rechte Räume in Berlin Mitte

Rechte Räume in Berlin Mitte

Plattform-Launch und Diskussion

Following November’s city tours through Berlin Mitte which criticized racism and anti-Semitism, we will launch – together with experts in the fields of architecture, art, activism and research – a digital platform to make the knowledge generated about far-right spaces available to the general public. Launching December 10th, this website will be available for anyone interested in getting to know the city from a new perspective and exploring it on their own. The discussion following the launch centres on what can be derived for the future from the architecture observed and where exciting approaches are already being applied.

The platform

With (online) contributions by Wolfgang Brauneis, Verena Hartbaum, Tina Hartmann, Philipp Krüpe, Henrike Naumann, Kito Nedo, Philipp Oswalt, Stephan Trüby, Anna Yeboah et al.

We will also broadcast the event via livestream.

This event is part of ’61–’91–’21: Immer Wieder Deutschland, the accompanying programme for the exhibition Offener Prozess.

In cooperation with ARCH+
Rechte Räume ist ein Projekt von Philipp Krüpe / Stephan Trüby (IGmA, Universität Stuttgart) und Theater findet Stadt e.V. in Kooperation mit dem Maxim Gorki Theater. Es ist Teil der Initiative DRAUSSENSTADT, gefördert vom Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis sowie von der Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.