TWO NETWORKS AT BRUNCH. MATTHIAS MAYER AND SEO SANG HO.
Non Berlin and berlinerpool cordially invites you to meet representatives of two similar but different art networks over a brunch table on Sunday 27th. Join us and discover the networks’ commonalities or differences, aims and reasons of establishing, their ways of work, connect and act. The networks are called to existence because of the need. The need driven by either a political statement e.g. regarding the funding instruments, or a keen feeling and will to connect and support each other’s activities.
By building an excellence clusters, exchanging knowledge, sharing resources, creating, gaining on visibility, the network can be heard and noticed.
Time: Brunch meal – 12 pm / Talk – 1:30 pm
Venue: NON Berlin + berlinerpool
Chausseestr 11, 10115 Berlin, entrance Tieckstraße 1a
Among our guests are – Seo Sang Ho and Matthias Mayer – invited by NON Berlin and berlinerpool respectively, who work in Korea and Berlin’s independent art spaces network.
Nonprofit Art Spaces Network, Korea
Seo Sang Ho
Director of Space Bae, Busan, Korea
Network of Independent Project Spaces and Initiatives Berlin
Maker of Spor Klübü
Moderation: Andrzej Raszyk from berlinerpool
• About Network of Independent Project Spaces and Initiatives Berlin
Network exists since August 2009 and acts as a loose association. After conducting a survey on the wishes, ideas and needs of the scene at beginning of 2010 network started to organize regular working meetings. Each time hosted by a different Project Space in Berlin. The aim of the Network is to establish a long term plan for the structure which can support new forms of cooperation and exchange possibilities. To be active and heard on political level, take part in the discourse and evocate the need and suggest the ways of improving the working conditions.
• About The Nonprofit Art Spaces Network in Korea
The Nonprofit Art Spaces Network(NASN) in Korea was officially established in 2005, with an aim to facilitate Korea’s growing contemporary art scene and to enable non-profit art spaces to network, cooperate and exchange information. NASN is a consultative group which supports art spaces to create discourse within artists and the public throughout Korea including Seoul, Busan, Gwangju and Incheon, the five major cities in the country. NASN also actively organizes creative artistic activities, academic events, Art fairs etcetera.