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they know that the road is not a solution. they know their flight could be fatal. going back, he's not an option. peace ma, i'm on and the other day are stuck in the spanish border area. alongside other young people there waiting for a chance. that will probably never come. shattered dreams starts june 18th on d, w. i it's never been this much filming. it's going to have never been as many of reduction in germany as right now. he's a radical progressive in groundbreaking out. yeah, because i'm a certainly rotate to art history.
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spelling felt like a city someone had called the clock on like a capital on hold. but now the city life is starting up again and some culture then use open thanks to low infection rate. we took a trip through a city making it's come back. our 1st stop cup of legend. yeah. your customer? oh, huge tentacles drew us into the cosmos artist joy, summer. the con damage dots. berlin scoop you spout is showing a retrospective in honor of the 92 year old japanese artists who adds a spot of color everything. oh,
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so that it says real, i think desire of her to create nearly like a parallel unit worth in which she sometimes lives in. so the poconos are way to create also for us completely different ways of looking. you like to summarize one of the world's most important contemporary artists. well, she create to psychedelic and i popularly cut a customer has suffered from panic attacks and hallucination since childhood, cheapest leaves us flashes of light come to light to installations provided glimpse into wells like that. like the yellow room. you know, you get slightly dizzy. you suddenly think what's happening with the floor and if you look longer on the wall, you suddenly feel like i was actually the wall. there is this kind of going into into debt. so it is of course, the kind of way of playing with the way we see in our vision. and i think she's very good in kind of retaining how we can see. and therefore, also of course,
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questioning what is the normal way of looking for the last 4 decades, who has chosen to live in psychiatric hospital and co q. every day she works, it has to do next to painting dose and mood. totes, i believe i am not sure if it is a suggestion from my own or whether it is because i am totally absorbed in the piece . says that you really do not going to resume, but when i am creating my work, everything disappears around me. and my hands creates my work script raised his self into work until it consumes her approach as she calls self obliteration to art has been full of self therapy to escape, traumatic childhood. she created her own or some a unit. this playfully captures
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a childlike fascination that she still retains to this day, but there's no suckling glitter. this rule is my desire for people to crazy for life, sun predictability and the astonishing mystery of the universe to interview us. so someone will commerce most the retrospective traces her artistic journey to 7 decades of wild creativity in the 900 sixty's, kasan, and left her homeland of japan and went to seattle. and then new york, finding her place among the flower children, to protest against the vietnam war and prudish sexual most. she organized happenings that were political, irreverent and shocking, including painting her poke dos on some naked bodies. yeah, because i'm a sub who wrote her article, she was one of the 1st, you know, who did make it performances and even at the time in new york that was shocking.
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and i mean, that is something of course with has, has revolutionized also the, the presence of the body, the idea of that we can be naked, it's of both sexual. but it also shows vulnerability. it shows a way of how the human body connects with the environment as one of the few women in the art scene at the time because someone had to cite male dominance while contemporaries like andy warhol, shot to fame and fortune, who summer was barely able to make ends meet her work is for the fact of symbols and she crossed the question, is it a man's world? she also talks about the fear of the penis, which i think i think she was very good and also writing stories about herself. so i looking at the works, i don't feel it's a fear. i mean it's, it's clearly no obsession. it stands for the man, it's been so kind of, you know, something a woman also just to kind of reflect on the relationship between women and men and how in her time also, i mean even if she wouldn't call her stuff
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a feminine deck to be changed to perspective on women. yeah, yeah. the cheese that rafi has been both controlled and impulsive. works playfully push boundaries from gender to personally even spatial as a luminous infinity mirror rooms gives us few as a cosmic glimpse, as seen by the artist. the berlin is fully booked. never had there been as much building in the german capital as there is right now. the backlog of studio battles burg looks quiet. but behind the scenes where we're not allowed to shoot things are as busy as ever. one year after colbert 19 shut down, everything production is in full swing again. erica was stunned. every production was suspended and the international filmmakers who were here in
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the country, they were full of tumbling training. every square centimeter of the studios filled listed as many. there was nobody, there was no one knew how things were antennae. one cannot give us this way. but while the berlin government stumbled from lockdown to lockdown, babbles berg was able to press, re start and finish production on big blockbusters, including the 4th matrix film starring keanu reeves. welcome, green. with coven safety measures now in place and demand for entertainment higher than ever prospects for 2021. look. very good. we have and we have at least 3 big filters this year. 2 big series streaming services, which are great for the workload because they stay along longer for the us us on toes and was a, was a feeling and
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keanu reeves will be coming back to berlin this summer, promising to shoot up the german capital in the 4th film of the john wick action franchise with series and film production booming across the city, babbles birds biggest problem these days is keeping up with the demand. there's never been so much in production as there is right now. kind of cruelly count. find cruise this year. i think it's, there's never been as much filming in germany as there is right now. you can walk 2 blocks in berlin these days without stumbling over a film that like this one for german tv epic, babylon, berlin. the show's producers had 3 theories on the go and cove. it hit, they had to learn fats. how to shoot safely in a panic. we had to set up a protocol very fast for the 3 shows. and we use this knowledge and always adjust this protocol for all productions which we do
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afterwards. you know, we included doctors, medical advisers and people like this. always to be right in time with the newest information since then, production has been nonstop. x. crime drama. julia shot in the middle of the 2nd wave of cove. it with cruise shuffling between scandinavia and berlin. with german romantic comedy. i'm your man. even manage to shoot a pack and math las seen and bought a house. berlin, the cities, 920 dance club. we had 80 extra as
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dancing with each other. flirting kissing each other, plus the crew of at least 30 people plus the actors off. but we did it under strict corona conditions. one of the film's producer cast actual couples for the dance scenes to keep the number of households and possible infection risks at a minimum producing under cove. it is more expensive and time consuming, but so far it hasn't changed how filmmakers tell their story. thank a shit. the berlin producers are proud of the solutions they found that there is still frustration in the sector caused by the months of locked down politicians. maybe they do not have the time to hear the code for the sector right now. just because you know, the cinema seattle's. everybody has
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a concept to go back to work right now. but they are not able to to use it. they are not allowed to open thankfully, cinemas and other venues are now allowed to open. but the public sector is still being careful. and so for now, parties like this, i can only be on screen 3 years of renovation. the noise national got lucky in berlin. it's finally reopening and monumental simplicity is as impressive as ever. the renovation of berlin in national gallery took 5 years to complete. currently, the museum by looping these founder can be seen completely unadorned. and judging from the exterior, everything looks the same. the building remains a temple of light in this hole is unparalleled in terms of openness. and
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there isn't another museum in the world like it would not preserve that and didn't change this openness. often we crammed lots of technical equipment into the ceiling where it can be seen cancer or not after the renovation can be summed up in the credo as much nice as possible. the german born american me found a ra, became the icon of modern architecture. the extreme clarity and simplicity of his designs is always striking. yet the noise gallery is most radical. nissan roy was commissioned to design the museum in the early 19161200 metric tons of steel had to be welded together on site into one giant plate. drastic jackson lifted the roof into place a top a pillars. it was a masterpiece of engineering and attracted many visitors. the museum was the last building, nissan completed the dentist of his career goods was this guy's benoit
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national gallery opened in 1968, and became a cultural highlight, 1st of west berlin. and then of the re, unified city it hosted one major exhibition after another and maintained its own important collection of 20th century art. club . after 50 years, the buildings technology had become outdated. i renovation was needed. english stark touch david chipper field had fallen in love with me. sandoval buildings early on a radical compromise piece of architecture. it was quite shocking and very impressive in the elements being very identifiable in comprehensible. you know, everybody can understand how this works, chip or field who had previously overseen the reconstruction of brilliance. more damage, noise museum,
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one the contract for the new and national galaxies renovation. it was an immense undertaking. $14000.00 granted plates had to be removed, restored and reinstalled. the entire structure was guarded from the electric outlets to the light switches. everything was meticulously inventory and later reassembled, like a massive puzzling renovation in the spirit of means found means holding back what was needed from david chipper field architects was not design but practical solution. he was also on the glass, the shuffle. the biggest challenge was acquiring the glass on your foot, then you will almost all the outer pains were split before the renovation because it had no longer been possible to obtain such wide glass panes when the armed and we found the glass manufacturer in china and the logistical plane and getting the approval for a one off glass product from china without a certification was definitely the most complicated part of the renovation. they
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could be conflicts that go into the lower level exhibition spaces, have also been updated. in the case of a fire, the original 960 stores will now close electronically clear form steel, stone, android fried from everything superfluous means vanderbilt signature style is still present. the ard works are set to be moved back into the museum and the sculpture garden. this summer gets human, classical, modernism, and then into years move on to show up from austin, 1945, and with a special emphasis on east and west for east german election. we very much look forward to that, but i will have to continue in this way. and so we can display the collection with the new building. the new building is the museum of the 20th century, being built right next to the new national gallery. but while that is still in the works, me founder was building can be rediscovered right now. i insecure goals. one major
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work of me vander ro as in germany or in europe after world war 2. so it will automatically regain its place. because i think everyone has been waiting for answers and once the building is re integrated into the urban space, there will be new exhibitions and new experiences. here though, were very much looking forward to this building, being open to the public once again since the north national gallery may still be empty, but the building alone is worth a visit. the museum is set to open with an alexander calder exhibition in august. if all goes well, berlin has been robbed of its legendary night life over one year, many close the struggling, but they haven't given up the fight. no music and no people, just empty, quiet, don't flows through for a year. pandemic has 10 berlin club scene into a wasteland. and new photography book entitled the cash captures the res,
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guidance photographer melisha got visited as the 40 clubs for the book. she worked as a dorman for many years and wanted to document the effect knocked down his head on these places. and you know, my love as if there's no basis that normally stand for the music, extra t fun and letting loose. and now they're just empty and there's a hush, which is also the title of the book on his lover. none of us realize just how important the spaces are for people. engines and pre covered berlin clubs attracted people from all over the world and pasted the capital's reputation as a party city. but they also provided livelihoods to balances, manages, and bartenders, for them the closing of their club means financial worries, 1st and foremost. but that's not all. if she lives as i'm fast down there will for
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many it's the place they feel good to colleagues and guests give it a family like atmosphere. it's a piece of home to many clubs to trying to maintain, to satisfy, even if it's just online clubs, like the collections keep in contact with the community over streaming platforms. that an operator, pamela chavez, also headphones club commission. she says, thing in touch helps those who are worried. the morrison has proposed recently, we had a facebook post and a guest wrote that seeing us being present the fighting during our streaming and making an effort and clearly believing that will survive authentic. he believes it doesn't really, and that helps him that have blocked out on his, his, for over a year. now, the club scene has managed to scrape by,
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but everyone knows streaming. can't replace that real live experience stinker. the community or i think about the community while i play, i know people are watching port still. the main parts missing that sense of close clubs without outdoor space is, are closed indefinitely because of the pandemic. although some of working on cobra concepts recently there was a pilot concert during which everyone had to have a negative cobit test to enter where a mouse could maintain social distance. it's great to be at a concert and among people, even if you can't move around. and for me, i'm glad to get dressed up again and go to a cultural events even again. since the beginning of june, things have been able to open up further. thanks to the lo, infection rates, soon open air parties will be allowed. the story is another indoor venue or the full time we very much, i understand that our inner spaces aren't compatible with the pen demik due to the
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combination of aerosol. and so moving outdoors is the only possibility for game and fatal for all of us that this prospect is now being taken away from us. even though we all know that events aren't really the problem defined. so i don't envision list of problems and just how long can the scene hold out? well, the book hash wind up being a requiem for club culture. as frenchman who said, of course, i really want a club sticker vive and hope that we will be able to party again without fear. but right now, i can't quite believe it. i hope they'll all survive, but there's still no end inside this because the clock is ticking for many felons clubs, and some fear time is running out out here under the open sky on temple half a failed life goes on despite cobit an exhibition,
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exploring how europe is doing is now finally open temper often used to be located in west berlin, surrounded by the wall with a breach to the free world. these days there are no more planes landing on its runways. but people from all over the world still room here. and an exhibition is now creating another bridge to the world. diversity united features 90 artist, some 34 countries and depicts a europe of disparities. the vital, well over 400 pieces, heightened by no means do we want to say that this is an absolutely comprehensive view of europe fashion does. it simply gives an insight into the artistic face. that was our intentional stops. was made clear that an exhibition austin was chosen boys one said doctor is like a permanent name for the what lies ahead for europe
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where countries and people are drifting apart, where nationalism is driving and hotspots are emerging. whether be a happy ending. and where should we begin and return? no man took her own origin as a starting point, but not as i was born in east germany. it's not all that long ago, but sometimes it feels as far ways the stone age. that's why i found it interesting to combine this idea of the stone age of archaeology, of ruins, or rebel. that wasn't really clear to something that still relevant for many people . when i said this above us was i live and feel mention. this is jim and tennyson. i've combined with an ear piece that looks like it's from the instance. also from the, from a flash that in the installation. all these pieces of furniture and objects are going to be fix to go. all it's a lot of work. cisco must have basically tilted a normal room by 90 degrees, so the ground is no longer beneath our scene,
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which is my attempt to create a visual language to describe what happens when the season exists from one day to the next room from an old rules are replaced by new unknown ones, figuring this mega lawyer you can get one on this can last homeland of ground. the need to feet are important themes in the works of many artists from former socialist countries. some reference lenin oh pay trays. holly life place on his recollections that the jewelry, his mother burried during the civil war and yugoslavia recreated out of war debris . me not that long ago, more refugees for house here, a capital hoss. what seems far away can sometimes be close by in 2007, lucy and jorge or 10, created a tent village in the at arctic the 1st place in the world for which a treaty,
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but drawn up to ensure all use of the area would be peaceful and cooperative. it was an important symbolic to create this village to, to found this world community, the community and ferry, without us community for cooperation, for sharing, for piece, for collaboration me, the global slogan, diversity. united runs through the whole exhibition as climate change, war and hunger cannot be combated by countries acting alone. we must act together to succeed, to orders have already issued over $70000.00 passports for their arctic village. since it was supposed to essentially, this passport deals with the big problems of society and obliges or invites the holder to transmit that to all generation. this kind of duty and it's possible to
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transmit the values and the values are, act in baker are sustainable development for simple data acts that we can all do and the other would be defends the lateral environment. on the fact, as a global public was off and fight against climate change generated by human activity and support human, she managed para actions aiding displace customers of the world. there is darkness and the challenge of humanity is facing. but there is also hope and a trust that things can change for the better. like in the silent picket line by the russian artist, a caterina move on to eva. investigate and interesting time when there is political speechlessness, often we need social dialogue. the artist in the exhibition that demanding could, can build bridges that goes beyond political difficult assistant guns. this has
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been a very important experience for us. it's the panoramic allows that the exhibition trapped on to moscow, where it will attempt to guild another bridge. meanwhile, outside the city of berlin has reawakened and culture. summer is finally taken off . ah ah ah ah ah, the who's
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