Curated by Stephan Klee

Fri 30 Jun 4 – 9 pm

Opening hours
Wed – Sat  2 – 6 pm
and by appointment at
Free entrance

Frontviews at HAUNT
Kluckstraße 23 A / yard
D - 10785 Berlin
made possible with the great help of KUNSTFONDS BONN and the initiative of the whole collective. Thank you very much.

Installation View , Claudia Mann, Ulrike Mohr, Jörg Gelbke, David Zink Yi, Spiros Hadjidjanos


Fri 30 Jun 4 – 9 pm
with a walk-through and an introduction
of the exhibition by Stephan Klee  at 4 pm

Sculpture Symposium II
Sat 1 Jul 2 – 6 pm
New ideas, strategies and concrete examples of
process-oriented and ecologically-integrative sculpting

Sculpture in times of climate change and ecological collapse.

Dr. Almut Hüfler will be talking with the artists Jörg Gelbke, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Claudia Mann, Ulrike Mohr, David Zink Yi, the curator Stephan Klee and gardener Gabriele Koll about the role of sculpture in the years ahead: What are the challenges and chances of sustainable art production? Are there lessons to be learned from gardening?
1. presentation of the exhibition in the courtyard of HAUNT
2. discussion group in the garden of the Kiezvilla Lützow
3. concluding meal
Please reserve your attendance at
Guided Tours
Mon 3 Jul 5-6 pm &
Mon 10 Jul 5-6 pm
The gardener Gabriele Koll and the curator Stephan Klee
will introduce the visitors to the exhibition and guide
them together through the gardens of the neighbourhood.
Please reserve your attendance at
Sun 17 Sept 2 – 7 pm

Concrete#3: ground works
From the earth into the earth. New sculptural processes in which nature is considered from the very beginning.

ground works is a new sculptural format, in which the change of our environment and the resulting urgent questions of dealing with resources, as well as the general coexistence, are consciously thought through artistically.

Think globally, act locally. This important approach becomes the proverbial basic idea here in a very conscious and direct way. Sculptural processes are created directly on-site, working with the place, with the earth, with nature, completely in the immediate surroundings and thus also involving the neighbourhood, the familiar places of the residents.

Keeping the ecological footprint, and a positive environmental balance in mind, necessarily also means thinking differently about the materials and the places of art.

In this way, works of art are created completely organically, with nature and in nature, which quite literally grow out of the earth in our neighbourhood, and consciously integrate themselves into the living ecological and social fabric on site.

Frontviews at HAUNT
Kluckstraße 23 A / yard
D - 10785 Berlin
Free Entrance

Public Transport
Bus Linie M48 or M85 from Potsdamer Platz/ Busstop
Lützowstr./Potsdamer Str. and a 4 minute walk // U-Bahn
Kurfürstenstraße Linie U1 and U3 and a 6 minute walk // M29 Busstop Gedenkstätte Dt. Widerstand and a 2 minute walk.

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related links: Jörg Gelbke / Spiros Hadjidjanos / Claudia Mann / Ulrike Mohr / David Zink Yi