post-title NEWS: “badengehen”: dimension14 shows temporary site-specific art at the Kiebitzberge outdoor pool | 24.09.-09.10.2022

NEWS: “badengehen”: dimension14 shows temporary site-specific art at the Kiebitzberge outdoor pool | 24.09.-09.10.2022

NEWS: “badengehen”: dimension14 shows temporary site-specific art at the Kiebitzberge outdoor pool | 24.09.-09.10.2022

NEWS: “badengehen”: dimension14 shows temporary site-specific art at the Kiebitzberge outdoor pool | 24.09.-09.10.2022

Art in, on and around the water: from 24th September to 9th October, the regional artist group dimension14 invites you to its annual temporary art event south of Berlin. Eleven artists – including three guests – will present their site-specific works at the Kiebitzberge outdoor public pool in Kleinmachnow under the ambiguous motto: badengehen (meaning: to go swimming but also slang: to have bad luck).

Opened in May 1976, the Kiebitzberge outdoor swimming pool in Kleinmachnow was created in the course of a community competition outside of the state-imposed planned economy in the then GDR. A few volunteers and …

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Image above: The artist, Pfelder wants to install two screen-sized photographs of a dried-out swimming pool back-to-back, in contrast to the pool filled with water © Pfelder  

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