As part of a collaborative project launched at Frankfurt’s Schirn Kunsthalle in April 2015, the documentary format “digital chamber play embedded into the network” screened six episodes, once a month throughout the year, and will finally be viewable in full at the Berlin Pavilion.
The series features Thie and a number of her art world peers as she tells the story of how “a young German woman and her best friends… navigate life in the Eurozone”, seen through the lens of Berlin’s “transnational culture” from its past to the future: “Product, lifestyle, Potsdamer Platz. Every throwback is a throw-forward.”
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