PARK PROJECT BERLIN

WILD, BEAUTIFUL, CHOICES
A Virtual Museum of Berlin’s Parks and Public Spaces
and invitation to slow down and explore.

BEHIND THE PROJECT, becoming quiet


“My initial goal was to film all the parks of Berlin. That 
is until I found out there are over 2,500 parks. I was left with the question, what now?

My decision – experience and film at least one park every week for a year. The resulting works are collages; films, sound installations, video installations and text.

My hope is that the more I can get quiet and capture moments, the more you as a viewer will have access to your own quiet spaces, your own breath, and your own moments of reflection.” 

CREATOR & FILMMAKER, Laura J. Lukitsch

Park Project Berlin: November 2017 – October 2018

NEW VIDEO

There are many exotic animals in Berlin. But sometimes it is just as magical to see what is in the park just next door to you. Nicolas, author of Stadwild, shares his insights gained through his own searches for our wild neighbors.

STADTWILD | wild city animals

 

YOU ARE INVITED TO EXPLORE THE VIDEOS ONLINE
Three ways to explore:

As Berlin is changing, public spaces are a places
where people of diverse backgrounds can come together.
They are places that mark history, and places that
offer refuge for people, animals and nature.
Park Project Berlin looks at how people use parks practically,
socially, emotionally and spiritually.

PARK PROJECT BERLIN

FOLLOW THE JOURNEY

Pull up a bench and follow the journey.
Learn of upcoming screenings and events.

Supported by:

INTERACT

THE MAP

We’ll be adding material on a regular basis to the map where you can see video, listen to audio stories, and see images relating to each of the parks that we visit.  There is no correct way to go through the map, just dive in and start exploring.