Salon by Frank&Robbert Robbert&Frank

Aug 18, 2019
Malzer Weg 19, 16515 Oranienburg, Germany

During the weekend of the 17th & 18th of August Robbert&Frank Frank&Robbert will conclude their Berlin residency with a public presentation — a ‘Salon’. The presentation will take place on Sunday the 18th of August , 4 pm-6pm during the alternative arts festival ‘Ritual’, organized by Globe Gallery at a derelict tuberculosis hospital called Heilstätte Grabowsee, 30 km north of Berlin.


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Dears, thank you for registering to our #64 Salon! It is scheduled to take place from 4pm-6pm on the 18th of August 2019 at Grabowsee!

For those who would like to travel together from Berlin, we will meet at track number 3 at the Potsdamer Platz station at 13.15 to take the RE5 leaving at 13.37h! We will share the Brandenburg ticket, please let us know if you will join. Aleksander: 017683048414 or Susanne 017670130405, so we can buy the tickets!

Looking forward to our excursion into Brandenburg! all best wishes, ABA team

#64 Salon: 18th of August, 4pm-6pm

Adress: Gelände Grabowsee, Malzer Weg 19, 16515 Oranienburg

The coordinates for maps and navigation are: 52°47’15.6″N 13°17’36.0″E

or 52.787673, 13.293319

If you are in the neighborhood already, please contact the artists directly via (R)+32 484 155 513 – (F)+32 479 72 53 01 for entry!

Image: ‘Suitcase – Fire Ritual’ 2019, Robbert&Frank, Frank&Robbert


During the weekend of the 17th & 18th of August


Public transportation:

Please use the regional train or the S-Bahn from Berlin. Exit at station Oranienburg. From Oranienburg you can either go by bike or by bus to Grabowsee. If you go by bus please use the bus 804 from Oranienburg. Exit at station “Grabowsee Fähre”. From there it is walking distance to the site.


About artists:

Frank&Robbert Robbert&Frank is a Belgian artist duo working in visual arts, theater and performance. During their time in Berlin R&F F&R are researching social practice, the transformative and psychological qualities of rituals and the history of early abstract / symbolic representations of the world (i.e. proto-languages, obsolete written languages).

Their practice is very much hands-on and trail and error based. Currently they are developing shrines to be placed in public space, clay tablets onto which they try to symbolically represent their arts practice, and wooden suitcases containing all the props for a ritual performance.


With a general support of Botschaft von Belgien