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Bauhaus in 360°
To mark the Bauhaus centenary, Interactive Media Foundation, a Berlin-based creative foundry, joined forces with Filmtank to develop the project BAUHAUS SPIRIT. Parts of the cross-media project will be on view at the 100 Years of Bauhaus opening festival in January 2019. We talked with Diana Schniedermeier, Director of the Interactive Media Foundation, about the spirit of the Bauhaus in our era of virtual realities.
“Bauhaus Is Still Putting Us on the Right Track”
The grand Bauhaus Year 2019 will be inaugurated with a large-scale opening festival in Berlin. For one week, international artists from the fields of dance, theater and music will be devoting their attention to contemporary topics within the context of the Bauhaus’s performative inquiries. Bettina Wagner-Bergelt, the festival’s curator, discusses this multifaceted celebration of a bauhaus now.
Big Bauhaus stage
From 16th to 24th January „100 years bauhaus. The opening festival “ invites you on a creative and experimental journey, focussing on the legendary Bauhaus stage: nine days, ten world premières, over 100 artists participating in the Akademie der Künste at Hanseatenweg. Today we would like to present the programme highlights.
Art in the Age of Movement
Inspired by Bauhaus modernist art, Hedwig founder Jan Bartoszek’s newest work “Futura” is a vibrant and colorful exploration of how dance shapes and is shaped by society, art, architecture, and design in the 21st century.
Kick-off in Berlin
From 16. until 24. January 2019 the opening festival for 100 years of Bauhaus will be held at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin to mark the beginning of nationwide festivities celebrating the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus.
“My association with the Bauhaus stage has been on-going for a long time and is very emphatic.”
In her position as art director Bettina Wagner–Bergelt is responsible for the Opening Festival of 100 years of bauhaus. The festival launches in January 2019 the Bauhaus Centenary in Berlin. Wagner–Bergelt was already enganged in the subject of the Bauhaus stage long before her involvement in the event.