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The group exhibition «Speichern» shows contemporary works by 40 artists in an empty granary in Potsdam.

«Speichern» shows 40 site-specific works from the fields of sound art, painting, object art, installation and video.

Abandoned Granary turns into Artspace

The granary in Potsdam, once a sign of progress, is now abandoned and unused. While the storage of grain was a condition for people settling down and thus the formation of larger social structures, a war in the granary of Europe is just ending decades of order.

What kind of storage is relevant in today's society? How do archives shape reality and history formation? The works negotiate approaches to social issues, decolonisation, feminism and ecology, beyond the concept of progress - the archive becomes a collective resonance space.

«Speichern»: Participating artists

The works in the group exhibition "Speichern" come mainly from the Berlin and Brandenburg area, but international artists are also represented. Presenting their works will be: Aline Schwörer, Anna Moskaletz, Annekatrin Posselt , Arni Valur Kristinsson, Artem Volokitin, Bianca Baalhorn, Cécile Wésolowski, Christian Thoelke, Christoph Bartsch, Felix Becker, Finja Sander, Florian Köhler, Franziska Pester, Helena Rauch, Jenny Alten, Josh Merlis, Kayla Elrod, Mahdad Alizadeh, Marcus Große, Monika Funke-Stern, Nils Blau, Nina Lamiel Bruchhaus, Paco Höller, Phillip Langer, Phonoschrank, Rainer Menke, Sana Alkurdi, Selou Sowe, Susanne Ramolla, Tetiana Malinovska, Torben Laib, Tzeshi Lei, Udo Koloska, Ursula Döbereiner und Thomas Rehnert, Valeriia Buchuk and Witalij Frese.

At a glance

Former granary Rehbrücke
3 September 2022
11 September 2022
Opening hours
Saturday, 03 September 2022 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., then daily from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Admission Fee
Please note
The exhibition is not accessible to persons under 14 years of age.

Former granary Rehbrücke

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Last edited: 12 September 2022