The Hill Shines Bright

Berlin’s most famous spy station, a National Security Agency complex built on the rubble from World War II, is being filled with art for a weekend show that starts on Friday, September 13 (appropriate, wouldn’t you say). The former NSA listening station, abandoned for years, has been transformed from a moldering junkyard to giant art show, and just in time to contribute to the debate on recent revelations about the US agency’s widespread spying around the world. To read the full story, click here.

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