Screening: I didn´t cross the border, the border crossed me

On August 25th we will launch officially our new project consisting in a series of evening screenings entitled “Bridging through Stories” and we are thrilled to announce the projection of the Documentary film: “I Didn’t Cross the Border, The Border Crossed Me” (1h 09min – Georgia / Germany 2015) The event will take place at 800A (Berlin) […]

“Bridging through Stories”, our personal film series

A project aimed at raising awareness and improving understanding of the realities affected by walls. The world is increasingly more divided by walls. But does a wall always have to be physical? Let’s not forget the invisible ones, that are even harder to traverse and are all around us. Like the steady accumulation of economic […]

One evening with 18591km

18591km in colaboration with Migration Hub Network present a new project open for everyone. One evening with 18591km comes with a screening of the movie “Rhytm Is It!” and a call for volunteers. Rhythm Is It! is  German documentary film directed by Thomas Grube and Enrique Sánchez Lansch. The film documents a project undertaken by the Berlin Philharmonic principal conductor Simon Rattle and choreographer Royston Maldoom who […]

Refugees: Point of impact

We live in a system of private property seeking at the same time to be a part of an advanced society. The spaces are public or private governed by borders. The borders reflect the human lacks, are the main obstacle towards a true evolution. A revolution of understandig, compasion and love which is capable of […]

TUR – SYR: 899KM – An der Grenze zum Krieg – Exhibition

Since 2011 more than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives in an armed conflict, which began as another so called “Arab Spring” uprising against an autocratic ruler and then escalated into a brutal proxy war that has drawn regional and world powers. More than 4.5 million people have fled Syria since the start of the […]

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CETA, TISA & TTIP … The Solution to All Problems

EU Commision says: About CETA: “Europe currently faces big challenges, like: – kick-starting our own economy – responding to conflicts close to our borders – adapting to other, emerging economies outside Europe – maintaining our influence in the wider world.” About TTIP: “… benefit people in Europe, the US – and the rest of the world, too.” […]

The Reduction of the Refugee Solidarity Movement to Just Another Trend

Year 2011, while the effect of the Egyptian arab spring seemed to get rapidly contagious over another Northern African countries, ousting dictatorial regimes after decades of unbroken rule; a resistance movement against El-Assad government rose up in Syria. But in contrast to what happened in some neighbour countries and certainly because of its strategically geographical […]

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Schön, dass ihr da seid – Willkommensfest 2016

Morgen ist es soweit, das „Schön, dass ihr da seid – Willkommensfest 2016“ findet wieder auf dem Tempelhoferfeld statt. Ihr seid alle herzlich eingeladen. Von 12 – 20 Uhr. 18591km e.V. veranstaltet eine Reihe von Workshops: Yoga, Spiele, Teather/Storytelling von 12-17 Uhr in der ‘Zusammenkunft-Ecke’. Eingang über : Herrfurthstrasse / Oderstrasse – Ubahnhof Boddinstrasse Maps: […]

Walls, Fears and Limits by Pablo Guerrero Alberola

18591 km is an arbitrary number. Even if we are able to relate this cypher with the length of the physical walls around the world, 18591 km would still reflect the arbitrariness of the metric system. What transcends this cypher is not the thousands of fences, walls, mines, barbed wire and watchtowers that surround us, […]

An Insight into the Artists featuring at 18591km Art Exhibition

Does a wall always have to be physical? or are they actually just the materialization of ideas of any kind of nature: political, economic, cultural, moral…giving shape to our lives and our relations, creating prejudices and fears, molding our opinion as a result of a single sided reporting? These questions have driven 18591km to come together with […]

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