Posts By: Ingo Vetter

Film premiere: KUNST FÜR ALLE

Filmstill©Sebastian Funk, beatrix-schwehm-film 2024 Bremen’s “Art in Public Space” programme was considered groundbreaking in Germany. Since 1973, over 1,300 permanent and temporary works of art have been created in the city, mostly visible, sometimes hidden, always surprising and opening up a new perspective on their location. How do they influence the development of the city?… Read more »

Being artist and scientist – what does that mean for artistic work?

Damien Kereku wearing a Midi, Matupit, Papua New Guinea 2015 © Lisa Hilli An event within the exhibition “Points of View – Artistic and Scientific Perspectives on German Colonial History in the Western Pacific”: A talk with Lisa Hilli (Melbourne) and Elianna Renner (Bremen), in English, with German introduction and moderated by Prof. Ingo Vetter,… Read more »

MAP 2023 – The Alternative Mobility

A collaboration between Hochschule für Künste Bremen and Heritage Space Hanoi, Vietnam, and part of the BMBF Collaborative Research Project Bremen Goes Sustainable – BreGoS Opening Friday 24.11.2023 at 18:00 Exhibition 25.11. until 10.12.2023 Opening Hours Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 to 18:00 Program Saturday 25.11.2023 11:00 Late breakfast with the participating artists and discussion about the topic… Read more »

Open Studio at Hanoi Creative Design Festival 2023

The public will have the opportunity to explore the challenging and surprising creative process of this year MAP 2023’s artists through Open Studio. The workspace will offer a glimpse into the artist’s mind, fostering intimate conversations where the barrier of space and time is dissolved between the audience and creators. Open Studio is also one… Read more »

MAP 2023: The Alternative Mobility

Heritage Space is proud to introduce the launch of Month of Arts Practice 2023 – the 9th season of MAP – continues with The Alternative Mobility theme. In 2023, MAP will collaborate with artist-professor Ingo Vetter at the University of the Arts Bremen, Germany. Month of Arts Practice 2023 features the participation of two groups… Read more »

Speculations about sculptures and trees

A solo exhibition at Kunstverein Springhornhof How is public space constituted and what means can be used to act here? In the exhibition, Ingo Vetter shows two groups of works that approach this question with very different methods. The exhibition is accompanied by posters designed by Tania Prill and a publication with a conversation between… Read more »

Fountains Failures Futures: The afterlives of public art

A public conference by HDK-Valand Academy of Art and Design at University of Gothenburg on September 28–29, 2023 Research and discussion about public art frequently focuses on conditions of emergence and production for public works. This symposium starts at the other end—thinking about the afterlives of public art with respect to processes of decline, decay,… Read more »

Public Workshop in Düsseldorf

Welcome to a public workshop about forward-looking solutions for the integration of noise protection at the new RRX high speed train corridor through Düsseldorf. The three winning concepts will be presented by Ursula Damm, Ute Reeh and Ingo Vetter. In an open meeting, ideas, wishes, suggestions and cooperations will be discussed. Plattform Wiesencafé is laboratory… Read more »

Confronting the rural area

Thomas Kaestle, cultural scientist and project manager of the Jesteburger Bürger*innen-Akademie für Kunst in öffentlichen Räumen produced an online-excursion to Kunstverein Springhornhof and interviewed director Bettina von Dziembowski and me. A talk about public art and landscape art in particular, duration and the challenges of rural areas. Online at the homepage of Jesteburger Bürger*innen-Akademie für Kunst… Read more »