For the second time, we kindly invite you to Open Day in OP ENHEIM, during which you will be able to visit our tenement house. This time, however, the guided tours will be enriched with elements of performance that include visual and musical elements prepared by an international team of artists.

On 8 June, Renata Bardzik-Milosz will guide you through the restored and completely new spaces of the former Oppenheim House, and will be accompanied by Anna Katalin Nemeth, Olivier Pinchbeck, Jakub Olejnik, Darek Dzugan and video material by Louis Volkmann.

The performances will take place at:

1st tour: 12:00 – 13:10
2nd tour: 13:15 – 14:25
3rd tour: 14.30 – 15:40

/ Due to the comfort of visiting, the number of places is limited. Reservations are accepted at the following address: /

Before or after the walk, we invite you to relax in the zone prepared at Solny Square, where at 16:00 the performance will take place.

Within the project on 6 -7.06.2019, a free dance and movement workshop will take place. The Space in between / Tensegrity open dance workshop, which will be led by dancers and performers: Anna Katalin Németh and Oliver Pinchbeck.

More about the workshops: LINK

The Grotowski Institute, Na Grobli Studio, 30/32 Na Grobli Street, Wrocław

Open Day
OP ENHEIM, 4 Solny Square, Wrocław


Lives In Between_
Sound*Architecture*Film and Dance meet in the work of HANS POELZIG and the history of OP ENHEIM
Live performance

The project was created as part of Berlin_forum kultury_Wrocław initiated and implemented by Convivium Berlin e.V., Kulturzug / Train to culture, Strefa Kultury Wrocław as part of the AIR Wro program – in cooperation with OP ENHEIM. Projects Lives in Between and The Space in Between are supported and funded by the Senate of the City of Berlin for Culture and Europe.

LIVES IN BETWEEN is an interdisciplinary artistic project dedicated to analysis and reflection on the existing similarities between Berlin and Wroclaw, based on the history and architecture of both cities. The aim of the project is to show the relationship between space, time and past, for which OP ENHEIM, as an example of a living story city, is an excellent starting point for further analysis, which will be devoted to the current and important in both cities architecture of Hans Poelzig – The Four Domes Pavilion in Wroclaw and the House of Radio (Haus des Rundfunks) in Berlin.

The idea of LIVES IN BETWEEN has been developed by an interdisciplinary Wrocław-Berlin team consisting of: Anna Katalin Németh (HU) – dancer and choreographer, Louis Volkmann (DE) – photographer and video artist, Jakub Olejnik (PL) – musician, Oliver Pinchbeck (GB) – circus artist and Darek Dzugan (PL) – musician.

The Wrocław organizers of the project are OP ENHEIM and Strefa Kultury Wrocław.

Lives In Between_Sound * Architecture * Film and Dance meet in the work of HANS POELZIG and the history of OP ENHEIM will be presented in Wrocław as part of the OP ENHEIM Open Day on 8th of June 2019.