Sabine Hornig, “Window Missing Ground” 2006, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011
A festive cultural attunement, the DLD museum tour: It has become tradition to surround oneself with a layer of art just before the action sets in. On Sunday, January 22nd 2012, all registered conference participants are invited to join a rich guidance through art displays in Munich.
Get inspired and take it right away to the DLD12 sessions.
Have your breakfast, relax and open your eyes fully at 11am for local artifacts at the Bavarian National Museum, design collections at the Pinakothek, or national masterpieces of science and technology at the German Museum. Within two hours art circlers will get an insight into the German scene and well beyond.
More info to follow (e.g. registration). Keep up with DLD12.
Until then, just satisfy your art lust with these running exhibitions, which carry the Digital Life Design spirit:
When: 16.12.2011 till 28.1.2012
Artists: Felix Burger, Abbé Libansky, Florian Duffe
Why: Enter the subterrestrial realm. An urban underworld as invisible heart of the city: functional supply unit crossed by infrastructure, filled with usable and necessary things. At the same time one can see it as a depot, a passage for differentiated objects and an archeological (mystic) place.
Kimberly Sexton, Detail of “Column 4” (Still Projecting) 2011, hydrocal white gypsum cement, © Wilfried Petzi
Where: Haus der Kunst
When: 11.11.2011 till 26.2.2012
Artists: Phyllida Barlow, Michael Beutler, Alexandra Bircken, Vincent Fecteau, Anita Leisz , Kimberley Sexton
Why: Interactive art. Focus lies on the sculptures’ dependence on their material, the serial interface of reality and vision gives enough room for the joy to experiment (like huge blocks made of styrofoam or wheelworks).
Sabine Hornig, “Window With Palm Tree” 2010, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011
Through the Window
Where: Pinakothek der Moderne
When: 27.11.2011 till 26.2.2012
Artist: Sabine Hornig
Why: Mirrored photography. Recurring motive is glass windows of empty stores.
Photo: Hubert Burda Media (DLDwomen 2011) / Courtesy of VG Bild-Kunst, Wilfried Petzi