The Sprengel Museum Hannover, the kestnergesellschaft and the Kunstverein Hannover together present an overview exhibition of the international, contemporary art scene in Germany under the title "Made in Germany Zwei".
The exhibition presents from 17 May to 19 August 2012 about 40 pathbreaking positions of a younger generation of international artists, who live and work in Germany. With this exhibition the three institutions of Hannover continue the successful show "Made in Germany" from the year 2007.
For "Made in Germany Zwei" the idea of "Made in Germany" was advanced by a team of curators of all three institutions: The exhibiton will be curated by all of the three institutions. Many of the artists developped new workings especially for "Made in Germany Zwei".
The 18th Impakt Festival will be held from the 29th of March through to
the 1st of April 2007 with various locations in the city of Utrecht
staging a wide variety of sound and media arts. Like in previous
editions, the Impakt Festival offers visitors a startling mix of music,
film and video, extraordinary exhibitions, discussions, panel meetings
and presentations of internet art. The artists represented with their
work at the Impakt Festival explore the boundaries of the audiovisual
media while looking for new prospects and applications. In their work,
the represented artists express their critical view on our media
landscape and reflect on our visual culture in a characteristic and
0778 man.road.river, Marcellvs L. (Brazil, 2004, 9:27 min)
In order to produce his images, Marcellvs seems to be in an ambiguous
zone, combining attention, belief, and detachment. The contingency of
capturing these events (or near-events) is fundamental to the
production of the videos. Nevertheless, there is no belief in the
illusion that just looking at the world would be enough for it to
30 March (Friday), 18h, Louis Hartlooper Complex, Cinema 3
31 March (Saturday), 16h, Louis Hartlooper Complex, Cinema 3
Louis Hartlooper Complex Tolsteegbrug 1 Utrecht, The Netherlands tel. 030 2320450