Thomas Behling

"Bessere Zeiten dämmern" – "Better times loom"

Thomas Behling: "Bessere Zeiten dämmern" – "Better times loom", 2016, 92 x 72 x 16 cm

"Das Gute Leben – Utopien für Auge, Ohren, Nase, Geist" – "The good life - utopias for eyes, ears, nose, mind"

The exhibition "The Good Life - Utopias for Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mind" is part of an exhibition series that deals with ecological problems and follows the exhibition "Transformation". After many criticisms of unsustainable life in society, the exhibition tries to formulate a vision, a positive utopia.

objects, images, audio, installations, video by:
Tom Albrecht, Thomas Behling, Lioba von den Driesch, Mariel Gottwick, Stephan Groß, Maria Korporal

Vernissage Sat. May 5th, 2023, 7 p.m.: Introduction by Şehnaz Layıkel Prange

Exhibition 5.5. –16.6.2023

Program (standard language at all the events will be German):
Fri. May 12, 7 p.m.: Artist talk The artists talk to guests about their works.
Tuesday, May 23., 7 p.m. Workshop for artists and exhibition organizers “Sustainability as a topic for works and exhibitions”, moderated by Tom Albrecht
Fri. May 26, 7 p.m. Reading: “Klimazukünfte 2050” by Robin Bergauf and Burkhard Wetekam. The authors question the utopian aspects of climate futures. What vision can a computer develop, what promises lie in the construction of artificial, self-sufficient countries in the ocean? At the end of April, the anthology “Climate Futures 2050”, which emerged from the literary competition of the same name, was presented at the Leipzig Book Fair. We are pleased to be able to present the book in cooperation with the Hirnkost publishing house as part of our exhibition. Publishing director Klaus Farin and Stephan Groß will moderate.
Fri. June 2, 7 p.m. Lecture with discussion: Scientists for Future, Prof. Dr. medical dr phil. Michael Rapp, Uni Potsdam “The good life for you and the planet”
Fri. June 16, 7 p.m. Finissage with music performance by Kopi Kaputa: “Last but not least”

GG3 Sustainable Art Gallery
Leuschnerdamm 19
10999 Berlin Kreuzberg

Opening hours: Tuesday and Friday 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
admission free