Gerichtstraße 35
13347 Berlin
Anton Kiez
Das silent green Kulturquartier ist ein neuer Veranstaltungsort und ein unabhängiges Projekt, das in den historischen Räumlichkeiten des ehemaligen Krematoriums Wedding eine in Berlin einzigartige Heimat gefunden hat.In privater Trägerschaft versteht sich das 2013 gegründete Kulturquartier als geschützter Raum, in dem gedacht, geforscht und experimentiert werden kann. Die Schwerpunkte der Programmarbeit bilden Musik und Bewegtbildkunst.

Events

Stoffwechsel Teil 2 - Karrabing Film Collective
Heute um 11:00
As part of the Stoffwechsel project by Film Feld Forschung, silent green and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art present a retrospective of the Karrabing Film Collective. From Wednesday (August 21) until Sunday (August 25), its new audio and video installation 24 HOURS is shown in the courtyard of silent green.

FREE ADMISSION
Opening: Tuesday, August 20, 6pm
Wednesday, August 21 – Sunday, August 25
open: 11am–8pm

24 HOURS
24 Hours presents an outdoor preview of a Karrabing audio and video project exploring the ordinary obstacles Indigenous families face as they move through an ordinary day. Across four video panels, arranged to follow the path of the sun, a sonic landscape is layered with lyrics written by the collective and music directed by its younger members. 24 Hours dramatizes and satirizes the settler forms of governance and extractive capitalism that Karrabing members encounter over the course of a day.

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As part of the exhibition, Arsenal Institute shows further works by the Karrabing Film Collective:

Wednesday, August 21, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
THE JEALOUS ONE
WUTHARR, SALTWATER DREAMS

Thursday, August 22, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
WINDJARRAMERU (THE STEALING C*NT$)
WHEN THE DOGS TALKED

www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2019/august/21/article/7976/3003.html

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The Karrabing Film Collective is an indigenous media collective founded in 2010 and based at the upper end of the Northern Territory in Australia. They see themselves as a grassroots movement which uses its aesthetic practice as a means of self-organization. Their films show their lives, forge links to their land, and intervene in the global image of indigenousness. Their artistic language, situated between fiction and documentary as well as history and the present can be understood as a new form of collective indigenous action. The medium of film is a form of survival strategy – a refusal to renounce their own land and a means of exploring the social conditions of inequality.

With Stoffwechsel, a series of events, workshops, and exhibitions dealing with the materiality of film as a medium of memory and earth as an archive, Film Feld Forschung pursues its goal of using the interior and exterior spaces of silent green for theoretical and practical research into the medium of film.

Stoffwechsel Teil 2 - Karrabing Film Collective
Donnerstag um 11:00
As part of the Stoffwechsel project by Film Feld Forschung, silent green and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art present a retrospective of the Karrabing Film Collective. From Wednesday (August 21) until Sunday (August 25), its new audio and video installation 24 HOURS is shown in the courtyard of silent green.

FREE ADMISSION
Opening: Tuesday, August 20, 6pm
Wednesday, August 21 – Sunday, August 25
open: 11am–8pm

24 HOURS
24 Hours presents an outdoor preview of a Karrabing audio and video project exploring the ordinary obstacles Indigenous families face as they move through an ordinary day. Across four video panels, arranged to follow the path of the sun, a sonic landscape is layered with lyrics written by the collective and music directed by its younger members. 24 Hours dramatizes and satirizes the settler forms of governance and extractive capitalism that Karrabing members encounter over the course of a day.

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As part of the exhibition, Arsenal Institute shows further works by the Karrabing Film Collective:

Wednesday, August 21, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
THE JEALOUS ONE
WUTHARR, SALTWATER DREAMS

Thursday, August 22, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
WINDJARRAMERU (THE STEALING C*NT$)
WHEN THE DOGS TALKED

www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2019/august/21/article/7976/3003.html

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The Karrabing Film Collective is an indigenous media collective founded in 2010 and based at the upper end of the Northern Territory in Australia. They see themselves as a grassroots movement which uses its aesthetic practice as a means of self-organization. Their films show their lives, forge links to their land, and intervene in the global image of indigenousness. Their artistic language, situated between fiction and documentary as well as history and the present can be understood as a new form of collective indigenous action. The medium of film is a form of survival strategy – a refusal to renounce their own land and a means of exploring the social conditions of inequality.

With Stoffwechsel, a series of events, workshops, and exhibitions dealing with the materiality of film as a medium of memory and earth as an archive, Film Feld Forschung pursues its goal of using the interior and exterior spaces of silent green for theoretical and practical research into the medium of film.

Stoffwechsel Teil 2 - Karrabing Film Collective
Freitag um 11:00
As part of the Stoffwechsel project by Film Feld Forschung, silent green and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art present a retrospective of the Karrabing Film Collective. From Wednesday (August 21) until Sunday (August 25), its new audio and video installation 24 HOURS is shown in the courtyard of silent green.

FREE ADMISSION
Opening: Tuesday, August 20, 6pm
Wednesday, August 21 – Sunday, August 25
open: 11am–8pm

24 HOURS
24 Hours presents an outdoor preview of a Karrabing audio and video project exploring the ordinary obstacles Indigenous families face as they move through an ordinary day. Across four video panels, arranged to follow the path of the sun, a sonic landscape is layered with lyrics written by the collective and music directed by its younger members. 24 Hours dramatizes and satirizes the settler forms of governance and extractive capitalism that Karrabing members encounter over the course of a day.

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As part of the exhibition, Arsenal Institute shows further works by the Karrabing Film Collective:

Wednesday, August 21, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
THE JEALOUS ONE
WUTHARR, SALTWATER DREAMS

Thursday, August 22, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
WINDJARRAMERU (THE STEALING C*NT$)
WHEN THE DOGS TALKED

www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2019/august/21/article/7976/3003.html

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The Karrabing Film Collective is an indigenous media collective founded in 2010 and based at the upper end of the Northern Territory in Australia. They see themselves as a grassroots movement which uses its aesthetic practice as a means of self-organization. Their films show their lives, forge links to their land, and intervene in the global image of indigenousness. Their artistic language, situated between fiction and documentary as well as history and the present can be understood as a new form of collective indigenous action. The medium of film is a form of survival strategy – a refusal to renounce their own land and a means of exploring the social conditions of inequality.

With Stoffwechsel, a series of events, workshops, and exhibitions dealing with the materiality of film as a medium of memory and earth as an archive, Film Feld Forschung pursues its goal of using the interior and exterior spaces of silent green for theoretical and practical research into the medium of film.

Stoffwechsel Teil 2 - Karrabing Film Collective
Samstag um 11:00
As part of the Stoffwechsel project by Film Feld Forschung, silent green and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art present a retrospective of the Karrabing Film Collective. From Wednesday (August 21) until Sunday (August 25), its new audio and video installation 24 HOURS is shown in the courtyard of silent green.

FREE ADMISSION
Opening: Tuesday, August 20, 6pm
Wednesday, August 21 – Sunday, August 25
open: 11am–8pm

24 HOURS
24 Hours presents an outdoor preview of a Karrabing audio and video project exploring the ordinary obstacles Indigenous families face as they move through an ordinary day. Across four video panels, arranged to follow the path of the sun, a sonic landscape is layered with lyrics written by the collective and music directed by its younger members. 24 Hours dramatizes and satirizes the settler forms of governance and extractive capitalism that Karrabing members encounter over the course of a day.

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As part of the exhibition, Arsenal Institute shows further works by the Karrabing Film Collective:

Wednesday, August 21, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
THE JEALOUS ONE
WUTHARR, SALTWATER DREAMS

Thursday, August 22, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
WINDJARRAMERU (THE STEALING C*NT$)
WHEN THE DOGS TALKED

www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2019/august/21/article/7976/3003.html

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The Karrabing Film Collective is an indigenous media collective founded in 2010 and based at the upper end of the Northern Territory in Australia. They see themselves as a grassroots movement which uses its aesthetic practice as a means of self-organization. Their films show their lives, forge links to their land, and intervene in the global image of indigenousness. Their artistic language, situated between fiction and documentary as well as history and the present can be understood as a new form of collective indigenous action. The medium of film is a form of survival strategy – a refusal to renounce their own land and a means of exploring the social conditions of inequality.

With Stoffwechsel, a series of events, workshops, and exhibitions dealing with the materiality of film as a medium of memory and earth as an archive, Film Feld Forschung pursues its goal of using the interior and exterior spaces of silent green for theoretical and practical research into the medium of film.

Stoffwechsel Teil 2 - Karrabing Film Collective
Sonntag um 11:00
As part of the Stoffwechsel project by Film Feld Forschung, silent green and Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art present a retrospective of the Karrabing Film Collective. From Wednesday (August 21) until Sunday (August 25), its new audio and video installation 24 HOURS is shown in the courtyard of silent green.

FREE ADMISSION
Opening: Tuesday, August 20, 6pm
Wednesday, August 21 – Sunday, August 25
open: 11am–8pm

24 HOURS
24 Hours presents an outdoor preview of a Karrabing audio and video project exploring the ordinary obstacles Indigenous families face as they move through an ordinary day. Across four video panels, arranged to follow the path of the sun, a sonic landscape is layered with lyrics written by the collective and music directed by its younger members. 24 Hours dramatizes and satirizes the settler forms of governance and extractive capitalism that Karrabing members encounter over the course of a day.

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As part of the exhibition, Arsenal Institute shows further works by the Karrabing Film Collective:

Wednesday, August 21, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
THE JEALOUS ONE
WUTHARR, SALTWATER DREAMS

Thursday, August 22, 8pm at Arsenal Cinema
WINDJARRAMERU (THE STEALING C*NT$)
WHEN THE DOGS TALKED

www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2019/august/21/article/7976/3003.html

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The Karrabing Film Collective is an indigenous media collective founded in 2010 and based at the upper end of the Northern Territory in Australia. They see themselves as a grassroots movement which uses its aesthetic practice as a means of self-organization. Their films show their lives, forge links to their land, and intervene in the global image of indigenousness. Their artistic language, situated between fiction and documentary as well as history and the present can be understood as a new form of collective indigenous action. The medium of film is a form of survival strategy – a refusal to renounce their own land and a means of exploring the social conditions of inequality.

With Stoffwechsel, a series of events, workshops, and exhibitions dealing with the materiality of film as a medium of memory and earth as an archive, Film Feld Forschung pursues its goal of using the interior and exterior spaces of silent green for theoretical and practical research into the medium of film.

Julia Kadel Trio · silent green
06.09 um 19:00
Built From Scratch invites: Julia Kadel Trio
Presented by ASK HELMUT.

Das Julia Kadel Trio kündigt für den 6. September sein nun drittes Album an und präsentiert sich stolz mit MPS - Music als neuem Labelpartner an seiner Seite. Dabei hat sich das deutsche Traditionslabel einen neuen Act an Bord geholt, der sich nicht verpflichtet fühlt, den großen Namen der Jazzgeschichte nacheifern zu müssen, sondern der komplett in der Gegenwart steht. Dynamisch und unkonventionell, authentisch. Denn die drei selbstbewussten „Freigeister mit großer Klangfantasie“ (AZ) verfolgen ihre achtjährige gemeinsame Spielerfahrung, ihre Eigenarten hierbei konsequent weiter. Sie strotzen dabei nur so vor neuen Ideen, „originäre Klangfarben (…) auf dem schmalen Grat zwischen Harmonie und Atonalität“ (FAZ). Kadel und ihre Wegbegleiter Steffen Roth (drums) und Karl-Erik Enkelmann (bass) gehen diesmal noch ein Stück weiter darin, ihre Erlebensrealität in der Musik zu leben. Anerkennung und Rückenwind kommen zudem durch die Initiative Musik, welche das Trio in diesem Jahr in vielfältiger Weise fördern wird.

Das Ensemble um die Berliner Pianistin machte in den vergangenen Jahren bereits öfter von sich hören: die beiden ersten Alben bei Blue Note/ Universal veröffentlicht, wurde es 2015 für den Echo Jazz in der Kategorie „Newcomer des Jahres“ und Kadel zudem als „Instrumentalistin des Jahres“ nominiert. Es folgten zahlreiche nationale wie internationale Konzerte in Ländern wie Ungarn, Frankreich und Norwegen sowie Konzerte in der Philharmonie Essen und beim NDR Hamburg. 2018 zählte das Trio zu den wenigen Acts, die beim exklusiven Piano Day Festival in der Elbphilharmonie auftraten. Im gleichen Jahr portraitierte die Jazzthing Kadel als eine der 10 deutschen „Tasten Top Ten“ im Rahmen des „neuen deutschen Jazzpiano-Wunders“. Man darf also gespannt sein!

// LINEUP
Julia Kadel - piano / Composition
Steffen Roth - drums
Karl-Erik Enkelmann - double bass

// BUILT FROM SCRATCH
It’s a movement to discover the perfect beat and support the next generation of music makers. It engenders a more stretched understanding of Jazz, bumping against the genre’s conventions whilst remaining rooted in tradition. It represents a genre-free form of art to encompass as many musical forms and languages as we can.
Presented by Ask Helmut.