Berlin, Nevada is a project built by Silvia Mercuriali and Gemma Brockis, two London-based artists, who share an interest in creating work in found and publicly functioning environments. They impose fictional perspectives onto these existing landscapes. Shows have taken audiences into cars, conference rooms, and hotels, from Brisbane, to Tel Aviv, to Tokyo, London and the smallest villages of Sardinia. 

They celebrate everyday views as epic scenographies and places of mystery, with a light touch of visual design, and filmic sound scores.

The project name is shared with a ghost town in the deserts of America...