… of the website.
Monthly Archives: August 2003
Sophia tells me about two exihibitions in East Germany, one about eastern fastfood stands in (Domäne Dahlem / Berlin, „Imbissbuden – Essen ohne Grenzen“) , the other about GDR busstops (Verkehrsmuseum Dresden “Magic Bus”)
Sasa Maechtig answers my email and sends me some nice photos of the K67. The K67 unit has appearently such a big success that has even reached countries like New Zealand and Japan. A slovenian artist called Marjetica Potrc will use K67 units for their exhibition in the Museum of […]
A friend from Dresden tells us that quite some K-67-booths in Germany have to suffer from vandalism.
Gero Heimann writes from Bejing. He hasn´t seen K67s in China until now. But he send a really nice photo of a typical Chinese kiosk.
Doing research on the COMECON like east european economical system.
Start of the making of the K67 website
Jana tells me the name of a Swedish artist called Magnus Bartas, who also investigated on the K67 units. Searching the Internet I found information about his project “satellites”. He took also photographs from different K67 on different places in six countries, mostly Ex-Yugoslavia. He sees the “Satellites”, in retrospective, […]
Tahl Kaminer told me that he saw a K-67 in this “mutations” book although it looks more like made of concrete (“Mutations”, p. 344-348, “Use Network” Pristina, Stefano Boeri, www.useproject.net).
… where designer Sasa Maechtig is professor now. I hope to contact Mr. Maechtig in order to get more information about his design.
… that K67 was a successful east europaen product I send emails to friends which are living in the former east block countries. I ask them to look for K67 in their cities.