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SEE ARTWORKS UNFOLD LIVE AT THE UNDERGROUND POP-UP CANVAS BAR

SEE ARTWORKS UNFOLD LIVE AT THE UNDERGROUND POP-UP CANVAS BAR

The tunnels beneath Potsdamer Platz will serve as more than just a transit point this weekend (18.-21.10.2018), when a disused section of the U3 line will be turned into a space for creative experimentation. Selected artists will create works live in front of visitors’ eyes: taking part are Mary Lennox and her incredible floral creations, lettering extraordinaire Stefan Kunz and calligrapher Sigrid Artmann, illustrator and designer Olaf Hajek, paper artist duo Lacy Barry & Cris Wiegandt, aka Crizilla & Delassey, and painter Paul Schrader (who will also host a keynote workshop on 20.10. at 18h.) Having gleaned inspiration from experiencing the artists at work up close, you’re invited to turn your attention to the art of drinking at the “Cocktail Finishing” studio, where you can experiment with flavors and colors to create your own unique twist on the classic Bombay Sapphire gin and tonic at the “tonic wall”. You even have the chance to take the artworks they’ve witnessed being made home with them — each piece will be sold on the final day of the pop-up. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Bombay Sapphire, Mary Lennox)

Canvas Bar by Bombay Sapphire, U3 Station & Tunnel at Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten; map
Runs 18.-21.10.2018, Thu-Sat 18-02h, Sun 16-00h. Open to visitors aged 18+.
Tickets available here (including two complimentary drinks).

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WHERE CREATIVITY MEETS CONTENT & CONNECTIVITY

WHERE CREATIVITY MEETS CONTENT & CONNECTIVITY

Ever wondered how the likes of Wana Limar, Ace Tee, Sara Nuru and Gen Sadakane take great photos — right from their phones? Here’s your chance to find out: From 19.10.-15.11.2018, you’re invited to meet, share with and learn from a round-up of creatives at the top of their game in the temporary Google Pixel Studio in Mitte. Alongside an exclusive preview of the soon-to-be-released Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL (which don’t hit stores until 2.11.2018), a free and varied program of events — from portrait workshops and cooking classes to exhibitions and collection launches — invites you to step inside the creative world that inspired the phones’ creation. (Hint: it’s all about taking exceptional photos from the palm of your hand). Keep an eye on Cee Cee over the coming month for more — we’ll be profiling a selection of our favorite events in upcoming newsletters. Here’s a preview in the meantime. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Google Pixel)

Google Pixel Studio, runs 19.10.-15.11.2018, program.

Rosenthaler Str.36, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; map

Mon-Sat 12-20h

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FORECAST FESTIVAL — IMAGINING FUTURE POSSIBILITIES AT HKW

FORECAST FESTIVAL — IMAGINING FUTURE POSSIBILITIES AT HKW

A soundtrack to the post-human future, an experimental science fiction radio drama, a critical alternative to traditional museology presentation: When six emerging talents are mentored by six luminaries in their respective fields, the results are bound to be intriguing. In May 2018, the Forecast Forum saw museum director Tulga Beyerle, curator David Elliott, video artist Omer Fast, musician Holly Herndon, artist Laura Lima, and curator and producer Peter Meanwell each select one ascendant young artist to mentor on a project in their respective disciplines of film, sound, radio, exhibition design and artistic intervention. Now the ensuing results are being presented at Forecast Festival, held at Haus der Kulturen der Welt this Friday and Saturday (12.-13.10.2018). To top it off, on 13.10 at 18h, the festival will present a new transnational project, Housing the Human. Prototypes will be presented alongside discussions on possible future scenarios across architecture, urban planning and design. The future’s looking — and sounding — bright. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos (clockwise): Omer Fast, Chayanit Mathong (work by Alisa Chunchue), Frank Paul)

HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten; map
Forecast Festival: 12.10.2018, from 18h, 13.10.2018, from 14h
Housing the Human: 13.10.2018, 18h

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YOUR REALITY IS NOT MINE: STEP INTO TINA WINKHAUS’ VISIONS

YOUR REALITY IS NOT MINE: STEP INTO TINA WINKHAUS’ VISIONS

The work of German artist Tina Winkhaus is alluring and unapologetic in equal measure. Whether her lens is turned to wild animals, floral arrangements or celebrity lookalikes, her striking images subvert the divide between private and public, artistic and commercial. Now, in time for Berlin Art Week, Winkhaus has joined forces with Bikini Berlin to create a work you can experience from the inside. On the concept shopping mall’s second floor, you’re invited to step inside what appears to be a mirrored hotel room — an immersive sound and video installation that blurs the boundaries of both the space itself and your perception of it. Here, in the midst of chirping birds and flapping wings, the viewer becomes one with the environment, the concrete jungle blurs with luscious forests, and the outside comes in. What’s it all about? The clue is contained in this work’s title: “Your Reality Is Not Mine”. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: c/o Bikini Berlin & Tina Winkhaus)
Bikini Berlin, Budapester Str.42-50, 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten; map
Bikini Berlin x Tina Winkhaus “Your Reality is Not Mine

27.9-6.10.2018, 10-20h daily, Facebook event

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NATURALLY ARTIFICIAL: INDULGE THE SENSES AT PLATINUM SPACE

NATURALLY ARTIFICIAL: INDULGE THE SENSES AT PLATINUM SPACE

We’ve got your ticket to one of the many exclusive events on during Berlin Art Week — this one unlocks the door to the Platinum Space by American Express, a cultural pop-up hub dedicated to creative exchange, experiments, and “Platinum Xperiences” for the duration of September. Coming up on 27.9.2018 is a multisensory art performance which will see artist and chocolatier Kristiane Kegelmann present her series “Natürlich Künstlich” (“Naturally Artificial”) to the backdrop of a sound- and light installation by Oliver Dignal. Guests are invited to immerse themselves in, and taste, the artworks. The evening will be moderated by our own very Sven Hausherr. Email us for the chance to be there too. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos (clockwise): American Express, Kristiane Kegelmann)

American Express Platinum Space Berlin, Potsdamer Str.98, Berlin-Tiergarten; map
“Natürlich Künstlich” (“Naturally Artificial”) Edible Art Performance, 27.9.2018, 19h. Email us to win a double pass.

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