The History of the Wiesenburg
curated by Heather Allen
A fascinating icon in the social history of Berlin, the Wiesenburg opened as an independent homeless shelter in 1896. With time, it took on additional roles as a temporary potato warehouse, munitions production site, film set and more, culminating in its current development as a cultural and social location.
Performance referencing the Werkhalle’s original role as the shelter’s laundry.
Concept: Wilhelmine Horschig | Heather Allen
Washerwomen: Heather Allen | Lisa Daesler | Heidi Munck | Lisa-Marleen Maarten | Heidrun Zebdji | Sarah Wölker
Cello: Liron Yariv
Sound: Ole Ejnar Brolin
Video: Bojana Nikolic
We thank degewo or their friendly support of this exhibition
Thomas bo Henriksson
Winterernte – paintings produced by Thomas bo Henriksson during the winter of 2021/22