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DADA POST Presents:

Moabiter Dichter trifft Dada Post

5 o'clock tee im Garten

30.08.2015 um 17 Uhr

Dr.Nora Gaydukova (Projectleiterin)
Saadi Isakov
Gabriel Victor Berger
Nipomuk Ullmann
Elena Jamov
Emanuel John
Polina Khubbeeva
Georg Gabriel Potzies (Gesang mit Gitarre)

Ausstellung Foto&Bilder aus der Antologie "Schloss Moabit" Elena Jamov, Sofia Koroleva, andere Buchautoren


Saturday, 27. September 2014,19:00
Improvised music with:
*The Dead Fish Trio*

Edith Steyer - Alto Saxophone, Clarinet
Charly Birkenhauer - Vibraphone
Berit Jung - Bass


From Copenhagen:

First International

Berliner Soup May 30, 31 and June 1st, 2013


One of the tastiest of art events taking place in the German capital is the First Annual BERLIN SOUP FESTIVAL, May 30 to June 1, from 2PM to 12 midnight each day, with workshops from 2PM to 8 during the day & showtime from 8 to 12 midnight in the sprawling DadaPost innovative space, Nordbahnstrasse 10, 13409 Berlin, Germany.

Artistic Directors/Curators of the event are:

Copenhagenites Jesper Dalmose, Lennox Raphael, and Alex Choub.

From Berlin: Martin Lau, Flemming Borby, Alan Bestle, and Mena Koller & Theresa Rath.
From London: Anders Kjærgaard
From Zurich: Julian Layn.
From Belgium: Lazara Rosell Albear.

From Copenhagen: Chris Calmer, Dokswell M, Jesper Dalmose, Lennox Raphael, Alex Choub, Lars Kræmmer, Octavian Neagu, Søren Tougaard, Lars Høeg, Tove Vestmø, Charlotte Petersen, Sanne Amanda Sommer, 2020 VISIONS DK, Yong Sun Gullach and Jens O. Magnussen.

Dada Post, Nordbahnstrasse 10, 13409 Berlin

For additional information please contact:

Martin Lau
Telefon: 030/98367753
Mobil: 0172/3928936

Jesper Dalmose
Telefon: +45 22364905

Dada Post, Nordbahnstrasse 10, 13409 Berlin

Directions by S-Bahn:
S-1 (Direction Oranienburg) and S-25 (Direction Hennigsdorf), to the Schönholz station.

Please note: If you take the S-Bahn be sure to exit at the Schönholz station – not the Wollankstrasse station.


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Sunday 19 September - 17:00 UHR, 2010
The Art of Potluck

POTLUCK |?pät?l?k| noun used in reference to a situation in which one must take a chance that whatever is available will prove to be good or acceptable : he could take potluck in a town not noted for its hotels.

• a meal or party to which each of the guests contributes a dish : [as adj. ]a potluck supper.

Sunday, 19 September @ 17:00 UHR (performance at 18UHR) you are invited to the art of potluck: an artistic community gathering and performance (the first of many POTLUCKS to come)

sponsored by dadapost
organized by kate hers

Potluck golden rule: each person must bring a HOMEMADE dish to share. it must be your own creation, it CANNOT be store bought.

You may bring friends as long as they respect the potluck golden rule

18UHR Special Reading by Giovanni Frazzetto. Please make sure to come before the performance begins to share your special dish and take part in eating!

Giovanni Frazzetto was born and grew up in Sicily. After high school he moved to London to study science and then lived in Germany and France. In 2008 he was awarded the John Kendrew Young Scientist Award for his efforts to promote interdisciplinarity across science, art and the humanities. His science and literary writings have appeared in Nature, EMBOreports and more recently in SAND- Berlin’s English Literary Journal. He now lives between London and Berlin where he is writing his first collection of stories entitled ‘In between worlds’.


Break on Through to the Other Side…

A screening of Chinese artists performance videos

at the DadaPost Gallery, Nordbahnstr.10, 13409, Berlin
Saturday 24th April 2010 at 7:00pm,
repeated Sunday 25th at 5:00pm.

‘China Art Criticism Network’ (CACN) and the DadaPost Gallery have joined together to present selected works from ongoing research into Chinese performance art. The screening will show performance work produced in the last six years or so and will last approximately 2.5 hours, including an intermission. A bar will be open for refreshments during the event.
A small archive of additional material available for more leisurely browsing on terminals can be accessed by computer on request.

The works were submitted in response to a call inviting Chinese artists’ to submit existing or new video which, in the spirit of the Doors iconic song Break on Through to the Other Side… challenged or referenced the concept of movement between, through, and/or the overcoming of boundaries, limitations and resistances. In this context ‘boundaries’, ‘limitations’ and ‘resistances’ were open to the broadest possible interpretations as tangible and/or intangible entities, i.e., physical/mental/spiritual; human/animal, individual/collective, animate/inanimate, East/West, etc.

The impetus for this initiative was the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 2009. The 1989 fall of the Wall was famously epitomised by Francis Fukuyama as marking the “end of history” for the way that it brought to a close the struggle between Soviet-style East European communism and Western market-led liberalism, with the latter succeeding the former. Fukuyama’s outrageous hyperbole concealed the fact that the very event precipitating its use also ushered to the fore another, arguably larger, historical narrative: Globalisation. Since 1989, this ‘new’ world history in the making, administered through an alliance between Western neo-liberal and Chinese socialist-market ideologies, has produced twenty years of rapacious economic expansionism, overseen by China’s emergence as the ‘workshop of the world’ and a global power.

However, with the international financial crisis abruptly exposing the effervescent and illusive structures on which this partnership was cast, the crucial question now is whether we are fated to see the old East-West binaries buried along the fault lines of the Berlin Wall de-interred and brought to life around a negative dialectic of Sinic and Western cultures, as outlined (for example) by Samuel Huntington in his ‘Clash of Civilisations’ thesis. Or, whether a recast alliance between East and West that can encourage a new and responsibly sustainable era of development is possible. “Break on Through to the Other Side…” is conceived as a modest attempt to engender the associations between China and the West that might help to bring about the latter option.

Malcolm Ferris and Marcel Hager

CACN is a not-for-profit academic research project into contemporary Chinese art currently based at Plymouth College of Art, UK.