LiTE-HAUS Galerie + Projektraum

The mission of LiTE-HAUS Galerie + Projektraum is to encourage cross cultural communication by connecting people through collaborative art - both domestic and international. The goal of the exhibitions, events, projects, and workshops we present addresses various environmental issues. The definition of "environmental" goes beyond ecological concerns and involves the diverse cultural environment of modern cities. Berlin is a mosaic of ethnicities, religions, and economic classes. Like many large metropolitan cities it's diversity is both energizing, yet sometimes polarizing. LiTE-HAUS will attempt to address provocative issues using art and culture as a tool for building bridges. Through eclectic collaborations and pushing the boundaries of art’s definition we hope to bring people together and encourage conversation; something we feel is much needed in modern Germany. By forming a network with global partners we will present the work of international artists and offer our community an opportunity to expand their knowledge of art. Further, the exploration of culture is encouraged through these collaborations between artists and residents. We want LiTE-HAUS to be a beacon for the diverse Neukölln community we call home.

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Instagram Don't miss our Spotlight on Vincent Hulme @chillback4eva! Link in Bio 🎨 "Vincent lets us into his apartment with a shy smile; it’s a Monday morning and we’re all tired. The colours of his prints, hanging in his room, immediately energises us though. They are perfectly printed in purple and green. When making a print the first step for Vincent is always to create a prototype by playing around with different images, colours or shapes in Photoshop. The printing can finally begin after he’d gotten it back as an offset plate from the plate maker. “I always go back to printing. That’s the one thing I do recurrently”, he explains." 📷 by @anverjo #spotlight #lithographer #artist #serigrapher #writer #performer #art #berlin

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