Look Up to the Sky Screen at Rosenthaler Platz

By Toni Ellis |

Berlin’s tech and art worlds are once again colliding, with a new public gallery space launching on Wednesday night which encourages passers-by to look up to the skies for a different take on art.

Sky Screen is a new non-profit public video art space from MOMENTUM showing a program of international films every night from 10pm to 4am at Rosenthaler Platz. The videos will be projected onto the screen outside the penthouse office of Uslu Airlines cosmetics, opposite Sankt Oberholz.

MOMENTUM’s goal with Sky Screen is to bring acclaimed international video art to the public of Berlin, by turning a busy intersection which is at the heart both of the gallery district and the tech scene into a public art space. The ongoing curated program changes every four weeks and will feature collaborations, sharing content with international video art festivals and biennales.

The exhibition is free to see, and you can take a seat at Sankt Oberholz, gaze up, and take a journey through the best video art from around the world, accompanied by soundtrack provided by Eidotech and streamed to you via a listening station with Urbanears headphones.