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    Transit Club - 09111, chemnitz
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    • Kokoroartist homepage

    This sculpture plays with the cognitive abilities of our brain to deduce form and movement from apparitional hints and light reflection. A grid of small, identical and rectangular mirrors modulates, by using individual rotation, the reflection of the surroundings and creates an illusion of an animated dancer.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
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    • Mandy Knospeartist homepage

    "it breathes" tells the backstory of a series of knitted animal carcasses that have populated lokomov since 2012.

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    Mandy Knospe

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Stadthallenpark - 09111, chemnitz
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    • Lev Kerbelartist homepage

    The monument was designed by the Soviet sculptor Lev Kerbel in 1953 and was actually inspired by Lenin's head with an added beard. It is the second-largest bust in the world (only Lenin's head in Ulan-Ude, Russia is 60 cm bigger). To bring it closer to the citizens the head is smiling and celebrates the city becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2025.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Chemnitz Mitte - 09119, chemnitz
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    • Litto / Daniela Weissartist homepage

    'Leerraum' (vacant space) is a series of performances, documented using spatial video. The artist conquers empty spaces and scans the room with a head mounted display, a mirroring mask on the artist's face.

    The mirror's reflections builds a new perception of time and space, the performer becomes the observer, the space turns into an actor.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    iBug 2018 - 09120, chemnitz
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    • Litto / Daniela Weissartist homepage

    'Leerraum' (vacant space) is a series of performances, documented using spatial video. The artist conquers empty spaces and scans the room with a head mounted display, a mirroring mask on the artist's face.

    The mirror's reflections builds a new perception of time and space, the performer becomes the observer, the space turns into an actor.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Transit Club - 09111, chemnitz
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    • Litto / Daniela Weissartist homepage

    'Leerraum' (vacant space) is a series of performances, documented using spatial video. The artist conquers empty spaces and scans the room with a head mounted display, a mirroring mask on the artist's face.

    The mirror's reflections builds a new perception of time and space, the performer becomes the observer, the space turns into an actor.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Betrieb.Kollektiv - 09130, chemnitz
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    • Tim Rakuttartist homepage

    An all-encompassing standstill also means no time.

    Sound design by Bela Bender

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
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    • Lysann Némethartist homepage

    The two halves of the house, which taper to a niche, collect things carried by the wind. The journey of the flying umbrella which began in 1847* ends for the time being between the two halves of the house.

    * The story of the flying Robert by Heinrich Hoffmann tells of a boy daring to go on a walk in a storm, getting carried away by a gust of wind. Nobody knows where the umbrella and the boy landed.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    smac - 09111, chemnitz
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    • Integralartist homepage

    "What the SMAC - free the animals!" denounces the hoarding of stuffed animals in the saxony museum of archeology, and demands their release back into the wild, or at least the zoo.

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    Pascal Anselmi

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    2021-06-28T22:00:00.000Z - 2021-07-05T22:00:00.000Z

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