INNER-CITY ARTS FEATURED
IN "KULTUR:STADT" EXHIBITION
AT BERLIN'S AKADEMIE DER KÜNSTE
Inner-City Arts is featured in the “Kultur:Stadt” exhibition that opened March 15 at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition, curated by Matthias Sauerbruch, includes 37 international architectural projects in cities worldwide. It critically examines the relationship between architecture and the social reality of the 21st century and the impact of art and culture on both cities and architecture. The “Culture:City” theme examines how, by redefining the urban landscape, select projects are extensions of their urban environs. Architectural models form the core of the exhibition display; photographs, drawings, project descriptions, and short films can be accessed on tablet computers that are provided to visitors. Fifteen select projects, including Inner-City Arts, also feature short films produced by students of the German Film and Television Academy. The exhibition will be on display at the Akademie der Künste through May 26th, and from June 27 through October 13th at the Kunsthaus Graz in Graz, Austria. A companion catalogue will be published by Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich.