Month: September 2014

Wilmersdorf. It’s a weird place.

Although I was born in the far west of Germany with its knives and karneval and other nonsense, I was raised from young age in Wilmersdorf. I was lucky to living close to the far cooler Schöneberg, so I could escape the quarter with an age average of around 246 from time to time. Yesterday […]

What I listen to: The Heavy

If you played Borderlands 2, and I suppose you did, because it is easily the best 4 people co-op on pandora shooter, you came across the intro video. And if you are not a mindless brute you did not skip it and listened to this song. But wait, there’s more. The whole album, and much […]

The Combat Zone at Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin

Time for modern art again. After breaking fast in Pankow we headed over to the Neue Nationalgallerie and its exhibition “The Combat Zone – 1968-2000”. It is the third part of a selection of the Neue Nationalgalerie’s own collection which can’t be shown in total due to space restrictions. The first two focused on 1900-1945 […]

Wait, what?

“If you open your door to anyone, be prepared to encounter anyone.” – Zero. Last Saturday our institute opened its doors to the wider public. Regarding the omnipresent doors locked by badge readers and the high safety standards it was a rather big thing. We all were asked politely to help and present the institute and […]