R E I T E R Gallery prospect
Opening: 15. November 2019, 18-21h
Duration: 15. November – 11. January 2020
Artists: Mila Panic, Nina Wiesnagrotzki, Andrea Acosta, Larissa Fassler
Potsdamer Strasse 81B
D-10785, Berlin


Haus am Kleistpark | Berlin
25. October–8. December 2019
Opening: 24.10.2019, 18–22
Artists: Marie-Louise Andersson, Melo Börner, Marlene Denningmann, Eva Dittrich, Eva Funk, Martine Heuser, Ana Hupe, Mareike Jacobi, Astrid Kajsa Nylander, Marion Orfila, Mila Panic, Fiene Scharp, Millie Schwier, Lena Skrabs, Sara Wahl
Grunewaldstrasse 6-7
10823 Berlin


Panel Discussion
27. November 2019; 19.00
Moderation: Hannah Kruse (project leader Goldrausch female artist project)
Discussion participants: Mila Panic (artist, Goldrausch 2019), Melanie Roumiguière (head of the visual arts section of the DAAD Berlin Artists’ Programme), Andrzej Raszyk (Cultural manager, researcher)
Registration is necessary:
Haus am Kleistpark | Berlin
Grunewaldstraße 6-7, 10823 Berlin


U10 Art Space
Belgrade, Serbia

hybrid narratives, hybrid histories begins with the unsettling sound of multiple echoes from the past that might have something to do with us. Marianne Hirsch named it postmemory, aiming to signify a specific relationship that the new generation has with the memory of their descendants, often translating guilt, perseverance, and loss. This memory, transmitted to the new generation through images, stories, and behaviors, influences the understanding of our surroundings and relationships. These are inherited narratives, sometimes integrated within us so deeply to appear authentic to one’s own experience. The fluidity and fragmentation of the content filter down to unstable compounds, a manageable emotional and cognitive outcome for one to process and live with. it is a hybrid narrative, emerged from the shattered pieces of something that did not deserve to be a part of the history, or at least, could not afford it. Works and experiences shared in hybrid narratives, hybrid histories explore the storytelling instruments that serve to a counter-history, revealing and archiving the marginal, overseen, and hidden perspectives. It offers a virtual and physical forum to discuss our role in historical knowledge production and the ways we convey these narratives and methods to the next generations.

The project is kindly supported by Fond Ilija & Mangelos, Grad Zrenjanin, Proto Belgrade, U10 art space, Contemporary gallery Zrenjanin, SKASKA Zrenjanin, and HEKLER.



Scholarship for 2020/21 in the field of visual arts
Künstlerhaus Lukas
Dorfstraße 35
D – 18347 Ahrenshoop


Goldrausch-Künstlerinnenn 2019

The Goldrausch project for women artists promotes the careers of outstanding, emerging women artists. It is an independent professional training program for female visual artists; a one-year postgraduate professional development course, an exhibition and public events take place within its framework.

Fahrbereitschaft (Pavillon)
Herzbergstraße 40–43
10365 Berlin
Tel. +4930.390 63863