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Artists & Projects

Einführung in die bon san technik (2008), San Keller, CH, Campus Fallenbrunnen
Einführung in die bon san technik (2008), San Keller, CH, Campus Fallenbrunnen

Artists

Since its foundation in 2004, the artsprogram has invited artists whose work engages with relevant questions of today's society. At Zeppelin University, these artists have developed projects in which the focus is on specific social issues or provided interventions into the life and work at the university. In addition they are invited to present their work, reflect upon their methodologies within lectures and seminars, teach, perform and imagine new and unexpected forms of action.

Einführung in die bon san technik (2008), San Keller, CH, Campus Fallenbrunnen

Selection of projects and interventions

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Projects

Archaeology of the Present - Memory, Media, Matter – A project by the London collective Forensic Architecture (2018) | Who Pays? – Exhibition of the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein in cooperation with the artsprogram (2017) | Mo­bi­le Ar­chi­ve - Ar­chiv für So­zia­le Plas­tik – Artistic archive project by Chris­tof Salz­mann with the collection from Rai­ner Rapp­mann (2015-17) | New Eelam – A long-term art project in the form of a technology real estate start-up by Christopher Kulendran Thomas and Annika Kuhlmann | Learning Community – A socially integrative art project with raumlaborberlin, Margit Czenki and Gintersdorfer/Klaßen (2016) | Imaginary Archive – Zeppelin University Edition by Gregory Sholette with Marcel Kalberer (2015) | Container University – A work of art by Margit Czenki and Christoph Schäfer (2013-15)