REESE, Matthias

German Architecture and its Changing Past 7/9

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Date: Sunday 11 February 2001
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 64 mins

Reunification has created urban and architectural problems concerning the nature of Germany and its past. This conference concentrates upon two acute aspects of this situation - the urban centre of Berlin and the continuing controversies about the representation of the Holocaust. Matthias Reese on his work with Daniel Libeskind for a memorial project in Oranienburg that includes both the Sachsenhausen concentration camp and various outlying sites formerly used in administrative and residential capacities by the SS.Stefan Doesinger on a project for the Knigsplatz in Munich.



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