Public space intervention and show at Verein für Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburgplatz, Berlin, April 2013 –  with the support of Pro Helvetia
The advertisement column got attacked with ketchup. Not so unusal in Berlin's party Mitte, but yet striking:
The most defaced square was that of Calais.
The opening talk of the show started with a presentation of the project intending to connect, relate the three Europe Squares of Berlin, Lausanne and Bobigny. At some point, the slideshows surrounding me took over the discussion, supported by a fourth voice, that of Rosa-Luxemburgplatz, itself providing an challenging way of being of a square with a history
After the slideshows had finished their talk, the next room provided drinks on a table made out of the re-designed euro-barriers.