Kotti-Shop 36 Monster: Spurensuche am Kotti (Searching for Clues at Kotti) 2-channel hand-illustrated video installation with 24 sound channels on wallpaper-citydrawing. 6m x 2.6m. concept & artistic direction: Julia Brunner and Stefan Endewardt | in cooperation with the „36 Monsters“ | Kotti-Shop, Berlin, 2014 With cameras and recording devices, the „36 Monsters“ set off to find out something about the history of Kottbusser Tor: how long has Kotti been around? How old is the Neue Kreuzberger Zentrum? When were the houses built around the concrete colossus? What did Kotti look like before? And was there already a subway back then? Who lived at Kotti back then? These are all questions that they asked their neighbours, shop owners and other players around Kottbusser Tor - such as the experts at the Kreuzberg Museum. What they found out, they worked into an animated cartoon in which they tell the story from the very beginning: from the dinosaurs to the present day. Of course, the „36 Monsters“ themselves have their say. The film was embedded in a collage-like sound installation, which was shown at the Kotti-Shop in December 2014. The project was funded by the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Cultural Education Fund. „Spurensuche am Kotti“ is also a cooperation project between the Mittelpunktbibliothek Adalbertstraße Library and the Kotti-Shop.
_Nachbarschaftliche Kunst-Projekte: Installationsansicht, Kotti-Shop, Berlin
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