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The Instagrammer Mulinarius (Matthias Müller) travels a lot in his free time. Often you spend hours looking for a new motif or a different perspective on things that you actually know but have never looked at in this way before. He posts his pictures on social networks. Totally normal posts. Great photo, comment and hashtags underneath, done.


Then came the war in Ukraine - an issue that the whole world is talking about, that concerns the whole world. So does Mulinarius. With the first day of the war, it felt completely wrong for him to post "normally". He wanted to make a statement and began coloring his pictures in yellow and blue.

What was initially intended as a sign of solidarity is now a sign against forgetting.
"This war is terrible and must not disappear from public interest. That's why I continue to color my pictures regularly in yellow and blue.

Not only now, but also later - whenever my profiles and pictures are viewed, people should remember that Peace and democracy cannot be taken for granted - not even in Europe!" said Mulinarius. In the meantime, 44 yellow-blue photographs have been taken and more will be added - until the war is over!

The partners from the Stasi headquarters broadcast the photos from the photographer Mulinarius, colored in yellow and blue.

Campus for Democracy on the second anniversary of the Russian war of aggression on Ukraine is a sign of solidarity from Berlin to Kyiv and shows that peace and democracy in Europe cannot be taken for granted.


Vernissage on February 24th from 4 p.m. - program:

  • 3 p.m. - Guided tour of the exhibition "Insight into the Secret" (meeting point at House 7)
  • 4 p.m. - Vernissage/Opening of the exhibition (at House 22)
  • 6 p.m. - Guided tour of the exhibition "Insight into the Secret" (meeting point at House 7)



Additional information
Entry is free of charge, a registration is not needed. Photos will be taken at the event for public relations work by the participating institutions. If you do not want to appear on it, please contact us.

The photo exhibition is open from February 25th to April 30th, 2024. It can be visited in House 22 at the following times:
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m

Accessibility

The venue is not barrier-free.
Participating artists
Matthias Müller
Dates
April 2024
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