E-WERK and FLUXDOME. Image courtesy of Silke Reents

Finissage and Sommerfest | 30.07.2022

E-WERK is delighted to invite you to the Finissage of POWER NIGHTS: Being Mothers and Sommerfest on Saturday 30 July, 15:00 – late.

Taking place on the street and car park between E-WERK and the Stadtbad, the event will feature exhibitions, live music, food & drink, tours of the E-CAMPUS and a magic workshop for children.

In addition, the third and final train intervention H_SPACE_H, 2022, by Isabel Lewis & Sissel Tolaas with Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop and Ethan Braun will take place respectivelyat 14:41 and 15:47 on the RE3 train from Südkreuz. A procession will lead visitors from Luckenwalde train station to E-WERK for tours of the power station and Stadtbad. The tours end at the Mendelsohn Hat Factory where artists Isabel Lewis & Sissel Tolaas, together with Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop and composer Ethan Braun, will create a moving and growing performance that will take the audience on a journey through sounds, movements and noises. Book a free ticket here for this event.

We would be delighted if you would also take the opportunity to support our contemporary art programme at the E-WERK with a donation. Please note that entry to the events at E-WERK are not ticketed.


From 15:00 Bosem Trio & Linda K. Live Band

14:41 & 15:47 Departure Berlin Südkreuz on the RE3
Performative train intervention from Berlin to Luckenwalde

15:30 Guided tour through E-WERK and the current exhibition POWER NIGHTS: Being Mothers followed by a tour of the Stadtbad (German)    

16:00 Magic workshop for children

16:30 - 19:30 H_SPACE_H durational performance in the hat factory
17:30 Guided tour of E-WERK and the current exhibition POWER NIGHTS: Being Mothers followed by a tour of the Stadtbad (English)

19:30 Khidja DJ Set
21:00 Womb Wisdom by Tabita Rezaire Screening (OmU - EN)

POWER NIGHTS: Being Mothers, 2021 kindly supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, E.ON Stiftung, UBS, Bureau des arts plastiques of the French Institute, Germany and the French Culture Minister.