Trilogy for the Neighbourwood (Birds): Trilogy for the Neighbourwood Birds, Trees, Air

Edward Summerton (Artist), Björn Braun (Artist), Denise Scott Brown (Artist), Nicolò & Audrey Degiorgis & Solomon Daniela Friebel (Artist), Oskar & Katharina Heinroth (Artist), Jochen Lempert (Artist), Angelica Mesiti (Artist), Eadweard Muybridge (Artist), Peter Piller (Artist), David Shrigley (Artist), Guillaume Simoneau (Artist), Mark Steinmetz (Artist), Cemre & Maria Ye ̨sil & Sturm (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Trilogy for the Neighbourwood (Birds) is the first instalment of the Trilogy for the Neighbourwood Birds,Trees, Air - An exhibition of international artists and researchers curated by Jörg Koopmann & Lene Harbo Pedersen. Invited by Peter Ottmann.
Located in the special artspace C834, a privately run, noncommercial gallery, placed in the 8th floor of the Cobusier Building, Berlin. Corbusiers' legendary "living machine"
Three separate group shows - Birds, Trees, Air are based on reflection conditioned by the site at Le Corbusier Unité and what Corbusier based some of his theories on, the human measures and structures, impacted by thoughts on human centeredness.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherC 384 Corbusierhaus Berlin
Media of outputOther
Size10 paintings each 17cm x 24cm
Publication statusPublished - 26 Sept 2021


  • Corbusierhaus. birds. photography. painting. film


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