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DISCOVER YOURSELF THROUGH INTUITIVE PAINTING WITH THULI WOLF — RECOMMENDED BY ANNA FALCK-YTTER

DISCOVER YOURSELF THROUGH INTUITIVE PAINTING WITH THULI WOLF — RECOMMENDED BY ANNA FALCK-YTTER

As grown-ups, we often neglect those deeply anchored, fundamental things that do us good. One of them is painting – an activity we all do as children and which helps us establish a more sensual connection to our inner being. As the year draws to a close and a new cycle begins, it’s the ideal moment – not least given all the uncertainties in today’s world – to take time for ourselves and rediscover the power of our instincts. At Thuli Wolf’s Intuitive Painting workshop you will learn how to use your intuition to perceive yourself in new ways, thus gaining a better understanding of your mind. You join Thuli at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin, where alongside an intimate circle of 15 participants you are told how to listen to your subconscious so you can enter into a dialog with yourself. Then it’s time to express it: through paint. The three principles that guide Thuli’s work are empathy, trust and a value-free space that allows you to open up. After the painting is over, Thuli invites group members to think about the dynamic between the art and themselves – a sort of therapy session to conclude this meditative, fun experience.

Text: Anna Falck-Ytter / Photos: Pauline Bossdorf

Anna Falck-Ytter is responsible for all things digital media at C/O Berlin. In her free time she likes to explore Berlin’s cultural and music scene.

Stillpoint Spaces Berlin, Hobrechtstr.66, 12047 Berlin–Neukölln; map

Intuitive Painting workshop with Thuli Wolf, 04.12.2021 16h–19h30

@stillpointspacesberlin

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POWER POP AND CAR TECH — DRIVE LIVE EVENT WITH MOGLI AT THE VOLKSWAGEN NETWORKING LOUNGE

POWER POP AND CAR TECH — DRIVE LIVE EVENT WITH MOGLI AT THE VOLKSWAGEN NETWORKING LOUNGE

Mogli is not one to shy away from a challenge. Ever since she released her 2015 debut album, the singer-songwriter has shunned the record industry mainstream to make music on her own terms. Now, the 27-year-old artist is back with her latest indie album, Ravage, whose theme is one we can all identify with: finding courage and confidence in the face of an uncertain future. Accompanied by a groundbreaking 60-minute film, the album will be released in 2022 but you can get a special – live – preview of the new music at tonight’s edition of the Drive Live networking series (18.11.2021 from 18h30). Mogli will perform an intimate set to a small audience, giving you a sneak peek at her electro-influenced sound. The venue for the show is the Volkswagen Networking Lounge, where you can also enjoy after-work drinks, network with like-minded guests and explore the “Drive Progress” exhibition featuring the latest Audi car tech. Tickets for tonight’s event are strictly limited, so secure yours online now.

Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Kateryna Firsova & Giulia Daley

Drive Volkswagen Group Forum, Friedrichstr.84, 10117 Berlin–Mitte; map
Drive Live with Mogli 18.11.2021 from 18h30. Register for the event online.

@drive.berlin

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FINE CUISINE AND A CONVERSATION WITH GERMANY’S YOUNGEST MICHELIN-STARRED CHEF — DRIVE CULINARY TABLE TALK

FINE CUISINE AND A CONVERSATION WITH GERMANY’S YOUNGEST MICHELIN-STARRED CHEF — DRIVE CULINARY TABLE TALK

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant, you might have asked yourself: who are the men and women behind my meal? Giving you a glimpse into the life of a gourmet chef is the foodie-focused Drive Culinary “Table Talk” at VW’s Drive Salon next Monday (15.11.2021). Part-talk, part-gourmet dinner, the intimate event will host top chef Julia Komp, who became Germany’s youngest Michelin-starred cook in 2016 and now runs Sahila restaurant in Cologne. For the first part of the evening, you will join Komp in the Drive dining space as she tells the story of her ascent up the restaurant industry ladder and how she hung up her apron to go on a 14-month recipe-gathering trip around the world. After the talk you will take a seat at your table for a taste-based journey of your own with a three-course dinner courtesy of Jonas Zörner, head chef at the Michelin-starred Golvet on Potsdamer Platz. The meat and veggie menus include the likes of eight-day matured trout with hazelnut, mojo rojo and mojo verde, and a Jerusalem artichoke Chawanmushi with currant, carrot and pumpkin seeds. To accompany Zörner’s creations you will be served perfectly-paired wines to top off a gastronomic evening par excellence.

Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Kai-Uwe Knoth, Dallmayr & Kateryna Firsova

Drive Salon, Friedrichstr. 84, 10117 Berlin–Mitte; map
Mon–Sat 11–18h

Table Talk with Julia Komp, 15.11.2021 18h30. You can purchase advance tickets for the dinner in person at the Drive Salon and via email.

@drive.berlin

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DESIGN PIECES FROM THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT — POP-UP STORE WITH ANDREA ZITTEL AT SPRÜTH MAGERS

DESIGN PIECES FROM THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT — POP-UP STORE WITH ANDREA ZITTEL AT SPRÜTH MAGERS

For more than 20 years, American artist Andrea Zittel has lived in the desert near Joshua Tree National Park. Less than three hours outside of Los Angeles, the area could not feel further from the big city. Zittel has established herself in the wilderness with a home and an arts center where people can live, experiment and work together as part of her A-Z Westproject. With this community she explores a question that has always informed her work: how do we want to live and what material things are necessary to make that possible? Most of the collective’s necessary items are created on site from simple materials: ceramic bowls (called “A-Z Containers”) are shaped in the studios and used as all-purpose tableware alongside homespun carpets and textiles, and all serve as an ongoing meditation on the objects in our lives. Back in Berlin, Sprüth Magers is presenting these pieces not in a classic gallery exhibition, but as part of a pop-up store.

The space, which used to house the Image Movement store, seems almost purpose-built for this show: every bowl, garment and wall piece blends seamlessly into the wooden ambience, which is itself a work of art (created by Rosemarie Trockel and Thea Djordjadze). The recessed bookcases now house Zittel’s beautiful ceramics, some of which are painted white, others natural – each one unique. They are all made to Zittel’s specifications by the people who fill A-Z West with life. The pieces exist in harmony with each designer’s handwriting and style and the artist’s larger blueprint. Anything purchased from A-Z West directly supports the community: all proceeds flow back into the studios and directly benefit the artists who work there.

Text: Laura Storfner / Photos: Jonas Michel

Sprüth Magers Window, Oranienburger Str.18, 10178 Berlin–Mitte; map

Andrea Zittel: A-Z West Works, Pop-up Store, 13 & 27.11.2021, 11–18h. December dates will be announced in due course.

@spruethmagers
@andreazittel

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BARKIN’KITCHEN X C/O BERLIN: AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY MEETS JAPANESE CUISINE AT THE CULINARY ART NIGHT

BARKIN’KITCHEN X C/O BERLIN: AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY MEETS JAPANESE CUISINE AT THE CULINARY ART NIGHT

Little excites the senses more than delicious food and thought-provoking art, and the new edition of Culinary Art Night at C/O Berlin will combine those two pleasures for an evening of photography and great cuisine. The event begins with an exclusive guided tour of two current C/O exhibitions: U.S. photographer Lee Friedlander’s retrospective, which presents his six-decade-long exploration of the medium, and German-based U.S. photographer Peter Miller’s “Dear Photography”, where you can rediscover photo art through new eyes with Miller’s playful and experimental darkroom techniques. Afterwards, you can share your impressions and delight your palate at the C/O Berlin Café over a welcome drink and Japanese-inspired courses from the Barkin’Kitchen team with DJs providing the soundtrack. And there’s more: you can continue your C/O evening at Babylon Kino Mitte, where, at midnight, Peter Miller himself will be showing rarely-seen 16- and 35mm footage at the Videoart at Midnight screening. It’s a culture-packed program that leaves nothing to be desired.

Text: Jonas Michel / Photos: Barkin’Kitchen & C/O Berlin

Culinary Art Night: Barkin’Kitchen x C/O Berlin, Hardenbergstr.22–24, 10623 Berlin–Charlottenburg; map

19.11.2021, 18h30–23h. You can buy your tickets here.

@coberlin
@barkinkitchen

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