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In her new series of works, Yalda Afsah explores the relationship between humans and animals, questioning the boundary between affection and submission, as well as the supremacy of humans. Yalda Afsah's works seem like choreographies, although the starting points of her films are based on real events. The German-Iranian filmmaker was born in Berlin in 1983. Her films have been shown at several festivals including Locarno  Festival, New York Film Festival, International Short Film Festival Winterthur, and Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) London and as Neue Berliner Kunstverein.

Mobile Kino, Berlinische Galerie
Mobile Kino, Berlinische Galerie © Mobile Kino, Berlinische Galerie, Foto Harry Schnitger

Saturday, Sept. 10, free admission
Yalda Afsah and Anne Bitterwolf
Venue: Bauhütte Kreuzberg, Friedrichstraße 18/19, 10969 Berlin
  • 19:00 - Music and drinks
  • 20:00 - Artist Talk
  • 20:45 - Screening

Additional information
Price info: Every 1st Monday of the month 4,00 €

Increased admission prices may apply to selected special exhibitions.

Price: €8.00

Reduced price: €5.00

Reduced price info: Under 18: Free admission.

Reduced admission for holders of a ticket from the Jüdisches Museum Berlin valid for the same day or previous two days. This offer also applies in reverse.

Please note that until 12.2.20 due to constructtion works only the permanent exhibition "Art in Berlin 1880 – 1980" and the exhibition "Bettina Pousttchi. In Recent Years" are on view. Until then all visitors pay 3,00 €.
Bauhütte Kreuzberg e.V.