If you happen to be in Berlin between now and the end of August, you should pay the Neue Nationalgalerie a visit and have a look at Otto Piene’s work. The artist, unfortunately, passed away the day of the opening of this exhibition, which showcases his light and sound installations. In 1961, Piene said about his work: “My higher dream involves the projection of light into the great night sky, the exploration of the universe as it presents itself to light, untouched, without obstacles—the air space is the only environment that offers mankind almost unlimited freedom.”
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Photos: Courtesy of Kostas Murkudis