Buildering : Misbehaving the City
Cincinnati (US), 2014 - Houston (US), 2014

Subject Nijmegen (NL), 2014
NY-LUX Luxembourg (LU), 2014
Shots Nancy (FR), 2013
Eldadoro Maximum Strasbourg (FR), 2013
Horsd'oeuvre collection
...Annemasse (FR), 2011 - Dijon (FR), 2012
...Lyon (FR), 2013 - La Motte-Servolex (FR), 2014

Rubbing Glances #3 Nancy (FR), 2011
infra muros Grenoble (FR), 2011
Celebration Berlin (DE), 2010
Géométrie Inversée Marseille (FR), 2010



Paysages Variations 2014
Alum 2014
NY-LUX 2014
Art & architecture 2013
Une décennie Octave Cowbell 2012
Edward Steichen Award 2011
The German Wall 2011
Maisons en kit 2011
Rubbing Glances #2 2011
Issue : Land 2010
5 ans de la Galerie HO 2010
Skulpturenpark 2010
Urban Interventions 2010
Space thinks 2009
Spacecraft 2 2009
Interventions en territoires flottants 2008



Subject - Gesprek Nijmegen (NL), 2014
L'envers de la ville Dijon (FR), 2014
A l'intérieur de la ville Nancy (FR), 2013
Manèges : Paysage urbain Versailles (FR), 2012
Good Game Aix-en-Provence (FR), 2010


July 31, 2011

"THE GERMAN WALL - Fallout in Europe"

The GERMAN WALL - Fallout in Europe
(Studies in European Culture and History)

By Marc Silberman

Contributors : Isa Blumi, Olaf Briese, Lina Insana, Konrad H. Jarausch, B. Venkat Mani, Katrin Sieg, Marc Silberman, Karen E. Till, Janet Ward, Barbara Wolbert, Henning Wrage

English - 274 pages - 21,5 x 14,5 cm

ISBN : 978-0-230-11216-2

Palgrave Macmillan
University of Minnesota

April 2011

90 dollars


When the Berlin Wall came down suddenly in 1989, it marked a rupture of global significance. Almost overnight, November 9 became one of the most significant dates in global collective memory, as well as a signal event in German national history. This book examines the consequences of the fall of the Wall: the physical barrier, its demise, and how it has been mediated in film and television; how the city and nation that had been torn asunder now struggle to reunite; how old and new minorities are being socially and politically integrated; and how a new European identity emerges in the post-Wall era.

“The book is a model for interdisciplinary German Studies, situating Germany in a larger European and world context, and utilizing the tools of diverse disciplines, from history through urban studies to film and theater studies - all in the service of demonstrating the rich complexity of a historical phenomenon that is all too frequently rendered in simplistic ways.”
Stephen Brockmann, Professor of German at Carnegie Mellon University and President of the German Studies Association.

More information > http://us.macmillan.com