From August 2021 to April 2022, the Cake&Cash Curatorial Collective's newly founded start-up Grind&Shine Inc. presents a five-part exhibition series on the theme of self-fulfillment in the Kunstverein's showcases.
With Francis Kussatz, the newly founded start-up Grind&Shine Inc. of the Cake&Cash Curatorial Collective presents the first exhibition of the five-part exhibition series on the theme of self-fulfillment in the Kunstverein's showcases.
The current edition of Harburger Blatt, a bi-weekly publication between newspaper and magazine is titled "Harburg is colorful". It focuses a.o. on stories and myths from Harburg and can be read as wall newspaper in the station on platform 3&4.
Experience has shown that POINT CLOUDS lead to confusion and disorientation:
Different approaches to (public) space and different reasons for mapping it are the starting point of Alexandra Grieß ’and Patrick Will's project for and in the KVHBF showcases.
Dagmar Rauwald's exhibition "Dear All" was produced at the beginning of the Corona pandemic. In her paintings, sketches, and notes Rauwald raises questions such as: What is the relationship between national borders and health? To what extent are contact and contagion risks related to social inequality? What does self-care mean?
Ida says pigeons are communists. Or she wants them to be communists cause she likes pigeons a lot. And she likes communism. They are really smart. This is the opener exhibition of our new venue: four display cases between paltforms 3 & 4.