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Annelisa Leinbach, Ally Walch, Linnea Lieth

Barrierefreier Zugang
28 June 2024 19:00–22:00 29 June 2024 10:00–22:00 30 June 2024 10:00–19:00
For most people, moments of excluding the many sensory inputs of the external world are far too rare. Moments of just existing, or focusing on a single thing: reading the words of a poem, or listening to your own voice or mood. Moments behind the scenes where you don't have to perform in front of anyone else.

In the big city, these moments are even more difficult to find. The canopies invite visitors to remember the magic of the quiet moments of childhood in which you could find a hiding place – in a self-made fort, under the kitchen table, or in the branches of a favorite tree, where quiet moments during the day could become a bridge to your own imagination, and a respite from the external world.

Documentation and sharing are naturally welcome – ideally after leaving the screen turned off and enjoying a moment for yourself.


Annelisa Leinbach, Ally Walch, Linnea Lieth

Annelisa Leinbach ( is from Arizona. Her art explores themes of adventure, the relationship between humans and the natural world, science, feminine sensuality, and spiritual mysticism.

Ally Walch ( was born in Tyrol. Their pictures usually reflect intense feelings and states, in a light and colorful way. Growing up in a female body and its further social and political consequences are often the source of their inspiration.

Linnea Lieth ( is from North Carolina. Though she studied art, she is most active as an illustrator. She’s fascinated by magical realism and the relationships between people and their environments, and between one another.


Am Südhaus
12053 Berlin





Barrierefreier Zugang