Gerrit Gohlke and Relax: Daniel Hauser

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31 October - 14 December 2008

Wednesday 19 November at 6 PM

The Berlin-based curator Gerrit Gohlke is also editor in chief of the magazine "" He analyzes the conditions of production around the making of art in our media society and their connections with the new media, technology and the world of science.
The artist Daniel Hauser, who uses all available media, seeks to describe public space as an economic space through his work in the Swiss artists collective RELAX, which was founded in 1997.

These two guests will develop their forum as a debate around GO-MIO, der Geheime Grund der Weltkultur, an installation that seeks to link cultural representatives and the widely scattered members of a family called Zollverein. The objective in this instance is to develop a reflection on regional economic changes by taking as a central element a roll invented in an inn in Essen. The artists have gathered, compiled and placed the relevant
material in a bread oven at the Go-Mio research center. In English and French.
Geneva University of Art and Design — Geneva.

Relax, GO-MIO, der Geheime Grund der Weltkultur project under construction, 2008