Berliner Zeitgeist is a project that explores the ideas, stories and initiatives around the fall of the Berlin Wall. The programme includes German films, presentations, soup, exhibition, walking and performance.
Can we as a creative town learn from a creative city?
Recordings from 'Berliner Zeitgeist in Stroud' - meet 5 legendary creative entrepreneurs from Berlin, an evening of talks and conversations with Berlin’s current art and culture figures.
July 19th 2019, Goods Shed, Stroud.
Recording introduced by artist Uta Baldauf
Berliner Zeitgeist #1: Dimitri Hegemann
Introduction to the evening by Uta Baldauf, Kath Child and Jo Leahy. Conversation between Anke Fesel and Chris Keller, (artists and curators) and Charles Landry, international authority on the use of imagination and creativity in urban change. Anke and Chris are the creative force behind Berlin Wonderland photo documentary book, that depicts the visionaries, techno parties, art galleries and riots that made Berlin a magnet.
Berliner Zeitgeist #2: Dimitri Hegemann
Conversation between Dimitri Hegemann who founded the famous techno club Tresor that with Berghain represents the pulse of Berlin and whose campaign 'Happy Locals' seeks to energize smaller towns and Charles Landry, international authority on the use of imagination and creativity in urban change.
Berliner Zeitgeist #1 Robin Schellenberg
Conversation between Robin Schellenberg,
co-founder of Klunkerkranich, the rooftop club, with one Berlin's best views, that transforms during the day from a family gathering place into an evening club that helped revitalise Neukoelln and and Charles Landry, international authority on the use of imagination and creativity in urban change.