Screen Air Pavilion

Screen Air Pavilion 'The Screen Air Pavilion' is a temporary venue commissioned by insurgencias.net and created by GA Estudio & Popticum Collective. Sustained by air, it presents architecture as a tool of resistance, sensitive to social issues and serving the minorities

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Screen Air Pavilion will be traveling to Hamburg on March 28th to host the next public meeting of the "Parliament of Org...
13/02/2020

Screen Air Pavilion will be traveling to Hamburg on March 28th to host the next public meeting of the "Parliament of Organisms", a project by Club Real to be presented at the Stühlinger Kirchplatz as part of the Freiburg Festival 2020: 'Performing Democracy'.

INFO: "Jenseits der Natur_Volksherrschaft im Garten" | Beyond Nature, is a participatory immersive political theater project developed by Berlin-based collective Club Real, standing for the abolishment of the anthropocentric view of the world, where all living things from the snail to the chestnut to the nodule bacterium have the same political rights. Follow them: http://www.clubreal.de

13/02/2020

Video documentation of "Ecologies of Protest"
12-13 September 2019 at Ufer Studios
Realized by Renato Pérez Arancibia for insurgencias.net
Screen Air Pavilion: a creation of GA Estudio & POPTICUM Berlin
Curated by Paz Ponce, produced by Agora Collective in collaboration with ZK/U. Funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, under the Fellowship Program Weltoffenes Berlin

Agora & insurgencias.net presented during Berlin Art Week a two-day public program facilitating a workshops, a video map...
13/02/2020

Agora & insurgencias.net presented during Berlin Art Week a two-day public program facilitating a workshops, a video mapping artwork, a theatre screening, a fermentation bar and a panel discussion to share artist-led research projects from Latin American artists in Berlin dealing with environmental activism.

We invited to the stage artists: Gabriel Vallecillo (Honduras), Julia Mensch (Argentina) and Michelle-Marie Letelier (Chile), in conversation with Paz Guevara (Chile). As remote guests: YAMA Theater Collective (joining from Ecuador), Paola Ospina (joining from Colombia). As workshop facilitators: GA Estudio (Tomás García de la Huerta & Xaviera Gleixner, Chile).

“Ecologies of protest” was curated by Paz Ponce (Founder and director of insurgencias.net) and produced by Agora Collective e.V. in collaboration with ZK/U - Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik as project partners. The program is Funded by Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe in the frame of the Fellowship-program "Weltoffenes Berlin" and hosted by Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz.

More info: https://insurgencias.net/ecologies-of-protest-public-program-by-agora-at-ufer_studios/
Documentary: https://vimeo.com/367189282
Photo credits: Renato Pérez Arancibia (Chile)

Agora & insurgencias.net presented during Berlin Art Week a two-day public program facilitating a workshops, a video mapping artwork, a theatre screening, a fermentation bar and a panel discussion to share artist-led research projects from Latin American artists in Berlin dealing with environmental activism.

We invited to the stage artists: Gabriel Vallecillo (Honduras), Julia Mensch (Argentina) and Michelle-Marie Letelier (Chile), in conversation with Paz Guevara (Chile). As remote guests: YAMA Theater Collective (joining from Ecuador), Paola Ospina (joining from Colombia). As workshop facilitators: GA Estudio (Tomás García de la Huerta & Xaviera Gleixner, Chile).

“Ecologies of protest” was curated by Paz Ponce (Founder and director of insurgencias.net) and produced by Agora Collective e.V. in collaboration with ZK/U - Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik as project partners. The program is Funded by Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe in the frame of the Fellowship-program "Weltoffenes Berlin" and hosted by Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz.

More info: https://insurgencias.net/ecologies-of-protest-public-program-by-agora-at-ufer_studios/
Documentary: https://vimeo.com/367189282
Photo credits: Renato Pérez Arancibia (Chile)

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12/02/2020

Screen Air Pavilion's cover photo

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Screen Air Pavilion

“The Screen Air Pavilion” is a temporary architecture of social nature commissioned by Paz Ponce (founder and artistic director of insurgencias.net) to architects Tomás García de la Huerta & Xaviera Gleixner from GA Estudio (Chile), in collaboration with designer Erik Vögler and architect Maxie Schneider from Popticum Collective (Berlin). It was born from the need of hosting a public arts program produced by Agora Collective, an arts organization who had recently lost its project space in Berlin; in the context of struggle to secure spaces in the city for the production and presentation of experimental art. Driven by the collaborative desire to ‘open spaces of possibility’, the architects responded to these precarious circumstances creating a pavilion sustained by air, presenting architecture as a tool of resistance, sensitive to social issues and serving the minorities.

Through its structural qualities like mobility and extreme lightness, this soft architecture aimed to break the hegemony towards an open-source and instantaneous urbanism, with an added symbolic value: “a living building is proposed, interactive, fragile in its appearance and strong in its capacity”.

Between September 12th - 14th 2019, in the open courtyard of Ufer_studios in Berlin-Wedding, the Screen Air Pavilion embraced the activities of “Ecologies of Protest” - a public program to share artist-led research projects from Latin American artists in Berlin dealing with environmental activism. The project was supported by the Berlin Senate Deparment for Culture and Europe under the funding program “Fellowship Weltoffenes Berlin”.

The pavilion was assembled during a two day participatory workshop, “Subversive architectures”, facilitated by GA Estudio & POPTICUM, expanding into a shared pedagogical space with invited artists: Andressa Cantergiani (BR), Paula Elion (IL), Manuela García Aldana (CO), Melanie Rivera (PR), Roberta Vaz (BR) and Gabriel Vallecillo (HO).

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