moving is in every direction. Environments—Installations—Narrative Spaces

Marcel Broodthaers: Un Jardin d‘Hiver, 1974. Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin © Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, SMB, Friedrich Christian Flick Collection / Thomas BrunsThe Estate of Marcel BroodthaersVG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016

The exhibition “moving is in every direction. Environments – Installations –  Narrative Spaces”  traces the history of installation art from the 1960s until today with a focus on narrative structures. As the visitors move through the exhibition, they explore expansive walk-in environments, video and sound installations, as well as cross-media works especially developed for the exhibition. The non-linear narrative structure, put forth by Gertrude Stein, to which the exhibition title relates, serves as a starting point for exploring sculptural arrangements, image sequences, or spatially staged narratives. Within the approximately 3,500 square metres of exhibition space, there are installations by Marcel Broodthaers, Isa Genzken/Wolfgang Tillman, Susan Philipsz, Pipilotti Rist, Bunny Rogers, Wolf Vostell.

Artists: Richard Artschwager, Joseph Beuys, Barbara Bloom, Marcel Broodthaers, Stan Douglas, Urs Fischer, Peter Fischli/David Weiss, Dan Flavin, Ceal Floyer, Isa Genzken/Wolfgang Tillmans, Ilya Kabakov, Allan Kaprow, Edward Kienholz, Robert Kusmirowski, Bernhard Leitern, Shahryar Nashat, Bruce Nauman, Susan Philipsz, Hermann Pitz, Walid Raad/The Atlas Group, Pipilotti Rist, Bunny Rogers, Gregor Schneider, Thomas Schütte, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Wolf Vostell, Qin Yufen.

Fri, 17 Mar, 19.00h
17 Mar 201724 Sep 2017

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