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Allistair Walter
Andreas Levisianos
Andreas Szczurowski
Anna Vosse Carpaij
Araiké Da Silva
Arezoo Molaei
BalzerBalzer Studio
Belen Resnikowski
Björn Heyn
Cali Rose
Canberk Akçal
Cemre Bayatlıer
Christos Atzinas
Clara Sandau
Colette Callec
Cosmo Schueppel
Daria Kozlova
Ditte Østergaard
Ege Şahin
Elena Rudolph
Elif Yıldırım
Emilia Schupp
Emil Schüler
Emre Saruhan
Ernstina Eitner
fårce RAIK
Ferdinand Waas
Franziska Harnisch
Fred Unruh
Gabriela Lesmes López
Gianmarco Donaggio
Jae August
Jan Robert von Raußendorf
Jean-Michel Rolland
Jinran Ha
Johannes Thiel
Jonas Blume
Josephine Knoll
Jozef Eduard Mashak
Juan Blanco
Julius Bobcke
Julius Voigt
Katya Quel
Kevin Lüdicke
Kiriakos Tompolidis
Lara Philine Lehnert
Lara Rocho
Lele Herrera
Lena Neuburger
Leo Elia Jung
Lexia Hachtmann
Lisa Duscha
Lisa Marie Steude
Lucie Abadie
Luka Naujoks
Luki von der Gracht
Lunita July Dorn
Marcus Kym Louend
Marlene Kargl
Marlon Nicolaisen
Marta Vovk
Mary Ocher
Matteo Kramer
Max Linnenschmidt
Mina Zlatoper
Moritz Kreul
Nicholas Petrus
Niklas Jeroch
Nina Caviezel
Nora Brooke Roggausch 
Paul Schlipf
Prince Emrah
Raras Umaratih
Ribana Schmidt
Robin Rapp
Sarah Steiner
Saskia Schiemann
Shira Orion
Shona Stark
Sorgen International
Şivan Kayas
Tiny Trees
Valentin Cafuk
Valentin Lux
Valentin Zimmermann
Viola Del Monte
Zahid Balta
Ximena Ferrer Pizarro

OPENING HOURS: 16:00-03:00

“Is it open?”

“Did you buy the tickets?”

“Flight number 1603 is ready for departure. Passengers should proceed to gate num..”

Opening Hours: 16:00–03:00 is a one day exhibition, focusing on the relation of temporarity and public/private spaces.

“Maps says its closed on Sunday.” “45 euros departure and return.”

Treptow Atelier being used as an atelier space on the second floor, warehouse for trains and a supermarket in the first floor and being a part of the old industrial side of Berlin, a periphery, the space could be used as a metaphor for an ongoing trip. It constantly grows, changes, shifts through different meanings as a space.

“Be a bit late. You guys can start eating!” “Can we stay till midnight?”
“It was a great show, what a night!”

Having cite specific works, a constantly changing stage for performances and on the loop cinema, we want to focus more on the performative side of an exhibition structure. Having elements from room structures (Living Rooms, Garten), we would like to question the meaning of the temporary relation of audience and the artwork. Why do we need to open and close places? How would you react to an exhibition, which is open for one day and named by the time framing of itself? What kind of a space would we have, in which the distance between seeing something for the first time and saying goodbye is so close? When does a room start to have a function? Are we try to personalize a space while we are exhibiting? When does a room loses its authenticity?

Opening Hours: 16:00 – 03:00 is an experiment of appreciating time. “Trying to catch the bus, lets talk later on, bye!”