In the exhibition ‘Welt ohne Außen. Immersive Spaces since the 1960s,’ which took place at Gropius Bau as part of Berliner Festspiele’s Immersion program, the concept of immersing oneself was explored through a series of time-based experiences that go beyond the object, extending into performances and various workshops. The exhibition, curated by Thomas Oberender and Tino Sehgal, featured artworks spanning from the late ’60s to the present by artists including Larry Bell, Doug Wheeler and Wolfgang Georgsdorf, among others, all of whom create new sensory perspectives.
- Henrike Naumann at the SculptureCenter in New York
- Call for Artists: Paper Transformation
- The Week September 26–October 2, 2022
- Art as a Means of Survival
- Throwing Out the Script: Margot Nash in ‘No Master Territories’
- The Man Who Turned into a Rocket: An Interview with Valeo Kopysov
- The Week September 19–25, 2022
- ‘Uprising’ at Schloss Görne
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