Old views in the Balkan war of destroyed cities in Henning caps mountain are mnemonic images. Karsten Konrad with his model of missing DDR architecture refers to the quarries in the Berlin urban fabric as well as the visions of a defunct state. “Other works concentrate on the local history of the Neukolln: Franz Johns sound installation remember…” makes perceptible forgotten and overlooked places in the district. Martina Becker asks for our roots and cultural frame of reference. They staged operation Richard”the spectacular discovery of a small, forgotten society, which is sealed off from the outside world has not changed for 650 years. Continuously from Friday 19:00-Sunday 19:00 reads Author Club cross text poems and stories across all genres, times and worlds.
Location: Altes Museum, Ganghofer str. 3, FR 19:00 to 19:00 urban memories in parallel developing six artists from different countries of participatory projects and performances, which seek the participation of children, young people and adults, or come in direct interaction with visitors to the exhibition. urban memories pointed out that the own, multi-perspectival stories of intercultural population Neukolln are the Geschichte(n!) of the district. Location: Altes Museum, Ganghofer str. 3, FR 19:00 19:00 becomes Eleonore Prochaska at the media art project of Eleonore Prochaska reminded, was born as a daughter of Czech immigrants in Bohmisch Rixdorf 225 years ago. During the wars of liberation against Napoleon she joined the Lutzow as a man disguised Freikorps, was seriously wounded in the battle and died. She point out as the Prussian Jeanne d’ Arc “honoured. In one Including surviving intimate letters written by Eleonore Prochaska at her brother, and a funeral March composed specially for Eleonore Prochaska by Ludwig van Beethoven will be to hear outside installation of the artist Beate Klompmaker. Stations of identity change of Eleonore Prochaska (actress Rita Braisch) are in the form of photographic portraits on advertising media in the Berlin City area, in particular in Neukolln, and in Cologne, Germany and in usti nad Orlici in the Czech Republic to see.