Talks with JEPPE HEIN

Coinciding with Jeppe Hein's exhibition THIS WAY, his studio and Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg are happy to invite you to two different events with talks on the subject of 'ways'.

On 12 February 2016, Jeppe Hein will have a conversation with Mechthild von Veltheim, abbess of the monastery St. Marienberg. Addressing the topic of the 'way of life', the lecture is investigating in what ways it is co-created by the term of 'freedom'. The talk will be moderated by Dr. Uta Ruhkamp, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

Hollerplatz 1

38440 Wolfsburg

Talk starts at 6.30 pm. Entrance fee: 8 euros


On 26 February 2016 studio Jeppe Hein will host a talk with promenade scientist Bertram Weisshaar. The goal of his lecture, in conversation with the artist, is to examine the creative and meaningful character of the process of 'making way'. The talk will be moderated by Rebekka Csizmazia, Studio Jeppe Hein.

Studio Jeppe Hein

Dessauer Strasse 6-7

10963 Berlin

Talk starts at 6.30 pm. No entrance fee.

As there is only a certain amount of seats available, please rsvp via the following email address: gkolleck@kunstmuseum-wolfsburg.de



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