Artist Talk 8 Dec, 6 pm
Imagine, we could be the ones to change it all
The Psychedelic Chicks
Series of six multiples,
each in an edition of 20
Fine art print, 85 x 120 cm,
'Imagine, we could be the ones to change it all' consists of 6 multiples (concert posters) and is a call to action. It deals with modern redemption myths and the impact assessment of technological progress, human-machine hybridization, climate change, the power of imagination, potential of community, rituals for encouragement, and the quest for orientation.
Available as a single print or as a box set including all six prints.
EXPERIENCE - stay tuned!
We are thrilled to announce a series of experimental ART*CUISINE*PLUSX* events, each dedicated to a specific phenomenon and a future-linked topic. Presented in the streamline of one year, bookable individually or as a complete series, and supported by distinguished future advocates. The series is curated by Madeleine Schwinge and hosted by re:future Lab.
One of our main partners will be FISHKLUB. Margaux and her team bring sustainable fish directly from Bretagne to Berlin.
For the first event performance artist and professor for experimental sculpture, spatial art and body and space concepts, Stella Geppert, will interact with chef and culinary entrepreneur Vadim Otto Ursus Henselder under the theme of fermentation & empathy.
scheduled for 2022
Stay tuned for more information and date. Or drop us a line for pre-booking.
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ART & SPECULATIVE FUTURES
What, if art would be the medium to catalyze future transformation?
speaking at World Future Studies Federation, a UNESCO Partner
24. World Conference
Humboldt Carré, Berlin
Oct 28, 21
THE IMAGINARY TERRITORY
What do we find on the horizon when we change perspective?
A lecture on the edge of time. Re-shaping the future is not only an option, but an obligation. The lecture is about external crisis, inner distortions, fears and dreams, the potential of imagination and narration. Combining quotes and perspectives of future protagonists from art, design, architecture, science and philosophy with examples of a variety of artwork, plus her own essay-like thought fragments, Madeleine Schwinge performs an illustrative call for action.
Lecturer: Madeleine Schwinge
Nov 30, 2021
(postponed to 2022)
The art of making desirable futures tangible and sketching viable routes.
The workshop is about dreams and memories of the future, potentials and processes, change curves, turning points and transition zones. Based on art as exploratory method, curatorial and designing frame and systemic approach, participants will experience a practical guide for their daily hero's journey towards a better tomorrow.
Facilitator: Madeleine Schwinge
Dec 4, 2021
(postponed to 2022)
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