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The Vacancy: A “Berlin Experience”?


Ber­lin is littered with aban­doned places, but you can rarely find them in the city cen­ter any­more. The last one’s are either imme­di­ately sold to the biggest investor — a pro­cess that has been going on for a while — or used as tem­por­ary space. But not by artists, make­shift ravers or cul­tural pro­grams, at least not that I know, not like

The Things I Loved About Copenhagen


There’s enough said already about Copen­ha­gen, so I’m not going to bore you with more travel tipps. The city is a global favor­ite in terms of food, fash­ion, gen­eral style and pretty people. For someone who hadn’t vis­ited a Scand­inavian coun­try yet, Den­mark was long a front run­ner on my trip-list. I was eager to see this dia­mond on
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PostCollective: Berlin, Art and Instagram


Ever since Ins­tagram became every­bodys essen­tial social media plat­form, our ways of see­ing and writ­ing about Ber­lin have changed from photo stor­ies on the blog to live cap­tures in our Instafeeds. A pic­ture is a pic­ture: it doesn’t need a head­line or any con­text, and on Ins­tagram, it’s instant (duh). Not only does this par­tic­u­lar format cre­ate reli­able

Pop-Kultur Berlin

25.08.2015 · One comment

Pop-Kultur fest­ival is the re-incarnation of Ber­lin Music Week, set in Berg­hain, with a ver­sat­ile line-up and inter­est­ing pan­els. For three days at the end of August, Ber­lin will be ded­ic­ated to pop when the first ever ‘Pop-Kultur’ takes place, a fest­ival with DJ sets and lec­tures, dis­cus­sions and con­certs. More than 60 artists make up the

Laily’s Berlin: Pentaprisma Photography Course


We’ve all ima­gined ourselves as the next Annie Leibovitz or Henri Cartier-Bresson…no? Not even a little? Well at least I can say we’ve all dreamt to be known for hav­ing the coolest Face­book pro­file pics. I have never been form­ally trained in pho­to­graphy; don’t get me wrong I abso­lutely love it and recently – with all this blog expos­ure and meet­ing people

WASSERMUSIK: Mother India at HKW


Star­ted on July 17th and going on until August 5th, WASSERMUSIK 2015 is put­ting on Mother India, an open-air fest­ival attract­ing eyes and ears to the greatest of what Indian cul­ture has to offer. From film, to dance, to music and lets not for­get free yoga, Haus der Kul­turen der Welt will be host­ing the fest­ival,

short notice: Posters of Berlin


Ber­lin com­mu­nic­ates via lamp posts and walls most of the time. Whether it’s lost pets or more obscure requests, the walls of Ber­lin some­times resemble ancient cave walls and their rudi­mental sign lan­guage. And, because this is the Inter­net, there is a web­site where all of those notes are actu­ally col­lec­ted: Notes of Ber­lin. But there’s

Laily’s Berlin: Steak Night Show Recap


STEAK NIGHT SHOW was put on by none other than Medi­asteak (we can see how the theme ties in eh?), an online blog ded­ic­ated to show­cas­ing their per­sonal col­lec­tion of not­able doc­u­ment­ar­ies and short films. It is a bril­liant way to expose your­self to a world of film that isn’t so often publicized. The night took place
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SOLEMART at Neue Heimat

01.07.2015 · 22 comments

Atten­tion, sneak­er­heads: don’t for­get to put the annual SOLEMART into your cal­en­dars. Since 2009, Sole­mart has become an insti­tu­tion for the sneaker com­munity. It grew from a local flea mar­ket into an inter­na­tion­ally renowned sneaker exhib­i­tion and trade fair. Like always, private con­sumers as well as busi­nesses are invited to par­ti­cip­ate. We

Save The Date: Summer Events 2015


Ber­lin is a crazy place to be in the sum­mer, and so dif­fer­ent from the rest of the sea­sonal turns. It doesn’t really mat­ter if the weather is crap, it usu­ally is, but the rush of tour­ists flock­ing in and out, as well as an extens­ive list of tra­di­tional sum­mer events that range from street food

Das Museum Imaginärer Deutscher Designmuseen

11.06.2015 · One comment

What hap­pens when design meets the art world? Silly things, of course. Like the idea of hav­ing a Ger­man Design Museum. The UdK stu­dents of the Visual Com­mu­nic­a­tions class have crit­ic­ally examined and ana­lyzed this idea and turned it into a full exhib­i­tion, open­ing on Fri­day from 5pm to 8pm. Read more: “The Museum of Ima­gin­ary Ger­man Design

Creamcake Projects presents Fragments of a Scene


On April 16 Cream­cake Pro­jects in col­lab­or­a­tion with HAU Hebbel am Ufer will present the first per­form­ance of a musical pro­gramme “Frag­ments of a Scene”, a musical ana­lysis of our time and a glimpse into the future of an increas­ingly mer­ging music and art scene. The digital revolu­tion is pro­du­cing new hybrid pro­jects that are break­ing down closed spheres

short notice: Geschichten über Zeit


My friend Ari is a great per­son. She always texts me to get a drink and I always fall asleep before I can get back to her. Ari is crazy in a good and aca­demic way. Her art hap­pens in her mind first, and when she feels she can share with you the pro­cesses and thoughts that spark her cre­ativ­ity,
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short notice: Milena Auilar at Museum Neukölln


Most people are sur­prised to hear that Neuk­ölln has its very own museum. Even more if they real­ize that it is not the kind of cheesy “Heimat­mu­seum” they expect. Actu­ally Museum Neuk­ölln has a young team with an fresh approach. They cur­ate very dif­fer­ent works which circle around the many nuances of Ber­lins notori­ous neigh­bor­hood. This month Museum