A fragment of your public space

Kunstverein Langenhagen, 7.2018–7.2019
What happens if Kunsthalle3000 gets invited by an institution? Noor Mertens of Kunstverein Langenhagen initiated a one-year collaboration that can be considered a field for experiments to extend the role, place and function of an institution. As an intervention within the institution Kunsthalle3000 will create situations located on the gap between institutional/private and public space.

October 16–25

Originally used as a bowling alley, Kunsthalle3000 transforms the premises of the Kunstverein Langenhagen back into a bowling alley. Come on over to bowling! Participation is free.

August 16–ongoing
Sergio Rojas Chaves: Plants in Residence

Costa Rican artist Sergio Rojas Chaves is strongly convinced that houseplants have an essential, yet hidden role in the lives of their owners. For Plants in Residency, he invites the audience to take a plant on a walk to the Kunstverein. Once arrived, the plants will become Plants in Residence, thus creating a botanical, and growing portrait of the city and its inhabitants. The art institution and its staff will be responsible for the plant's well-being. The residency lasts as long as the plants like their temporary home.

Freiraum für Gedanken und Bauwerke

During the summer project Freiraum für Gedanken und Bauwerke at Kunstverein Langenhagen, Kunsthalle3000 offered its materials to the various workshops that were all based on architecture and constructing: E.g. reinaard vanhoe and Enric Fort Ballester exchanged some of the reds bricks on the sidewalk in front of Kunstverein Langenhagen with the grey bricks of Kunsthalle3000.

Since July
A fragment of your public space

In July Kunsthalle3000 appeared for the first time at Kunstverein Langenhagen: 77 bricks have been placed inside the exhibition space marking and occupying an area symbolically. The amount and shape are based on Kunsthalle3000-Johannesburg, which took place in a field marked by missing bricks.