After Work: Discussing Art | Wolfgang Tillmans, Buchholz & Buchholz Installation 1993
- Time of day8:00 PM until 9:00 PM
- Duration60 minutes
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Artworks attract us in many different ways. They agitate us or give us pause for thought, and sometimes they make us laugh. Some artworks have such a strong effect that we can remember our encounter with them many years later. Each month, a different curator chooses a work from our online collection and, in a digital dialog, shares with us not only art historical facts and background knowledge, but also their personal experiences and thoughts.
Use the opportunity to ask questions and to chat with us about art – perhaps while enjoying a cup of tea or an after-work drink.
“Seeing in itself means thinking about the world,” says Wolfgang Tillmans. The pictorial motifs of his installation “Buchholz & Buchholz Installation 1993” present us with an excerpt from the techno and rave scene of the late 1980s in Berlin, which left a lasting impression on Tillmans. His works convey a fearless and open view of the world. Can we approach without prejudice and grasp from the pictures a sense of the atmosphere that prevailed among many young people in the years after the fall of the Berlin Wall? Let’s make visual discoveries together, exchange tales of our experiences, and think about the artwork.
with Urte Ehlers