#SaveTheDate – The LOST ART Festival, which already attracted 17,000 visitors in 2017, will finally take place from 24-26.09.21 after a 3-year planning phase. LOST offers an intensive art and music experience for 48 hours in an old industrial monument that is otherwise inaccessible to the public. 80 musicians and artists, including Berghain resident Norman Nodge and well-known artists such as Christopher Bauder (Lichtgrenze/DEEP WEB/Skalar) will transform 6000m2 of the industrial monument into an intensive art experience. lostartfestival.com/tickets
Each space will be staged by a different artist, creating the work in interaction with the existing spaces. The exhibition is therefore unique and cannot be repeated.
Visitors can discover the hidden places on the site on their own. The path through the transformer station is 1 km long. The darkening of the premises makes the visitor an invisible observer. Only the artworks are illuminated. The audience has the experience of losing themselves in the dark premises and slowing down the pace of perceiving art. The 100-year-old transformer station is a fascinating rough diamond of a kind that is becoming increasingly rare in Berlin. Catacomb cellars, endless halls and hidden spaces – for 2 days, all premises that were previously inaccessible will be opened to the public.
LOST is a non-commercial festival and lives from the artists and musicians who passionately transform this old site for the visitors. They all work for an expense allowance to keep the ticket price as low as possible for the visitors. Due to the current Corona situation, the number of tickets is very limited – it is therefore worth booking one of the slots early.