media art at zwingli church
exploring berlin - narva area
photographs by Klaus W. Eisenlohr
The close-by area of NARVA and Zwingli Church were the subjects of Klaus W. Eisenlohr's
night-shots and photographs at dawn for this exhibition. They are part of a larger photography project "Exploring Urban Space", which he has pursued in Berlin and Istanbul for several years. The pictures taken in the former industrial and working class area connected with the old lightbulb production company NARVA also reflect on the development pressure recently created by new representative and expensive urban changes of the industrial buildings and put onto the old calm residential quarters which are still informed by the qualities of open urban space as it was built at the end of 19th century and in 1980's GDR row houses.
An exhibtion at Zwingli-Chruch, a collaboration of KulturRaum Zwingli-Kirche
e.V. with Medienwerkstatt des bbk berlin.
Opening Friday 15 July 2016 at 18:00
Exhibition on 16 and 17 July from 12:00 noon until 21:00
Friedrichshainer Zeitzeiger: http://fhzz.de/raumlektuere-zwingli-kirche/