Daniel Theiler

Reconstructing Tomorrow

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Date of publication May 2021

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Daniel Theiler
Reconstructing Tomorrow

Text(s) by Ortrun Bargholz, Anke Hannemann, Natalie Keppler, Bertolt Meyer, Constanze Müller, Elke Neumann, Juliane Richter, Johannes Warda, Elisabeth Würzl, graphic design by Bureau Est

German, English

2021. 232 pp., 122 ills.

Paperback with Flaps

16.00 x 24.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-4918-3

Architectures of Power

The Mitte district of Berlin is marked by numerous reconstructions of buildings, one of which is the newly erected Humboldt Forum. Daniel Theiler has investigated this quarter’s cultural history and sociocultural context, while examining the manifestations of hierarchical power politics. This has resulted in a series of works by the artist/architect on the reconstruction of the Berlin Castle, which plays a major role in this volume, entering into a dialogue with interdisciplinary essays on the current debates about reconstruction. This first comprehensive catalogue of the artist’s work compiles pieces from the last five years. Featuring a conversation between Natalie Keppler and Daniel Theiler, as well as essays by Ortrun Bargholz, Bertolt Meyer, Constanze Müller, Elke Neumann, Juliane Richter, Johannes Warda, Elisabeth Würzl, and a foreword by Anke Hannemann.

DANIEL THEILER (*1981) is a German-Turkish artist and architect. He was a graduate student under Nina Fischer at the University of the Arts Berlin and studied architecture at the TU Berlin, the ETH Zurich, and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

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