Current Upcoming Past
August 15, 2020 – January 31, 2021, 5pm, CET  Berlin

3hd 2020: UNHUMANITY

August 20, 2020 – January 31, 2021  Tokyo, Los Angeles, Milan, and more

3hd 2020: ECO-centers
インフラ INFRA
AQNB
Montez Press Radio
NAVEL
Terraforma

August 21, 12pm  Yamamoto Gendai Gallery

[SOI] Re-Animation
インフラ INFRA
DJ Paypal

Saturday September 26, 2020  Secret Location in London NW3

Hyperobjectivity
AQNB
Ewa Awe

October 3, 7–11pm, CET  Kleiner Wasserspeicher, Diedenhofer Straße, 10405 Berlin

Dune
Ange Halliwell
Iku
Space Afrika
Thoom

October 1-4, 2020, 2pm CET  Großer Wasserspeicher, Belforter Str., 10405 Berlin

Echo Chamber
Dorota Gawęda & Eglė Kulbokaitė
Alice Z Jones
Hans-Henning Korb
Petja Ivanova & Cammack Lindsey
Johanna Odersky
Emilie Palmelund & Oli XL
Tea Stražičić
Laura Welker
Battle-ax
Alpha Maid

November 4, 2020 – November 7, 2020, UTC  HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin

The Laboratory of The Undercurrent
Rory Pilgrim

September 17, 7–11.00pm, CET  Kleiner Wasserspeicher, Diedenhofer Straße, 10405 Berlin

Waterworld
GLOR1A
Nazar
Toxe
Florian T M Zeisig

August 29, 5-10pm , CET  Gallery Körnerpark, Schierker Str. 8, 12051 Berlin

An occasion to consider celebration futures
Isabel Lewis
Juliana Huxtable
Mars Dietz
Sissel Tolaas
Chelsea Turowsky

August 15, 5–7.30pm, CET  Schloss Biesdorf, Alt-Biesdorf 55, 12683 Berlin

LUGLIO
Annamaria Ajmone
Felicity Mangan
Marshall Vincent
Jessica Ekomane

Participants

インフラ INFRA

Annamaria Ajmone

AQNB

Battle-ax

Mars Dietz

DJ Paypal

Claude Eigan

Jessica Ekomane

Ewa Awe

Dorota Gawęda & Eglė Kulbokaitė

GLOR1A

Ange Halliwell

Lars TCF Holdhus

Huntrezz

Juliana Huxtable

Iku

Petja Ivanova & Cammack Lindsey

Alice Z Jones

Hans-Henning Korb

Isabel Lewis

Montez Press Radio

Alpha Maid

Felicity Mangan

NAVEL

Nazar

Johanna Odersky

Emilie Palmelund & Oli XL

Eva Papamargariti

Rory Pilgrim

Joanna Pope & Steph Holl-Trieu

Space Afrika

Tea Stražičić

Jenna Sutela

Terraforma

Thoom

Toxe

Sissel Tolaas

Chelsea Turowsky

Marshall Vincent

Laura Welker

Alice Yuan Zhang & Alexander Kaye

Florian T M Zeisig

About

Now in its sixth edition, 3hd 2020 will act as a queer-feminist biotope created by Creamcake. "UNHUMANITY" deals with a system of human and non-human forces, built around an interconnected habitat of art, music, performance, digital culture, and its relationship to the more opaque idea of Nature Herself. The festival’s program is an expression of a transition between an untenable past and an uncertain future, while recognizing natural and technological actors as equal partners, and bringing its audience closer to a new model for an interspecies community.

In an era of climate change and pandemic, 3hd 2020 will implement a decentralized and dislocated festival structure across different locations around the globe. Los Angeles, Milan, and the woods of Norway, are just some of the nodes in the neural network of the extended ECO-centers organism, branching out from its usual base in Berlin. While there will still be events at HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Gallery at Körnerpark from November 3 to 7, Creamcake will commence their multidimensional program, online and IRL, starting on August 20 and running to January next year.

View our archive at http://3hd-festival.com/archive.

Team

Co-Founder & Artistic Director
Daniela Seitz

Co-Founder & Managing Director
Anja Weigl

Curation & Project Management
Tomke Braun

Editorial
Steph Kretowicz

Press & Communication
Giselle Gordon

Communication Assistant
Atefa Omar

Production Assistant
Buyegi Kisalya

Design
Jon Lucas

Photography & Video
Ink Agop & Jannik Schneider

Accessibility

3hd 2020: “UNHUMANITY”
Visitor & Service Information

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we have implemented adapted health and safety regulations with every venue for our audience.

Ticketing/ Entry

Hygiene regulations in the event area

Gastronomy/ Service/ Team

Accessibility information by venue

If you still have questions or need help, please contact our team at production@creamcake.de. 

Venue: Kleiner Wasserspeicher

Address: Diedenhofer Str. 10405 Berlin
Website

Barrier-free entry/ Special:
A barrier-free entrance to the water reservoir is accessible via Kolmarer Straße, which is suitable for people with limited mobility, wheelchairs and prams. There are no restrooms at Großer Wasserspeicher. Parts of the paths are paved with cobblestone. Our team is happy to assist you.

Venue: Großer Wasserspeicher

Address: Belforter Str. 10405 Berlin
Website

Barrier-free entry/ Special:
A barrier-free entrance to the water reservoir is accessible via Kolmarer Straße, which is suitable for people with limited mobility, wheelchairs and prams. There are no restrooms at Großer Wasserspeicher. Parts of the paths are paved with cobblestone. Our team is happy to assist you.

Venue: HAU Hebbel am Ufer

Address: HAU2, Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin
Website

Barrier-free entry/ Special: 
HAU2 is barrier-free. There are two marked parking spots in front of the building (in Großbeerenstraße). A wheelchair ramp and lift, as well as barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised via service@hebbel-am-ufer.de or +49 (0) 30 259004-102.


Venue: Galerie im Körnerpark

Address: Schierker Str. 8, 12051 Berlin
Website

Barrier-free entry/ Special:
Visitors who require a barrier-free entrance or exit have the opportunity to use the ramp in the park. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available.


Venue: Schloss Biesdorf

Address: Alt-Biesdorf 55, 12683 Berlin
Website

Barrier-free entry/ Special:
Access to Schloss Biesdorf is barrier-free. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available.

Participant



3hd 2020: UNHUMANITY
August 15, 2020 – January 31, 2021, 5pm, CET
Berlin

Now in its sixth edition, 3hd 2020 will act as a queer-feminist biotope created by Creamcake. "UNHUMANITY" deals with a system of human and non-human forces, built around an interconnected habitat of art, music, performance, digital culture, and its relationship to the more opaque idea of Nature Herself. The festival’s program is an expression of a transition between an untenable past and an uncertain future, while recognizing natural and technological actors as equal partners, and bringing its audience closer to a new model for an interspecies community. 


In an era of climate change and pandemic, 3hd 2020 will implement a decentralized and dislocated festival structure across different locations around the globe. Los Angeles, Milan, and the woods of Norway, are just some of the nodes in the neural network of the extended “ECO-centers” organism, branching out from its usual base in Berlin. While there will still be events at HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Gallery at Körnerpark from November 3 to 7, 3hd 2020 will kick off its multidimensional program with Annamaria Ajmone and Felicity Mangan’s “LUGLIO” performance, and a DJ set by Jessica Ekomane on August 15. The presentation at Berlin’s Schloss Biesdorf, continues the duo’s extemporaneous reworkings of the private dialogue between a dancer and a sound artist. Responding to the resident bat colony of the enchanted park surrounding the neoclassical-style palace, Ajmone and Mangan hold and remodel the morphing psychographic and immediate landscape surrounding them.


Other participants—including Lars TCF Holdhus, Isabel Lewis, DJ Paypal, Huntrezz, Rory Pilgrim, Jenna Sutela—will consider and observe new modes of multispecies communication and notions of care for non-human forms, through performances, concerts, film screenings, audio and visual field recordings, VR worlds, live online sessions, DJ sets, workshops. In redefining our relationship with nature, they will seek innovative ways of exploring the environment. That said, the thematic focus of "UNHUMANITY" lies in social-ecological change, metamorphosis, and morphing, as well as questions of time and perception, (cyber)space and sustainability.


3hd’s "UNHUMANITY" program is more practically a direct response to the state of emergency and solidarity caused by the economic and political fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is currently affecting every aspect of life—not mentioning the festival planning process. It’s a situation that has led Creamcake to rethink its own infrastructure, goals and objectives, giving us the chance to rewire the way we work with the artists and collaborators, formats and institutions within our existing network. The entanglement of on- and offline interactions that were always a big part of how we operate, will be rerouted and dispersed geographically into the many local communities across an international map of truly interdisciplinary thinking and thinkers. 


Since our community can’t convene in Berlin as usual, we’ve built out this year’s 3hd website to become a decentralized map of events, along with our concurrent “Symbiotic Agencies” group exhibition, running to January 31, 2021. Creamcake will facilitate artists and scenes within their regions, to reflect on the mobility and sustainability of a festival format in a post-pandemic world. In connecting both remotely and physically with invited  partners in even more unique and innovative ways, 3hd 2020’s “UNHUMANITY” edition brings our global locus of queer ecofeminists together again, even if it won’t be together in ‘person’.