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Berlin Soup – International Festival Of The Arts V

The Nordic Embassies promote the V edition of the Berlin Soup Festival

July 19th, 2018
Berlin Global, News from Berlin
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Thursday 19 July, from 7.00 pm to midnight at the Royal Danish Embassy - Rauchstr. 1D - 10787 Berlin.- the kick-off for the 5th edition of the "Berlin Soup Festival" will take place. - International arts festival (shows, poetry, storytelling, video installations, electronic music, paintings and much more).

The Berlin Soup is an extraordinary mix of contemporary art and culture designed "as global healers bringing people together, exploring new togetherness in creative ways and opening up possibilities of further breaking down barriers that tend unnecessarily to separate us from our potential as artists and special examples in a world now presently on edge. We believe, says curators Dalmose & Raphael, that artist + audience creates a completeness of vision in the strengthening of values ​​& institutions. "

More than 50 international artists with different styles and backgrounds, such as Lotte Arnsbjerg, Allan Bestle, Lars Haagensen, Lars Høeg, Leif Dione Joensen, Helen Kholin, Valdemar Kristensen, Jens Magnussen, Christian Noah Möller, Charlotte Petersen, Søren Tougaard (DK), Anna S. Björnsdóttir (IS ), Ingeborg Wie Henriksen, Geir Stadheim, Kristian Tangvik (NO), Sofia Härdig (SE), have contributed to the realization of this event and will be gathered here to convey a new vision of art and culture.

The theme of this fifth edition of the festival is “Chaos and Desire”, a creative laboratory that tries to explore the “possibilities and impossibility of art as a cure and celebration and exploration of the mythology of being while detaching ourselves from a mythology of time against bold and sustaining creativity. Ambiguity & Innocence as weapons/gifts taking us beyond what we already know and melting into/creating international consciousness”.

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