projekte und initiativen

Creative Nite

Creative Nite

Am Donnerstag veranstalten wir die erste Creative Nite im neuen Jahr. Ich freu mich schon riesig. Und wir haben ganz großartige Gäste:

Till Hoffmann von Millaphon Records und dem Milla Live-Club (Der auch gleichzeitig unser Gastgeber ist. Danke, an dieser Stelle.)

Lucas Bock, Julio Brinkmann und Gabriel Czembor von sueco – Einfach Selber Machen

Christian Gries, Sybille Greisinger, Marco Eisenack und Harald Link von den Kulturkonsorten

Anke Eberhardt vom Magazin CUT – Leute machen Kleider

Ludwig „Lou“ Mayerl und Jan „Jay“ Wanger von Vibealive.FM

Edit:

Einen Rückblick auf die Creative Nite kann man auf mucbook lesen. Danke!

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projekte und initiativen, räume und orte

direktorenhaus

Das Direktorenhaus is a new art space in Berlin, where a simulation of a temporary Gesamtkunstwerk, the total art work, will be explored. Here traditional art and craft methods will be coupled with analogue technology and digital media, however they will not just be limited to their aesthetic values instead this is an experimental directive with a social resonances. The Exhibitions will play cat and mouse with preconceptions and break down the boundaries between art and design.

www.direktorenhaus.com

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projekte und initiativen

what comes after oil?

„The Nürnberg Hot Spots Office is a participatory art project as a temporary use of the abandoned gas station at the former Quelle Adam-Klein-Street/ Mendelstreet, Nürnberg. This intervention is embedded in the international art project and focuses on and asks the question „What comes after oil?“

The site has both an inside and outside space. The HOT SPOTS design (and related work) comprises the site towards the urban quarter and makes it recognizable as re-organized and alternatively used site in contrast to its former purpose. The available interior will be used as an office, workshop, and showroom. Each work „What comes after oil?“ will be presented at the office and will be open to the public through the opening hours.

The description of this HOT SPOT is focusing on our use of city space, our living space and the question of how we deal with our resources, i.e., our living context. A variety of presentations/ work are planned in which artists are asked to participate.“

www.hot-spots.net

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