Arne Schmitt

Arne Schmitt’s (*1984 in Mayen, lives in Cologne) art and photography expresses his interest in public spaces, and particularly in architectural entities and urban construction. For his first solo exhibition in a German institution, the focus will lie, among other things on a group of works dealing with the mining of basalt, the trading in it and its cultural significance. »

April 21 - July 08, 2018

Reinhart Koselleck's images of time

Reinhart Koselleck (1923-2006) counts as one of the most important German historians of the 20th century. He taught at Bielefeld University from 1973 until 1988. This professor of history became known, above all, for his history of concepts and his contributions to a theory of historical time. By contrast, scarcely anyone knows about the importance of images and figurativeness for his thinking about history. »

April 21 - July 08, 2018


Influenced by contemporary theory, historical scripts or socio-political changes the artistic texts become source-codes for various forms of presentation. Against this background, the exhibition, »Scripts«, focuses on writing as a model, the translation and appropriation of already existing texts, as well as their transformation in various media or visual forms. »

September 01 - November 04, 2018

Pakui Hardware

Pakui Hardware was founded by Neringa Černiauskaitė (*1984 in Klaipeda, Lithuania, lives in Berlin and Vilnius) and Ugnius Gelguda (*1977 in Vilnius, Lithuania, lives in Berlin and Vilnius) in 2014. They are interested in the close relationship between materiality, technology and economies. Central to their work is the question as to how far technology actually does alter economics and our physical/bodily perception of reality. »

November 17, 2018 - January 20, 2019


The international group exhibition is, therefore, risking a speculative look at the human species, where qualities such as vulnerability, imperfection or emotionality suddenly become its most important distinguishing features. It presents an accessible environment of video works, interventions in the exhibition space and performances to question and reflect our self-image as humans. »

November 17, 2018 - January 20, 2019