Guided tour through the exhibition «It is not the End of the World»
Are we moving towards the end of the world?
Under this motto, the group exhibition "It is not the End of the World" brings together artistic positions that critically explore the current situation and create alternative visions of the future. The title of the exhibition is borrowed from a work by the Danish artist collective Superflex. Her work speculates on how the world could evolve after an apocalyptic future. While Pauline Julier and Emilija Škarnulytė address the gigantic technical achievements of humanity and the associated ecological and social consequences, Riikka Tauriainen and Marie Velardi focus on possible counter-scenarios and healing approaches. Despite the current rather gloomy prognosis, optimism prevails in the exhibition that new approaches and visions to the exploitative history of technology will be found and that a more harmonious interaction in the structure of man, nature and technology can arise.
Admission guided tour
CHF 20 incl. admission to the exhibition CHF 15 incl. admission, students, pupils and AHV/IV recipients CHF 5 incl. admission for supporting members, Raiffeisen Cooperative, Museum Pass Switzerland, children up to 16 years
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Photo: Exhibition view, Fundaziun Nairs, Mayk Wendt
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