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Honey-Suckle Company: Omnibus

Wednesday 02 October 2019Sunday 12 January 2020

Survey of the work of Berlin collective Honey-Suckle Company, bringing together key moments of the group’s twenty-five-year history. Founded in 1994, Honey-Suckle Company identify themselves as a movement, built around an ongoing series of fluctuating and ephemeral interventions within the fields of fashion, music and art. The collective emerged from the post-reunification and pre-Internet cultural and social contexts of Berlin, defined by underground techno and squatting scenes. Honey-Suckle Company derive their name and ethos from homoeopath Dr Edward Bach’s honeysuckle flower remedy. According to Bach, the honeysuckle plant’s properties help one to learn from past experiences and re-establish a sense of trust in the future in order to feel grounded in the present.

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Keyword tags

1990s | Bach Flower Remedy | Berlin | Honey-Suckle Company | honeysuckle | interventions | squatting | techno


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