Featuring the diverse and sometimes conflicting perspectives of 26 artists, YOYI! Care, Repair, Heal addresses issues such as the politics of health, the resilience of Indigenous knowledge systems, forms of kinship, fair land use and its distribution, decoloniality and the rights of the non-human, all entangled with various concepts of care, repair and healing.
Of Whales is derived from Wu Tsang’s multidisciplinary research around Herman Melville’s novel Moby Dick (1851). In the atrium of the Gropius Bau, surreal ocean environments are dynamically regenerated in real time by a virtual reality game engine. A 16-channel score blends horns, saxophone, clarinet and contrabass, unleashing a soundscape that fills the entire space and invites viewers to states of natural flux.
The Singing Project is an ever-changing singing sculpture unfolding at the Gropius Bau since August 2021. Violinist and artist Ayumi Paul invites women to participate in workshops at the Gropius Bau on new moon. The workshops explore unlearning, learning and practicing voice together.
The Gropius Bau is one of Europe’s most important exhibition venues. With its acclaimed contemporary and archaeological exhibitions, the Gropius Bau has consistently opened up new realms of experience and established its international reputation.