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Thema: An app replacing ads on New York’s subway with art. Beschreibung: New York is a city of commuters. 5.5 million riders move through its expansive subway system on an average weekday. Advertisers take advantage of this huge, captive audience by bombarding everyone with commercial messages. Over the years, artists have attempted to take back … Weiterlesen

Art Spin

Thema: A bicycle tour of art. Beschreibung: The tour features commissioned multi-disciplinary works, ranging from art performances to site-specific installations, as well as visits to galleries (commercial, artist run & public) and to artists’ studios. As well as monthly bike tours, Art Spin curates and mounts an annual group exhibition at the end of each … Weiterlesen

The Street Store – Hang Up. Help Out

Thema: The world’s first rent-free, premises-free, free “pop-up clothing store” for the poor, found entirely on the street and curated by you. Beschreibung: „Every country has a lot of have-nots. But also has a lot of haves. But how do we remind the haves, that the have-nots need help? We need a middle ground, so … Weiterlesen

Kabinett

Thema: Öffnung neuer Räume für junge Kunst. Beschreibung: Im Kabinett wird ein Jahr lang alle zwei Wochen eine neue Arbeit eines jungen, aufstrebenden Künstlers im semi-privaten Umfeld eines Hausflurs in Hannover präsentiert. Dabei werden in dem nicht-kommerziellen Projekt kuratorische Fragen der Präsentation und Rezeption von zeitgenössischer Kunst jenseits einer Situation des white cubes in Museen … Weiterlesen

Transform Kansas City

Thema: A joint effort to develop a public discourse on the opportunities of rail transit and facilitate professional and community input in the development of a more sustainable built environment. Beschreibung: Transform Kansas City is intended to inspire the public’s imagination about regional mobility by showcasing built and un-built work from around the world that … Weiterlesen

YOU ARE GO!

Thema: Die Stadt als Spielfeld Beschreibung: Nach dem Vorbild anglo-amerikanischer Festivals wie Come Out & Play (New York), Hide & Seek (London) und igFest (Bristol) bringt You Are GO! eine postdigitale Spielkultur nach Berlin, die Games statt in virtuellen Welten auf den Plattformen des Alltags installiert. Mit Smartphones und Walkie-Talkies ebenso wie mit Kreide und … Weiterlesen