3 p.m. (en. & dt.) Curatorial Introduction and artists talks Short tour and introduction to the works of the artists Sasha Amaya, Florine Schüschke and Philine Puffer by the curators of Kunst im Untergrund: as above, so below. 3.30 p.m. (en. & dt.) Lecture »Apocalypse!!! Not — Creating Mundane Visions for Resilient Futures« by Juli Sikorska Juli Sikorska invited the writer and actor Geoff Mills for a short talk about »Toying with Time and Space«: How time and space can be used to transform knowledge into feeling, and the uncertainty of climate change into a tangible reality. 4 p.m. und 6 p.m. (dt.) Audio essay »Local Guide« by Philine Puffer. A tour with the U8 on ideas of cleanliness and safety, mobility restrictions, and online reviews. Limited seats – By registration only via kunst-im-untergrund[at]ngbk.de Dauer: 45min. | Journey to underground station Franz-Neumann-Platz With Moritz Ahlert (research assistant, TU Berlin, Habitat Unit), Helga Bayertz (moderator and speaker, e.g. of the BVG announcements ), Elias Nies (journalist and disability expert), Philipp Staab (professor of sociology, HU Berlin/Einstein Center for Digital Future), Stephanie Weiser (underground driver) and Yadigar Igde (owner of the flower shop at the station Kottbusser Tor). During a shared trip aboard the U8, an audio essay will feature different voices talking about riding the metro and how this is publicly perceived. The audio piece by Philine Puffer deals with the digitalised city, cultures of rating, underground identities, accessibility, prejudices and everyday experiences in Berlin’s U-Bahn. 18:00 (en. & de.) Online at as-above-so-below.ngbk.de Videostream »Living in Berlin’s Underground?« Discussion on living in minimum space with experts from architecture, psychology and urban exploring Looking for new housing under the surface of the city is either the last option in the face of a tight housing market or an exciting new way to use unused urban space. How much sunlight do you need anyway? What do new social communities look like underground? What are the potentials for the housing problem in the reuse of historic properties? In this video, tiny house specialist Van Bo Le-Mentzel, architect Emma Williams, philosopher Fabian Goppelsröder and architectural psychologist Riklef Rambow respond to Clara Brinkmann’s ideas on underground living in Berlin.