N G O R O N G O R O
1 May – 3 May, 2015
Lehderstraße 34 Berlin 13086
More than 100 Berlin-based and international artists, amongst them Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Mat Collishaw, Nasan Tur and Jonas Burgert, will participate in N G O R O N G O R O, a group exhibition which will run alongside the city’s gallery weekend in May.
The exhibition takes its name from a collapsed volcanic crater in Tanzania, on the border of the Serengeti. Almost undisturbed by human influence, it boasts a biosphere of unique diversity with Africa’s highest density of mammal predators and is listed as a natural and cultural World Heritage Site. Echoing this primordial ecosystem, the exhibition seeks to display a truly kaleidoscopic survey of artistic practise staged within the creative crucible of art’s origins – the studio.
The exhibition site, a former GDR semiconductor factory, comprises a number of architectural structures dating from different eras, including a turn-of-the-century power plant and the manufacturing halls from the 70’s. Today, it is a sprawling studio renovated over the past five years by a flourishing group of Berlin-based artists.
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