12 March 2017, Spring Sprouts
We are very happy to invite you to 3AM – Spring Sprouts.
Let’s welcome spring together with performances, readings, installations, book presentations, music, food and dancing!
when: 12.3.2017; starting at 19h
location: Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin
(u8: schlessisches tor, s bahn: treptower park, next to arena / badeschiff / club der visionaere)
RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/Wk3i5aBygkGF0y2n1 (so we know how many people are coming and if you want to help)
Richard Aslan & Christopher Gylee – durational performance
With Alex Carrillo and Ale Marzotto
Sasha Amaya & Murillo Basso – reading
Yin Cheng – performance
Wanda Dubrau – dinner performance
Jasna L. Vinovrški – performance
Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat – performance
André Uerba – durational performance
Martin Sonderkamp & Darko Dragičević – performance
with Jule Flierl, Siri Jøntvedt and Daniel Massey
Clément Layes – performance
with Cecile Bally, Asaf Ahronson and Nir Vidan
Emma Tricard – performance
with Tabea Magyar
Ethan Folk & Ty Wardwell – consultations
Nina Kurtela & Hana Erdman – video presentation
Dmitry Paranyushkin & Diego Agulló – book presentation
Bling bling Recycling Collective – interventions
Alexandra Zakharenko – DJ
Dreea LaKali – DJ
Aerodynamika – DJ
Lena Szirmay-Kalos & Jasna L. Vinovrski – hosting
Entrance free. Attention! The (orange) doors of the main entrance will be open only 5 times for 10 minutes every time: at 19:00, 20:00, 21.00, 22.00, 23:00 and 0.00.
As usual, we need help setting up the space, making it look good, running the bar, helping in the kitchen, joining the cleaning team, and being a supportive audience. We are making this experience together, so if you’re willing to help in, please let us know in the RSVP below!
We also ask all guests to fill in the RSVP, so that we know how many people are coming:
3 AM – Spring Sprouts is organized by Lena Szirmay Kalos and Jasna L. Vinovrski.
Funded by Senat Department for Culture and Europe
Supported by Flutgraben e.V.. Public in Private Studio, Special Agency Studio, Uferstudios and CHB- Collegium Hungaricum Berlin.
As you know, 3AM is an independent event with a focus on giving value to experimentation and local collaboration. Our frame stays purposefully open to allow for any new forms to emerge. We’d like to offer possibilities for artists to make “try outs” that could be useful for their artistic works, therefore we’d like to create an environment that welcomes doing, viewing and experiencing art in its on going creative process.
More about the 3AM background and idea you can find here: http://3am.events
Many thanks to all the participating artists!
Photos: Roger Rossel