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Group show - Berlin

© Natthaya Thaidecha 

How does a space influence our attitude and perception, and how does it participate in the plurality of our identity? For this exhibition, we invited artists to explore the concept of "Other Spaces" that exist around us. Near the streets and landscapes that we know and see every day, there also exist “heterotopias” that societies and cultures tend to produce, such as cinemas, museums, libraries, clubs, train stations or offices - a plurality of parallel realities, each modulating our behaviour in written and unwritten ways.

By delving into those different microcosms, the exhibition intends to explore the characteristics that belong to a specific space, through which we investigate the contrast between what is familiar and what is the other, what is real and unreal.

The theme is inspired by Michel Foucault’s concept of ‘Other Spaces’, which aim was to explore “the different modes by which, in our culture, human beings are made subjects". As the French philosopher stated in 1967, “We are in the epoch of simultaneity: we are in the epoch of juxtaposition, the epoch of the near and far, of the side-by-side, of the dispersed.”​

The artists who responded to the PEP’s international open call have dealt with these questions in different and diverse ways. To reflect this range, the jury, composed of the PEP and B-Part Exhibition curators, has selected works by the following artists:


Anikó Antalfi 
Valeria Arendar 
Mervyn Arthur 
Ūla Aukštaitytė 
Christian Badach 
Tobias Becker 
Giacomo Bianco 
Guglielmo Cherchi 
Francesca Cugno and Gaia Maggio 
Martina Ferrari 
Leonardo Flores Parés 
Yorgos Kapsalakis 
Cinzia Laliscia 
Alessandra Leta 
Luca Marianaccio 
Stephanie O'Connor 
Alessio Pellicoro 
Dalmonia Rognean 
Arhant Shrestha 
Maria Siorba 
Ellen Smeets 
Will Staley 
Natthaya Thaidecha 
Simon Vansteenwinckel 

Jury and curators:


Bénédicte Blondeau

Rüdiger Lange

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Luckenwalder Str. 6b

10963 Berlin



May 11 to June 8, 2024

Opening hours:

Wednesday to Saturday from 2 to 6pm

Opening event:

Friday, 10th of May, from 6pm

Admission free

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