– 11.February 2014 –
One of the most interesting and really cool museums in Berlin is the Jewish Museum in Kreuzberg. It is the largest jewish museum in Europe. The Architecture of this muesum is amazing and the history behind the walls are incredible.
This part / void of the museum is my favorite one – the „ Fallen leaves“.
„The architect Daniel Libeskind created empty spaces in several parts of the building. These so-called voids extand vertically through th entire museum and representthe absence of Jews from German society.
The Memory Void contains a work by the Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman, who calls his installations ‘Fallen Leaves’. He has dedicated the over 10.000 faces covering the floor to all innocent victims war and volence.“