GERMANY, LUCKENWALDE, BRANDENBURG – September 10, 2019: An Electric Temple of Culture Fires Up. The EWERK, a disused station plant outside oof Berlin has been turned into a novel hybrid business: a contemporary art center and renewable energy plant in one. Its opening comes at a time when the links between energy companies and arts organizations are increasingly in focus.
Here: Helen Turner und Pablo Wendel and their dog Coal. The perspektive is from the Turbine Hall into the Engine Room.
The contemporary art centre on the first floor includes a 350 m² Turbine Hall, two multipurpose exhibition spaces and a gallery dedicated to historical presentations.
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