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Three artistic positions will be presented in the exhibition which deal in different ways with technology and the topic of urbanization as well as the connection of real and virtual spaces.

Date :

12.07.2019 until 29.09.2019

© Zentrum für Kunst und Medien (ZKM) Karlsruhe 

participating artists:

Banz & Bowinkel (Germany)
Clemens Fürtler (Austria)
Marc Lee (Switzerland)

The exhibition presents three artistic positions that deal in various ways with technology and the theme of urbanization as well as the linking of real and virtual spaces. Clemens Fürtler’s light installations are imaging devices situated between sculpture, painting, photography and theater. In their installations, Mark Lee and the artist duo Banz & Bowinkel present two different approaches to the use of virtual reality (VR) technology in art. Content-wise, the exhibition builds on the theme of urbanization and the connection between real and virtual spaces.


12. July – 29. September 2019 
Exhibition in the gallery on the ground floor

opening hours: Tue to Sat 2 pm to 7 pm, Sun and holidays 10 am 7 pm and by appointment.
The exhibition rooms and the cafe are reachable barrier-free.

11. July, Thursday 17 pm Vernissage
Greeting: Rainer Schneider, vice president of the District Council of Upper Bavaria
Introduction: Michael Stoeber, art historian, art critic and curator
Shuttletaxi from Freising station: 6.55 pm; return: 8.50 pm

18 August, 2019, Sunday 4 pm: KUNST#TAG 067
Presentation and artist talk
Science as an Adventure, presentation by PD Dr. habil. Wolfram Ette, Munich
Shuttletaxi from Freising station: 3.55 pm; return: 6.30 pm

27 August, 2019, Tuesday 5 pm: meetup+art
Guided tour through the exhibition and sculpture park with Alexandra M. Hoffmann

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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