Filed under: stories ii | Tags: Berlin, Berlin League, Charlottenburg, Football, Football Against Homophobia, Mommsenstadion, Olympus, Refugees Welcome, Reinickendorfer Füchse, Tennis Borussia
Tennis Borussia vs. Reinickendorfer Füchse: 6:0
Mommsenstadion November 8th ’13
Filed under: stories ii | Tags: abortion, Berlin, Christian, cross, euthanasia, Femen, fundamentalism, Olympus, protest, Religion
Different Christian organizations called for today’s march for life, against abortion and euthanasia. The march was accompanied by several protests.
Berlin, September ’13
Filed under: stories ii | Tags: Berlin, Boros Collection, Bunker, Contemporary Art, Fuji Instax, Impossible Film, Techno, War
Boros Collection, Berlin April/August ’13
Filed under: stories ii | Tags: Abandoned, analogue, Berlin, Berlin wall, Ernst Thälmann, Fernsehturm, GDR, Impossible Film, Lichtenberg, Mitte, non-nostalgia, North Korean embassy, past, Post Polaroid, soldier, Soviet Union, Treptow, Watchtower, World War II
Those are a couple of Polaroids (Impossible Film) I took of certain places in Berlin during 2011. Originally the idea was to show Berlin in a different historical mood with focus on visible traces left from the GDR period. Ongoing project.
North Korean embassy (backyard)
Soviet War Memorial (Treptower Park)
Watchtower former Berlin wall
Filed under: stories ii | Tags: Alberta, Banff, Banff Centre, Calgary, Canada, Kenneth Locke Photography, Oil, Olympus, Pine Tarts, Rocky Mountains
Calgary and Rocky Mountains, March/April ’10
Filed under: Stunt | Tags: broadcoasting, DT 64, Franz Ehrlich, Funkhaus Nalepastrasse, GDR, Kodak Portra 400, Kodak Tri-X, Olympus, Paul Nalepa, Radio DDR, radio station, recording studios, Rundfunk der DDR, Spree, studio
Berlin August ’11 / July ’12 / July ’13
Filed under: stories ii | Tags: asyl, Berlin, demonstration, Olympus, protest, refugee, refugee protest, refugee tent action
For more than a year now refugee activists are protesting with a variety of actions against their precarious situation. Last Saturday, March 23d, around 5,000 people met on the streets in Berlin for the refugee’ revolution demonstration.
Find more information about the whole refugee movement here:
Berlin, March ’13