INHABIT, the artist-in-residence program of the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, is launching its second season.
Due to the increasing number of coronavirus infections, the exhibition INHABITING basis will not be publicly accessible for the time being.
Sound artist Pedro Oliveira investigates speech recognition and migration
The second residency of the artist-in-residence program INHABIT just started. Media artist Lea Letzel will be exploring links between live music concerts and pyrotechnics.
Neues Artist-in-Residence Programm startet. Bewerbung bis 3.11.2019 möglich.
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