xhiller found this stenciled tile artwork in Görlitzer Park. A ceramic tile piece that is well-hidden (similar to the type of work that Tona does) but with a message that is loud and clear (and in unmistakable Pop Art visual language): we all need an EMERGENCY TIME OUT BUTTON. For a close-up of the button Continue Reading
Posted on May 11, 2011 by xhiller
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Posted on May 8, 2011 by This and That
The identity of the woman was unknown at the time of the article. A couple days later, I went to the Kaiser’s supermarket next to my house and there was a picture of the unknown woman’s face on the door left there by the police, so that people could maybe identify her. I tried not Continue Reading
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Posted on May 5, 2011 by simon
actors and artists: their states of being.
“after a christoph schliengensief piece, i came back to the dressing room covered in theater blood. what I saw in the mirror was deeply disturbing. i believe that experience is what prompted me to capture this peculiar state on film. a state i have witnessed in actors with whom Continue Reading
Posted on May 4, 2011 by natalieg
Russell, who died of AIDS in 1992, fell into relative obscurity before his work was re-discovered and celebrated by both the dance music and modern composition worlds around the turn of the millennium. And what happened to Vincent? About the same time of Russell’s posthumous comeback, Vincent became an action superstar. After a decade of Continue Reading
Posted on May 3, 2011 by simon
At such an event, Frans Zimmer is the one person whose attendence is a must! Frans, better known to most people by his stage name, Alle Farben is a Kreuzberg native. With Zimmer spinning disks at the height of the festival, his groovin’ sound made it clear down to the last person, that feathers and Continue Reading
Posted on May 1, 2011 by sumava
… fight it out - literally and rap-style! In face of this Dr. Blah fades. Video HERE or below! More background @EconStories.
PS. Waiting for Marx. Oh hold on, for the time being, here’s a - rapfree - famous interlude.
Posted on April 30, 2011 by sumava
… forest area the size of a soccer field is destroyed. Check out this hot new PSA by Greenpeace Switzerland.
Posted on April 28, 2011 by xhiller
This Friday, April 29 at 7pm, Skalitzers Contemporary Art Gallery in Berlin (Skalitzer Strasse 43, 10997) presents PUNITIONS, the first solo exhibition in Berlin of the Parisian artist L’ATLAS. One of Europe’s most fascinating urban artists, L’ATLAS works with everything from small block-printed tags to massive, perfectly executed taped street pieces. Xhiller had the good Continue Reading
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Posted on April 26, 2011 by natalieg
The privitization-friendly housing policies - real and planned - of Wowereit, Künast and Economics Senator/vice Mayor Harald Wolf of the co-governing socialist party “Die Linke” (’the left’) are satirized in a series of photoshopped portraits that have been popping up around Neukölln, Mitte and other inner city districts. The posters are attributed to the “Partei Continue Reading
Posted on April 24, 2011 by FDCL_Blog
… in Chorolque. That’s the location of the film Daughter of Chorolque, which the FDCL sponsors with a film partnership on realeyz.tv. The film tells the story – in fascinating and at times breathtaking images - of the difficult lives of the women who earn their living for themselves and their children in the mines Continue Reading