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An artwalk in the east of Leipzig

The corona pandemic has changed everyone's life considerably. Due to the lockdown and physical distancing, artistic work as well as art appreciation were and are often only possible to a limited extent. Situation-related, several new forms of production, presentation and reception of art have been tested. At the same time, this lockdown also brings time and space to reflect on current challenges, circumstances and ways of life. And as the temporary paralysis of entire industries, previously unthinkable, has made clear: there is another way!

Within the framework of an open call, artists with a focus on photography were invited to submit their personal perspectives on the topic "Was danach kommt… / What comes after...". A selection of the received works can be seen in the exhibition of the same name in shop windows along a route in the east of Leipzig.
With the format of an art walk that is taking account of the containment measures of the pandemic, a total of ten stops along the exhibition route show a variety of artistic positions. The photographic works offer insights into various aspects of transformation processes and encourage the discussion of different future scenarios and utopias.

The route and information can also be found on the digital city
map Afeefa:

A project of interaction Leipzig e.V. within the scope of the annual topic "Art in Translation".
Funded by the Cultural Office of the city of Leipzig – thank you very much!


Daniel Adlmüller, Celine Diaz, Malwine Farwig, Alicia Franzke, Agata Guevara, Raisan Hameed, Livia Hanson, Hauspoststille (Elena Fiebig, Lea Franke, Luise Jakobi, Lioba Kappel, Aliona Kardash, Franziska Kaufhold, Linda Nasdalack, Ana Maria Sales Prado, Rosa Lisa Rosenberg), Matthias Hoch, Magdalena Kallenberger, Kihwa Lee, Vijay Patel, Jana Ritchie

(From the Facebook event of Kunstspaziergang / artwalk: Was danach kommt / What comes after…)






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