We would like to spend a nice evening with you in our exhibition, but unfortunately Corona forces us to change our plans and with a heavy heart we have decided to postpone the LABissage. We will keep you posted and inform you as soon as a new date is fixed. Thank you for your interest and understanding!
As the saying goes, everything new comes in November. And so in our exhibition at the former Tempelhof Airport, new meets old and we give an interactive insight into our projects and working methods. We are taking our exhibition to the next level with 3 new exhibits – from artistic animations to realistic prototypes, everything revolves around the utopian city of the future!
Our “LABissage” combines the classic vernissage with an exciting contribution to the topic of utopia.
The new exhibits:
Carbon Cycle City The artist duo Neonature, consisting of Johannes Fuchs and Kassandra Huynh, use their art to design a future in which people and nature live in balance. Their 360° Virtual Reality will be accompanied by audio narrations about emerging and visionary technological initiatives working towards a carbon neutral city.
Visual Utopia The Hamburg artist Jan Kamensky started the project “Visual Utopias” in 2020, which is all about utopian animations. The utopian perspective should not only seduce us into dreaming of a better future, but also specifically sharpen our view of the present. In our exhibition we present you his vision of a car-free Skalitzer Straße.
The Kottiflow In our Summer School this year, the students dealt with the interface between innovative technology and livable urban development with a great deal of research spirit. This resulted in the Green Wave assistant Kottiflow, which is intended to help cyclists reach their destinations more fluently and safely.
On November 1st we invite you to our celebratory opening evening at CityLAB! Among other things, the artists themselves will present their projects. What could the sustainable Berlin of tomorrow look like?
4.30 p.m.: relaxed arrival
5 p.m.: Aperitif
5.30-6.00 p.m.: Keynote speech tba
6.15-7.00 p.m.: Presentation of the new exhibits
from 7.00 p.m.: MeetUp & stroll through the exhibition
In order to be there, registration is required.
The event will take place in regularly ventilated rooms, but we recommend wearing a mask.