Noticing the gender dynamic during the mayor's visit, one of the participants drew this revealing contemplation.
Left to right from top: Hassan Aji, Waalid Bara, Hanna Aljarada, Herr Tietze (Staatssekretär für Integration), Martin Myritz (Arbeitsvermittler Jobcenter), Michael Grunst (Bezirksbürgermeister Lichtenberg), Dr. Neumann (Geschäftsführer Jobcenter Berlin-Lichtenberg), Daniel Seiple, Maher Mohammed
We moved outside for fresher air... We're starting to use epoxy to adhere the layers of plywood and will soon wrap the boat in epoxy soaked cloth.
There's a lot time and patience required. Waalid is sitting at the tool bench on the left. In the last weeks, four new participants have started coming – bringing us to 8-participants. We're finding our working rhythm. Below you can see how Waalid comes into the process... waiting, studying the plans and checking out our bulkhead handiwork. Then he reveals that he knows the arithmetic for drawing the boat's master curve and makes a tool to do so.
28. November 2017 - 21. January 2018
Museum Lichtenberg im Stadthaus, Türrschmidtstraße 24, 10317 Berlin