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Anniek Mol Pagina 3

Anouk Huffels Pagina 8

Jasmijn Slegh Pagina 36

Jean-Marc Lehwald Pagina 42

Arjen Poort Pagina 11

Jeannette Slütter Pagina 47

Christel Rijksen Pagina 15

Christy Beaujon & Reinier van der Lingen Pagina 19

Erika Anette Pagina 24

Jikke de Gruijter Pagina 52

Laurence Harms Pagina 58

Lidewij Kalfsterman Pagina 61

Gonzalo Enriquez Pagina 28

Marijn Smulders Pagina 67

THE SECRET OF THE RHYTHM (a day on Potsdamer Platz)

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THE SECRET OF THE RHYTHM (a day on Potsdamer Platz)

Victoria Ascaso. Stop-motion video, 3’ 20’’

THE SECRET OF THE RHYTHM (a day on Potsdamer Platz)

Victoria Ascaso. Stop-motion video, 3’ 20’’

THE SECRET OF THE RHYTHM (a day on Potsdamer Platz)

Victoria Ascaso. Stop-motion video, 3’ 20’’

Merijn Koelink Pagina 76

Michiel Spijkers Pagina 81

Romi Tweebeeke Pagina 87

Simon de la Court Pagina 91

Verena Blok Pagina 97

Victoria Ascaso Pagina 100

Wardie Hellendoorn Pagina 101

Janne van Gilst Pagina 32

Marin Leus Pagina 71


According to Angela Merkel a multicultural society can no longer excist. However the food in Berlin dares to differ. Anniek Mol

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Johan (19) Fruit Breakfast > ‘This is my first breakfast here but it’s fantastic. I already took pictures myself’

Twan (43) French Fries Pizza > ‘I’m an Australian tourist and this pizza sounded like a real experience’

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Hans (27) and Mark (25) Vietnamese Dish > ‘We always eat here it’s one of the only authentic vietnamese restaurants here’

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Stefan (32) and Ling (28) Sushi > ‘Sorry my plate is a real battlefield, I still have to get used to sushi’

Thomas (22) Cappuchino and Corny Milk Bars > ‘There bars are incredible. I just need to look out for the waitress’

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Melanie (31) Homemade sandwiches > ‘This is my on-the-go lunch. Normally I don’t eat so simpel’

Hans (37)

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Chicken Salade > ‘A quick healthy daily lunch , though now I just got salade dressing on my tie’

Coffee and Nut Bread > ‘A moment of peace’

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REVISION art of the non designer

There are hundreds of second hand shops in Berlin, a vintage heaven. Second hands clothing is not only cheap but it’s a statement, something original.

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P h o t o g r a p h y A n o u k H u ffe l s

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Freiheit Schwarzkanal is a community in the Treptow district in Berlin. As self sufficient and set-off from capitalism as possible. Inhabited by “rebels and queers” as they discribe themselfes, all with a anti-capitalist conviction and part of a wider network of autonomous spaces, squats and Wagenplatzs in Berlin, Europe and beyond. Like many other community’s like this one, SchwarzerKanal is attempting to build their own structures from the grassroots. Arjen Poort

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Veronika, der Lenz ist da christel rijksen

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W

hile the amount of waste for disposal was declining, the amounts be-

ing recycled steadily increased. Whereas only 269,000 tonnes was recovered in 1992, the level in 2007 had increased to 650,000 tonnes. The proportion being recycled rose from about ten percent in 1992 to more than 40% in 2007. There has been a significant advance in the understanding of environmentally-compatible waste management over recent decades. As an example, in the early 1970s there were some 50,000 waste landfill sites in all of Germany, but in the early 1990s there were only about 2,000. Strict regulations had been introduced in the interim concerning the creation and operation of these sites. In other words, the most important in the Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Manegement is to avoid generating waste, e.g. by the production of products which have longer lives, dispensing with unnecessary packaging or the re-use of products. Waste which cannot be prevented should be recycled or recovered in some other way. Only if this is not possible should the waste be disposed of. Despite the growth of the German economy, the total amount of waste from households has remained almost constant over recent years. This shows that the generation of waste has meanwhile been uncoupled from economic growth.

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Berlin liebt Mich. Berlin loves them. The people who come to Berlin in search of that Berlin

essence. The German metropolis seems to ooze a special dynamic, giving these individuals a sense of complete freedom.The attraction of the city is understandable. The amount of open space, without any governmental development plan, can be overwhelming if you’re used to the hyper structured Dutch public space. Housing is cheap and affordable for European standards and Berlin has an excess of unused space. Berlin is especially appealing to artists from all over Europe. But not just artists. “Berlin allows me to do things that I never imagined possible in Finland, where I was born. Society is so overly structured.” As said by Mimosa, the woman who creates the craziest hats in all of Berlin. At times she calls herself Andromeda, depending on the person standing in front of her. What her real name is, remains uncertain. But that’s who Berlin allows her to be: Andromeda or Mimosa, or just that hat-lady. Mimosa put into words what that special Berlin essence is: being able to do things that you could never have dared in your homeland. Somehow a city like Berlin permits temporary living rooms to be built in subway stations. And it’s okay to have a crazy hat store, plaster yourself and dance. Yes, Berlin loves you. Text by Beaujon Photographs by Beaujon & van der Lingen

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Le Van Bo, an architect and Bauhaus admirer who’s 24 euro chair seems to come right out of that Berlin essence that can be seen everywhere. Le Van Bo makes guerilla lounges. Portable temporary living rooms that he builds alone or with help from the Facebook community.

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Fluent city Claudia (27), explains that Berlin has a kind of fluency. It’s a capital in development, constantly changing. Claudia originally from a small German town, moved to Berlin in 2007. She works for a publisher as a public relations professional. In her spare time she manages the PR for the Savvy Contemporary gallery in BerlinNeukölln. It’s what people do, she says. A regular daytime job and dedication to the arts and culture in your spare time. Claudia refers to the sandy ground of Berlin, as a kind of metaphor, when trying to explain where the fluency of the city is visible. Imagining buildings sinking away in sandy grounds and new ones arising, it actually works as a metaphor. Fine sand moves and can get anywhere, morphing into new shapes. Sand is unfixed, just like the dynamic city of Berlin.

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There is a downside to all this freedom and laissez-faire, according to Cilgia Gadola (27). A Swiss born dancer and performance artist. “You have to be crazier, more extreme. And that can also create an insecurity.� Cilgia seems to be doing ok, working on a new performance, which involves covering parts of herself in plaster to symbolize limitation in movement.

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Subway city Sometimes I can just ride the subway, and do nothing but look at people. I love that. This city is so energetic. Graphic designer Merelinde moved to Berlin after graduating from art school in Rotterdam the Netherlands, to work as a freelancer. She also works in a famous Berlin nightclub, to make ends meet. Even though living in Berlin is fairly cheap. Merelinde is not planning to move back to the Netherlands anytime soon. Pointing out that the rythm of life in Berlin suits her so much better than the rythm of Dutch city life. I can get inspired by the subwaystation Kottbusser-Thor. And she shows us a picture of a grafitti ridden building through old-fashioned and smudgy windows. Taken from where she was waiting to take the subway to the club.

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the observing eye photography by erika anette

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eyes following the crowd, picking out instances faces moments separating the anonymous from the known, drawing a line between here and there

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the perspective is in the arms of subjectivity the traveler is followed by the observing eye, left alone to ponder

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I stand still Photography & text: Gonzalo Enriquez After 21 years, countless alarms of eviction and frustrated auctions, the old bastion of the squatters movement (immediately after the Wall) lose half of their tenants. Nobody knows for sure who gives the million euros that will go to the hands of the firm Schultz & Seldeneck. Among local employees and organizers, about 80 people have to go. Now the HSH Nordbank manages the property, which their enforced auction was canceled last april 4. Probably they where the ones who put a million in the account of lawyers.

Outside view of the Tacheles art house a few days before the construction machines ‘‘clean it up’’

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Inside view of the first floor window

In Febuary 1990 the building was discov- ered and taken over by a group of young artists from all over the world and in the meantime it has been declared a his- torical architectural monument, regard- ing its special steel construction. After the Berlin Wall came down in November 1989, a subculture which had its main focus on autonomy, spontaneity and improvisation arose in the former East Berlin areas Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain.

Barbara Fragogna

Artists and individualists from all over the world used the plurality of available free spaces to put

very important for them to have support and recognition from the public in order to be active.

alternative lifestyles to the test. After 21 years been active. Tacheles building will be auction next five

In the course of changes since the wall came down, Tacheles has been confronted with the difficult

of april leaving uncertain the artists future. Their contract with Berlin city finished 3 years ago and the

challenge of remaining true to its roots and ideals without becoming too sentimental about the old

high price of the space estimated in 34 millons euros makes it a target of companys. Therefore it is

squatter times.

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Barbara Fragogna work space .


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Emilie Gotmann

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Adler A.F (Trash Queen)


PLATZ DER VEREINTEN NATIONEN Former Lenin platz. A 19 meter high Lenin statue was replaced by this fountain.

Out of sight, out of mind Berlin is a city with a lot of history but some of it isn’t directly visible. Intended or not-intended, it’s hidden from the general public. This ‘hidden’ history is part of a bigger story. Janne van Gilst

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METROSTATION MOHRENSTRASSE The red marble was previously used in Hitler’s Neue Reichskanzlei.

BUNDESAGENTUR FÜR ARBEIT, FRIEDRICHSTRASSE This building is an example of nazi-architecture, the architect of this building was Hans Fritzsche.

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THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE, WILHELMSTRASSE Former Reichluftfahrtministerium The bombing of Rotterdam was planned here by Hermann Göring.

OLYMPIASTADION Former Fürherturm now called Glockenturm. Built for the Olympic Games in 1936.

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TEUFELSBERG Built from the debris that was left of bombed Berlin in WWII. During the Cold War the Americans built this listening station there. Under the debris lies the remains of Albert Speer’s Wehrtechnische Fakultät, part of the planned Welthauptstadt Germania.

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Prenzlauer Berg

The Dance

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Each life has its own rhythm. In the city Berlin with 3.5 million inhabitants it is melting into one. a serie made by Jasmijn Slegh

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home grown Neu-kรถlln

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The billionth song was bought in iTunes this year. Electronic music keeps expanding, partially also because everyone thinks that they can make their own productions. Around 10.000 dubstep, techno, minimal and house tracks are released every day. As one can imagine, it is impossible to stay on top of things in this business, even for the professionals. The only way to keep going is focusing on what really inspires you and overlook the rest.

100.000 NEW SONGS Every day

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DJ MOLEX aka Marcel Mey

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Worky work is never over

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mUSIC and me till the end

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#2.0 If you could name one place to describe your home city, what would that be? 39 Berliners, all with their own vision and ideas, seemed to gave the same anwser. Jeannette Sl端tter

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Tiergarten Volkspark Friedrichshain Kollowitz platz Gรถrlitzer park Alexanderplatz Museuminsel

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Zuflucht fotografie & tekst: Jikke de Gruijter

The former Airport Tempelhof in Berlin has been opened as a park to the citizens of Berlin in summer of 2010. This enormous open field in the middle of the city, has become a real sanctuary to a lot of Berliners. A place where they can be on there own and find peace in the always moving city. In the middle of the city you hear almost nothing except the birds singing and the sound of the wind.

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BY LAURENCE HARMS The Turkish Berliner Cahit, 35, works as a streetperformer. Dressed as a customs official, Cahit talks to tourists and sells postcards and former DDR stamps. Even though he started this job to finance his studies, nowadays it’s his full time occupation.

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escaped

Zoologischer Garten Berlin is one of the oldest zoos in Europe. The zoo is located in central West-Berlin. Since 167 years human and animals live together. Two worlds, city and nature, melt together. Lidewij Kalfsterman

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Germany has been struggling a long time with a very high national dept. A lot of people can’t live a proper life on their welfare. Thilo Sarrazin, the former Minister of Finance thinks that people shouldn’t complain so much, and he calculated that you should be able to live on four euro’s a day. Nowadays people are trying to find creative ways to earn their money. For example; by dressing up in bizarre suits to entertain tourists or selling very various items. I wanted to experience what it is to have a life being a street artist, to see what it feels like to go up to people and ask for money and experience getting over that initial shame.

Entschuldigung

Marijn Smulders

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Guck Mal

This series is about the small things that people overlook easily. Tourists think you should have seen the attractions to prove you’ve been in Berlin. I went looking for the other side of these touristic attractions. Little things instead of the big ones. Photography by Marin Leus

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Fernsehturm

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Alexander platz

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UNTITLED MINDS As a person I’d like to wonder. Also called: day dreaming. When I was little, my teachers would always write on my final report: “Merijn seems absent sometimes”. Until now I have not changed a bit. My escape is to day dream. This series is based on this idea of metropolitans that are constantly moving and people move along in this rhythm. But sometimes, individuals decide to suddenly stand still. There thoughts start to flow. There surroundings fade for one moment.

pictures by Merijn Koelink

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UNT HOCH! Zirkus Zack is een van de laatste, centraalgelegen, sociale cultuurcentra van Berlijn. Ze is onder het bewind van een particuliere investeerder en heeft een voorlopig contract om te mogen blijven waar ze is, maar voor hoelang nog? Michiel Spijkers

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PHOTOGRAPHY ROMI TWEEBEEKE - Real Berlin men like their daily currywurst. While waiting for their order, the fresh and hot berlin delicacies are being prepared by Curry 36 in Kreuzberg, covered with tomatoketchup and lots more. This moment of longing and anticapation which always seems to last far too long, was the inspiration for this series of photos.

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haben und sein

What is the most important thing you take along? What is your profession, and what’s your name? Can these questions tell more about the inhabitants of Berlin?

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simon de la court


Olivier > Offset Drucker, Mein iPod mit Hardcore und Death Metal, aber auch mein Fahrrad

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Christopher > Kunstler, Mein Handy

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Hendrick > Job ist nicht zu sagen. Mein Fahrrad.

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der Fl端chtling by Verena Blok

Berlin has many places of memory. They include several post-war abandoned buildings in which both past and present speak to us.


THE SECRET OF THE RHYTHM (a day on Potsdamer Platz)

Victoria Ascaso. Stop-motion video, 3’ 20’’


TOMORROW Everyday 1,4 million people from Berlin travel by U-Bahn to their destination. They come together at the metro stops. From there they have a look over the city and each one of them decides his or her own path. From that point they go on as individuals. - Wardie Hellendoorn

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Wervend Berlin Heute

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THE NEW DĂ–NER ISSUE 2011 BITE THROUGH CONTEMPORARY BERLIN

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the inspiration for my work comes from different directions. mainly it is the search for a balance between artificial and natural aspects. natural structures, such as micro and macro structures of skeletons, as well as archaic elements are contrasting clear architectural and constructive forms.

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Another view

photos by Melnykova Anna


Berlin has a very strong influence on my work because the city is very ambivalent, as are east and west and the people with very different cultural backgrounds visiting and living here. Miron Zovnir


many of my friends are exhibiting in berlin and all over the world. there are always interesting connections and discussions about art and life Sally Underwod.


aber sexy Berlin ist arm

The city of Berlin is bankrupt, they are 60 billion in dept and 14.2% of the population is unemployed. Even if you’re broke, be sexy! PHOTOGRAPHY: CAITLIN SAS STYLING: LINZI NICOLE QUOTE: KLAUS WOWEREIT

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ICH WAR

A series about the traces people leave behind in a city, deliberately or unconsiously. These serve, just like the many tourist photos, as the so desired ‘proof’ of ones presense there. by Charlotte Brand

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Handbuch Handbuch der Berliner der Berliner Stadtj채ger Berlin Heute #3 Stadtj채ger David in den Bosch Berlin Heute #3

Proving Manhood The information given in this book is principally intended

to

make

survival

under

the

most

comfortable circumstances possible in urbanized areas. Therefore the content of this book has been carefully selected, so that the techniques appear to be trustworthy and truthful. Although written and demonstrated by professionals, application of the discussed methods/techniques is at own risk. Neither author nor publisher can be held responsible for deaths, grave mistakes and/or other serious injuries caused during gathering, hunting and/or cooking as described in this guide. Because most techniques are ethically unacceptable and mostly statutory offensive, any appliance should be performed secretly and/or inconspicuously*. Check

out

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information. Photography&Concept: David in den Bosch

*If caught by any government agency and/or civilian, eat this book so no evidence will remain.

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Hunting We share the concrete jungle, that we call city, with other living beings besides homo sapiens. Other animals find shelter in city parks, buildings, canals and gardens to the displeasure of many human inhabitants, but there shouldn’t be a problem when free food is browsing around your house. Fish, birds, insects and rabbits are easy to be caught for a biological and delicious meal.

How to catch fish

How to catch worms and insects

Find a long, flexible and strong branch. Attach the fishing wire, fishing float, lead and hook (<10 Euros). Stick your rod in the ground and wait. Wood or reed will also work as float. Throw some bread in the water to attract nearby fish. Ideal places for smaller fish are shallow waters with shade, weak current and vegetation (water plants or overhanging trees). Use worms and maggots as bait. Bigger fish can be caught in deeper water (underneath bridges) with small fish, worms and maggots.

Look for moist dark places with some vegetation. Knock on the ground, so insects come to the surface. Shuffle the soil with a stick and sieve the loose soil with your hands until only insects and rubble remain. For insects like snails try slits in walls, mushrooms and dead vegetation. Fallen trees are often a great source of protein-rich maggots, snails, termites and other insects. To be sure the insects donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t carry any waste, clean them by placing them into flour for a couple of days. The insects are cleansed when the excrement is white.

WARNING: DO NOT EAT FISH NEAR INDUSTRY OR FACTORIES BECAUSE OF WATERPOLLUTION f.l.t.r. knock on the ground, shuffle the earth using a stick, sieve the soil in your hands to discover wild life


Edible plants Plants grow around us. Many of them are edible. Knowing which ones is the question. Numerous can be found in the average park, pond and even near the pavement. Because of contamination by pesticides and exhaust emissions, it is recommendable to avoid roadside plants. Eat only known plants. When found, wash them or if possible boil before consumption. In case of doubt preform the UET (Universal Edibility

Pine

Coltsfoot

Pinus nigra var. corsicana

Tussilago farfara

Common Dandelion

Clover

Spruce

Picea abies

Test). In order to prevent endangering flora&fauna only gather plants that are abundantly available. Universal Edibility Test - Fast for eight hours to insure that test results are accurate and any reaction comes from the plant ingested rather than an unknown source. - Separate the plant. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll want the leaves separate from the stem and any flowers separated as well. - Test for reaction by placing one portion of the plant against your lips. Wait fifteen minutes to see if you react. If there is no stinging or burning, you can continue. - Place the portion against your tongue. Do not chew or swallow. Wait fifteen minutes to see if you react. Continue until all sections have been tested. - Reacting during any part of this test means the plant portion has failed the universal edibility test and is not safe for ingesting.

- Place a small amount in your mouth and chew, be sure you do not swallow at this time. Wait three minutes. If there is no reaction, you can continue the test. - Swallow the portion of the plant youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve chewed and wait eight hours. If you experience any reaction induce vomiting. If there is no reaction, you can continue the test. Each portion needs to be tested separately to insure that you are dealing with an entirely edible wild plant. Do not waste time, testing a plant that is not relatively abundant in the area. Do not try mushrooms!

Taraxacum officinale

Trifolium

Nettle

Urtica dioica

Klee

Trifolium

Henbit deadnettle Lamium amplexicaule

Daisy

Tussilago farfara

Forsythia

Cytisus scoparius


How to extract birch sap Cut the end of a medium thick branch diagonally and place an empty bottle at itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bleeding tip. Attach the bottle to the tree so the branch is bend downwards. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll immediately see the sap dripping into your bottle. Come back the other day to collect your juice. Only possible during spring.


Dinner Although most ingredients can be eaten raw. For specific meals it is tastier to prepare them in your kitchen. This guide will give you some examples of meals that you can easily prepare at home without big expenses. High-tech machinery and advanced techniques are not required, nor do you need any specific cooking skills. The insects have been cleansed, boiled and stir fried, the birch sap has been reduced to syrup and

Forsythia on a bed of mixed insects served with birch juice.

Mixed salad including common dandelion, nettle, yarrow, winter purslane.

the rest of the ingredients have been washed and prepared raw.

Coltsfoot sandwich with birch-syrup and nettle-tea.

Three different teas: f.l.t.r nettle, spruce, pine.


Nimmermehr The Berlin Zoo is one of the major tourist attractions in Berlin, this is mainly because with more than 1500 animal species it has the most comprehensive collection of species in the world. Imagine the Berlin Zoo in a hundred years, what if many species we know today are gone?

Photography by Evelien Jaspers

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Falkor Photography by: Fleur Bult

Make up Artist: Verena van der Heyden

Model: Helena Hoppe @ Mega models Berlin

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In the streets of Berlin

Photographer: Gabi van Ingen

Bag: second hand, Dress: H&M, Coat: Zara.


Hat: second hand


Bag: found, Blouse: second hand, Coat: found.

Jeans: Zara, Coat: H&M, Scarf: Macino.


LOST LOVE OF BERLIN

Photography. Jamie Snoeck

.Model. Pepa from M4models .Designer. Julia Knupfer .Location. Pfaueninsel


Where Snowwhite meets Little red riding hood and the seven ravens Fotografie: Jip Broeks Designer: Tata Christiane Make-up/hair: Beila Steiger Models: Kira, Carolina @ Satory

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The New Döner Berlin is a melting pot of cultures. The city and it’s settlements have gone significant changes over the past decades due the influence that has, and still flows into it from all around the world. Berlin has numerous characteristic features, that have shaped the city to something as we know it today. One of them is food, which probably the best known around is Döner kebab. This traditional cuisine migrated along the Turkish guest workers first to Berlin in late 1960’s where it has developed and spread all around Europe since then. The city lives on in constant and dynamic change, and so does it’s fast food.This project focuses around the change and new movements with in the city’s streets in a form of take away food, the new Döner of Berlin.

Vöner Brot 3,40 Vöner der veganische döner Boxhagner str. 129 Friedrichsain

Joel Nieminen FtW2 KABK 2011

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XXXL Biologische Krapfen â&#x201A;Ź2,25 Backerij Lychenback Lynchener str. 3 Prenzlauerberg

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Der verganische hotdog 2,70 Yoyo - vegetarische bistro G채rtner str. 27 Friederichsain BH : BERLIN HEUTE 2011

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Biologische Apfle Strudel â&#x201A;Ź2,70 Biofrische markt Schliemanns str. 7 Prenzlauerberg

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Veganische currywurst 5,00 Yellow sunshine Wiener str. 19 Kreuzberg BH : BERLIN HEUTE 2011

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Bio Franz brötchen 0,90 Second Bäck (Secondhand bakery) Ramer str. 6

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GLORY DAYS ___________________________________________________________________ In 1910 a street was built in Berlin to attract rich people to the city. Nowadays, the bourgeoisie still lives in the Knorrpromenade, and stepping into this street letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s you enter a world of forgotten glory.

photography KIM KOSTER fashion DANIEL TORRES hair & makeup NHUNG LE models LAURA MURO & MARIA PENDRYK @ SATORY

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A BOAT BENEATH A SUNNY SKY PHOTOGRAPHY Lisandro Suriel CLOTHING DESIGN Ettina Berríos-Negrón MODEL Milka Ivanova TITLE Lewis Carroll

A place where old toys are brought and left for them to play with. It is a child’s kingdom, cut off from the outside world; a secret place with its entrance hidden within the urban landscape.

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STREETVIEW

photographer LIZZY BAX designer TANJA STEUER hair&make-up FRANZISKA GRÜNWALD model MANDY @ M4 MODELS

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On the 21st of Februari, Google received over 150.00 requests from Berlin residents, to have their house censored more from what they already were on the publicly accesible website of Google S t r e e t v i e w . Never has there been more of these requests from citizens, than there were in Berlin. In times of fast media, the need for more privacy is evermore present there.

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T U R N TO 90 DEGREES

what is your perception on the city? L O R E N A

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Become an inventor

recycling is awesome.

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t throw away your broken toaster, fried hair blower or washed out floppy drive. These seemingly useless items can lead an amazing and promising new life. You will not believe how much fun you can have by creating and repairing old stuff, until you have tried it. So yeah, try it. BH : BERLIN HEUTE 2011

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Matthijs Mentink


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Angenehm By; Merel Verspuy 18% of Berlin is nature, but most of it are the parks. Wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t it be beautiful if nature and buildings would be combined?

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DIE NÄCHKOMMEN IN DER SCHULDIGE LANDSCHAFT

PHOTOGRAPHY: ROMY TREEBUSCH

LOCATION: JUDISCH MUSEUM THE BROKEN STAR OF DAVID


JACKET: BLUNDEISE MODEL: EVA-MARIA VOLKERT

LOCATION: HOLOCAUST-MAHNMAL


JACK: JACK&JONES TROUSERS: WE MODEL: KLAUS FRIEDRICH LOCATION: DDR REICHSBANK (1939-1945)


SHIRT: H&M MODEL: NINA WELCH LOKATION: HOLOCAUST-MAHNMAL


JACK: H&M MODEL: LAELA DIETRICH LOKATION: DEUTSCHE BANK (1940)


JACKET: VERO MODA JEANS: VUQLO GLASSES: CHANEL MODEL: SUSANNA POTTS LOKATION: STALIN STRASSE (1940-1946)


modelcitizen They were once seen as illegal Vietnamese cigarettesellers or as the corrupt Vietnamese mafia. Today they are seen as the model citizen. They are outstanding in their studies and work. The parents and the culture have a big influence in this and in their choices. But are they really happy? made by Settia Tin

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Neuling Photography: Shalita Dietrich Model: Hedwig van der Linden Fashion: Valeria Popov & Ruby Riad

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entt채uscht model: Nancy Zhang photographer: Shehera Grot

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Entt채uscht is German for disappointment. Nancy Zhang is a Chinese illustrator. She has been living in Berlin for over two years. She fell in love with the relaxed attitude of the city, but because of the lack of assignments Nancy is forced to leave Berlin.

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coat: Asos jacket: Mango BH : BERLIN HEUTE 2011

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“Berlin kills your career” Nancy Zhang

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Sport news first...

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What six letters makes a tree.? BERLIN

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The word breakfast means breaking the fasting which lasted throughout the sleep. People prefer different meals for breakfast . Some go for cereals some go for bread , some for pancakes, bacon, sausages or only a cup of coffee. Berlin is well known for itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s breakfast culture. And people start their day often outdoors, wondering what a new day will bring. Photography by

What is a nine letter word for..?

Thomas Nondh Jansen

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THE HOME OF ART Tacheles art house is one of the most famous art communities in Berlin. Since it was founded in 1989 it has been in a constant struggle to survive. Because it is located on a very precious part of the city centre, private investers have been trying to get it since then. In these years the art house has been integrated into Berlins culture and has many supporters wanting to keep it. This year the rent contract runs out and ground tacheles stands on will be actioned by HSH North Bank too the highest bidder. With the Tacheles office, we organised an artperformance where we show what happens when you take away the home of art. by Wim Steijven


Although you can take away the home of art the artist will always survive.

by Wim Steijven



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