ACT 1: SCENES



East Side Gallery represents the the scenes of history which evokes the painful reality of a a tale of two cities. The wall was an ugly slash of postwar in Berlin. The cans of paint were often seen as obvious frustration from West Berliners. While, the tone of East Berlin presented a cold blank and serious grayness. Now it become a series of paintings on a 1316 m long remnant of the Berlin Wall done by international artists during 1990 as the process of German unification unfolded.