IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES *

A series of lectures and discussions in the framework of IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MUSEUM

Where?

Weimar, Bauhaus-Museum Weimar

When?

09.04.2019 - 24.12.2019

What?

Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces

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Target

All

Topic

Understand the Bauhaus!

Fringe programme

  • 23.04.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - The Missed Scenery and The Missed Event

    With Sujin Lim and a guest

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar
  • 30.04.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - The Artist as Dilettante

    With Dr. Boris Buden, Lena Skrabs and Paloma Sanchez-Palencia

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar
  • 14.05.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - The Concealed Museum

    With Dr. Sabine Folie, Stefan Klein and Julieta Ortiz de Latierro

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar
  • 21.05.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - Welcoming the foreign: The future of an illusion or an illusion of the past?

    With Dr. Boris Buden, Vienne Chan, Hannes Neubauer and Maria Walcher

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar
  • 11.06.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - Is there society after society?

    With Dr. Boris Buden, Jakob Wirth and Edoardo Tedde | Video screening: AHOI by Ina Weise

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar
  • 25.06.2019 | 16:00

    IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MIND PALACES* - I Have Seen the Future

    With Xenia Schürmann and Vanessa Brazeau

    Talk / Lecture, Art in public spaces Weimar

Address

Bauhaus-Museum Weimar
Stéphane-Hessel-Platz 1
99423 Weimar, Deutschland

Opening hours

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Ein Museum der Klassik Stiftung Weimar

  • Step-free access to the venue and event rooms
  • Wide doors (at least 90 cm, thresholds maximum 2 cm)
  • Wheelchair-friendly bathroom facilities

Funding formula

IMAGINARY BAUHAUS MUSEUM is an artistic research exhibition series of the MFA program "Public Art and New Artistic Strategies", Faculty of Art and Design at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar under the direction of professor Danica Dakić, Anke Hannemann, Ina Weise, Jirka Reichmann (coordinator). The exhibition at the Schiller-Museum was realized in collaboration with Vanessa Brazeau, Stefan Klein, Natsumi Sugiyama, international students and alumni of the MFA program, with visiting professor Dr. Sabine Folie, Dr. Boris Buden and other guests. Funded by Kreativfonds of Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and the Thüringer Staatskanzlei.

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