WAF Monthly Talk with Helen Turner
Their contemporary art programme has been curated to canvas a diverse range of exhibition-making; from new architectural commissions to historical presentations, performative events and interdisciplinary long-term research projects. Their programme responds to the building’s history, future and exhibition spaces, which range from white neutral gallery spaces to a 350m² Turbine Hall and functional engine room.
Working alongside the inhabitants of Luckenwalde, from the veteran power station workers to the city’s politicians, E-WERK cultivates a sense of shared space and thus shared opportunity. With the intention of creating a cultural revival in Brandenburg, the programme is both inclusive and responsive to wide-ranging audiences.
The ambitious curatorial programme will reach out to the inhabitants of Luckenwalde, Berlin and internationally by staging exhibitions with accessible entry points and acknowledging the socio-political context of Luckenwalde and its history.
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