Please Scream Inside Your Heart

19.-25.10.2020
Opening: 19.10.2020 / 17-21 Uhr
20. – 24.10. / 11-18 Uhr
25.10. / 11-15 Uhr

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Schönhauser Allee 161a
10435 Berlin

Clara da Cruz Mendes
Kaddi:H
Hannah Lansburgh
Raquel Sommer
Ana EloĂ­sa Sommer-Madison
Lisa Karolin Winzler

The title adopted for the six-person show is taken from instructions given by Japan’s Fuji-Q Highland amusement park. Upon its reopening in May 2020, the park released a four-minute video of two of their
unflappable business executives displaying proper roller coaster comportment to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission.

In the context of Berlin’s 14th Mental Health Week, the exhibition presents artistic positions in the form of video installations, paintings, collages and sculptures. Utilizing autobiographical, documentary and
sociocritical approaches for an open discourse on the visual arts, psychology, and treatment approaches, the artists offer room – in the words of Hannah Arendt – “to recognize and integrate the difference and diversity of people who together form a pluralist society.”

Woche den Seelischen Gesundheit

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Part Of Me

Krakenkopp

The real fear of depression isn’t dying, it’s living with yourself, forever.
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“I was so scared to give up depression, fearing that somehow the worst part of me was actually all of me. ”
Elizabeth Wurtzel

 

Good To See You

FellwesenBlick

(…)
“So good to see you.
I’ve missed you so much.
So glad it’s over.
I’ve missed you so much
Came out to watch you play.
Why are you running away?
Came out to watch you play.
Why are you running?

Shrouding all the ground around me
Is this holy crow above me.
Black as holes within a memory
And blue as our new second sun.
I stick my hand into the shadow
To pull the pieces from the sand.
Which I attempt to reassemble
To see just who I might have been.
I do not recognize the vessel,
But the eyes seem so familiar.
Like phosphorescent desert buttons
Singing one familiar song…”

Tool – Third Eye

Genug Menschen

Einsamalleinsein

“Warum eigentlich macht mich die Einsamkeit verzweifelt? Es gibt ja Menschen genug, die ich um mich haben könnte, wenn ich sie rufe. Aber ich will sie alle nicht.”
Fanny GrÀfin zu Reventlow
deutsche Schriftstellerin, Malerin und Übersetzerin (1871 – 1918)