|Bruce Nauman Room With My Soul Left Out, Room that Does Not Care, permanent installation|
Housed in what was one of Berlin's first train stations, the Hambuger Bahnhof is home to many works by Joseph Beuys, Bruce Nauman, Dan Flavin, Anselm Kiefer, Cy Twombly and so many more. It's a museum I never get tired of visiting; it's also where I first encountered Matthew Barney's Cremaster Cycle, if memory serves.
|Photograph of 1960's track housing|
|Jürgen Albrecht Orte|
Jürgen Albrecht video link.
|Andrea Pichl Doublebind|
I found Ryoji Ikeda's temporary installation to be especially mesmerizing, the sound hypnotic. Despite having to wear little slip-on booties before walking inside, the piece did not feel sterile, but rather other worldly, as if I was about to enter outer space or another dimension.
|Ryoji Ikeda DB|
I tried to catch a little video to get an sense of the sound (apologies for the feedback... is it even ok to record video in a museum? It still feels a little wrong):