Program

Concrete Evidence: 1m
03.05.2015 – 03.05.2016
Hans-Baluschek-Park (Free admission)

The site-specific work is presented at the Hans-Baluschek-Park and will be visible for at least one year at the location situated between the Naturpark Südgelände, the S-Bahn station Südkreuz and the Berlin ringway A100. During the exhibition period, an event programme will be available with a thematic focus on the change and preservation in urban planning and the impact of artificial intervention in the natural environment.

Opening:

2nd of May 2015 between 16h and 19h at Hans-Baluschek-Park.
With Jutta Kaddatz, city district counselor of Education, Culture and Sports, Petra Zwaka, director of Museen Tempelhof- Schöneberg and Koen Haverbeke, general delegate of the Flemish Government in Germany.

Workshop Jugendmuseum:

Three day workshop for schools (class 9 and higher) starting July 2015.
For further information: www.jugendmuseum.de
Sign up through: mail@jugendmuseum.de