Together with Asha Bhambry and Klaus Trebeß we will follow traces in drawings, music and film in the exhibition Gods Moving in Places. The Day Reader. During this journey, impressions we gather will merge with children’s imaginations. Together we will explore analog and digital expressions through words and images, movement and communication, dance and sound.
Asha Bhambry studied Education in Childhood at the Alice-Salomon-Hochschule in Berlin. Her focus lies on the interpretation of children’s perspectives and their imaginative narratives. In learning workshops and kindergartens she activates creative processes of children and tries to build an emotional connection between self-awareness and nature experience.
Klaus Trebeß is part of the learning workshop network in the “Mikrokosmos Gartenstadt Atlantic” in Berlin. He studied childhood pedagogy at the Alice-Salomon-Hochschule and focuses on children’s processes of appropriation and design. In his workshops, children explore their world and surroundings in depth. In this context, he makes particular use of the expressive possibilities of art and music.
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Next dates: 14 May 2022 and 11 june 2022, 10:00 – 13:00