The Mindpirates Projektraum was an independent art space and a curatorial platform for the collaborative production and presentation of artistic projects, exhibitions and critical research work. It was a meeting place for the exchange of thoughts and impulses through which to forge relationships with the guest artists and the public.
The Projektraum was Mindpirates’ creative headquarter, located in a remodeled former flour mill in Berlin Kreuzberg. Here, they provided an inspiring gallery setting and a platform for experimentation across a variety of artistic projects and practices. The diverse program of weekly artistic and cultural events has become very popular among an ever-growing community.
Mindpirates projects are characterized by multiple levels of active engagement with the guest artists, the site and audience. The process of artistic collaboration is an invaluable and crucial part of a project. Together we work towards new ideas about the functions of art and the role of the artist. The Mindpirates support and develop ambitious artistic vision, critical dialogue and original thought – and always welcome challenges.
Pauline Doutreluingne – curator
Easton West – art director
Lynn Koppen – project manager
Nora Colie – film programming
Cy Iurinic – project developer
Kevin Klein – video production
Nine Yamamoto-Masson – editorial director
Ralf Schmerberg – founder, advisor
For more information have a look at our Projektraum website: http://mindpirates.org/projektraum