The exhibition SMart Cities by Er(be)leben opens on 26 November
The exhibition SMart Cities by Er(be)leben opens on 26 November.
How smart is our city really? Is smart directed at the built infrastructure of the public space? Or at active residents who are committed to enabling liveable future scenarios for the city for future generations? Or both?
Discover the soundscapes surrounding the Charité and living monuments on Karl-Marx-Allee, wonder where there is actually supposed to be a square on Rosenthaler Square, embark on a journey into future utopias with the time capsule installation, imagine the train station of the future, get to know your perception of space anew through self-made sensory instruments, embark on an imaginary journey at the main station, look at the everyday images behind the façades of Karl-Marx-Allee, which are under monument protection, and follow the paths of the wind in the photos of the installations in Singerstraße.
Together with the artists and architects Raúl Bastida, Rubén González Escudero, Nele Konopka, Ute Lindenbeck, Malin Mohr, Valeria Schwarz, Stiftung Freizeit (Markus Blösl) and Jonas Szabo, young city makers created contributions that make their visions of the future city tangible for others. What stories tell the places that the students looked at in depth?
Where? Haus der Statistik (Haus A), Karl-Marx-Allee 1, 10178 Berlin
When? 26 November – 5 December 2021, Mo-Fr: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., Sa-Su: 12 – 6 p.m.
School class visits on demand
Free entry. Registration at email@example.com
Information about Corona: A certificate of vaccination or recovery is required (an additional up-to-date negative test result is welcome)