Inside view of the main floor at Berghain
Original medium: Japanese ink brush and watercolor paint on sketchbook paper
Signed and stamped fine art prints on museum-quality, cotton-blend paper with archival inks
BERGHAIN, AM WRIEZENER BAHNHOF
As a club that operates in extremes (the power to humiliate or validate at the door, draconian entry policies but an anything-goes dancefloor, either loved or feared), Berghain is all blue and red. The colours convey the stark contrasts between these aloof, rather antisocial tendencies, and the familiar hedonism that keeps tempting patrons back for more. Architecturally, I wanted to capture Berghain’s most recognizable features: cavernous ceilings and a wall of paned windows reminiscent of a church interior.