Teufelsberg (mountain devil), is an artificial hill located southwest of Berlin, overlooking the city. Amusement park very popular with young Berliners, this hill was built after the Second World War with the remnants of the city after the Allied bombing. An estimated 30 million cubic meters of rubble piled mass there, the equivalent of 400,000 buildings. The hill rises on the site of the University of Nazi war which had been designed by the architect of the Third Reich, Albert Speer, and half done. As after the war, it was difficult to totally destroy the building riddled with underground bunkers, the German authorities decided to bury him and make him disappear under an artificial hill. The hill was then covered with trees, and used during the winter ski run in the 60s and 70s. During the Cold War, was built at the top center of U.S. espionage radar to listen to communications of the Soviet bloc in East Berlin.

She won the contest SFR Jeunes Talents – BAL 2009.
Le Bal/SFR
Hors Collection
210 x 290
Broché avec rabats
41 color and blanck and white photos
72 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-197-7
Mary Sommer. In 2008, I wrote in my studies, a study on the relationship between people and landscape in contemporary photography. At the same time, I began a practice of landscape photography in medium format. In 2009, I completed my diploma project with a book of photographs on Teufelsberg, a hill in Berlin.
She won the contest SFR Jeunes Talents – BAL 2009.
Jean-Yves Jouannais was born in 1964. He was editor of Art Press for 9 years. Art critic and curator of exhibitions: Venice Biennale, 1995; "The Fool split. Idiocy in the art of the twentieth century", Moscow, 2000; "La Force de l’Art 02", 2009). He began a lecture series entitled "The Encyclopedia of wars" at the Pompidou Center, scheduled for four years.