Cabbage, cabbage, cabbage Buffet-style dinner. Theme: summer salads.

outside of the andandand-Turnhalle

Investigating urban cabbage at Huttenplatz.

on the food hunt with Nefeli Skarmea.

The Menu:

Cabbage salads with spicy Harissa-dressing

Green salads with fresh strawberry-dressing

Potato-zucchini salad with classic balsamico-dressing

Ratatouille with beans and bread

Apple compote with a hint of cinnamon and fresh mint

Thank you to Ayreen Anastas, René Gabri, Nefeli Skarmea, Greta Hoheisel;

to the merchants of the Kassel Markthalle: Petra Schminke, Bauernhof Graw, Familie Opferman, Vollkornbäckerei


During the 100 days of dOCUMENTA (13), AND AND AND is hosting and
organizing a programme that interweaves philosophical, poetical,
political, practical, pedagogical, psychical, and physical zones of
inquiry in one space/time. It is grounded in a conviction that, today,
all fields of human activity must critically re-examine the values,
assumptions, and modalities of doing.

As part of the programme, the Berlin-based charitable supper club Dinner Exchange Berlin
will host a dinner at the Turnhalle, starting at 8 pm.
On this occasion, we will be using unsold produce from local food markets and shops
in Kassel  to prepare and serve a beautiful meal.
Please rsvp to and specify your names and the number
of guests you wish to bring.

More information on all three initiatives here:

With contributions by:
Nils Aguilar (sociologist and filmmaker) with Markus Bier (geographer)
 – “Voices of Transitions”

Prinzessinnengärten (Susie Nelson, Svenja Nette, Lisa Gutermuth) –

Valentina Karga (architect and artist)
 – Machine for Sustainable Living and Greenwasher, Sustainable Active Chamber –

Marian Buchardt (sociologist and researcher)
 – “Is Responsibility a Gift? On the Ambivalences of Ethics in Neoliberalism”

Juliana Piquero & Abel Navarro (performing arts practitioner) – 
performing responsibility _ decisions in transition –

Voicing Responsibility – 
link to the radio Espacio Estacion (first 10 min intro with music):
Homemade jams: nectarin-mint, apple-pear, apricot, melon-lemon
Banana & apricot smoothie
Bagels, muffins, scones, croissants, and bread

Thank you to Samara Grace Chadwick, Ron Ashraf, Barcomi’s, Ole Ekhoff (Lemonaid) and the merchants of the Maybachufer market.

The Arthur Boskamp Foundation cordially invites you to the opening of SOLOSHOW,
by US-American, Berlin based artist Wiley Hoard (, on Saturday
the 21st of July at 3 p.m, curated by Michael Bonk.

At 7 p.m. a dinner will be served for everyone by the charitable supper club,
Dinner Exchange Berlin,
in collaboration with the Kochclub M.1 hosted by Sandra Teitge and Polina Soloveichik.

Delicious organic Turkey Dinner with Nectarin Chutney, Artichokes, Potato-Carrot-Gratin, stuffing, and green salad.

Thank you to Barcomi’s, Lemonaid, and the merchants of the Maybachufer market!

Breakfast Exchange_jams

KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin
Auguststr. 69
10117 Berlin

20 July, 2012, 7pm: round table conversations & artistic contributions
21 July, 2012, 11 am: Breakfast (a.k.a. Dinner) Exchange Berlin

What responsibility lies in culture? How does responsibility come into play in curatorial practice?

VOICING RESPONSIBILITY initiates, together with experts from different disciplines, an impulse for the central question of taking on responsibility in the framework of curatorial processes. On the evening of July 20th 2012, the invited guests and the audience will exchange voices, perspectives, and ideas in the form of table conversations with statements, discussions, and artistic contributions. A communal breakfast with the contributors will elaborate on the topics of the evening and invites to participate in a resuming, further discussion.

With contributions by Ul – rich Bernard, Beatrice von Bismarck, Ellen Blumenstein & Daniel Tyradellis, Breakfast (a.k.a. Dinner) Exchange Berlin, Andreas Liebmann, Juliana Piquero, Manuel Scheidegger, Ruth Sonderegger, Joanna Warsza, Agustina Woodgate and further guests.

Event in English and German. Please rsvp and specify which event you would like to attend until 15 July, 2012:
20 July: free entrance.
21 July: contribution to breakfast 10,- Euro

VOICING RESPONSIBILITY is organised by the project Well Connected, Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig ( in cooperation with KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin (

Responsible are: Nicola Beißner, Carolin Hochleichter, Vera Lauf, Sandra Teitge, Edda Wilde.

Menu of the “Future of the World” Dinner:

Green Salad with roasted vegetables, Asparagus Soup, Tarta de Patatas with mushrooms & onions & spinach, banana-kiwi smoothie / accompanied by red & white wine

Thank you to Biohof Ziehlke and the merchants of the Winterfeldtmarkt!

Erik Göngrich on the table

Erik Göngrich on the table

Benjamin (raumlabor) elaborating on his point.

Benjamin (raumlabor) elaborating on his point.

17 June, 7 pm, Tempelhof Airfield, Berlin

By pisteras3000 (Rosario Talevi & Ana Vogelfang) + Valentina Karga (BerlinFarmLab) + Dinner Exchange Berlin

A few months ago we met Matthias Rick and Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius with the idea of establishing a temporary alliance between our TU Berlin Seminar on Experimental Architecture and raumlaborberlin for “Die Grosse Weltausstellung 2012”.

The seminar states itself as a platform where students, researchers, collaborators, friends and favourites meet to discuss urban activation processes. It intends to research forms of organization beyond the university context by encouraging thinking and acting on real time.

In this context, Matthias entrusted us his Mappa Mundi. “MAPPA MUNDI can be translated to ‘Map of the World’. However MAPPA can also mean ‘wide-spread or spreading’! (…) The drawing contains one hundred short stories and facts, which circle the earth like clouds, depicting territories, population, resources and social hierarchies.”

The goal was to turn the drawing and its research into a statement.

Later on, Valentina Karga joined the project and brought fresh ideas and expertise on how to built closed circuits that transform waste, basically leftovers or dead particles, into lifecycles. That is how our pavilion found its purpose.

Dinner Exchange Berlin was chosen to provide the culinary framework for the project.

The installation consists of different devices that activate processes, simple architectural elements around which workshops, dinners and collective gatherings happen. MAPPA MUNDI ON WHEELS acts as an infrastructure that ‘grows’ through a series of curated workshops dealing with public action, knowledge exchange and experimentation with do-it-yourself methods of production.

A mobile MAPPA MUNDI table, a greenhouse-rainwater collector, a worm farm, a windmill, events and workshops are parts of this pavilion-machine, which shows the world today and manifests a positive future.

On the websites of Dinner Exchange Berlin and Berlin Farm Lab you will find the podcast, but you are very welcome to join the event!