Until Jul 03, MonExhibitionContemporary works reflect on the cultural dimensions of modernity in East Asia.Curated by Anselm Franke and Hyunjin Kim
Pages from a loose-leaf modernityTang Chang, Rox Lee and Bagyi Aung SoeUntil Jul 03, MonExhibitionCurated by David Teh
By Rimini ProtokollTheatrical productionsPart 2 of the tetralogy: What do major construction sites divulge about our society?Premiere May 12, FriDüsseldorfer Schauspielhaus
The discussion series reflects on the capacity of words to both depict and create reality.Mon, Jun 12Joseph Vogl, Allen Feldman und Sinan Antoon – FEAR
100 Years of Now
2016 – 2019
Exhibition2 or 3 Tigers
Exhibition“Misfits”: Pages from a loose-leaf modernity
Guided tour2 or 3 Tigers
An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker (D: Danis Tanovic, BIH, F, SLO 2013, 75 min)Film
Exhibition with works by Tang Chang, Rox Lee, and Bagyi Aung SoeCurated by David Teh in collaboration with Yin Ker, Merv Espina, and Mary Pansanga
Exhibition with works by Ho Tzu Nyen, James T. Hong, Chia-Wei Hsu, IM Heung-soon, Jane Jin Kaisen & Guston Sondin-Kung, Minouk Lim, Park Chan-kyong, Lieko Shiga, Yuichiro TamuraCurated by Anselm Franke and Hyunjin Kim
Düsseldorf The Berlin airport, the “never-ending” A3 freeway project in Italy, the soccer arenas in Qatar: Why do states build and for whom? What’s it all about: participation or is there a master plan? In the second part of the series State 1–4 Rimini Protokoll sends the audience on a tour of scenic construction sites.
Exhibition, conferenceThe cosmism movement, which called for material immortality and resurrection, as well as travel to outer space, developed from spirituality in nineteenth century Russia. The doctrine of immortal life in infinite space captured the optimism of science and the arts in those days.
A set of four new dossiers aims to fathom the technosphere, sounding out its depths and properties, highlighting particular instances and phenomena, and probing its logics and protocols: Land & Sea, Creolized Technologies, Human, and Risk Equipment.
In the online publication Ho Tzu Nyen and Kevin Chua reflect on the meaning of the tiger in Singapore and encounters and boundaries between humans and tigers. Yongwoo Lee looks at perceptions of modernity in Korea, for example in its psycho-geographical and pop cultural moments.
The division of Korea has far-reaching consequences to this day – for the people both sides of the border in every imaginable area of life. The artist Minouk...
Men are power, children mean power. Taiye Selasi, celebrated author of “Ghana Must Go”, opens up glimpses into inescapable gender hierarchies. Through the...
The Online platform reflects the current state of research on the Anthropocene from the perspectives of science, art and civil society. Recently added: contributions to the 2016 Anthropocene Campus.