11/02/2022, 6:00 pm,

Guided tour through the exhibition Nimmersatt? Imagining Society without Growth

, Kunsthalle Münster

Marwa Arsanios, Who is afraid of ideology? Part II (Still), 2019, digital video, colour, sound, 38:44 min.

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Merle Radtke offers a guided tour through the exhibition Guided Tour through the Exhibition Nimmersatt? Imagining Society without Growth.

Nimmersatt? extends over three institutions in Münster: Kunsthalle Münster, LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur and Westfälischer Kunstverein. At all three venues, artists will confront the imminent collapse of dominant social systems using different artistic media and approaches. In addition to a series of works on loan, the institutions will present several new productions that are the fruits of dialogue and are being shown here for the very first time.

In the guided tour Merle Radtke will give insights into the works of Lerato Shadi, Elke Marhöfer, Radha D'Souza and Jonas Staal, Andreas Siekmann, Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann and Marwa Arsanios, which are on show in the exhibition.

The guided tour is held in German.

Registration: kunsthalle@stadt-muenster.de

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