All inclusive

24.11.2017 – 2.2.2018

Open fridays 5 pm – 8 pm

Tor mit Touristen

Gate to utopia, C Geeske Janßen

All inclusive as a principle of carelessness

Holiday in Egypt as a All inclusive package. Once paid the rest is done by itself. You can use the voucher carrier instead of the wallet and the immediate relaxation can be started. This is followed by a travel report in the exhibition space, which turns the thematic worlds of real and non-real realities into a tour of the all inclusive principle. Free according to the motto: It is not all gold that glitters.

Marketing in HolidayCheck

“Excellent 4 star hotel by the sea
….If you want an excellent 4-star hotel by the sea in Sharm El Sheikh / Ras Um El Sid, the Aqua Blu Sharm el Sheikh is an ideal choice.
This hotel is one of the 2014 Quality Quality Award winners. The area is home to the monument to the victims of the French plane crash as well as Ras Om El Sid beach and the Sharm el Sheikh dolphin.

Three artists present their view on All Inclusive:

Laura Därr, Geeske Janßen and Rahel Zaugg

Installation, Objects, Video, Foto, Painting, Graphic

Interview with the Artsts (german, mp3, 22 Min.)

All Inclusive Artists

All Inclusive Artists (C B.S.)



Vernissage with temporary multisensory interactive installation by Laura Därr, Geeske Janßen and Rahel Zaugg

Fr. 24.11.2017, 7 pm

Artist talks Fr. 8.12.2017, 7 pm. The artists talk to their guests about their works.
The Artists are present.

22.12. and 29.12. closed

Lecture “Null Inclusive”, Alexander Bernhard 19.1.2018, 7 pm in german language. A critical examination of mass tourism and examples of sustainable travel.
Born in 1984. After studying languages and communication in Marburg, Cape Town and Dresden, he lived in La Reunion and published the book “Bravado” about the traveling.
The Artists are present.

Finissage Fr. 2.2.2018, 7 pm
The Artists are present.

Is “All Inclusive – Travel” sustainable?

TUI says: “Local people benefit in many ways – much more than other forms of tourism … jobs, income, career opportunities, access to key customer segments.” But the results of the study cited by TOURISM WATCH are both within GTZ, which carried out the study, as well as among NGOs and tourism experts controversial. We also ask if the long flights are sustainable for a short vacation time with their CO2 emissions?

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Farmer eyeing Industry

Hay in Plastics

Hay in Plastics – © Tom Albrecht

The exhibition “Farmer eyeing Industry” deals with a current process which is not sustainable. Small and medium-sized farms must defend themselves against agricultural factories and investor farms. Therefore, the farms and agricultural area becomes a commodity. The “Landgrabbing” robs land area by rising land prices. Newly built mega falls pollute the air and water and this leads to slurry tourism. Slurry is transported to other regions and countries where the groundwater is not yet so heavily nitrate-stabilized. Feed and dumping exports harm distant countries. The right to free seeds must be won. We see less insect spray on the car window as a visible consequence of insect killing. The biggest tractor is status symbol. Many “farmers looking for industry” because he hopes to survive and continues to be dependent on it.

For agricultural policy, its international institutions and also for private and public research, subsistence and smallholder farmers were for decades only regressive “phasing out” of preindustrial economics. “Wax or Dodge!” Was the capitalist and socialist progress, with few exceptions, for over 50 years “Only larger economic units are able to provide the necessary global increase in production through modern and streamlined cultivation methods, primarily through increased use of chemicals and machinery.” Quoted from World Food Report: Farming and Industrial Agriculture

This exhibition “Farmer eyeing Industry” has been publicly advertised internationally. When selecting applicants, we make sure that their works relate to the topic being advertised. Art and other sustainability is our theme. Future generations should have the same opportunities for a fulfilling life as we do. At the same time, opportunities for all people on earth have to be distributed more fairly. Sustainable development combines economic progress with social justice and the protection of the natural environment. To do this, we want to make a contribution with our artistic work through impulses to the public.

Farmer eyeing Industry

What do artists say about that process? Do you see alternatives? Many international artists applied for an exhibition participation. We thank you!

Exhibiting artists

Tom Albrecht, Sandra Becker, Susanne Gabler, Michael Hoepfel, Irene Hoppenberg, Esteban Lahoz, Gabriela Lesmes, Benna G. Maris, Lucie Stahl, Annette Stüsser-Simpson, Mari Terauchi, Sven Wieder, Regine Wolff

Their formats are object, photo, painting, graphics, video, installation. Two events complete with performance, lecture and discussion.


Exhibition – Talks
9.2. – 13.4.18

Demonstration: 20. January 2018, 11 clock, Berlin Hauptbahnhof: Wir haben Agrarindustrie satt!

Vernissage: 9.2., 19 clock, Ulrike Behn sets and discusses tarot cards intuitively on the topic “How is our agriculture?”

Opening hours: Friday 5 – 20 pm

Artists talk: 23.2.18, 7 pm

Lecture: Fr.23.3. , 7 pm. “Industrie frisst Bauern?” Jochen Fritz: Landwirt, Koordinator der Kampagne “Meine Landwirtschaft” und der “Wir-haben-es-satt” – Demonstration

Finissage 13.4, 7 pm


Projectspace of Group Global 3000, Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin


 Jury: Tom Albrecht, Maria Korporal, Curator: Tom Albrecht,


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