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  • Image for Malte Kebbel –  Light Veins

    13.12.2022–28.02.2023

    Malte Kebbel – Light Veins

    Veins of light grow on the facade of the Galerie im Körnerpark like vine tendrils, reflecting the heartbeat of Neukölln with pulsating red light and curved aluminum shapes.

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  • Image for Sabine Kacunko – ST∆RDUST

    15.08.–22.09.2022

    Sabine Kacunko – ST∆RDUST

    ST∆RDUST is the sculptural replica of a microscopic grain that fell to earth 25 years ago with a meteorite. The sculpture can be seen around the clock in the Körnerpark in front of the café.

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  • Image for Kimberly Brooke Meenan – Scham

    24.06.–30.09.2022

    Kimberly Brooke Meenan – Scham

    from the series "Dreck in die Wunde"

    Scham is one piece from the series “Dreck in die Wunde”, which will grow over the next few weeks and consists of three exhibits throughout the west part of Körnerpark.

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  • runde goldene Installation schwebt vor der Galerie im Körnerpark

    06.12.2021–31.01.2022

    Jacqueline Hen – One´s sunset is another one´s sunrise

    Jacqueline Hen

    As a reference to the sun, which neither rises nor sets and shines even at night, the installation deals with the simultaneity of realities.

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  • Blick von oben auf das Kunstwerk

    09.–28.12.2020

    Elisa Dierson / Katja Marie Voigt – Floating Pollen Aerosol

    A gigantic pollen grain floats in the air in front of the gallery in Körnerpark. It is an oversized “plant aerosol.” The installation “Floating Pollen” brings pollen grains into macro focus – pollen circulates through the air, pollinates flowers and is inhaled by us.

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  • Eine Vase aus Pappe in grünem Ton und einem Vogelmotiv auf der Balustrade mit Blick in den Körnerpark im Hintergrund

    24.10.–15.11.2020

    Maria & Natalia Petschatnikov – Garden Porcelain

    Inspired by the opulent ornamentation of the neo-baroque oasis, artists Maria and Natalia Petschatnikov created decorative flower vases painted with imaginative historical motifs to take the place of the plant pots on the balustrade out front.

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