The interactive art exhibition Perspective Playground by Olympus is back! The event is held in Berlin for the 3rd time. With a new name and on a new location: the old power station Kraftwerk Berlin. This rough and industrial decor seems to be a perfect match to the colorful artworks and installations. You can read my blogpost about the last Berlin edition of the Photography Playground, which was held in 2014, in the Opernwerkstätten, here.
The Olympus Perspective Playground is a free exhibition of artistic installations in a nice historic building where you are allowed to take photos. It could not be any better! It is literally a playground for art- and photography lovers. You are invited to explore, feel, touch, walk through, interact with and experience the unknown, something which is normally forbidden during most exhibitions. It is all about having fun playing around with your camera under different circumstances and light conditions, around 10 artistic installations by international artists.
Olympus provides their OM-D and Pen cameras which you can test. Information about settings is provided for the non-experienced photographer. The SD card with your photos on it can be taken home. Don’t forget to bring your ID! You may also use your own camera or smartphone if you like.
September 1-24 2017
Open Daily, Sun-Wed 11-21, Thu-Sat 11-23
Free Admission, you can register in advance on the website if you want to avoid waiting in line.
Kraftwerk Berlin, Köpenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin-Mitte