martin hoffmann

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tearing down this city – Blauer Bock Magdeburg

June 21, 2015 by hoffmann.martin | 0 comments

Magdeburg, my social and emotional hotspot these years, has a more than fascinating story to tell. Having been an inviolable fortress, to the seat of nobles, ended up in being almost completely demolished during the Second World War. What came after was socialism, and with it the architecture that is still visible every day – but things  are changing, and we are currently actively living through it. View the pictures →

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Besucher im Hof auf der re:publica 2015 am 06.05.2015 in Berlin.

June 15, 2015
by hoffmann.martin

finding europe@re:publica15

In the beginning of May 2015 re:publica’15 took place in Berlin. After ‘Into the Wild’ in 2014, it was my second time joining the probably biggest conference/festival on net culture in Europe – though that does hardly describe what the re:publica is about. This year over 7.000 people discussed a wide range of topics from surveillance, journalism, social issues and politics, and how the future will and should look like generally speaking. Here is little selection of the most interesting talks I came across… Continue Reading →