Berlin unlimited - Open Call

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Continuing a tradition of annual event programs in Athens, Rome, and London, over the last 4 years, in 2014 Urban Transcripts is focusing on Berlin. The exhibition “Berlin Unlimited” is about to explore the contradiction of urban realities - between m

Continuing a tradition of annual event programs in Athens, Rome, and London, over the last 4 years, in 2014 Urban Transcripts is focusing on Berlin.

Only 25 years after the fall of the wall and the end of the “concrete division” (Willy Brandt, 10.09.1989), the city of Berlin still passes through the progress of re-definition and growth - a complex urban and political process, between the renewal of its own image as the “creative capital” and the establishing corporatism.

The exhibition “Berlin Unlimited” is about to explore the contradiction of urban realities - between matters of individual freedom and urban constraint. By means of art and creative media, architecture and urban design, theory and research “Berlin Unlimited” aims to reveal an interdisciplinary narrative about the city and to display a critical view on former limits, todays limitations and tomorrows possible new divisions.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of public events: Through discussions in between different invited professionals and nominated artists/participants we want to open up a broader public field for urban related discussions around the opportunities and problems Berlin is facing. Furthermore the exhibition comes along with a program of unlimited events such as film screenings, guided tours, intensive workshops, urban talks and a publication to be launched at the opening of the festivities.

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rts and creative media, architecture and urban design, theory and research

Location:Berlin
Join Until:2014-05-29 00:00:00
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