Fish, culinary overfished

Fish, (c) Evi Binzinger - Fish, culinary overfished

Fish, (c) Evi Binzinger

Exhibition – Performance – Talks

27.5.16 – 1.7.16

A traditionally tasty, healthy food.
Today, the plastic and the chemistry enter our bodies with the fish. The fish are caught by European distant water fleets from the coasts of Africa and harm the local fishermen: another reason to take refuge in the EU. Nets are dragged along the sea floor and crush everything which comes in their way. Stocks are overfished, so that in the Fish Guide only the carp remains as a recommended fish. On our lakes and coasts, besides the few local species the dealers offer imported pelagic fishes, which makes local shopping difficult. Now we get Fish, culinary overfished.

Artists show their work on this topic.

Tom Albrecht, Alfred Banze, Sandra Becker, Evi Binzinger, Petra Blume, Bernd Fuchs, Christiane Gaebert, Stephan Groß, Tera Johnson, Nicola Koch, Kranz / Miotke, Patrick Moser, Usch Quednau, Koen Soberon, Herbert Christian Stöger, Third Eye Factory, Anita Tschirwitz, Christine Vennemann / Margit Rusert, Jutta Weinhold.

Formats: objects, photography, graphics, video, performance

Program Fish, culinary overfished

Install: 24.5., 17-19:00

Opening 27.5., 19:00, Performance „DaDas Mahl 4.0 – ein Angelspiel – Fisch-Inges Fritze fischte frische Fische“: Petra Blume, Christiane Gaebert, Anita Tschirwitz, Jutta Weinhold

Artists’ talk: 3.6., 19:00, Artists of the exhibition talk with the guests about their works.

Lecture 17.6., 19:00, Veronika Kneissl, Greenpeace: „Fische, kulinarisch überfischt“

Veronika Kneissl: "Unsere Fische sind kulinarisch überfischt! Fish, Fish, culinary overfished

Veronika Kneissl: “Our fish are culinary overfished!”

Finissage 1.7., 19:00, “Macht’s gut und danke für den Fisch“
Musikperformance der AV Gruppe „Kopi Kaputa“. Lieder von Alfred Banze, Stephan Groß und Tabea Kurde mit Gesang, Gitarre, Autoharp, Bongo, Kalimba und Electronics.

Removal 5.7., 17-19:00

Location: Projectspace of Group Global 3000
Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Curator: Tom Albrecht