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Amuse-bouche. The Taste of Art» is the third art experiment at Museum Tinguely, entering the world of the human senses. These play an essential role in the experience of art. Our perception is always multisensory and strongly influenced by indivual emotions and memories. Especially regarding the sense of taste, it often cannot be separated from the sense of smell or the sense of sight. Amuse-bouche focuses on the sense of taste and poses

Is there a reason why these words use the same letters? Coincidence? A proverb says,´To be a good listener you have to be silent first.' Guided by this inspiring theme, we explore the many aspects and relationships of silence and listening. We experience the communication of nature in its many facets, discover places dedicated to silence and exchange and experience the poetry of silence as well

An exhibition by the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism on the future of the past November 28, 2019 – August 30, 2020 “The purpose of art is to lay bare the questions that have been hidden by the answers.” (James Baldwin) The exhibition titled Tell me about yesterday tomorrow opens up a dialogue between contemporary art and the remembrance work performed by the Munich Documentation Centre for the

The Exhibition infuses the publicly accessible terrain of ASIAT with in-situ commissioned works. With a strong focus on cross-disciplinary practices, hovering between artworks, collaborative projects, stage design, scenography and architecture. The Exhibition runs from 14.07 until 15.09, and is reconfigured for its final destination, the Festival. Our generation is getting ready, preparing itself, getting armed for the coming fall. Of the ecosystem, of capitalism,

The exhibition Multiple Transmissions: Art in the Afropolitan Age, takes as its starting point the group of African artists who completed residences at WIELS between 2015 and 2019. Today an integral component of the art world landscape, residencies put artists in motion around the globe, while simultaneously immersing them in one place for a definite period of time. Artists, and African artists in