Architecture+Art Weekend / 30. June + 1. July 2018

W A Y T R O U G H / Pascal Brateau

Outdoor installation, guided tour on Sun, 1. July, 3pm

Image: W A Y T R O U G H by Pascal Brateau

Temporary installation by Pascal Brateau
Venue: Rosengarten in Treptower Park,
In the middle of the park section between Puschkinallee and Spree
Exhibition started on 20. June 2018
admission free
guided tour on Sun, 1. July, 3pm
by Martin Schönfeld
Meeting point: south exit S-Bhf Treptower Park

On the occasion of the 450th anniversary of Treptow and the restoration of the garden monument Treptower Park, the District Office Treptow-Köpenick offers guided tours along the Art Trail, in order to bring visitors closer to the sculptures. The tour takes about 90 minutes.

No registration required, please be there on time!

About Treptower Park

Pascal Brateau won the annual competition of the District Office Treptow-Köpenick this year with his work W A Y T R O U G H.

The site-specific installation accentuates the end of the path with a very consistent, seemingly minimalist formulation that evolves homogeneously from the plate pavement of the path and rises to a symbolic wall space figure. Pascal Brateau develops a two-dimensional shape into a plastic body. This conclusive idea also has usability – the visitors can sit down in the newly created amphitheater and look back into the path.

Important note: the site-specific installation “Enter at your own risk” of the same artist takes place until 13. July in gallery aquabitArt.