Welt ohne Außen - Immersive Spaces since the 1960s

Ranging from the Light and Space Movement of the late 1960s, to works by contemporary artists like Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Cyprien Gaillard, and performances and workshops, this exhibition spans a panorama, featuring a great variety of immersive practices which dissolve categories of viewer and work and diminish the distance between subject and object. Curated by Thomas Oberender and Tino Sehgal, the exhibition traces a development from the pioneers of immersive installations to contemporary artistic practices, bringing together a wide range of art forms and disciplines. Featuring installations, virtual reality, 3D-film, a smell organ, as well as live works and workshops. Immersive works can only be experienced in their own respective temporality – they need a phase of departure, of immersion and emergence for which the exhibition will develop a specific dramaturgy

Fri, 8 Jun, 10.00h19.00h
8 Jun 20185 Aug 2018

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