With “Green Roller”, the Spanish artist and self-proclaimed street worker AÏDA GÓMEZ refers to the technique of simply painting lawns in drought areas green. She pointedly addresses water shortage, climate change and the question of our relationship to nature: “Of course, we can continue painting the nature, but a forest doesn’t ́t develop in that way.”
ANNA T IRON’s Mural “always and forever” shows her style as a versatile illustrator, typographer and street artist – the Hamburg-based artist draws brightly coloured surfaces full of lettering, patterns and structures. Joyful in the here and now, thrown retrofuturistically onto the wall.
In his large-scale mural “Die weiße Rose”, ARKANE transfers a photograph ofTraute Lafrenz and Hans Scholl, members of the resistance group “Die Weiße Rose” in Nazi Germany, into the present – and raises the question of what resistance may look like tomorrow and against what it must be put up.
Take a seat on the “Face Corner” by BONA_BERLIN: A wide variety of colours, shapes, styles and materials, this time somewhere between sculpture and seating. People can be discovered again and again – in this work they’re especially colorful.
Objects, painting, installation: DARKO CARAMELLO NIKOLIC’s works take up the space, build it up and redesign it. Using wood and ideas, he constructs colour, structure and surprise – with each building anew: his sculpture “Abweg” leads into colourful discoveries.