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Art Machines Machine Art / Museum Tinguely / Basel, Switzerland / part 1/2

For the current exhibition entitled “Art Machines Machine Art”, the Museum Tinguely in Basel, Switzerland, turns into a production hall. “Art Machines Machine Art” presents Jean Tinguely’s drawing machines dating back to the 1950s followed by art machines down to the present day, created by Pawel Althamer (Extrusion Machine), Michael Beutler (Proper en Droog), Angela Bulloch, Olafur Eliasson (The endless study), Tue Greenfort (Mobile Trinkglaswerkstatt), Damien Hirst (Making beautiful drawings), Rebecca Horn, Jon Kessler (Desert), Tim Lewis (Auto-Dali Prosthetic), Lia, Miltos Manetas, Roxy Paine, Steven Pippin, Cornelia Sollfrank, Jean Tinguely, Antoine Zgraggen, Andreas Zybach (Sich selbst reproduzierender Sockel). All of these machines have a common feature: they produce their own art. Depending on the mechanical process involved, visitors may keep certain works such as drawings produced by Jean Tinguely’s Meta-Matics and certified stamped sheets produced by Damien Hirst’s or Olafur Eliasson’s machines.
Museum Tinguely, Basel / Switzerland, March 17, 2008.

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Open House / Grsslin Collection / part 2/3

In part 2 of the guided tour through the “Rume fr Kunst” collector Thomas Grsslin shows us works by Mark Dion, Manuel Ocampo, Franz West, Martin Kippenberger, Michael Beutler and Markus Oehlen. The concept “Rume fr Kunst” exists since 1995. Vacant shops in St. Georgen, Black Forest / Germany are temporarily used for exhibitions. For guided tours visit the collection’s website. St. Georgen, Germany, June 30, 2007. Part 2/3.

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Art at the Lufthansa Aviation Center / part 2/2

In this episode curator Max Hollein talks about the Art at the LAC project, artist Beat Streuli talks about his work at the LAC and his future projects, and we follow project manager Michael Neff on the guided tour to the work of Elmgreen & Dragset, who installed doors with a touch of humor. The artists chosen for the project are Liam Gillick, Carsten Nicolai, Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, Michael Beutler, Cerith Wyn Evans, Thomas Demand and Beat Streuli. Impressions from the reception at the LAC, April 20, 2007. Part 2/2.

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Art at the Lufthansa Aviation Center / part 1/2

Last week VernissageTV attended the reception for “Art at the Lufthansa Aviation Center” at the LAC at the Frankfurt Airport. Lufthansa wanted to invite artists to create artworks that relate specifically to the building, the Lufthansa identity and the construction process. The artists chosen are Liam Gillick, Carsten Nicolai, Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, Michael Beutler, Cerith Wyn Evans, Thomas Demand and Beat Streuli. Impressions from the reception and excerpts from the speech of Stefan Lauer, Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Lufthansa AG (in German). LAC, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, April 20, 2007. Part 1/2.

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