The unusual exhibition called ‘Matter through Time. Sand, Wood, Stone and Metal in the Age of Digitization’ will mark the opening of this year’s Kaleidoscope of Culture. You can see installations by six young artists from the Landhausgalerie Ausstellungsbrucke in St. Pölten from 3 to 4 September in the Creative District at Facility 13 (Biro) in the Creative District.
These artists, experimenting with the materials that define this location – sand, wood, stone, metal, will go through the gates of fiction, and reconstruct the idea from existing materials in relation to moving images, signs, texts and sounds in the form of digital traces.
Within the exhibition ‘Matter through time. Sand, wood, stone and metal in the Age of Digitization’ VR installation ‘Unreal Things Fly through Space’ (Janine Scheer-Erb and Catherine Spet), interactive installations ‘Layers of Sandscapes’ and ‘Kinect Installation’ (Christian Munk), durational performance ‘Intermoving Spaces’ (Andrea Nagl), the real-time installation ‘Soft Shells’ (Thomas Wagensommerer) and the project ‘Reconstructions’ (Markus Wintersberger) will be presented.
The fourth Kaleidoscope of Culture will be held from 2 September until 8 October 2021. During five weeks, this yearlong project of culture of togetherness that connects artists, cultural institutions, non-governmental organisations, citizens and visitors through various processes, will present five types of art. At the end of summer, the Kaleidoscope of Culture will present spaces and programmes throughout the city, promoting a unique image of the diversity of Novi Sad.