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Sand-Art Show in Berlin: The Story of Berlin

Price USD$28.54


Sand-Art Show in Berlin: The Story of Berlin
This is a sand-art show about the story of Berlin. In impressive pictures the world-famous sand-artist Natalya Netselya narrates the history of Berlin and the cities many wonders and little stories. The show is a unique interaction of light and shadow, sand and music. It is like a visual tour through Berlin that everyone can understand without any words, as it describes the events only by pictures and music. It takes place in Germany\'s first sand-theatre in the Admiralspalast Berlin.

Sand-art or sand-painting is an extraordinary kind of performance art. The artist works on an illuminated table which has a glass cover. On the glass she draws pictures only with her hands and sand. These pictures develop in a flow and one picture merges into the next, thus creating an animation. 

In the show you will be carried away on an exiting journey through Germany\'s great capital. The Sand-artists, under the artistic direction of world-famous artist Natalya Netselya, have created a wonderful story drawn in sand. In impressive pictures, the artist narrates the eventful development of Berlin.

From a small village on the banks of the Spree to a modern metropolis, with its many wonders and little stories. Witness the story of the cute polar bear-baby Knut, Marlene Dietrich, the Berlinale and the Carneval of Cultures. The pricing only includes the ticket fare. Food and drinks are available at the location, but not included.

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This is a sand-art show about the story of Berlin. In impressive pictures the world-famous sand-artist Natalya Netselya narrates the history of Berlin and the cities many wonders and little stories. The show is a unique interaction of light and shadow, sand and music. It is like a visual tour through Berlin that everyone can understand without any words, as it describes the events only by pictures and music. It takes place in Germany\'s first sand-theatre in the Admiralspalast Berlin.