deLight Art Festival 2017 (March 23 – 27)

The deLight project is an environmentally-oriented light-art festival promoting sustainable lifestyles through contemporary art: we are establishing a new form of communication between eco-institutes, eco-initiatives, and audiences.

Every year, the WWF movement called Earth Hour brings communities from all around the globe together. During the initiative, people switch off their lights for one hour thus demonstrating their commitment to fighting climate change and raising awareness of environmental issues. Major cities of the world also contribute by de-energizing their landmarks including The Sydney Opera House, The Brandenburg Gates, and many others.

In 2017, deLight projects joins this worldwide action and provides all those interested in environmental problems with a chance to participate in it through our perspective. DeLight not only will disconnect from the electric network, but will generate electricity for a sustainable sound and light performance, adding a new dimension to Earth Hour and bringing the ‘non-electricity concept’ to a whole new level. Between 20:30 and 21:30 on March 25th 2017, in the forecourt of the club Ritter Butzke, a show with musical content by the sound-artist and composer Hugo Morales will take place. Light, sound, and tailor-made equipment will be our main tools for the performance in which the audience can also actively participate. Right afterwards, Ritter Butzke will invite our guests to a sustainable after party.

With the help of low-energy technologies, artists from all over Europe will highlight invisible natural phenomena such as the magnetic fields, temperature, vibrations, waves, and others. The exhibition will be held in ‘A Space Under Construction’ area located on the second floor of Ritter Butzke.

The third partner venue of the festival is Spektrum: a place aimed at presentation of technology-based artworks, science-focused events and futuristic utopias based on the principle “do-it-together-with-others”. At Spektrum, visitors will see Berlin’s live premiere of the AtomTone show by Czech artist Jiří Suchánek. And also a.melodie by Mélodie Melak Fenez, an experimental electronic music project, which is based on the responses plants have to their direct surroundings. Her work promotes complex interconnectivity between elements and presents Nature as a sentient being with inherent worth.

The deLight program also includes public talks with internationally renowned speakers experienced in the fields of green politics, sustainable lifestyle, ecology, eco-art, and light-art. Apart from that, film shows elaborating on environmental issues in unexpected contexts will be held.

And don’t forget to bring your old light bulbs – they will be carefully collected and recycled by the company Lightcycle.

Electric light has extended the boundaries of human capacity. Now, deLight is extending the boundaries of light.



23.03.2017 – 27.03.2017 deLight

#Earth Hour: 25.03 | 20:30

23.03 | 20:00 Live Show «A.Melodie» Melodie Melak Fenez, Spektrum

23.03 | 21:30 Live Show «AtomTone» Jiri Suchanek, Spektrum

25.03 – 27.03  Light-art Exhibition, A Space Under Construction

25.03 | 17:30 Public Talk, A Space Under Construction

25.03 | 20:30 Earth Hour: Sustainable Light&Sound Performace, Music by Hugo Morales

25.03 | 21:30 Afterparty, Ritter Butzke

26.03 | 19:00 Eco, Urban, Art – Film Screening



Ritterstr. 26, Kreuzberg 10969                                                     


Ritterstr. 26, 10969 Berlin                                                          


Bürknerstraße 12, 12407 Berlin


Hugo Morales                                                                                               

Dmitry Gelfand, Evelina Domnitch

Jiri Suchanek                                                          

Akitoshi Honda

Raum Zeit Piraten                                                          

Damien Beneteau

Mélodie Melak  Fenez                                                          

Alexander Isakov

Curated by Dariya Susak


Dariya Susak (Curator), +49 176 292 47 165

Diana Kim (Assistent curator)

Elena Barysheva (Producer)

Susanne Felsberg (Producer) –

Emilia Stebulyanina (PR-Manager) 

For more information, please see the informational PDF

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