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Exhibition “My Servant’s Master” by Day Eve/Audioslut

February 8, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - February 20, 2023 @ 5:00 pm CET

***Exhibition Extended due to popular demand! Opening hours this week: Tuesday, February 21 to Sunday, February 26 (last day): 1pm to 5pm daily.***


The exhibition will run from February 8 – 20, 2023.

Opening hours are:

Tuesdays to Sundays: 1pm – 5pm
Mondays: CLOSED

In conjunction with their artist residency at Mental Health Arts Space Berlin, “My Servant’s Master”, a solo exhibition by Day Eve/Audioslut invites the audience to dwell gently in a space of grief, transformation and healing, pausing and slowing down to create their own grief “trails”. It is an immersive and multimedia exhibition that merges photography, film and sound, one that invites participants to face their existential condition and embrace the fullness of their being through different stages of transition and transformation.

The installation is grounded in mindfulness, meditative thinking and non-western healing practices. It depicts moments of (re-)birth, encounter and intimacy between beings for whom experiences of marginalisation, grief, pain and wounding have become hauntingly familiar. In carving out a space of tenderness, empathy and care that offers a moment of repose and communion beyond the speakable, “My Servant’s Master” articulates the depths of Black grief, transformation, and enduring love.

Image: Michelle Gutiérrez, featuring Godxnoirphiles

“To be loving is to be open to grief, to be touched by sorrow, even sorrow that is unending. The way we grieve is informed by whether we know love.” – bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions.

This exhibition will be accompanied by a grief workshop on February 15 at 7pm for Black FLINTAs, and on February 16 at 7pm for BIPoCs. See the “events” section for further details. The workshop on February 16 is booked out. Places for February 15 are limited, so do register in advance. 



February 8, 2023 @ 12:00 pm CET
February 20, 2023 @ 5:00 pm CET


Mental Health Arts Space (MHAS) Berlin is a non-profit arts/project space run by, with, and for BIPoC folks and marginalized groups. Every donation is most appreciated and helps us continue our work!   

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