Art in public space


corange develops and realizes concepts for cultural events. The focus is on art in public space, accessible for a heterogeneous, interested audience.

During the implementation, intensive experience in the production of feature films, TV formats, commercials and music clips is incorporated.

At the same time, corange also relies on a long experience in the digital sphere. That’s why corange offers you the conception and setup of modern websites and corresponding SEO as well as the production of image films for the www.

See recent examples of this hybrid world of digital and analog production:

Christian Anslinger, founder of corange, pours 1000 giveaway seedlings for each dinner guest at Tempelhofer Wald.

Tempelhof Forest

The project Tempelhofer Wald in and on the building of the former Berlin Tempelhof Airport was conceived and implemented by Mica Moca. Curation and project management were provided by corange.

This project, funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe and in collaboration with Tempelhof Projekt GmbH and the Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing, poses the question of the future of this gigantic building.

In the process, artistic excursions provided access to otherwise inaccessible parts of the building. A wide variety of qualified voices had their say in colloquia, and those interested in the future of the building met at the Mahl der 1000. A resulting poster campaign rounded out the project.

Unseen Westeros

The five-day exhibition presented 80 artworks by more than 40 artists* from previously unreleased Game of Thrones worlds. In addition, there was a light and sound concept, an audio guide as well as lounge & store.

corange took over location scouting and location management and developed an event concept together with the organizers* as the basis of the security concept, which guided the streams of visitors on a fixed tour through the entire building.

Literature on the Park Bench

Literature on the Park Bench, Berlin’s first word garden, took place for the first time at Berlin’s Tiergarten in 2019 with 50 authors* in bright sunshine. The format is ideal for bringing culture to performance even under the conditions of the pandemic. It was implemented again at Goethepark Cottbus in September 2021 in collaboration with the City and Brandenburgisches Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst (BLMK).

corange was involved in the development of the concept and acted as organizer, took over project management, production, website as well as SEO.