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Callie’s and a.p. are excited to launch Bouchra Khalili’s new monograph, “Stories Within Stories” on Saturday, November ...
07/11/2022

Callie’s and a.p. are excited to launch Bouchra Khalili’s new monograph, “Stories Within Stories” on Saturday, November the 12th at 4pm.

The publication brings together essays on the experimental narrative techniques that Bouchra employs in her filmic exploration of citizenship, resistance, and collective emancipation. “Stories Within Stories” is published as a companion to her recent exhibition of the same name at the Bildmuseet and is published by Hatje Cantz.

At the launch, Bouchra will speak about the civic imagination and histories of struggle which thread through “Stories within Stories” and “The Magic Lantern”, her new film installation which is currently on display at Callie’s until December 3rd.

Join us for this book launch from 4-6pm at a.p., our sister bookstore, Lindower Str. 20, 13347 Berlin.



Image: Still from Bouchra Khalili, “The Typographer”, 2019. Courtesy the artist and Mor Charpentier, Paris.

🪲 Summer Party 🪲Please join us as we celebrate our community and the final days of summer next Thursday, September 8th f...
31/08/2022

🪲 Summer Party 🪲

Please join us as we celebrate our community and the final days of summer next Thursday, September 8th from 7 to 10pm.

Featuring music from neighbors, team members, and friends including and .

5€ cash entrance. No registration required.

We would love to see you there 💘

Candice Breitz was in residence last year to prepare her new work “Whiteface”. While at Callie’s, she collaborated with ...
18/08/2022

Candice Breitz was in residence last year to prepare her new work “Whiteface”. While at Callie’s, she collaborated with a small group of performers to workshop the structure and script.

The concept departs from incendiary raw material: a collection of video fragments that Breitz gathered over the years, of white people talking about race. The speakers range from political figures to news anchors to vloggers.

In the final 7-channel video installation, Breitz ventriloquizes the statements of these individuals while wearing a pressed white shirt, white contact lenses, and a platinum blond wig. Detached from their original sources, the monologues lay bare the vocabulary of whiteness and a rising anxiety, as the speakers attempt to grapple with subjects such as white privilege and white guilt.

“Whiteface” is still on view until Sunday, August 21st, in Essen, Germany, at The Museum Folkwang, where it premiered.

Photos:
📸Images 1 and 4: Candice Breitz hosting a workshop and rehearsing at Callie’s. Photo by Luna Zscharnt.
Images 2 and 3: Candice Breitz: “Whiteface Series #2, #7” (2022), Courtesy the Artist and KOW Berlin. Photo by Róbert Weinraub.

An exciting opportunity has opened up on our team ✨We are looking for a Manager & Book Buyer for the bookshop a.p. The i...
23/07/2022

An exciting opportunity has opened up on our team ✨

We are looking for a Manager & Book Buyer for the bookshop a.p.

The ideal candidate is organized and responsible, passionate about books and publishing, and interested in helping to steer a small independent business.

Please see the link in our bio for the full job description and details on how to apply. We’ll be accepting applications until August 2, 2022, at 19:00.

✨Jordan/Martin Hell: studio presentation✨To celebrate the conclusion of his residency, Jordan/Martin Hell has worked wit...
20/07/2022

✨Jordan/Martin Hell: studio presentation✨

To celebrate the conclusion of his residency, Jordan/Martin Hell has worked with us to install a presentation of works in his studio, including sculptures, textile pieces, and videos, many of which were made during his time in residence in the same space where they are now displayed.

The studio presentation will be open to the public Wednesday through Friday, July 20, 21, and 22, from 4 to 7pm. We hope to see you there. Admission is free, no registration is required.

Jordan’s writing practice is integral to his process of making objects; he writes speculative fiction which he subsequently externalizes into companion artworks and exhibitions. The presentation at Callie’s also follows this logic, departing from his new text “JELLYBEAN” which he completed while in residence. Jordan’s unique approach to artmaking is animated by an interest in s*xual intimacy, violence, and social critique.

🗓 Wed - Friday July 20, 21, 22 and July 27, 28, 29
🕰 4-7pm

Please join us this Thursday, July 14th, for a reading and open studio with Callie’s resident Jordan/Martin Hell. At 7pm...
12/07/2022

Please join us this Thursday, July 14th, for a reading and open studio with Callie’s resident Jordan/Martin Hell.

At 7pm, Jordan will read from his latest work of speculative fiction, JELLYBEAN, and writer Zoe Darsee will present a new work.

Jordan’s writing practice is the starting point for his artistic output; he externalizes his texts into visual works and companion exhibitions. His work touches upon s*x, violence, and social deviance. Before and after the reading, visitors will be invited to visit Jordan’s studio at Callie’s, where a selection of recent and in-progress works will be on view.

This event will run from 6 to 9pm, with readings starting at 7pm. Admission is free, no registration is required.

Please join us on Monday, June 27th at 7pm for the launch of Callie’s resident Susan Finlay’s new novel, “The Jacques La...
24/06/2022

Please join us on Monday, June 27th at 7pm for the launch of Callie’s resident Susan Finlay’s new novel, “The Jacques Lacan Foundation.” The evening will also feature readings by Estelle Hoy and Stephanie LaCava.

“The Jacques Lacan Foundation” charts an incisive path through the culture of academia, institutions, and the authorities that legitimize them. The novel follows Nicki Smith, a British expat in Austin and devotée of Kate Moss, at her “low-paid glamour job” within the eponymous Jacques Lacan Foundation. Ironic and clever, “The Jacques Lacan Foundation” explores rifts between language and meaning, and seeks to question the notion of and our obsessions with “authenticity.”

Estelle Hoy is a writer and art critic based in Berlin. Her second book, the critically acclaimed “Pisti 80 Rue de Belleville” (After 8 Books), from which she will be reading, was released in 2020.

Stephanie LaCava is a writer based in New York. She will read from her forthcoming novel, “I Fear My Pain Interests You,” published by Verso in September 2022.

Admission is free, but capacity is limited; register online through the link in bio.

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03/05/2022

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🤖 Performance Premiere 🤖⁠⁠This Saturday, April 30th, Tintin Patrone will premiere “Bucolica .exe,” a new performance fea...
27/04/2022

🤖 Performance Premiere 🤖⁠

This Saturday, April 30th, Tintin Patrone will premiere “Bucolica .exe,” a new performance featuring holograms, robotics, and Tintin’s hand-built instruments. ⁠

The evening will reflect the most important tenets of Tintin’s practice: experimentation and collaboration. Tintin Patrone, André Mulzer, Martina Wegener, and Frederic Ehlers will present their own work as well as participate in one another’s performances. ⁠

Admission is free but space is limited; register for the event through the link in our bio.⁠

Kindly note that this event follows 2G+ rules. We require proof of vaccination as well as one of the following: a negative Covid test from the past 24 hours; proof of recovery from Covid; or proof of booster.⁠

📚 Camille Henrot: book launch & signing 📚 ⁠⁠Join Callie’s, a.p. and Hatje Cantz on Friday at 7pm for the launch of the a...
25/04/2022

📚 Camille Henrot: book launch & signing 📚 ⁠

Join Callie’s, a.p. and Hatje Cantz on Friday at 7pm for the launch of the artist’s definitive new monograph. On this occasion, Camille will be in conversation with curator Pip Wallis and then available to sign copies of the publication. ⁠

Camille Henrot’s diverse practice encompasses video, sculpture, installation, painting, and works on paper. A sprawling curiosity guides her interrogation of what it means to be both a private individual and a global citizen. Camille draws inspiration from subjects as vast and varied literature, psychoanalysis, social media, cultural anthropology, self-help, and the banality of everyday life.⁠

Admission is free but space is limited; register for the event through the link in our bio.⁠

Kindly note that this event follows 2G+ rules. Please bring proof of vaccination as well as one of the following: a negative Covid test from the past 24 hours; proof of recovery from Covid; or proof of booster.⁠



📸 1: Camille Henrot in her studio at Callies. Photo by Anna Cano.⁠
📸 2: “Camille Henrot” published by Hatje Cantz. Photo by Jelena Luise.

Book launch & conversation 📖 April 29 @ Callie’s If you’re in Berlin for Gallery Weekend, please join Callie’s, a.p., an...
13/04/2022

Book launch & conversation 📖 April 29 @ Callie’s

If you’re in Berlin for Gallery Weekend, please join Callie’s, a.p., and Hatje Cantz for the launch of Camille Henrot’s definitive new monograph. Camille will be in conversation with writer Estelle Hoy, and then available to sign copies of the publication.

This major monograph spans the artist’s career to date, beginning with her early films and including her most recent paintings. Throughout the publication, a complex portrait of Camille’s constantly evolving practice emerges. Texts by Dan Fox, Shanay Jhaveri, Clara Meister, Jane Devery, and Pip Wallis contextualize Camille’s methodology and delve into the themes that are touchpoints for her work. Published by Berlin-based press Hatje Cantz in collaboration with the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

Please register for the event through the link in our bio.

Kindly note that this event follows 2G+ rules. Please bring proof of vaccination as well as one of the following: a negative Covid test from the past 24 hours; proof of recovery from Covid; or proof of booster.



📸Image 1: Camille Henrot in her studio at Callie’s. Photo by

24/03/2022

This Saturday, March 26th, Callie’s will host the premiere of “Eternally Frozen,” a new composition by Andrea Belfi featuring brass ensemble, percussion, and synthesizer. ⁠

For more information for the event, and to purchase tickets, use the link in our bio. ⁠
We aim for all of our events to be accessible; if the price is prohibitive, or if you are a student, please write to us at [email protected].⁠

This event follows 2G+ guidelines: please bring proof of double vaccination as well as a negative Covid test from the past 24 hours, proof of recovery, or proof of booster vaccination. Wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory inside the venue.⁠

Callie’s studios were once filled with the buzzing sounds of machines. The purpose-built factory attests to the possibil...
17/03/2022

Callie’s studios were once filled with the buzzing sounds of machines. The purpose-built factory attests to the possibilities of the late 19th century, when advancements in manufacturing and technology–such as electrical light, power, telephones, and transportation–catalyzed profound social change. ⁠

In 2013, a renovation was undertaken to ensure the building’s structural integrity and safety, while leaving the rest untouched. ⁠



📸 1: Nick Ash⁠
📸 2: Andrea Garzotto

Saturday evening Elizabeth Jaeger will open a solo exhibition at Klemm’s, Berlin, with works she created while in reside...
11/03/2022

Saturday evening Elizabeth Jaeger will open a solo exhibition at Klemm’s, Berlin, with works she created while in residence at Callie’s. ⁠

The exhibition, titled “itself and else”, is dominated by black ceramic vessels mounted on black metal forms, held in a precarious balance between weight and fragility. Elizabeth renders sculpture with an uncanny blend of past and present, emotion and distance; within the familiar vase shape, one of the most universal forms created by humans, she adeptly makes room for references to psychology, the body, and history. The exhibition offers an almost musical progression of weights, shapes, solids, and voids. ⁠

We are thrilled for Elizabeth, but the exhibition opening is bittersweet, as it means her time with us at Callie’s is winding down! “itself and else” is on view at Klemm’s until April 23rd. ⁠



Please join us on Saturday, March 26th at 8pm for the world premiere of “Eternally Frozen”, a new composition for brass ...
07/03/2022

Please join us on Saturday, March 26th at 8pm for the world premiere of “Eternally Frozen”, a new composition for brass ensemble, percussion, and synthesizer by musician and artist-in-residence Andrea Belfi. ⁠

With “Eternally Frozen,” Andrea adopts the medieval compositional technique of the canon, in which an initial melody is imitated at specified intervals, creating the impression of an illusionary, never-ending melodic journey. Andrea's experimental percussive passages alternate with brass sections and electronic components to create a body of work that unites anachronistic techniques with diverse musical styles like Dub and Pastorale.⁠ ⁠

Tickets are 10€ and can be purchased through the link in our bio. ⁠🎟⁠

We aim for all of our events to be accessible; if the price is prohibitive, or if you are a student, please write to us at [email protected].⁠

Kindly note that this event follows 2G+ rules. Please bring proof of double vaccination as well as a negative Covid test from the past 24 hours, or proof of recovery, or proof of booster vaccination.⁠

Wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory at all times inside the venue.⁠




📸 of Andrea by ⁠ Funded by Musikfonds.

Join us on Thursday, March 24 at 7pm, for a book launch and poetry reading by former Callie’s resident Jesse Darling and...
05/03/2022

Join us on Thursday, March 24 at 7pm, for a book launch and poetry reading by former Callie’s resident Jesse Darling and artist Edmund Hardy. Organized in collaboration with our sister bookstore a.p. and Monitor Books, the event will celebrate the releases of Darling’s “Virgins” and Hardy’s “Every Cruel Thing”, the artists’ debut collections of poetry. The artists will read from their publication, then signed copies will be available for purchase. ⁠

Jesse Darling’s practice spans sculpture, drawing, text, and moving-image. Saints, contorted steel forms, and pop culture figures all find homes within Darling’s work, which grounds itself in the political will produced by states of vulnerability and pain. Darling champions communication through alternative means of disseminating and exchanging information, including mail art projects. The poems included in “Virgins” chart dark corners, long hours, villains and the forces that engender them. ⁠

Edmund Hardy is a filmmaker, artist, and writer based in London. His work centers on moments of q***r communal life and the search for other worlds. He has published writings in Jacobin, Tribune, Granta, as well as a book of experimental philology with Contraband Books. “Every Cruel Thing” foregrounds language’s potential to reveal forms of love that bind communities and exist in opposition to structural violence. ⁠

The event will follow 2G+ rules: either proof of your fully vaccinated and boosted status, or fully vaccinated status and a negative antigen test (not older than 24 hours) will be required for entry. Attendance is free but space is limited; visit the link in our bio to register. ⁠

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Based between Berlin and Zurich, Nina Emge examines sound through sculpture and installation. She often works with mater...
20/02/2022

Based between Berlin and Zurich, Nina Emge examines sound through sculpture and installation. She often works with materials used to make instruments in order to explore what she calls “critical listening.” ⁠

While in residence at Callie’s, Nina prepared prototype drawings of sculptures for her debut solo exhibition “(It's never too late to) Stop, Look & Listen (Part 1),” now on view at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg until March 27th. ⁠

Her exhibition includes collaborations with international radio stations and performative interventions as part of a program that features over a dozen other artists. You can find details about the radio project, “17 Days Part 2,” and the performance program, “Calmô,” on the Halle für Kunst Lüneburg website. ⁠

📸 1: © Bahar Kaygusuz, courtesy of the artist⁠
📸 2: © Fred Dott, courtesy of the artist and Halle für Kunst Lüneburg⁠

Hauser & Wirth’s booth at Frieze LA features a solo presentation of Camille Henrot’s recent work, which was created whil...
18/02/2022

Hauser & Wirth’s booth at Frieze LA features a solo presentation of Camille Henrot’s recent work, which was created while in residence at Callie’s. The installation includes paintings from her series “Dos and Don’ts”, an exploration of diverse social norms drawn from literature about etiquette in the Western World.

To make this body of work, Camille layered digital prints of pages from etiquette books with acrylic paint, pastel chalk, and watercolor on raw canvas to create a dense, three-dimensional collage effect. Frieze LA and Camille’s presentation is on view in Los Angeles until Sunday.  ⁠

For her solo presentation with Hauser & Wirth as part of Frieze LA, Camille Henrot is showcasing new work created while ...
17/02/2022

For her solo presentation with Hauser & Wirth as part of Frieze LA, Camille Henrot is showcasing new work created while in residence at Callie’s. This includes paintings from her most recent series “Dos and Don’ts,” which explores different social norms drawn from literature about etiquette in the Western World. ⁠

As part of this body of work, Camille has layered digital prints of pages from etiquette books with acrylic paint, pastel chalk, and watercolor on raw canvas to create a dense, three-dimensional collage effect. Frieze LA and Camille’s presentation open today! ⁠



MJ Harper’s residency concluded last weekend with an intimate presentation of a work in progress.⁠⁠Experimenting at the ...
12/02/2022

MJ Harper’s residency concluded last weekend with an intimate presentation of a work in progress.⁠

Experimenting at the intersection of dance, music, visual art, and cinema, MJ’s practice combines movement, dialogue, and moving image. Building an artistic language that occupies both physical and digital space, MJ’s work has taken myriad forms, from web browsers to operas. ⁠

While in residence at Callie’s, MJ expanded on a recent work and premiered a segment of it to an audience of friends and fellow residents. “Arias For A New World” is a work of Tanztheater for the algorithmic age that explores a path, as MJ describes, “towards grace – with joy, in truth, for integrity, in honesty, through tears and struggle.” ⁠

As part of it, MJ improvised a number of monologues as a multifaceted character from the showbiz industry, all the while recounting sentimental stories and employing rituals and relics as a new means of expression. ⁠

MJ’s collaboration featured Stefano Pilati, design, Kenny Campbell, hair and make-up, Nhat-Vu Dang, jewelry, Albrecht Silberberger, light design, and Buraak Isseven, documentation. ⁠


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Thanks to everyone who joined us in 2021. We are grateful to have had such an active year, despite the odds. ⁠⁠Here’s to...
31/12/2021

Thanks to everyone who joined us in 2021. We are grateful to have had such an active year, despite the odds. ⁠

Here’s to meeting more artists, colleagues, visitors and neighbors in 2022. 🥂⁠

Photo 1: Dub night with Bill Kouligas ⁠
Photo 2: Studio visit with Jenna Sutela ⁠
Photo 3: Poetry workshop with resident Tracy Fuad at Callie's sister bookshop a.p. ⁠
Photo 4: Artist talk with Ibrahim Mahama and Renzo Martens ⁠
Photo 5: Artist talk with Ibrahim Mahama ⁠
Photo 6: Premier of Rosa Barba’s work “Voice Engine” ⁠
Photo 7: Studio visit with Alex Baczyński-Jenkins .j⁠
Photo 8: Dub night with nora chipaumire ⁠
Photo 9: Installation of the Modular Organ System by Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger, Nico Ihlein⁠
Photo 10: Marianna Simnett shooting her new film “Prayers for Roadkill” ⁠

It is a delight to welcome artist Jenna Sutela to Callie’s. Jenna explores biological and computational systems, often w...
27/11/2021

It is a delight to welcome artist Jenna Sutela to Callie’s.

Jenna explores biological and computational systems, often working with living organisms and artificial neural networks. 🧬

Her practice departs from the idea that our brain is not the limit of consciousness, but that humans are part of a wider organic and synthetic environment—an always changing, open ecosystem of intelligence.

“I believe that understanding oneself as interconnected with the more-than-human world, next to each other, enables a profound shift in subjectivity: one beyond anthropocentrism and individualism.”

At Callie’s, Jenna has been experimenting with different biological and biomimetic materials, such as synthetic breast milk. During her residency, she is making new works and preparing for upcoming exhibitions at V-A-C, Moscow, Haus der Kunst, Munich, and Castello di Rivoli, Torino.



Works seen in the pictures:
Photo 1: “They saw the ear-world” (2020); Photo 2: Ceramic test samples; Photo 3: From the series “I Magma” (2019)

It is a delight to welcome artist Jenna Sutela to Callie’s. Jenna explores biological and computational systems, often w...
27/11/2021

It is a delight to welcome artist Jenna Sutela to Callie’s.

Jenna explores biological and computational systems, often working with living organisms and artificial neural networks. 🧬

Her practice departs from the idea that our brain is not the limit of consciousness, but that humans are part of a wider organic and synthetic environment—an always changing, open ecosystem of intelligence.

“I believe that understanding oneself as interconnected with the more-than-human world, next to each other, enables a profound shift in subjectivity: one beyond anthropocentrism and individualism.”

At Callie’s, Jenna has been experimenting with different biological and biomimetic materials, such as synthetic breast milk. During her residency, she is making new works and preparing for upcoming exhibitions at V-A-C, Moscow, Haus der Kunst, Munich, and Castello di Rivoli, Torino.



Works seen in the pictures:
Photo 1: “They saw the ear-world” (2020); Photo 2: Ceramic test samples; Photo 3: From the series “I Magma” (2019)

Thank you to everyone who joined us at a.p. for the⁠ launch of Tracy Fuad’s new book of poetry “about:blank”.Tracy read ...
25/11/2021

Thank you to everyone who joined us at a.p. for the⁠ launch of Tracy Fuad’s new book of poetry “about:blank”.

Tracy read poems that played with and against technology, combining language from online media landscapes with algorithmic processes. The reading ignited an intimate conversation with Elijah Jackson about Tracy’s poetry and her practice, touching upon her upcoming work in fiction.

Tracy was in residence in our Writer’s Room earlier this year.

“about:blank” is available at our sister bookshop .p.berlin.

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We are thrilled to welcome experimental composer and percussionist Andrea Belfi as a sound studio resident. ⁠⁠Andrea’s p...
17/11/2021

We are thrilled to welcome experimental composer and percussionist Andrea Belfi as a sound studio resident. ⁠

Andrea’s practice centers around the drums, an instrument he has played for over 25 years. His compositions have married percussion with mesmerizing electronic components. Andrea has performed at the Barbican Centre in London, The Greek in LA, the Fondazione Prada in Milan, and Radialsystem in Berlin, among numerous other venues.

At Callie’s, Andrea is developing a series of new works for the tuba, trombone, and french horn ensemble Zinc & Copper, known for their pioneering work with composers Eliane Radigue and Phil Niblock.⁠

Andrea’s project, titled “Eternally Frozen”, is inspired by a story displayed at the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles. It describes the mythic Deprong Mori: a South American bat with the alleged ability to fly through solid matter by using echolocation to bend atoms. The story claims that when a scientist traveled to study the phenomenon, he caught the bat when it became suspended inside a wall of solid lead.⁠

Andrea’s hybrid composition will dive into experimental and avant-garde pop. Loud, rich sounds will be at the forefront alongside minimal drone undertones. ⁠

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Callie’s is an experimental institution founded for the purpose of fostering creativity, cultural exchange, and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Through residencies, exhibitions, and public programs, we strive to support local and international artists while becoming a resource for our immediate community. Callie’s operates in the spirit of inquiry; our activities are a form of research aimed at developing new models of social and artistic engagement.

Located in a 19th-century factory building in Berlin’s Wedding neighborhood, Callie’s offers night light-flooded studios that can be used for work, performances, or exhibitions.

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SAMSTAG , 3.12.
14:00–20:00 Markt, Basteln, Kulinarisches

14:00–20:00 Best Of Pictoplasma 2022 (FSK 16) I Studiokino Betonhalle

13:30 Historische Führung I mit Anmeldung

14:00–17:00 !K7 Music präsentiert: DJ Set Getair I Foyer Betonhalle

14:30 Filmvorführung Girls / Museum (Shelly Silver, 2020, 71’)* | Kuppelhalle

15:00 Musicboard präsentiert: Konzert Baal & Mortimer I Betonhalle

16:00 Historische Führung I mit Anmeldung

16:00 Musicboard präsentiert: Konzert Baby Smith I Betonhalle

17:00–18:00 Kunstbuchpräsentation & Märchenlesung mit Nathalie David und Hildegard Schmahl: Runges Märchen (Von dem Fischer und seiner Frau), für Erwachsene und Kinder ab 7 Jahren I Kuppelhalle

17:00–20:00 !K7 Music präsentiert: DJ Set Karleigh I Foyer Betonhalle

18:00 silent green präsentiert: Konzert Daniela Huerta, Hybrid LIVE I Betonhalle

20:00 Filmvorführung Soylent Green (Richard Fleischer, 1973, 97‘, OmU), FSK 16 I Kuppelhalle


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It's (our neighbours) Callie's Summer party tonight! 🎉🍾

For our Wedding issue, we spoke with Jarrett Gregory, the woman behind the "experimental institution"

Sunday, August 28th at 6pm. Our acoustic side hustle- Two Birds One Stoned…will be performing a little backyard music Callie's on 129th street in Rockaway Beach.
Great menu, great crowd and some chill tunes for a Sunday funday.
Dear friends, please join us for drinks at Callie's in Wedding for the debut of our Solar Powered Gin Tonic Truck at Gallery Climate Coalition, Lindower Str. 20, 13347 Berlin

We will be serving tasty Old Well Cocktails between 2 and 8pm.
If in Berlin this weekend, head to Galerie Thomas Schulte, Galerie Michael Janssen, Callie's and ACUD Galerie for exhibition openings and other events. Find our detailed events list at this link:
One month ago we were at Callie's for the presentation of 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻, a series of canon based compositions for brass ensemble, percussion and synthesizers.

More info → https://www.andreabelfi.com/eternally-frozen

Photo courtesy of Callie's - www.callies.berlin
With the support of Musikfonds e.V.
Rehearsing “Rock Show”
A few years ago Bearded Monkey Music Group in Washington contacted me saying they had a flying V they thought was mine…got it back and ready to rock on tour!⚡️

Tour on sale now 🎟 www.teachesofpeaches.com

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F**kin’ busy getting the tour ready! Grateful for my set up at Callie's Berlin ❤️

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We’re getting ready for the premiere of 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻 at Callie's in Berlin. Sold out. But, we’ll be back later this year. Sign-up for our newsletter via andreabelfi.com and stay up to date about all upcoming events and projects. 🦇
This weekend, we recommend checking out art shows and performances at Gropius Bau, Callie's, KINDL - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Momentum Worldwide, Buchmann Galerie and a few other spots in Berlin. Tap the link for more details:
Saturday (26.03) I will be sharing the stage with three magnificent brass musicians; Elena Kakailogu (French Horn), Robin Hayward (tuba) & Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (trombone). Together we'll present to you 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻, a composition inspired by the evocative image of the Deprong Mori, a mythological bat with the alleged ability to fly through solid matter by bending atoms by its natural skill of audio echolocation.

Discover 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻 live at Callie's in Berlin on Saturday 26.03.
Last tickets available → https://www.andreabelfi.com/eternally-frozen

With the support of Musikfonds e.V.
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Upcoming Saturday (26.03) marks the world premiere of 𝙀𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙣𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙁𝙧𝙤𝙯𝙚𝙣 at Callie's in Berlin. Together with Robin Hayward (tuba), Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (trombone) and Elena Kakailogu (French horn) I'll be presenting a series of canon based compositions for brass ensemble, percussion and synthesizers.

Info & tickets → https://www.andreabelfi.com/eternally-frozen
Limited capacity & ticket sales running fast. 🦇

With the support of Musikfonds e.V..
Video by Tom Schumann
We visited Elizabeth Jaeger on the occasion of ‘itself and else’ —her current solo exhibition at KLEMM'S—and her ongoing residency at Callie's in Berlin. Hit the link below to read (and see) our studio visit:
Spending time in the studio preparing for the world premiere of 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻 at Callie's in Berlin on March 26.

Info & tickets → https://www.andreabelfi.com/eternally-frozen

© Tom Schumann

With the support of Musikfonds e.V..
With 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻, Andrea Belfi dives into the medieval compositional technique of the canon, merging brass ensemble, percussion and synthesizer. An initial melody is imitated at specified intervals, creating the impression of an illusionary, never-ending melodic journey.

Discover 𝗘𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗙𝗿𝗼𝘇𝗲𝗻 on Saturday, March 26th at Callie's in Berlin.

Info & tickets → https://www.andreabelfi.com/eternally-frozen

Video by Tom Schumann
With the support of Musikfonds e.V.
March 26 — ETERNALLY FROZEN / Andrea Belfi
at Callie's, Berlin
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