Urban Screens
Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin
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The individual works and eventually the entire series will be shown on a specifically designed urban screen situated at a platform of the U-Bahn Station Kochstrasse in Berlin, Germany. This central and historic location has always been significant as especially during the divide. Better known as Checkpoint Charlie it became a symbol of the Cold War, representing the separation of east and west, and — for some East Germans — a gateway to freedom.

21 September – 9 November:
weekdays: 7 am – 9 pm
weekends: 11:30 am – 8 pm

Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9
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On the anniversary itself, for one night only, the entire series of works will be shown on the media façade on the outside of the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin the Hungarian Cultural Institute, This modern building is in the heart of the city of Berlin close to where the wall once was. With it’s enormous windows it will be a dramatic and symbolic location for the final night of the project.Monday 9th of November: 8 pm – 12 pm

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Die Wende Festival, Melkweg Amsterdam
The entire series of works will be presented in De Melkweg, Amsterdam in November as part of the festival ‘ Die Wende’ focussing on the events round the ‘Fall of the Wall’ and will be screened continuously during the festival.

Die Zeit
Besides this screen, the works will also be exhibited as a special project in the online edition of Die Zeit, the largest weekly news and courant affairs magazine in Germany. Here it will be announced on the home page and will be part of the comments section as well having a link in the arts and cultural section. The link will lead to the VFC-Berlin page, where the works are presented showcasing one specific work a week whilst showing the entire series as a further option. Each work will be contextualised in words explaining the work, the wider context and a short introduction to the artist. Also there will be links connecting the work to other existing articles in DIE ZEIT database. This series of work will remain available in DIE ZEIT archive after the project stopped.