Archive for December, 2006

Daimler-Chrysler / Potsdamer Platz

Daimler-Chrysler @ Potsdamer Platz

Interesting, how a wrong white balance can make the colours look more interesting.

Wie wahr…

Es spricht doch jedem Berliner aus der Seele…

Der U-Bahnfahrer

Kaum wird es heller, grinst er schon
so dunkel wie Ralph Siegel.
Dann fährt er ein in die Station
und lacht in seinen Spiegel:

Blass steigen hundert Feinde ein.
Er schliesst die Tür’n und wartet,
bis manches späte arme Schwein
zum grossen Rennen startet:

Die wolln noch mit, hihi, na schau!
Kaum drückt schweissnass den Drücker
der junge Mann, die alte Frau,
drückt wer aufs Gas? Der Ficker.

via Titanic

Berlin Girl #7

Chaeussestrasse…. See how arrogant and calm she is…

Berlin Attitude

'Wir sind viele und wir werden Mehr' von

Kein Wunder

Sonntag in Berlin

A documentary directed by Kerstin Hering.

Watch it tonight in the opium room at Spindler & Klatt. The movie is about 30 mins long and will be shown several times… starting at 9 pm.

The Dannenbaums

lived on Alt Moabit until they were deported and lost in Auschwitz. These ‘stumbling stones’ were placed in front of their home in Moabit by artist Gunter Demnig whose Stolpersteine Projekt has installed over 9000 such memorials across Germany in the memory of those who were murdered during the Holocaust. Stones can be sponsored for 95 euros – think Ahmadinejad might be interested?

Michael Fischer-art @ Hotel Berlin, Berlin

Michael Fischer-art, one of my favorite contemporary artists enhanced the Hotel Berlin last week (7th Dec, 2006). The mural covers the front of the hotel at Lützowplatz.

We are working on your future


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Shuffle everywhere


Advertisements for the new are currently flooding Berlin – the only thing is, you can’t get one anywhere – probably in all Germany.


Aram Bartholl – WOW

The number of online computer game players increases every day. Millions of players explore the virtual worlds in so called MMORPGs Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games like World of Warcraft for example. Every Player creates his own virtual character by choosing an outfit, race and special capabilities. But every players most unique sign for the virtual charackter is the name. The so called nickname is hovering above the head of the players avatar and visible for all other players in the game.

The performance WoW transforms this typical feature from MMORPGs to the real physical world. My name and identity is floating above my head and visible to every body else in the street.

Are we living in a MMORPG? Who are you? What is your reality?

The vid was shot at Torstrasse, here in Mitte, by the team of Aram Bartholl, you might remember this media artist by clicking here.

Damn Right

Bild 060

seen in hamburg

true for berlin

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