I went to see a fantastic exhibitions last month. It is rare to find a nice exhibition in Berlin that is organized by small organization because of their small budget. However, this one was well curated and shown interegent way.
The exhibition was called “Megastructure.” It was shown in other cities, but shown by different curator and called “Psycho Buildings.” It supposed to be shown during the art biennale in Berlin this year in spring, but because they could not find a place to exhibit at the time, it was being exhibited from September for two months.
The site that they picked was also interesting. It was a former power plant in Berlin, Mitte, near from Embassy of Netherlands. It was also used as a bunker.
Tempelhof Airport has been permanently closed since November 2008 for economical, social, political, environmental, and functional reasons. There are so many complex situations and conditions that I cannot explain in short words. The site has very interesting features in historical point of view. There have been a lot of discussions and debates about it if they should close or not, and what would it to be when it is closed. Last 13 years, there were several competitions for developing the area with considering the Tempelhof Airport. Now, senator and the public know what they wish for the site. However, they do not known exactly how to develop the area in a right way.