A photographic diptych of a woman's face in profile merging with and surrounded by flowing red hair, yellow flowers and green leaves. This image then meets a second one of leaf shadows and silhouettes.


An Exhibition curated by Kate Brehme and Kirstin Broussard at Kommunale Galerie Charlottenburg from 22.11.2023 – 11.02.2024


Asako Shiroki, Catherine Rose Evans,
Dirk Sorge, Jovana Komnenic,
Dennis Meier, Kirstin Naomie Broussard

The six artists in To/From entice us to incorporate the world via our senses including our sense of history, time, memory and place. They explore the idea of relationality as a feedback loop that travels in multiple directions positioning the body as lens: as both a receptor and locus of knowledge and creativity. They challenge us to consider how we each understand our physical, geographical or temporal environment through different embodied perceptions.

Our senses place and expand us, revealing both visible and invisible connections.

To/From invites us to travel through and beyond the borders of our own bodies to reside in the in-between.

An audioguide for the exhibition can be found below, along with a written transcript.

Public Program

Exhibition Opening: Tuesday, 21st. November, 2023 at 6pm.

Heike Schmitt-Schmelz | Bezirksstadträtin/District Councillor
Elke von der Lieth | Kommunale Galerie Berlin

Kate Brehme and Kirstin Broussard | Berlinklusion
in German, English and German Sign Language

Curator’s Talk: Wednesday 31st January 2024, 6-7 pm, in English and German Sign Language

Education Workshops for Children: information will be posted here soon

Closing event with coffee and cake: Sunday 11th February 2024, 2-5pm


Location: Komunale Galerie Charlottenburg

Hohenzollerndamm 176 | 10713 Berlin
t 030 | 90 29 16704

Opening Hours:

Dienstag bis Freitag | 10 –17 Uhr
Mittwoch | 10 –19 Uhr
Samstag, Sonntag | 11 –17 Uhr
Vom 23.12.2023 bis 2.1.2024 geschlossen

Free entry

Public Transport Connections:

U3 | U7 
Fehrbelliner Platz (230m from gallery)

Bus 101 | 143 | 115 
Fehrbelliner Platz (230m from gallery)

Hohenzollerndamm (750m from gallery)

The building:

The gallery has a step-free entrance through glass double-doors. Our exhibition is on the first floor, which can be located by turning right after the foyer and going up the stairs, or alternatively, by asking at the foyer to access to the lift. There are disabled accessible toilets accessible via a Eurokey.

The exhibition features a tactile floor system, a tactile map, an audio guide (in English) and different types of seating (including bean-bags). There is a quiet rest room available during events. If there is anything that can help make your visit more accessible, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0178 133 4761 or at info@berlinklusion.de