Dr. Ralf Beil
What does the black box have to do with the womb? How does a 3000 square kilometre time machine work? Why is it so hard to perceive a total artwork (Gesamtkunstwerk)? What is the binary universe's curse? How is it that music and art are no longer in opposition? What, in the devil's name, does object recognition mean? Why would Georg Büchner never have become a blogger? And in general, what do we need exhibitions for? These questions and others will lead Dr. Ralf Beil in his discussion with the participants and the hosts of the evening, Ellen Blumenstein and Felix Vogel. Dr. Beil is the director of Institute Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt, and has curated cultural history and interdisciplinary exhibitions such as The Total Artwork in Expressionism, A House Full of Music, and currently: Georg Büchner. A Revolutionary With Quill and Scalpel.
An evening by Salon Populaire, hosted by Ellen Blumenstein and Felix Vogel.