Lucia Berger











Lucia Berger is a passionate sculptress, art-therapist, editor, furniture-trainer, philosophy-, body- and rope-lover based in Berlin. Since she discovered Schwelle7 in 200?, it became her favourite place to explore, question and practice the connections and possibilities of those passions. As for example in her thesis about the emerging notion of comfort and its consequences for the furniture and the social and love life in the 18th century in France or in performing in Felix Ruckert's "Farm".





Your clitoris is probably huge. No matter your gender.
Even if you think that you don't have a clit, maybe there is a hidden one or some leftovers from the past or the future. She is probably huge and gigantic. But where is she exactly located? How does she look like? Where does she swell to? How does she move?
What happens if we create a space in which all our clits feel free to show up and to express themselves? What if you meet your clit, her feelings, her past, her wishes for the future, her needs, her desires, her phantasies and her personality?
How does she feel? What could make her feel good? What happens if we play with her? If we make her visible? If we make her audible? If we make her/them perceivable, observable, sensible? If she meets other clits?










Sculpture: © Lucia Berger