Berlin Babylon – Pantalla Pavelló 2019

‘Pantalla Pavelló’ is the film series directly projected on the Pavilion’s travertine that explores the relationship between the built space, its boundaries and its borders, and the inhabitants that reside there, and how this relationship is accentuated and revealed in its maximum expression. This year, dedicated to the Bauhaus on its centenary.

The decade of Berlin after the Wall collapsed, is a one-of-a-kind phenomenon. Since the Wall fell in 1989 the German capital has been trying to overcome its catastrophic past, to restore the urban fabric destroyed in the 2nd World War and afterwards, to rebuild as if life depended on it and cast off the shadows of yesterday’s darkness.

The BERLIN BABYLON by Hubertus Siegert (2001, Germany, VOS Spanish) shows the concentration of construction in the 1990s, images of a city in transition, the fascination of rapid change, the horrors of destruction, the spell cast by the void. It is the drama of real estate, of money and power.

The people who appear in BERLIN BABYLON include those who build and those who hire others to build. The film uses fantastic images to show the contrasts of the city and the protagonists of hasty transformation. Prominent architects, developers, politicians and urban planners are seen at work. No interviews, no statements. The music provides the commentary. BERLIN BABYLON is a unique document and a must-see for absolutely every Berlin visitor.

Free admission with prior reservation:
Pantalla Pavelló is free and open to the public, with a limited capacity, after registering via Eventbrite. Access is granted on a first-come basis. Please note that registration does not guarantee entry once full capacity has been reached.
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01-07-2019, 21:30h

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Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

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