bi'bakwerk works with innovative site specific education concepts, which aim at an equal participation and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and creativity. Our workshops are cross-generational and focus on issues arising from the immediate neighborhood.



Series of workshops researching the moving image / children's film program


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Workshop Leaders Tuna Arkun and Malve Lippmann


In the workshop ANGELS we deal with heavenly creatures from the bibel, the Tanakh and the Quran. With a group of children we visit the Bode Museum to visit and draw angel pictures and sculptures. The drawings are then gradually abstracted by the children and transferred to stencils. The children's angels are sprayed with water-soluble colour on walls, advertising pillars, lampposts and on the floor in their own neighbourhood Wedding.

In that way, the children catapult the figures from the museum context into the middle of the reality of their Berliner district Wedding. The heavenly creatures, which are taken from their pedestal, start their own life on the road and share a piece of their radiance with all who take note of them. The transience and fragility of these heavenly beings is demonstrated by the fact that the colour fades and is washed away by the rain.

Concept: Malve Lippmann, Marianne Wendt
Workshopleaders: Tuna Arkun, Malve Lippmann

bi’bakwerk in cooperation with Gesundbrunnen Grundschule.