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Michael Pinsky – THE FINAL BID

An ecologic simulation and a resource-saving auction

Michael Pinsky makes the air and climate change the content of his work and especially in the exhibition at the Draiflessen Collection he focuses on sustainability as an action principle for the use of resources. With the processual installation THE FINAL BID – which Pinsky will realise for the first time in the Draiflessen Collection – he transforms the museum into an auction hall for chairs. The largest part of our personal Co2 footprint is caused by the consumption of clothing and household goods.
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Termin: 30.10.2022 – 26.02.2023  

Adresse: Draiflessen Collection, Mettingen/DE

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Jakob Kudsk Steensen > Berl-Berl

On the future of the marshes

The work of Jakob Kudsk Steensen oscillates between the analogue and the digital, between new technologies and scientific discourses, between futuristic visions and multi-layered soundscapes. Steensen works with 3D animation, sounds and immersive effects. At the intersection of hybrid world-building and visual storytelling, he reinterprets ecological themes.

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Termin: April 29 to September 25, 2022

Adresse: Museum ARoS, Aarhus/DK

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PANTA RHEI

Everything is in motion.
Light art in the historic waterworks

The exhibition’s title is ‘panta rhei’. With these words, Heraclitus is said to have summed up his teaching: “No one can step into the same river twice, for everything flows and nothing remains.” Two and a half thousand years after the Greek philosopher’s death, his lesson is relevant as ever. All is in flux and things are ever changing, each moment gone in the blink of an eye. Man is part of an eternal cycle of coming and going, birth and death as glimpses of evolution in the continuous becoming of time and space. → Read more

Termin: April 29 - September 25, 2022 

Adresse: Zugweg 29-31, 50677 Cologne/DE

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Essen Light Festival

REMONDIS Light Award
With its transformation from the centre of the coal and steel industry to the third greenest city in Germany and the Green Capital of Europe, Essen stands for sustainability and change like hardly any other major city. Together with REMONDIS, the Essen Light Festival is once again taking up this theme and presenting the REMONDIS Light Award for the third time. The winners will present their light installations, light art or video mappings at the Essen Light Festival. → Read more

Termin: 30. September to 9. October 2022

Adresse: City of Essen _ Germany

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