June 21, 2005 | Humboldt University Berlin
Imaginary Berlin is a research and art project aimed at examining Berlin, both at close range and from a distance. This project brings together a group of people with a broad range of experience in Berlin – from self-proclaimed native to total stranger. Each brings a unique viewpoint to this exploration of a city and to the question of how cities are known and experienced. Findings were presented at the Humboldt University in Berlin on June 23rd, 2005 as part of the arts festival Loving Berlin. Imaginary Berlin was created by UnionDocs member Johanna Linsley, in collaboration with Shana Negin, Hilke Schellmann, Jesse Shapins and Jonah Spear, with support from the Institute for European Ethnology at the Humboldt University.