re-explore / re-write I

16 - 25 July 2021

It is in public collections, archives, and museums that political perspectives are (re)constructed and shaped to provide structures and content for the transmission of history and culture.

In the process, a Eurocentric canon of knowledge emerged over generations that needs to be questioned critically and artistically.

The starting point of the artistic-scientific research are the (virtual) rooms and collection volumes of the Linden Museum. In the entrance area as well as in the rooms of the LindenLAB and the permanent exhibition, initial questions of critical investigation and reflection on collection practices and systems of order in the museum will be presented.

Works by Marie Sina Celestina David, Veronika Schneider, Julia Schmutz and Leonie Weber will be on display.

An exhibition of final works has been planned for 2022.

re-explore / re-write is directed by Prof. Antonia Low and the artist Luise Schröder and takes place in close collaboration with the Linden-Museum Stuttgart and the LindenLAB under Henrike Hoffmann.

A cooperation of: State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart, LindenLAB
With the kind support of: Kulturstiftung des Bundes

Ever since humans discovered and settled the island worlds in the Pacific thousands of years ago, there have been many connections between the widely scattered land areas in the largest sea on earth.

In cooperation with:
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, China Center Tübingen, HFT Stuttgart

With kind support:

Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Karl Schlecht Stiftung, Tübinger Vereinigung für Volkskunde e.V., Universitätsbund Tübingen e. V., Stiftung Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, Netzwerk transformierender Lehre in Baden-Württemberg, Verein Freunde Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart