‘Breakthrough’ by Streaming Museum

by jasmin / Friday, 7 November 2014 / Published in Blog

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, our new Connecting Cities partner, Streaming Museum in New York, will present the video ‘Breakthrough’ (1990), by artist Edwina Sandys, at the subway station Friedrichstraße in Berlin on Sunday, 9th November 2014 at the U-Bahn-Station Friedrichstraße in Berlin. In cooperation with WALL ‘Breackthrough’ will be shown every ten minutes.

‘Breakthrough’ is a monumental historic work, which was created from 8 Berlin Wall panels, and historical imagery and background, in a version for public screens, commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. ‘Breakthrough’ opened in Piazza Duomo, Milan, Italy, on November 7, 2009 as a centerpiece of the city’s celebration which was viewed live via Piazza Duomo’s webcam. It toured the museum’s network of public spaces worldwide.

Streaming Museum presents a collage of art, cultures and visionary ideas that reflect the contemporary interdependent world. Streaming Museum, founded by Nina Colosi, produces and presents contemporary-themed exhibitions of international fine arts, pop culture and cross-disciplinary perspectives to a global audience through three platforms: an expanding network of screens in public spaces on 7 continents, partnering cultural and commercial centers and StreamingMuseum.org. Since 2008 Streaming Museum’s exhibitions have been viewed by millions of people in over 65 locations around the world. Steaming Museum currently displays the work “Midnight Moment” by Ryoji Ikeda on Times Square in New York.

Picture: © Streaming Museum

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