“The most radical revolutionary will become a conservative the day after the revolution.“

(Hanna Arendt)


With our program for 2018, entitled A Radical City, A trans focuses with greater precision on radical forms of expression and appearance in social and spatial contexts. It is hoped that a return to the roots (Latin: radix), to the originary, to the experience of extremes, will contribute to an expansion of horizons and a transformation of existing orientations toward life.

What are the roots of radicality, and what do we mean by the “radical city”?

It has been a long time since radical urban utopias were widely discussed. Yet one often reads that urban residents have become radicalized, or that entire urban districts have developed into No Go Zones as a result of radical tendencies.

Generally speaking, radicality can be seen as a catalyst for change. And a retrospective view of such transformations can make radicalism appear inevitable, even conservative.

In this series, the invited protagonists will reflect upon and redefine certain historical and utopian topics. Interrogated in the process in ways that go beyond individual disciplines, and through a variety of artistic approaches and working methods, will be a range of stereotypes, dogmas, and assumptions.

A trans strives to offer a platform to researchers into consciousness and for a multiplicity of approaches to the investigation of experimental tendencies that incorporate contemporary urban practices and identities.

The aim of A trans is therefore to foster the “radical” reorganization of existing beliefs and concepts leading toward artistic-architectural approaches that transcends individual disciplinary boundaries.


The collaborateurs in 2018 A Radical City series will be: Birgit Kjærsgaard (DK), Concha Argüeso (Berlin | ES), Living Room Project Berlin V with Marian Wjnvoord (Berlin | NL), Tomoyuki Ueno (Berlin | JP) und Mareike Lee (Berlin | CAN), Yona Friedman (Paris | FR), Alexandra Spiegel (Berlin)



Presented by the Network of Independent Berlin Project Spaces and Initiatives e.V.           at c/o KUNSTPUNKT BERLIN within the framework of the  Gallery Weekend 2018:

mp43 – projektraum für das periphere: Carola Rümper /„stamp alive“
Apartment Project: Sis Kollektiv / „His TV”
Artist Group Janzen/Sági/Torma: „All over the map“
iCollective: Stine Eriksen / „Choreography #2“


Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7 PM


27.4. — 13.5.2018   |   Open Fri – Sun 2 – 7 PM


Sunday, May 13, 2018



C/O KUNSTPUNKT BERLIN  Schlegelstrasse 6, 10115 Berlin-Mitte


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NO (B)ORDERS is to be understood as a universal political outcry coming directly out of the project space art scene. It stands for an open worldview, the artistic recapturing of urban space, as well as the preservation of autonomy and diversity for project spaces and initiatives. Four internationally active project spaces and initiatives were selected through an open call for this exhibition, based on artworks that are clearly positioned against discrimination and repression, instead displaying ways forward toward communication and freedom. The group exhibition allows not only for an encounter with different forms of reflection and expression, but also offers a space for spontaneous art actions and further discussion.


Friday, April 27, 2018, 7 PM
Performance // Janzen/Sági/Torma:
 Live Drawing-Performance „All Over the Map“ –the explosive power of collaborative drawing

Saturday, April  28, 2018, 7 PM
Performance // „His TV“ // Sis Kollektiv // Apartment Project: 
„Black on Black“ with Ceren Oykut & Fezaya Firar

Sunday, April 29, 2018, 3 PM
Artist Talk // „Choreography # 2” // iC ollective with Valeria Scharz and Peer Golo Willi

Sunday, April 29, 2018, 5 PM
Artist Talk // „stamp alive“ //  with Carola Rümper and Kirsten Wechslberger

Friday, May 4, 2018,  7 PM
Performance // „His TV“ // Sis Kollektiv // Apartment Project:
„Post Truth Spa Center-seance 01“ with Safak Catalbas und Ece Gökalp

Friday, May 4, 2018,  8 PM
Panel discussion // „His TV“ // Sis Kollektiv // Apartment Project:„If you stucked on the runway?” with Selda Asal, Julia Lazarus, Mehtap Baydu, Ezgi Kilicaslan, Özlem Sariyildiz
Moderator: Erden Kosova (art critic from Istanbul)

Friday, May 11, 2018, 7 PM
Performance // Janzen/Sági/Torma:
 Live Drawing-Performance „All Over the Map“ –the explosive power of collaborative drawing

Saturday, May 12, 2018, 7 PM
Videoscreening // „His TV“ // Sis Kollektiv // Apartment Project:
Videoinstallation „After Nature“ by Julia Lazarus,  with discussion after the showing.


Saturday, April 28, 2018, 2 PM (German)
Saturday, April 28, 2018, 4 PM (English)
Sunday, April 29, 2018, 2 PM (German)

Free Admission to all events, wheelchair accesible.


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Organized by Sandy Becker (Raum für drastische Maßnahmen), Susann Kramer (Kunstverein Neukölln e.V.), Oliver Möst (Axel Obiger), Isolde Nagel (A TRANS), Thomas Maximilian Stuck (G.A.S-station), Bettina Weiß (SCOTTY e.V.), Jole Wilcke (UNWETTER)


Concha freig


27. 1. – 6. 4. 2018



KM 13 showroom store

Kurmärkische Str. 13 in 10783 Berlin



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Thu – Sat     12 :00 – 19 :00 and by appointment




Saturday, 27. 2. 2017   18:00



Isolde Nagel,  A TRANS


Finissage + Happy Talk

Saturday, 7. 4. 2017   16:00 Uhr