The project StreetProjections shows different realities from around the world displayed by night through projections on the sidewalk of the Kurfürstendamm in the heart of Berlin.
The photographs were selected in a competition by an international jury and show how different and extensive life can be on the streets of the world. At the same time, they sharpen the focus on the local environment.
The traffic tower, the place of projections, is surrounded by one of the liveliest and most exciting streets in Berlin. The nighttime image sequences on the floor invite passers-by to linger and marvel.
This project is an official part of the European Month of Photography in October 2016 the biggest photo festival in Germany. The photos will be projected on the most frequented street in Berlin, 200 meters from the c/o Berlin, the central venue of the Month of Photography.
The selected artists:
Igor Baranchuk – Moscow (RF) / Louis de Belle – Milano (IT) / Pascal Böhme – Berlin (D) / Michaela O’Brien – Durham (US) / Werner Mansholt – Darmstadt (D) / Karolina Trapp – Seattle (US) / Enrico Markus Essl – Linz (AU) / Anna Thiele – Berlin (D) / Max Slobodda – Dortmund (D) / Anne Kathrin Greiner – Berlin (D) / Torsten Schumann – Berlin (D) / Eric Pringels – Marseille (F) / Jürgen Bürgin – Berlin (D) / Bas Losekoot – Amsterdam (NL) / Miguel & Jan-Christoph Hahn & Hartung – Berlin (D) / Thabo Thindi – Johannesburg (SA)
supported by Kulturbeirat Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf