Installation: Chiharu Shiota's «Lifelines» on Alexanderplatz

Installation: Chiharu Shiota's «Lifelines» on Alexanderplatz

The art installation «Lifelines» by the Japanese installation and performance artist Chiharu Shiota can be seen on Alexanderplatz in Berlin at the beginning of March.

  • Chiharu Shiota: Lifelines-Installation auf dem Alexanderplatz© Alexander Rentsch
    Art installation «Lifelines»
  • Chiharu Shiota: Lifelines-Installation auf dem Alexanderplatz© Alexander Rentsch
    Art installation «Lifelines» on Alexanderplatz
  • Chiharu Shiota: Lifelines-Installation auf dem Alexanderplatz© Alexander Rentsch
    Art installation «Lifelines»
  • Lost Words von Chiharu Shiota© dpa
    Chiharu Shiota
According to Kulturprojekte Berlin, her installation «Lifelines», made of red spun threads, will transform a historical furniture van converted into a mobile place of learning into a meeting place of revolution and art. The interior of the hundred-year-old wagon presents itself as a dense network of red threads in which a performance takes place every day. The installation at Alexanderplatz can be viewed daily from March 2 to March 10 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., the performances will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Admission is free.
Eduardo Paolozzi
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Last edited: Friday, 1. March 2019 13:28 Uhr

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