Open Call to all Berliners

The artist Lucila Guichon (Grupo Altar) has conceived the ALTAR BERLIN, an interactive and participatory installation. ALTAR BERLIN collects stories of the city and presents them in an interdisciplinary artistic format. Artists and Berliners build the altar together. It is a point of reflection in the city on how we - the residents of Berlin - deal with our losses.

Take part in our project and tell us your thoughts in the Corona Pandemic. Answering the following questions will only take a few minutes and you can write in your own language.

Every single story is important. Together they create a collective story. We will work visually on your contributions and publish them in an digital fanzine. They will become part of the ALTAR BERLIN installation in the KulturMarktHalle. The chosen stories will be reinterpreted by artists (theatre, dance, spoken word, visual arts). The results will soon be available on our website.

1. Coordination: Lucila Guichon 
2. ALTAR BERLIN Project:
3. KulturMarktHalle. Place for meeting, art & culture:

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In which district do you live? *
How do you spend the last weeks since the pandemic broke out? *
What are your main daily activities (more than 3 hours/day) during the Corona pandemic? *
Mehrere Antworten sind möglich.
Is there a habit/activity that is particularly important to you and that you cannot continue during the pandemic? *
How has your perception of time changed during the pandemic? *
What do you think when you see this picture? *
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What do you think about the restrictions in social life that have been introduced due to the pandemic? *
Do you think that the pandemic will make us pay closer attention to certain issues? *
Have you lost a part of your normal life due to the pandemic? *
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