Gentrification is like climate change. Its so obvious that everybody talks about it all the time but nothing happens. That leads to people getting annoyed by the topic, so they eventually start to ignore it. Gentrification is in the media, in politics, in rap-songs and on house-walls but most of the time the debates exclude
This week is all in the motto of the ITB, the international travel trade show of Berlin. Ben, who helped me out with a study for university, has been much into the subject of travelling himself. He created the Big Blog Map that displays blogs from all over the world. He’s been living in Berlin quite
Linda is a thirty year old danish lady who moved to Berlin in May 2012. At the moment she works as a customer agent at Zalando but being interested in installation and new media art, as well as having a master degree in nordic studies and media art from the university of Copenhagen. She hopes to find a job
Rie Yamada also known by her friends as Inddy, is a 27 years old Japanese photographer. She left her hometown Nagoya in Japan, to settle in Berlin in October 2011. Why Berlin? In 2008 I made a trip to Europe and visited above others Paris, Berlin, London and Barcelona. Those cities were wonderful but it’s with the German capital that
Yesterday, we wanted to give an insight into Hansaviertel's history and architecture. Today, we aim to portray one of the neighbourhood's residents who, from the very first day, lives in a single-family house designed by Arne Jacobsen. We visited and listened to her story.
Johanna is a young artist and textile designer from Straßbourg / France. She arrived in Berlin with the nighttrain from Zürich /Switzerland in May 2011. “It was fucking cold on that first morning in the city” she says. You could have moved anywhere in the world. Why Berlin? I visited Berlin a couple of times in my holidays and I always