Berlin Homebase Festival: Mo money, mo problems (Aug. 17-19)

Posted filed underContemporary Art, Festivals, Germany.


The HB FESTIVAL brings together contemporary art & social change. Come chill with our homies at a home-themed art residency while they put their artistic investigations on show.

What‘s the word? 21 open studios, live DJs, music, performances, installations, conversations and more. It all shakes down at the HomeBase LAB in Pankow, Berlin (really: It‘s not that far). Don‘t forget the after party…

Opening: Friday, August 17, 19:00h – 23:00h

The Homies / International HB artists-in-residence (who have been living and creating at the HB LAB for three months) – Franky Cruz (USA), Moritz Geiser (DE), Eva Gjaltema (NL), Brett Gustafson (USA), Nathalie Lemoine (BE), Olga Karayakina (RU), Georgina Porteus (GB), Camila Rhodi (BR), Yuki Shiroi (JP), Julius Weiland (DE), Shintaro Yamakawa (JP). guest artists Grzegorz Lepiarz (PL) and Jennifer Morone (USA)

The Peeps – International HB Team (co-creating the HomeBase Project) – Anat Litwin (IL-USA) artistic director and founder, Heather McKee (USA) HB LAB director, Nikki Hendrikx (NL) HB LAB manager, Adrian Brun (AR) HB LAB curator, Bas Kools (NL) HB service director

Special guest performers – Baruch Gottlieb, Francesca Romana Ciardi, Mikala Hyldig Dal, Aleks Slota, Artiom Ordiyants, Rodrigo Alves & Maicyra Leao

August 17, 18 and 19, 2012
Opening Friday 17 at 19:00h – 23:00h
Saturday and Sunday 18-19 15.00h – 23.00h
After party on Saturday from 23.00h

Check out the website for the Festival program
www.homebaseproject.org
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info@homebaseproject.org
Thulestraße 54, 13189 Pankow, Berlin
Co-presented by ArtStars*

HomeBase Project – Concept Animation 01-2012

From the HomeBase Project Youtube Channel

About HomeBase LAB
Founded in New York City in 2006, the HomeBase Project is an international, non-profit artist-in-residency and research program that explores the notion of home through international site-specific contemporary art, community and social innovation. HomeBase seeks to foster the connection of society and experimentation in urban living.

The HomeBase LAB in Berlin was founded in 2010.

A new location of the HomeBase Project will soon be launched in Jerusalem in 2013.