Embassy of MongoliaR9 The Mongolian Embassy exhibits a cross-section of contemporary Mongolian art on the occasion of Mongolia’s pavilion “Modern Transfomration – New Identities” at this year’s NordArt exhibition. The show features painting, photography, video art and installations. The creative narratives reflect on the past, present and future of Mongolia, juxtaposing pessimistic, optimistic and utopian perspectives. Musical and culinary specialities accompany the exhibition opening.
Deutsche Bank KunstHalleR1 R7 Art history students offer short guided tours through the current exhibition "Photo Poetics: An Anthology".
19:00-19:30, 20:00-20:30, 21:00-21:30, 22:00-22:30, 23:00-23:30, 00:00-00:30
Deutsche Bank KunstHalleR1 R7 For the Long Nights of Museums the Collection Deutsche Bank on Unter den Linden opens its doors: in short guided tours visitors can see artworks by Max Liebermann, Gerhard Richter and Neo Rauch, among others.
MocTA - Museum of contemporary TrashArtR1 R2 Dedicated to Louise Bourgeois, the Grande Dame of TrashArt
Embassy of MongoliaR9 Wolfang Gramm, head curator of the International Art Exhibition NordArt and Bodibataar Jigjidsuren, curator of NordArt's Mongolian pavilion, discuss the contemporary art scene in Mongolia and the challenges of realizing international exhibition projects.
Game Science Center BerlinR4 R7 Arthur C. Clarke had suggested that any sufficiently advanced technology would be indistinguishable from magic — referring to a possible encounter with an alien civilisation — but if a science journalist had one responsibility above all else, it was to keep Clarke's Law from applying to human technology in human eyes.” Greg Egan, Distress, 1995We often hear that science and technology are moving so fast that it's impossible to keep track anymore. Reading the headlines of any tech blog, every day seems to bring a new indispensable gadget or scientific breakthrough. But how much of that content is actually relevant? Let's break the spell of techno utopianism and find some peace of mind in the age of accelerating change.Raphaël de Courville is a graphic designer & new media artist from Paris. Aside from his research and design work at ART+COM, he produces his own artwork, teaches workshops and organizes events on topics related to art and technology. He is a self-taught coder with a passion for languages, science and early computer art.