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Intervention, Dialogue and Film

Berlin by the sea

What is it that occupies school students when they think about climate change? And while living in Berlin, how can we protect our oceans which span the globe and play a central role in the Earth's climate system? School students from Berlin present an interactive intervention, staged by the Berlin artist Lisa Rave and ARTPORT_making waves. In a fishbowl dialogue, they will then address their questions to experts from science, art and politics. All young visitors to the event are invited to participate with questions.

02Oct2019

Futurium

Free admission. No pre-registration necessary.

Further informations:

  • Duration:1 hour and 30 minutes
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Guests of the evening

School students from the school at Berlinickeplatz in Berlin

Antje Boetius, Director at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

Lukas Köhler, Member of the German Bundestag

Markus Reymann, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary

Sebastian Unger, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)

Information

Event languages: German and English (with simultaneous translation)

This event is part of the project WE ARE OCEAN / WIR SIND MEER BERLIN and hosted by the Futurium together with ARTPORT_making waves and the Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS). IT is kindly supported by STADT UND LAND Wohnbauten Gesellschaft mbH, the Stiftung Berliner Sparkasse and the Fonds Soziokultur.