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.
More than ever before in history, our world is determined by mobility: Whether for work, tourism or forced by wars and conflicts, people around the world are on the move. However, who is allowed and who is not allowed to travel is unequally regulated. Terminology, words like “expat”, “tourist” or “migrant, ”differentiates between who has a right to mobility and who does not. A closer look also makes it clear within the city: Mobility is not a matter of course, but depends on income, residence status and physical requirements. Completely different rules apply to human travelers in the world of things and goods, which can often move freely from one place to another in global trade networks. In contrast to the tedious and risky beginnings of world trade in caravans, millions of goods and goods are in motion around the world today.
In two workshops, we deal with different forms of being on the road of people and things. Based on various routes, means of transport and travel occasions, we investigate forms of any kind of mobility that lead people as well as goods and goods from one place to another.
Based on the considerations and personal experiences of the participants, the young people will develop scenes that they then be process in animations. After all, what better way to tell about mobility than with “moving” images? We are inspired by the origins of the film, in which the process of movement, in contrast to digital technologies, is still visible: the Zoetrop, the Thaumatrop, the Laterna Magica and the flip book. The youngsters experiment with these old moving-image devices and finally present their animations in a public exhibition.
A bi’bakwerk project in cooperation with the MiK Youth Art School Berlin Mitte and the Theodor Heuss School
Funded by Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung