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Works by international artists from a wide range of artistic disciplines in the field of tension between nature and human creative power as a reflection of the Anthropocene era.

Date :

30.09.2023 until 03.12.2023



30 September ‒ 3 December 2023: Exhibition

Summer season, March – October:
Tuesday ‒ Saturday, 2 ‒ 7 pm; Sunday and holidays, 10 am ‒ 7 pm
Winter season, November – February:
Tuesday ‒ Saturday, 2 ‒ 6 pm; Sunday and holidays, 10 am ‒ 6 pm

Artificial Genesis 2023 Vernissage
Opening of the exhibition ARTIFICIAL GENESIS on the theme Nature↔Data with international artists ... weiterlesen

  • The exhibition spaces and Café Botanika are wheelchair accessible.
  • The exhibition and accompanying programs are admission free.


Barbara Herold und Florian Huth (DE)
Ilkka Halso (FIN)
Tamás Waliczky (Hongkong/HU)
Jeremy Wood (GB)
Erich Berger (FIN/AT)


About the exhibition

The group exhibition on the annual theme Nature ↔ Data explores the era of the Anthropocene through artistic means.

The term describes a new geochronological age in which humans have become one of the most important influencers of biological, geological, and atmospheric processes on Earth1 .The Artificial Genesis exhibition takes on the complexity of the subject with unusual and creative artistic perspectivesthat push the boundaries of the expected. It is a reminder of the importance of understanding and preserving nature, of ecology and sustainability, and at the same time a tribute to the imagination and beauty of human creativity.

The exhibition features new and traditional techniques from lithography to photography to computer-generated animation. Represented is a broad spectrum of works from landscape to flora and fauna to humans, from digital maps to GPS-generated drawings to graphics and animations generated from data.

(1) Sven Titz: Ausrufung des Anthropozäns: Ein gut gemeinter Mahnruf. In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung vom 4.11.2016

Opening hours


Winter (Nov-Feb)
Tue - Sat: 2 pm - 6 pm
Sun + holidays: 10 am - 7 pm

Summer (March-Oct)
Tue - Sat: 2 pm - 7 pm
Sun + holidays: 10 am - 7 pm


Das Titelbild des Flyers über die Kunstwerke im Skulpturengarten im Außenbereich des Schafhofs - Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern zeigt die Skluptur "SpaceSheep" des ungarischen Künstlers Csongor Szigeti, ein silbernes, halb abstraktes Schaf auf einer Wiese.
Brochure about the Sculpture Garden in the outdoor area of the Center for Art
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