FOTO JAM: OHREN AUF HIER KOMMEN BILDER! im f³ - freiraum für fotografie
Waldemarstr. 17 | 10179 Berlin  Der FOTO JAM: OHREN AUF HIER KOMMEN BILDER! findet im Rahmen des Projektes XB-Lab statt. Das Projekt XB-Lab ist gefördert durch das Modellprogramm „Utopolis – Soziokultur im Quartier“ im Rahmen der ressortübergreifenden Strategie Soziale Stadt „Nachbarschaften stärken, Miteinander im Quartier“ des Bundesministeriums des Innern, für Bau und Heimat und der Beauftragten für Kultur und Medien.


18. September 2019 , 19:00

Everyone should learn the funny story about your favorite picture! You have secret information about a photograph that nobody knows, and you want to share it with us? You wrote a song for a photo that you want to present to an audience? Fantastic!

In our new format FOTO JAM: OHREN AUF HIER KOMMEN BILDER! (Listen up to those Pictures!) our guests have five minutes to inspire the public with their favorite photography. All aids are allowed – the main thing is entertaining! The evening will be moderated by Miriam Zlobinski.

On September 18th we are looking forward to wonderful guests: The musician Andrej Ugoljew has already recorded with Nils Frahm and recently released his own album. Susanne Riedel shares her curious everyday observations with us and the performance artist Lisa Stertz wants to feel alive together with the audience. We can expect a powerful contribution from kickboxer Phuong Tran Minh and also from the performer Ilhan Hancer from I-Slam, the poetry slam of young Muslims against Islamophobia. Sister Ritafrom the Sießen Franciscan Sisters of St. Michael’s Church in Berlin-Kreuzberg does not yet reveal, what she wants to present us – we are curious!

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The FOTO JAM is part of the project XB-Lab, promoted through model program “Utopolis – Soziokultur im Quartier“ as part of the cross-departmental strategy Soziale Stadt “Nachbarschaften stärken, Miteinander im Quartier“ of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community and the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.