TUE GREENFORT at Neues Museum Nürnberg
WEtransFORM brings together more than thirty internationally renowned artists and designers from around the world on such alarming themes as the rapidly dwindling natural reserves of drinking water, fossil fuels (especially oil), food and soil, or the use of rare earth elements by the global computer industry. The exhibition combines statements on our striking ecological footprint with works on the growing islands of plastic in the oceans and mountains of rubbish on land. It assesses the situation with pictures of the way humans have reshaped Earth's surface: the way we alter our world brings endless new suggestions for improvements and approaches to solving problems we ourselves have created!
The exhibition by Erwin Wurm in the Kunsthaus Graz takes as its starting point the open architectural structure of the Kunsthaus. Elements of the performative, participatory and sculptural form are thus connected to one another and to the building. More
The exhibition, which includes several works that have not been on view since the 1960s, emphasizes Kogelnik’s explorations in technology and newly available materials, and her concerns regarding the containment and objectification of women’s bodies. More
Camille Henrot’s exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz will be the first solo institutional presentation of her œuvre in Austria. Developed in close collaboration with the artist, the project in Vienna will consist entirely of new works produced for the occasion and in response to the architecture of the space. More