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÷ ZKM Visiting Information :: Opening Hours

» Media Museum, Museum shop, Museum for Contemporary Art

   12/24/2005, 12/31/2005 closed
   12/25/-12/26/2005: 11am - 6pm
   Wed - Fri 10am - 6pm
   Sat - Sun 11am - 6pm
   Mon - Tue closed

   »Light Art from Artificial Light« and Museum shop:
   thursdays open until 10 pm [from 01/01/2006]

» Library, Media Library, Medialounge

   12/24/2005-01/02/2006 closed
   Tue - Sun 11am - 7pm
   Mon closed

» Restaurant & Catering ZetKaeM
   see www.zetkaem.de

   => ZKM Visiting Information: general information

÷ ZKM Visiting Information :: Guided Tours

   12/25/2005, 12/26/2005, 01/01/2006:
   11.30 am Lightart from Artficial Light
   1 pm Lightart from Artficial Light
   2 pm Zuse
   3 pm Media Museum
   4 pm Lightart from Artficial Light

   => ZKM Guided Tours: general information

÷ Current Exhibitions

÷ Exhibition: »Light Art from Artificial Light« :: Very few media have revolutionized and democratized our living space in the last hun-dred years as much as electrical light has. The most diverse areas of everyday life, of working life, consumption, media, etc., have transformed through artificial light - and so has art. Since the beginning of the last century, artificial light has increasingly illuminated ever more streets, shop windows, billboard signs and houses in an unprecedented abundance and form. The ZKM|Museum for Contemporary Art's spectacular exhibition offers the first presentation of the classical highlights of light art, and here, the most recent contemporary art reveals surprising references to earlier works. Artists [selected] László Moholy-Nagy, Thomas Wilfred, Zdenek Pesánek, ZERO, Gruppo T, Gruppo N, Dan Flavin, Bruce Nauman, Keith Sonnier, James Turrell, Mario Merz, François Morellet, Jenny Holzer, Cerith Wyn Evans, Jason Rhoades, Zaha Hadid, Tobias Rehberger, Steven Pippin, Olafur Eliasson [more]
[»Light Art from Artificial Light« | Exhibition: 11/19/2005-05/01/2006, ZKM|Museum for Contemporary Art]

÷ Masterpieces of Media Art from the ZKM_Collection :: The exhibition presents a panorama of media art from its early days in the 1950s up to current net art, which no other museum in the world has to offer [more]

÷ The Algorithmic Revoluion and World of Games: reloaded :: Over the past 50 years, algorithmic decision-making processes have come very much to the fore as a result of the universal use of computers in all fields of cultural literacy - from architecture to music, from literature to the fine arts, and from transport to management. The exhibition draws on the ZKM_Collection and selected loans in presenting an historical outline of this radical change in the fine arts, music, design, and architecture [more]

÷ Art & Language & Luhmann III - What work does the artwork do? :: From their beginnings in 1966, Art & Language have called the traditional concept of art into question and as a result of their modus operandi have largely been assigned to the category of concept art. Proceeding from Marxist and linguistic analyses, they have from the very outset radically opposed any variation of l'art pour l'art and individualist conceptions, their intention being to replace art objects by linguistic concepts [more]
[Exhibition 11/05/2005-01/08/2006 | Media Museum, Atrium 8, Ground floor]

÷ Video/economy Distributions in Global Format :: In some cases video tapes are treated like oil paintings, although just like music their purpose is none other than distribution. How can the financial needs for artists be reconciled with distribution in the art market? Does the market dictate faith in the original or is there a lack of media distribution channels, such as an online offer, to make the video marketable as a reproducible expression of art outside the collector community? There are only a few distribution outlets worldwide that have taken up the task of hiring out or selling art videos and making a success of the job [more]
[Exhibition 12/1/2005 - 02/12/2006 | ZKM-Media Lounge, Admission free]

÷ Stephan von Huene - Border Crosser, Border Mover :: The exhibition »Stephan von Huene Border Crosser, Border Mover« provides a deeper insight into von Huene's activities as a »pictorial scientist« [more]
[Exhibition 12/09/2005 - 05/14/2006 | ZKM-Media Museum]

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