BERLIN | ALTES KESSELHAUS
[ AUTUMN 2019 | BEAUTIFUL DAYS ]
Although he reminds me always on the fact that the rich time now slowly goes, I like the autumn. There are the nice colours which he selects during the transition to the cold season to surpass the colours of the summer. Slowly everything is harvested and the last warm sunrays are enjoyed.
[ SUMMER 2019 | SUNSHINE ]
The urban garden, the zero waste space and food forest need a lot of work because I started by zero. But I love this work because I work with my hands and my heart. When I sit in my garden under the tree, drink a cup of tea with mint from my garden and read a book I’m so happy. Build up a zero waste space and create new interesting products and concepts are important steps to a sustainable future.
[ SPRING 2019 | WORK WORK WORK ]
The construction work started and I began to build up the garden. It’s a lot of work but I love it because I work holistically.
[ SPRING 2019 | SUUUNNNN ]
How beautiful are the many blossoms!!! The weather in the spring is great and I love to work outside and build up the garden. In the evening I sit with the other artist around the fire. I love it.
[ APRIL 2019 | THE ARRIVAL ]
It was the first time for me that I transported the tiny house on my own and it was so exciting. I took my driver licence last year in november and waited for the moment. But first we had a lot of work to care about the transport safety and needed several hours before we can start.
Now I’m proud that I was able to master the challenge and happy about the new location! I love this space and the people here because their are so lovely. The space is great and I have a lot of nice days full of interesting talks, moments and creative input. I’m looking forward for my time here.
[ MARCH 2019 | PREPARATIONS ]
In Berlin Marzahn I found this wonderful place with an old industrial building and a lot of space. In the old building work serveral artist from different countries on their projects. Here I have enough space to build up an urban garden on 140sqm and park my tiny house. It’s a work space and I can create new installations, work on projects and start new ideas.