Observing beast, time, evolution: Art and Natural Science

Observing beast, time, evolution: Art and Natural Science
Library Shelf Location 06.SCIE
Publication Date 2008

The artists of the show have worked for many years in the context of the natural sciences, research, and ecology. For the Hildesheim exhibition they have taken up topics from the museum’s geological collection and employed scientific methodology for their own fictional documentations.

They slip into the role of amateur scientists setting up beehives, baiting birds of paradise, or collecting gene data. They undertake expeditions to the edges of the earth with the verve of an explorer or archive weeds, insects, and trees in the urban space.

As the exhibition title suggests, they observe animals, reflect on the passage of time, and devote themselves to subtle changes in our environment.

Mark Dion, Frank Hesse, Katie Holten, Sanna Kannisto, Ursula Hansbauer & Wolfgang Konrad, Künstlerkollektiv finger, Jochen Lempert, Ariane Michel, Helen Mirra, Jürgen Stollhans & Federico Geller, Susan Turcot, Lois & Franziska Weinberger

ISBN 9783866782068
Quantity 1
Pages 128
Format Paperback
Publisher Kerber Verlag
Related Artists Lois and Franziska Weinberger, Susan Turcot, Jürgen Stollhans & Federico Geller, Helen Mirra, Ariane Michel, Jochen Lempert, Künstlerkollektiv finger, Ursula Hansbauer & Wolfgang Konrad, Sanna Kannisto, Katie Holten, Frank Hesse, Mark Dion
Categories Art by Subject, Group Exhibition/Multiple Artists
Keywords Science, Natural History, Animals, Evolution, Time

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