Next to the site of the Stadtschloss, the Palace of the Republic, which is draped in mobile phone advertising, a group of people are standing, all fixedly holding up their phones. Their view is trained on the former State Council building of the GDR. Looking up at the new version of the old palace, which represents a system under which the African colonies were redistributed in the 19th century at the Congo Conference and which now, after its completion, will house Berlin‘s ethnological collections, a stroller tries to make sense of how the world is measured and distributed. (MS)
Juliane Henrich (*1983) studied at Deutsches Literaturinstitut Leipzig, the University of the Arts in Berlin and the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Her films
have appeared at film festivals and as part of exhibitions, including: Berlinale / Forum Expanded, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Duisburger Filmwoche festival, ZKM Karlsruhe (Centre for Art and Media in Karlsruhe), Visions du Réel / Nyon, The Images Festival Toronto, DocBuenosAires; and in programmes at various Goethe Institutes.
Films by Juliane Henrich
Aus westlichen Richtungen 2016 | schleifen 2014 | anything but my pictures 2011 | Tahrir im April 2011 | Sämtliche Wunder 2009 | mit dem wort wende 2009 | spurname 2008