A collaboration between Hochschule für Künste Bremen and Heritage Space Hanoi, Vietnam, and part of the BMBF Collaborative Research Project Bremen Goes Sustainable – BreGoS
Friday 24.11.2023 at 18:00
25.11. until 10.12.2023
Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 to 18:00
11:00 Late breakfast with the participating artists and discussion about the topic of mobility in the exhibition contributions and the connection to the BreGoS research project.
14:00 heRRum Mixing Event by Kayle Brandon with Alexander Schröter
12:00 to 18:00 heRRum Distillation by Kayle Brandon with Dieter Schmal
14:00 Artist Talk with Quỳnh Lâm
16:00 Artist Talk with Alexander Schröter
12:00 to 17:00 heRRum Distillation by Kayle Brandon with Dieter Schmal
17:00 Collecting the Heart of heRRum and finissage
HfK-exhibition ship Dauerwelle, Bremen (jetty Bürgermeister-Smidt-Brücke, access on the bridge by the sculpture Three Triangles)
Mobility changes the world in all aspects. What does mobility mean in the face of unstable environmental, political and social conditions? Month of Art Practice (MAP) invited artists with a diversity of perspectives to explore the topic from a personal to a global level, creating different narratives and nuanced images.
MAP 2023 – The Alternative Mobility is a collaboration between Hochschule für Künste Bremen (HfK) and Heritage Space in Hanoi, Vietnam, and part of the BMBF Collaborative Research Project Bremen Goes Sustainable – BreGoS. At both locations, a group of international artists and curators worked together with local artists and students. The results will be shown in parallel in Bremen and Hanoi.
The four invited artists Sylbee Kim (Berlin/Seoul), Felix Dreesen (Bremen), Kayle Brandon (Bristol) and Quỳnh Lâm (Ho Chi Minh City) are participating in the Bremen exhibition, together with the five HfK students Alexander Schröter, Jamie Yzabel Santos, Jisu Kim, Mohar Kalra and Renen. Further contributions of the Hanoi group come from invited artists Gemini Kim (Seoul) and Hwayong Kim (Seoul), Yuhei Higashikata (Hokkaido), Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah (Zurich), the curators Moon-Seok Yi (Seoul), Burkhard Melzer (Bern), Jieon Lee (Seoul) and the Vietnamese artists Ngô Đình Bảo Châu (Ho Chi Minh City), Hoàng Anh Nguyễn (Danang), Sarah Morag (Ho Chi Minh City), Nguyễn Vũ Hải (Hanoi).
The project is led by Nguyễn Anh Tuấn (Heritage Space Hanoi) and Ingo Vetter (HfK Bremen).