Animation Expanded

animation expanded

Is there animation that diverts from linear storytelling, the strictly framed cinema-screen, or from the conventional structures in TV and on streaming platforms? You bet! Our exhibition “FAB Dimensional” features artistic work that brings animation into direct contact with the space, expands to more dimensions, and challenges linear storytelling as the status quo. The exhibition takes place for the very first time this festival season and focuses on Berlin-based artists. On display are seven positions of a differing nature and approach. They have in common their open-mindedness to advance towards new paths in animation, to view things differently, explore spaces and fill them with live. Do come in and see for yourself!



Dina Velikovskaya
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Maarten Isaäk de Heer
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Gudrun Krebitz
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Nicole Aebersold
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100 Days of Rain

Anna Benner
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URSONETT: Crown of Sonnets or Corona Sequence.

Frank Geßner
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Philipp Artus
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Opening Hours

Sunday, 04.10. 11am – 4pm (Opening)
Monday, 05.10. 4pm – 8pm
Tuesday, 06.10. 4pm – 8pm
Wednesday, 07.10. 4pm – 8pm
Thursday, 08.10. 4pm – 8pm
Friday, 09.10. 4pm – 10pm
Saturday, 10.10. 4pm – 10pm
Sunday, 11.10. 2pm – 8pm

Free admission


We kindly invite you to the opening of the exhibition on Sunday Oct. 4 starting 11 am. It will take place in and around the exhibition venue Verwalterhaus.


Kulturkapellen Verwalterhaus
Alter St. Marien – St. Nikolaifriedhof
Prenzlauer Allee 1
10405 Berlin

Public Transport

TRAM M4, M5, M6, M8: Mollstr./Otto-Braun-Str.
TRAM M2, M8: Mollstr./Prenzlauer Allee
U8, S-Bahn, Regionalzug, Bus: Alexanderplatz U2: Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz

Traveling to the venue from URANIA we recommend Bus 100 to Alexanderplatz or U2 from Wittenbergplatz to Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.

Due to the Corona Pandemic Regulations the number of visitors might be limited. Please prepare for longer waiting periods. You can find more information during the exhibition period on this website. It is obligatory to wear a protective mask while visiting the exhibition.