U144 – Untergrundmuseum Berlin

A video by Aida Kadrispahic, a tour through the underground museum as a walk-through history, art and Wunderkammer, walk-through search engine in Berlin Mitte. The story moves through 9 thematic rooms from the first industrial revolution to today’s issues of social ecological transformation. (in German)..



U144 | Das Untergrundmuseum Berlin

What started in the 1990s as a collection of disbanded GDR industrial outlets is now an established mini museum in Berlin’s underground. Literally.

In a cellar vault dating from 1795, the U144 uses original objects to tell the story of the city, industrial culture, and social history, and in doing so aims above all to trigger questions in its visitors. Are we really where we want to be in terms of social and economic policy?

U144 is a project by artist duo Ania Rudolph and Rainer Goerss.