Last night we had our very fist print (as in — offline!) exhibition at the temporarily set up football location Studio B in Mitte. When we were asked to participate for one night we decided to use the plattform and the big white walls to put our work on display. During the past two weeks we have produced a couple of series, all aligned within the subject of “Cages” in Berlin, those grubby fenced football pitches spread across the city.
Don’t worry though if you’ve missed out on our little first-try. We will probably be heading over to ArtConnect Berlin with our prints for the 48 Stunden Neukölln event on the weekend. We will let you know as soon as we know more about that. But in any case, we might just as well post the pictures online soon, so stay tuned.
We had a really good time setting up and preparing for a relaxed evening. Our friends came and hung around with us, even those who couldn’t care less about the footy — thanks for sticking with us anyway. But even when we’re not hosting you should definitely consider Studio B to watch some of the thrilling matches. It’s comfortable, creative and easy to get there. Check out their schedule and be early to squat some of those AWESOME comfortable couch-bed-thingies.
Thanks to everyone who made it happen!