This past weekend we witnessed the official opening of the MADE creative space in Berlin. MADE is a new space that offers creative minds the space and vision to fulfill their creative dreams. Artists, musicians or any other creative person can apply to MADE, work in the space, exhibit in the space and host events in the space. The premise is complete freedom.
For the opening MADE has commissioned Yoske Nishiumi and Alex Flach. Yoske you should know from his Koi Club event series and Asics collaborations. Alex Flach is the photo editor of Lodown magazine and he has also released the book “Berlin Calling” a couple of years ago. Together they present the project “Snowglobe”. Each artist created a glass bubble, one inspired by Yoske’s home town of Tokyo, the other one by Alex’s home town of Berlin. The detail in their work really impressed us and everybody else attending. The most special thing about their work, is probably the interaction with the viewer, as you can enter the bubble to experience the art all around you.
Take a look at the video here below, that gives you some more background information on the two artists and their Snowglobe Project.
Many more images from the revealing last weekend at MADE follow after the jump.