Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin | A Room for the Arts in Berlin-Wedding

From April to November in the Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin, we have a great series of art exhibitions and interdisciplinary events for you.

We also collaborate on multi-media events with our fellow Wiesenburgers
Tanzhalle Wiesenburg

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Die Wiesenburg


Every Sunday at 3pm in English or German.
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17.09 | 20.00 ANDRONYM IN CONCERT  Josefine Androvic (M)
18.09 – 3.10  RARE SUN Arryn Snowball (A)
25.10 – SPIROGRAPH NO II – Valérie Inertie/ Chatschatur Kanajan/ Thomas bo Henriksson (A | M)
26.09 | 19.00 CLASSICAL SUNDAY  Shasta Ellenbogen and friends (M)
01.10 | 20.00  FASHION OF SECULAR SOCIETY  Wolf Son, Mimi Bork and others (A | D | P | M | T | F)
02.10. | 19.00  INSTANT COMPOSITIONALITY #1  Artists from Berlin’s diverse performing scenes 

9.10 – 31.10  VANREYBER Heather Allen, Sara Björnsdottir, Elizabeth Russell, Silke Thoss (A)
6.11 – 28.11 
MADE IN WERKHALLE WIESEBURG Artworks created in the Werkhalle 2017 – 2021 (A)
4.12 – 19.12  125 YEARS DIE WIESENBURG, opened 13.12.1896 (A)
A = Art | M = Music | D = Dance | T = Theatre | P = Performance | F = Fashion

ANDRONYM in concert

A project by Josefine Androvic

17.09.2021 | 20.00

Andronym live and online
– 20.00 Dane Joe
– 21.00  21.20 Andronym 5-Strings Theory
– 10.30 / 10.50 LVJ


Rare Sun

18.09. – 03.10 2021 

Opening 18.09.2021 | 18.00

21.00 Musical Performance on opening night by Black Milk and Evil Mothers 

Artist’s Statement: For the last few years I’ve painted in response to a body of poems by Nathan Shepherdson. Nathan wrote the seventy-seven Slack Water poems in 2017, using Grant’s Guide to Fishes as material and ground. Nathan draws on Ern Grant’s marvellous language, to build a strange universe with its own peculiar physics, where the relationship between fish and fisherman, sky and horizon, surface and body, are inverted, fragmented and re-imagined. Grant’s epic Guide has over eight hundred pages, each page about a different fish. The title of each poem is a page number, and each poem is made from words found in the text on that fish. The poems are powerful, abstract, visceral, and the ocean swells within them.

I started by painting text from the poems, playing with the rhythm of words and allowing the patterns of letters to evolve into large abstract painting.  I started working with colour for the first time in many years. Working from the Slack Water poems gave me a different access to the Pacific than what a more literal approach might have done. I sank into them. Shepherdson’s poetic images tangled with my memories of fishing on the coast as a kid, of time spent out on the reef, on beaches, headlands, tidal flats, at mouth of estuaries.

I think of these little watercolours as traps for light and colour, as vessels to hold the poet’s metaphors and the meanings that might be found in them. I imagine atmospheres at different times of day, fragments of sky and horizon. I imagine reflections from above and below the water. I imagine the pull of the wind and the tide, the glare across the shallows and the glint in the depths. I pretend that I’m pulling the surface of the water up onto the wall, to make a window across hemispheres. I pretend these are the windows of a fish chapel to offer prayers for the suffering reef and coast. I pretend these windows are also mirrors that reflect the ocean within. This process has been my fishing while here in Berlin, my contact with the Pacific coast, with home.


Cyr Wheel Painting Music Performance

Valérie Inertie/ Chatschatur Kanajan/ Thomas bo Henriksson

25.09.2021 | 20.00

Spirograph No. I


Shasta Ellenbogen and fellow musicians

26.09.2021 | 19.00

The History of the Wiesenburg

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