Tresor 31
08.07–28.08.22

Techno, Berlin
und die große Freiheit

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Exhibition

Tresor 31
08.07–28.08.22

Techno, Berlin
und die große Freiheit

Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit is a personalised, audio-led exhibition-experience taking place in Kraftwerk. Through films, sculpture, archival objects and photography the exhibition explores the three decade long story contextualising techno’s ‘big bang’ in Berlin the early 90s. Specific historical conditions created the external circumstances for this movement to explode at that place and at that time. The exhibition examines Tresor’s winding journey in context - from its pre-history in the unusual economic and social conditions of West Berlin to its transition into the cosmopolitan capital city of today. Through archival material and artworks, combined with a spatialised headphone audio-system, Tresor 31’s exhibition explores the personal narratives that underpinned techno culture since its beginnings as an artistic and social movement.

Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit ist ein personalisiertes, audiogestütztes Ausstellungserlebnis, das im Kraftwerk stattfindet. Anhand von Filmen, Skulpturen, Archivobjekten und Fotografien erforscht die Ausstellung die drei Jahrzehnte lange Geschichte, die den "Big Bang" von Techno im Berlin der frühen 90er Jahre kontextualisiert. Spezifische historische Bedingungen schufen die äußeren Umstände für die Explosion dieser Bewegung an diesem Ort und zu dieser Zeit. Die Ausstellung untersucht die kurvenreiche Reise des Tresor im Kontext - von seiner Vorgeschichte in den ungewöhnlichen wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Bedingungen West-Berlins bis zu seinem Übergang in die kosmopolitische Hauptstadt von heute. Anhand von Archivmaterial und Kunstwerken, kombiniert mit einem verräumlichten Kopfhörer-Audiosystem, erforscht die Ausstellung von Tresor 31 die persönlichen Erzählungen, die die Techno-Kultur seit ihren Anfängen als künstlerische und soziale Bewegung untermauert haben.

Tresor 31
08.07–28.08.22

Techno, Berlin
und die große Freiheit

Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit is an almost 2-month long exhibition and concert series celebrating and reflecting upon the three decades since Tresor first opened in 1991.

EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 12-8pm (last entry 7pm)

Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 1pm - 9:30pm (last entry 8pm)

TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased from the Tresor website and on Resident Advisor

The discursive ‘Forum’ events on the ground floor of Kraftwerk are free

There are no pre-sale tickets for OHM

E-tickets and paper tickets are accepted

DOOR POLICY

Advance tickets do not guarantee entry, refunds available

Golden ticket holders should join the guest list queue and bring their ID

DIRECTIONS

Köpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin

U-Bahn station: Heinrich-Heine-Straße (U8)

S-Bahn station: Jannowitzbrücke (S3, S5, S7, S9)

ACCESSIBILITY

There is lift access to all floors within Kraftwerk

Guide dogs are welcome

FAMILIES

Babies and children are welcome too

EXHIBITION CLOAKROOM

There are lockers in Kraftwerk for small bags and coats

FOOD & DRINK

Food and drinks will be available in the garden area. There will be a bar on the ground floor of Kraftwerk from 20th July.

CONTACT US

[email protected]

Credits

Project Manager: Nicky Böhm

Exhibition Curation: Adriano Rosselli, Sven von Thülen

Additional Curation: Edessa Evelyn Malke, Eberhard Elfert, Thomas Hoffman

Musical Curation: Paul Moulden, Carin Abdula

Lead Producer: Sara Smet

Production Assistant: Sandra Charpiot

Exhibition Design: Studio Miessen

Light Design: Marcel Weber

Fabrication: Luka Murovec

Graphic Design: onlab

Webcoding: Robin Benad

Spatial Sound Concept, Sound Production and Sound System: usomo by FRAMED immersive projects

Sound Design: Rowan Ben Jackson and Odysseas Constantinou

Photography: Andreas Gursky, Marie Staggat, Oliver Wia, Tilman Brembs, Gustav Volker Horst

Additional Photography: Anja Rosendahl, Carola Stoiber, Daffy, Ernst Stratmann, Holger Kück, Hauke Schlichting, Helge Birkelbach, Jan Hillebrecht, Jim Rakete, Martin Holtkamp, Mike Huckaby, Oliver Win, Susanne Deeken, Söhren Stacher, Tofa, Uwe Reineke, Wolfgang Brückner.

Extra Material from: Archiv der Jugendkulturen e.V. , Claus Damian, Schloss KummerowBroadcasting: Refuge Worldwide + Carhartt WIP

Funding: Hauptstadtkulturfonds + NEUSTART KULTUR

Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit is an almost 2-month long exhibition and concert series celebrating and reflecting upon the three decades since Tresor first opened in 1991.

EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 12-8pm (last entry 7pm)

Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 1pm - 9:30pm (last entry 8pm)

TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased from the Tresor website and on Resident Advisor

The discursive ‘Forum’ events on the ground floor of Kraftwerk are free

There are no pre-sale tickets for OHM

E-tickets and paper tickets are accepted

DOOR POLICY

Advance tickets do not guarantee entry, refunds available

Golden ticket holders should join the guest list queue and bring their ID

DIRECTIONS

Köpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin

U-Bahn station: Heinrich-Heine-Straße (U8)

S-Bahn station: Jannowitzbrücke (S3, S5, S7, S9)

ACCESSIBILITY

There is lift access to all floors within Kraftwerk

Guide dogs are welcome

FAMILIES

Babies and children are welcome too

EXHIBITION CLOAKROOM

There are lockers in Kraftwerk for small bags and coats

FOOD & DRINK

Food and drinks will be available in the garden area. There will be a bar on the ground floor of Kraftwerk from 20th July.

CONTACT US

[email protected]

Credits

Projektleiterin: Nicky Böhm

Kuratoren: Adriano Rosselli, Sven von Thülen

Co-Kurator*innen: Edessa Evelyn Malke, Eberhard Elfert, Thomas Hoffman

Musikalische Gestaltung: Paul Moulden, Carin Abdula

Leitende Produzentin: Sara Smet

Produktionsassistentin: Sandra Charpiot

Ausstellungsdesign: Studio Miessen

Lichtdesign: Marcel Weber

Fertigung: Luka Murovec

Grafikdesign: onlab

Coding: Robin Benad

Spatial Sound Konzept, Produktion und System: usomo by FRAMED immersive Projekte

Audio Design: Rowan Ben Jackson und Odysseas Constantinou

Fotografie: Andreas Gursky, Marie Staggat, Oliver Wia, Tilman Brembs, Gustav Volker Horst

Zusätzliche Fotografie: Anja Rosendahl, Carola Stoiber, Daffy, Ernst Stratmann, Holger Kück, Hauke Schlichting, Helge Birkelbach, Jan Hillebrecht, Jim Rakete, Martin Holtkamp, Mike Huckaby, Oliver Win, Susanne Deeken, Söhren Stacher, Tofa, Uwe Reineke, Wolfgang Brückner

Zusatzmaterial aus: Archiv der Jugendkulturen e.V., Claus Damian, Schloss Kummerow

Broadcasting: Refuge Worldwide, Carhartt WIP

Förderung durch: Hauptstadtkulturfonds, Initiative Musik