Comenius Garden in Berlin, Germany
Comenius Garden is a little themed garden in the Bohmisches Dorf (Bohemian Village) in Neukolln, Berlin. Johann Amos Comenius was a Bohemian educationalist, so the garden is full of poetic symbols and sculptures. It’s only open at certain hours and it’s a beautiful, green, serene space full of different trees and flowers, a gazebo, and small pond. I feel detached from everyday life when I’m there. It’s a magical little spot right around the corner from my apartment. Best for after-dinner walks or mid-day breaks from working.
Place you live: Berlin, Germany & Toronto, CA
Place your photo was taken: Comenius Garden in Neukolln, Berlin
Preoccupation: Making collages, taking photos, thinking about the images I want to make, and all the other typical things – music, fashion, the Internet, travel, magazines, food, love, fun things, etc.
A perfect day in Berlin? Starts with breakfast and coffee with my husband, work on photo/collage, go for a run or take a bike ride to a gallery, make dinner, work more, bike to meet friends for a drink or go to an art opening or concert, or stay in and work/loaf around.
What and where is a perfect meal in the place you call home? A nice hunk of fish with vegetables. Chocolate or ice cream after.
A little known fact about where you live? A jar of mustard costs 30 cents.