Days Inn Berlin West
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... for: the seedy Berlin, the experimental Berlin, the David Bowie Berlin. It creates a startling incongruity next to the Hackesche Höfe.
And then you look down. You see three small brass bricks among the cobblestones. They say
- "Here lived Anita Bukofzer. Yr. 1930. Deported 1943. Murdered at Auschwitz 1944."
- "Here lived Ury Davidsohn. Yr. 1943. Deported to Theresinstadt 1943. Murdered at ...
... well as special exhibitions. Plus archives, theatres, a film school and a library. The museum was beautiful, well-laid out and so, so interesting. Lots of stuff on Metropolis, Marlene Dietrich, Leni Riefenstahl and the Nazi's propaganda films, which was all very well-done. (Plus random opportunity to talk to Alex about the use of montage and the influence of the Odessa Steps scene in Battleship Potemkin. Yes...I'm such a nerd.) A great way to spend an afternoon in Berlin.
This city is enormous. Each street corner and building seems to have a story to tell. The older generation are well presented and walk around with these 'proud' looks on their faces. The young present the 'alternative' style with tattoos, piercings and half shaved heads (women included). They wear grungy clothes and project a 'lazy' attitude to their daily routine. I purchased a 'steam punk' watch from the Mauer market the other ...
Since you can't get from Greece to Portland directly, we decided to take advantage of our flight routing on the way back and spend a couple of nights in Berlin. And luckily we ended up being there for the Brazil/Germany World Cup match.
We didn't have too much time, but saw some of the Berlin Wall sites and then spent an afternoon at museum island. The Pergamom museum was a great way to finish up our Greece trip.
... state of digital culture, where what seems to remain from the digital revolution is a paradoxical nostalgia for the futuristic high-tech it once promised us but that is now crumbling in our hands. The challenge that this moment poses is how to use that state of post-digital culture between trash and treasure as a still not overdetermined space from which to invent new speculative thought and practice. Are there means of renewal in the excess, overflow and ...