Thu, 19.08. Oderberg, Binnenschiffahrts-Museum Oderberg e.V..
19:00 Workshop: Screen Printing
19:00: Matthias Morgenstern (DJ)
20:00 Concert: Joanna Gemma Auguri (Dark Folk)
21:00 Open Air Cinema: Short films under the starry sky.
Location: Binnenschiffahrts-Museum Oderberg e.V., Hermann-Seidel-Str. 44, 16248 Oderberg
Everything without registration and free of charge – just come along!
Our program & our artists in detail:
19:00 DIY screen printing workshop.
At our screen printing station you can embellish your old clothes or fabric bags. We will bring paints and screens and show you how to print our nautical motifs on your clothes. The workshop is free, textiles must be brought.
19:00: Music from Matthias Morgenstern (DJ)
20:00 Concert Joanna Gemma Auguri
“Dark folk” is what Joanna Gemma Auguri (Poems for Laila) calls the music she makes. The intense, mystical storytelling and sheer timelessness of her songs are reminiscent of Vashti Bunyan’s or Nick Cave’s songwriting in the best sense. The accordion is always at the center of the tracks, creating a sound that is a blend of styles between dark folk-rock, funeral, film and sad pop music. Songs about home, lost ships and traveling souls. Melodies like dark waters and fog in the night, yet always a spark of hope. The roots to traditional folklore are still there, but she takes them, experiments, breaks rules, makes it a ritual and an intense dialogue with the audience.
21:30 Open Air Cinema
Cinema with international short film program.
Fiction, documentaries and animations on the theme of man-nature.
The event is part of our Alles im Fluss Tour. In August 2021, Moviemiento is on tour on the water with a varied cultural programme happening in public space. We are working together with the Panther Ray collective. The collective has a self-built raft that travels the waters of Berlin’s inner city and serves as an open stage for art and culture and lived community. Together with Panther Ray, we are now returning to our beginnings and continue our now 18-year tradition of traveling cinema by taking it across the water to special places.
Photo 2+3: Nadja Bülow