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Dear Green is the title of an exhibition which brings together artists from two cities, Berlin and Glasgow, in an ambitious large scale interdisciplinary show within the old good depot and railway station of Moabit. Spanning an eclectic range of work the show brings two communities of artists together for the first time. From moving image, installation to performance, Dear Green is a testament to the diversity of new work being made in these two cities and highlights a fleeting moment in the brief coming together of these artists and their practices.

With works by

Jack Cheetham, Romany Dear, Sinead Dunn, Beth Dynowski, Marysia Gacek, Hella Gerlach, Alexander Storey Gordon, Lauren Gault, Steven Grainger, Michelle Hannah, Ashanti Harris, Natalie Häusler, Ginny Hutchison, Patrick Jameson, Jamie Kane, John Kellock, Christopher Kline, Heejoon Lee, Rachel Levine, Ellis Luxemburg, Sogol Mabadi, Sophie Macpherson, Zoë Claire Miller, Sasha Panyuta, Marta Perović, Sophie Reinhold, Kari Robertson, Adrian Schindler, Katie Shambles, Kelli Sims, Paul Sochacki, Susannah Stark, Dane Sutherland, Nadim Vardag, Dominic Watson, Micheal White.

Curated by Melissa Canbaz & Beth Dynowski

Opening 27 February / 6pm
After Party DJ Your Body / 9pm
On View Fri-Su / 2-6pm
Siemensstrasse 27
10551 Berlin

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