Apr 26, 2024

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? What opportunities, what potential for conflict and what ideas does public art harbour for everyone?
In the five film miniatures by Bremen filmmaker Beatrix Schwehm, the protagonists open up their different artistic perspectives. All of the participants have realised, initiated or curated a variety of artworks and actions in public spaces. The films invite discussion about the philosophy, methods and impact of art in public spaces and aim to serve as a source of inspiration for the future.

The artists:
Jimmi D.Paesler, artist – analogue mural and picture painter
Annette Hans, artistic director GAK
Ingo Vetter, artist & professor of sculpture HfK Bremen
Kyungwoo Chun, conceptual artist & photographer
Michaela Melián, artist, musician, Roland Prize winner

Friday 26. April 2024 at 20:00 at
Kommunalkino CITY 46, Birkenstr. 1, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Apr 16, 2024

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, Hochschule für Künste, Bremen.

Tuesday, 16 April 2024 at 6 pm
Hafenmuseum, Am Speicher XI 1, 28217 Bremen, Germany

Nov 24, 2023

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

Friday 24.11.2023 at 18:00

25.11. until 10.12.2023

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 to 18:00

Saturday 25.11.2023
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

Saturday 09.12.2023
12:00 to 18:00 heRRum Distillation by Kayle Brandon
14:00 Artist Talk with Quỳnh Lâm
16:00 Artist Talk with Alexander Schröter

Sunday 10.12.2023
12:00 to 17:00 heRRum Distillation by Kayle Brandon
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).

Nov 17, 2023

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 of the new additions to Month of Art Practice 2023. Concurrently with this activity, another temporary exhibition of Alternative Mobility #2 featuring guest artists Vũ Kim Thư, Hoàng Nguyễn, Lê Nguyễn Duy Phương, and Ingo Vetter will be showcased in the Heritage train’s carriages as a part of the Hanoi Creative Design Festival 2023.

This Open Studio will showcase a portion of the work of artists from Korea, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, and Vietnam including Gemini Kim, Hwayong Kim, Sylbee Kim, Felix Dreesen, Yuhei Higashikata, Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah, Ngo Dinh Bao Chau, Sarah Morag Thuy Tien, Nguyen Hoang Anh, and Nguyen Vu Hai. Their works will be fully presented in MAP 2023’s “Alternative Mobility” exhibition, officially opened on November 26, 2023.

Location: High Voltage House 33B, Gia Lam Train Factory, Ngoc Lam, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam

Date & Time: Opening: 18:00 – 20:00, Friday, November 17, 2023. Opening hours: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, November 17 to November 25, 2023 (Closed on Mondays).

Oct 10, 2023

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 of artists and cultural practitioners in two cities. The team working in Hanoi includes: Gemini Kim and Hwayong Kim (Korea), Yuhei Higashikata (Japan), Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah (Germany/Switzerland), and Vietnamese artists Ngo Dinh Bao Chau, Sarah Morag Thuy Tien, Nguyen Hoang Anh and Nguyen Vu Hai. The group working in Bremen led by professor-artist Ingo Vetter includes Sylbee Kim (Korea), Felix Dreesen (Germany), Kayle Brandon (UK), Quynh Lam (Vietnam) and student group Alexander Schroeter (Germany), Jisu Kim (Korea), Mohar Kalra (USA), Renen Itzhaki (Israel) and Jamie Yzabel Santos (Philippines) from Bremen University of the Arts. As usual, MAP 2023 will have the participation of guest artists and curators including Moon-seok Yi and Jieon Lee (Korea), Burkhard Meltzer (Switzerland), Nhung Nguyen and Le Nguyen Duy Phuong (Vietnam).

Month of Art Practice 2023 is initiated and operated by Heritage Space in collaboration with Bremen University of the Arts with the generous support of the Goethe-Institut Hanoi, the Korea Foundation-한국국제교류재단, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia New Delhi – Swiss Arts Council, and in media companionship of ASEF 360 Culture (Asia Europe Foundation), Hanoi Grapevine, Artplas, Art Republik Vietnam and Co Dong.

Please visit here for more info about MAP 2023: https://bit.ly/MAP2023-general-info

Oct 7, 2023

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 Ingo Vetter and Lisa Le Feuvre (Director Holt/Smithson Foundation, Santa Fe).

Opening, Saturday, 07 October 2023 at 5 pm with a welcome by chairman Prof. Dr. Martin Warnke and a talk by Ingo Vetter and Lisa Le Feuvre.
Exhibition tour with Ingo Vetter on Sunday, 05 November at 11 am.

Kunstverein Springhornhof e.V., Tiefe Straße 4, 29643 Neuenkirchen (bei Soltau), Germany

Sep 28, 2023

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, acts of reparation and reimagination, transformation and change. We are interested in questions of sustainability, custodianship, and whether “failed” public artworks can be revitalised and thought anew. What are the implications for their authorship and ownership, and what challenges does this present for commissioners, artists, architects, and urban planners? How can producers, owners and custodians of public artworks, and the communities living with these works, anticipate and accommodate complex afterlives of public art?

We also want to consider the changing terms through which futures are imagined—from progress narratives of the modern to crisis narratives of climate change—and what the implications are for commissioning public artworks and their evolution in the design of public space.

I will reply to keynote speaker Dan Karlholm on Thursday, September 28 at 4:30pm. The entire program and more information can be found on the Homepage.

Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art, Finngatan 2, 223 62 Lund, Sweden

Sep 3, 2023

Multi-perspective remembering – current monument concepts in Bremen

A discussion event as part of the Changing City Festival on 50 years of art in public space in Bremen. Monuments have clearly defined themes and societal tasks and thus differ from art in public space. At the same time, current artistic strategies are used for implementation. What are the consequences of this?

Three current monument projects from Bremen will be presented: Elianna Renner presents the Köfte Kosher memorial pavilion, Ingo Vetter talks about the planned memorial for the abused and murdered children in care and Evin Oettingshausen presents the current status of the “Aryanisation”-memorial.

Sunday 03.09.2023 from 15:00 to 16:30 at Köfte Kosher memorial pavilion
Marwa-El-Sherbini-Platz (Bermuda Triangle), Fehrfeld, 28203 Bremen, Germany

Aug 18, 2023

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 for urban development, run by artist Ute Reeh /Zentrum für Peripherie.

Opening Friday, 18 August 2023 at 7pm. Talks, presentations and food on Saturday, 19 August 2023 between 2pm and 8pm and Sunday, 20 August 2023 between 12am and 6pm.

Address: Plattform Wiesencafé, Wittenberger Weg 1, 40593 Düsseldorf-Garath, Germany

Apr 22, 2023

À TABLE at Schloss Agathenburg

As a small intervention, some of my ceramics from the series “Neue Form” will be part of this exhibition at Schloss Agathenburg with artists Nir N. Alon, Anna Bart, Frenzy Höhne, Anneke Kleimann and more interventions by Birte Bosse and Francisco Valença Vaz.

Opening on Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 6pm
Exhibition April 23 until May 29, 2023

Schloss Agathenburg, Hauptstrasse, 21684 Agathenburg, Germany

Mar 31, 2023

Award ceremony in Düsseldorf

Together with my team of Karen Eisenloffel, Michelle Howard, Marcel Troeger and Anna Lundqvist, we won the international and interdisciplinary design competition to obtain forward-looking solutions for the integration of noise protection at the new RRX high speed train corridor through Düsseldorf.

On Friday, March 31, 2023 at 2pm the award ceremony will take place at Rathaus Düsseldorf, followed by a presentation of all contributions to this competition. The exhibition of all proposals will continue until May 30, 2023.

Rathaus Düsseldorf, Marktplatz 2, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Mar 13, 2023

Sharing Ecologies

Photo credit: Lukas Klose, HfK Bremen

Kick-off meeting for BreGoS (Bremen Goes Sustainable) at Haus der Wissenschaften Bremen. A BMBF/DLR-funded joint research project of the Bremen universities for the coming three years.

I will coordinate the activities for the Hochschule für Künste Bremen and realize one subproject on artistic perspectives on mobility in cooperation with MAP /Heritage Space Hanoi. More information and an interview is available on the HfK-Homepage (in German).

On the picture together with the university rectors Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther, Prof. Dr. Karin Luckey, Prof. Roland Lambrette, Bremen’s senator for science Dr. Claudia Schilling and state councillor for environment and transport Enno Nottelmann.

Oct 7, 2022

Conference: Nancy Holt / Inside Outside

Open lectures exploring the work of Nancy Holt, her artistic legacy, and relevance today.

Meet Milou Allerholm, writer and art historian, Stockholm; Karen Di Franco, curator and writer, London; Teresa Grandas, curator at MACBA, Barcelona; Ingo Vetter, artist and professor, University of the Arts Bremen; Bridget Crone, senior lecturer at the Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London; Ben Tufnell, co-founder and director of Parafin, London; and the curators of the exhibition Nancy Holt / Inside Outside: Lisa Le Feuvre, director of Holt/Smithson Foundation, Santa Fe; and Katarina Pierre, director of Bildmuseet, Umeå University.

Friday 7 October, 2022 at 10:00 – 16:00

Bildmuseet, Umeå Arts Campus, Östra strandgatan 30 B, 903 33 Umeå, Sweden

Sep 21, 2022

Tụ hội <> Meetings

I spent my guestlectureship at Vietnam University of Fine Arts in Hanoi with lectures and hands-on excersizes about public art and taught together with my colleagues from the sculpture department. After six weeks the students present their proposals for new public art at Hoan Kiem district.

Opening on Wednesday, 21 September 2022 at 5 pm
Exhibition Thursday and Friday from 9 am to 7 pm

TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC MỸ THUẬT VIỆT NAM, Vietnam University of Fine Arts, 42 Yết Kiêu, Hoàn kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Aug 15, 2022

Guest Lectureship in Hanoi

From mid August until the end of September 2022 I will hold a DAAD financed guest lectureship at the Vietnam University of Fine Arts in Hanoi. I will work with the final year students and the colleagues from the Sculpture Department. Already having been lecturing here in 2016, I am very happy to return and this time being able to work directly with the students in the studios.

TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC MỸ THUẬT VIỆT NAM, Vietnam University of Fine Arts, 42 Yết Kiêu, Hoàn kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Jul 24, 2022

New Land Art on Island

During July, I will realize a new land artwork on the shore of Hólmavík, in the North-West of Island. Together with a new work by local artist Raimonda Sereikaitė-Kiziria, these will be the first artworks for the Sculpture Walk Hólmavík.

Artist talk – The sculpture and it’s digital future
 on Thursday, 21 July 2022 at 19:00 at Hnyðja, Höfðagötu 3, Hólmavík
Inaugaration of the new artworks on Sunday 24 July 2022 at 15:00

Skúlptúraslóð á Hólmavík, Skrifstofa Strandabyggðar
, Höfðagötu 3
, 510 Hólmavík, Island

Jul 1, 2022

Artificial Ecologies in Kassel

In the supporting program of the documenta fifteen, the Kasseler Kunstverein opens the exhibition “Artifizielle Ökologien”. The artists Yoav Admoni, Chris Bierl, the fermentier.bar, Saša Spačal and Ingo Vetter & Annette Weisser negotiate the relationships between naturalness and artificiality with their aesthetic concepts. In the intertwining of the living and the artificial, an ecology of ideas emerges with new perspectives.

Opening Friday, July 1, 2022 at 7 pm
Exhibition from July 2 until October 9, 2022
Kasseler Kunstverein, Die Freiheit 13, 34117 Kassel, Germany

Mar 14, 2022

Workshop at Silpakorn University

As part of the Erasmus+ partnership between Silpakorn University Bangkok and University of the Arts Bremen, I will give a workshop at the Nakornpathom campus and this time in presence and not online!

Workshop March 14 – 18, 2022 at
Silpakorn University, Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts
6 Rajamankha Tai Road, Maphoe Muang, Nakornpathom 73000, Thailand

Mar 11, 2022

Ruderal Futures

SixtyEight Art Institute welcomes you to the new exhibition, Ruderal Futures, organised by the American artist/curator Alex Young with artists Camilla Berner, Andrea Callard, Lindsey french, Yvette Granata, Next Epoch Seed Library, Shuling Yuan and Ingo Vetter. This ecocritical futures exhibition continues our two-year program of exhibitions, called Memoirs of Saturn that is looking into new relations between art, nature, and prosperity in a warming world.

I will show a new artwork “translating weeds” which was done in collaboration with Shuling Yuan.

Opening Friday, March 11, 2022 at 6 pm
Exhibition from March 11 until April 30, 2022
SixtyEight Art Institute, Gothersgade 167, st.th., Copenhagen, Denmark

Feb 11, 2022

Der Wind stößt auf eine leere Plastikflasche und sie rollt den Hügel hinunter

Francisco Valença Vaz curates #rausproject Vol. 14, a quick & dirty exhibition in Vienna. Here the exhibition information: “„The blast recoils and hits the unloaded plastic bottles / Vague Vase / They fall to bits / So social as it could be / An island of imminent consumption deforming whenever a smartass takes a sip / Pigment water“

Opening: Friday, February 11, 2022
Address: #rausproject, Haberlgasse 74-76 Ecke Freidmanngasse, 1160 Wien, Austria

Nov 27, 2021


MAP 2021 has a new theme “the WHITE DISTANCE” – an artistic response to the distances created by the pandemic and wants to rethink the existing gaps in the physical and psychological human life. The project started from July 2021 to until mid-September by a series of weekly online discussion with a large group of artists who participated in the project from 2016-2020.

Due to too much work at university, I had to withdraw as an active artist and participated only as guest. It was an intense and very interesting process hosted by the Hanoi based Heritage Space. The results are on display at the Hanoi Union Hall and online at the homepage https://the-white-distance.art

Opening Reception: Saturday November 27, 2021, 6:30 – 9:00PM (GMT+7)
Exhibition: From November 28 – December 12, 2021. Opening hours from 10:00AM – 8PM
Venue: UNION Hall, Complex 01, no.29 lane 31 alley 167 Tay Son st., Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam

Aug 14, 2021

The very big Minigolf Experience

Summer entertainment: A miniature golf course at our studio collective Künstlerhaus Güterbahnhof Bremen with 13 sculptural tracks built by artists. My course “Historical sideshows: The light blue sphere fill the grays.“ takes reference to El Lissitzky’s “The red wedge beats the whites”.

The very big Minigolf Experience
playable from 14 August until 19 September 2021 at
Güterbahnhof Bremen – Areal für Kunst und Kultur
Beim Handelsmuseum 9, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Jul 29, 2021

Twin City Challenge Haifa-Bremen

For this cultural exchange 14 artists from Haifa and Bremen were invited to form tandem-pairs and develop new art work during a six-month online collaboration. I had the pleasure to work with Sharon Glazberg. We started with agriculture related stories from our family backgrounds and finally approached the fruit and vegetables market at Domshof, asking about borders between conflicts we are getting used to and routines generating conflicts. The artwork we developed together has the title “Border Control” and refers to the new security routine to x-ray vegetable transports between Gaza and Israel supposed to prevent arms smuggling.

Opening Thursday 29 July 2021 at 19:30
Exhibition and program from 29 July until 01 August 2021
Detailed program at Twin City Challenge homepage

Domshof, Bremen, Germany

Jul 20, 2021

Forced Feral at Influencers Taubenheim

The non-site versions of the land art projects and exhibition from Kunstverein Springhornhof in the Lüneburg Heath moves in to our university’s temporary project space Taubenheim at Open Space Domshof in the city center of Bremen.

Silent Opening on Tuesday 20 July 2021 at 12:00 with Kimchi-rolls performance
Exhibition 20 – 24 July 2021, opening hours Tue-Wed 12:00 – 18:00, Thu-Sat 10:00 – 19:00

Influencers Taubenheim at Open Space Domshof
Domshof, Bremen, Germany

Jun 26, 2021

Forced Feral at Springhornhof

Over the last year of the pandemic we escaped to the country side and the students of my class developed 10 new land-art projects and another 12 contributions for an exhibition at Springhornhof.

Opening at Springhornhof on Saturday 26 June 2021 at 15:00 with performance and garden party.
Exhibition from 27 June to 04 July 2021 from 14:00 to 17:00, closed on Monday.
Finissage on Sunday 04 July at 11:00 with guided bike tour to the landscape artworks, followed by kiln firing and barbecue in the garden.
The outside works will be installed until October 2021.

Kunstverein Springhornhof 
Tiefe Straße 4, 29643 Neuenkirchen (near Soltau), Germany

Apr 8, 2021

Abbruch aller Moderne


A Group Show at gallery K’ with Christian Haake, Arne Schmitt, Saskia Senge and Ingo Vetter.

No Vernissage but visit by appointment –> call +49 421 1614 2692 or email info@k-strich.de
Exhibition from April 08 until July 11, 2021
Galerie K’, Alexanderstraße 9b, 28203 Bremen, Germany

Nov 5, 2020

Family Constellation in Bremen


The video recordings for the Bremen version of Family Constellation are done and now it’s time for editing. Many thanks to Martin Reichmann for the setup and Luisa Eugeni for the filming and to Gewoba for the locations.

Oct 1, 2020

take care,

What does it mean to care for something, someone, or ourselves?

Caring can be a form of affection, a survival strategy, a political tool, a mode of labor, and a means of sustenance. It can be driven by moral imperative or necessity. Whether an accumulation of small gestures, a singular bold act, or even strategic indifference, expressions of care—or the lack thereof—shape the world in which we live, a world that is often fraught with competing tensions and complexities.

Drawing generously from the Smart Museum’s collection, Take Care seeks to unpack matters of care from the personal to the collective. The artworks on view range from portrayals of familial relations and societal obligations, to gestures of hospitality and ritual, from strategies of bearing witness and evoking empathy, to explorations of networks of care and the results of their absences. This conversation between over 50 works of art across media considers and reveals the multi-faceted nature of the ways care is conveyed and experienced. And, in doing so, urges the open-ended question of how we care for ourselves and each other in our broader social worlds.

Mitch Cope’s, Annette Weisser’s and my work “Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop: Letters from Detroit” was acquired by the Smart Museum in 2010 and is exhibited now in the section “Ecologies of Care”.

Exhibition take care, runs from October 1, 2020 until March 21, 2021
Virtual tour and online documentation available at the museum’s homepage
The University of Chicago, 5550 S. Greenwood Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60637, USA

Sep 15, 2020


An exhibition of our partner university in Bangkok and I participate with a new series of silk screen prints “Isolation Times”.

15 September – 12 October 2020
International Art Exhibition by Invited International Artists and Instructors of Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University
Silpakorn University, Wang Tha-Phra, Bangkok, Thailand

Mar 10, 2020

Workshop at Silpakorn University, Bangkok

For the International Art Experience of our partner university in Thailand, I will give a workshop on forms and strategies of Public Art.

Workshop from Tuesday, March 10 until Sunday, March 15, 2020
Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Sanam Chandra Palace Campus 6, Rajamankha Nai Rd., Amphoe Muang, Nakhon Pathom 73000

Canceled due to Covid-19 epidemic.

Jan 3, 2020

Making of Horizontalturm on YouTube

My colleague Magdalena Frey just released a wonderful short video about the making of the Horizontalturm on YouTube.

Horizontalturm Lanzendorf, 2017
Regie, Kamera, Schnitt und Produktion: Magdalena Frey
Assistenz: Heinz Cibulka
Musikstücke: Norbert Math/ alienproductions

Dec 16, 2019

Article in Heritage Fashion magazine

Art historian Vu Huy Thong wrote about “immer ärger mit den großeltern” in the Vietnamese Heritage Fashion magazine. Taking into account the lack of regular art magazines, it is great to see this rather complex work discussed in a fashion magazine.

Nov 21, 2019

Presentations in Bergen

My colleague Sofia Sundberg and I will present the long-term park project Loggbok as an artistic document of Kiruna’s city transformation.

Lecture on Wednesday, November 21, 2019 at 19:00 at Hordaland Kunstsenter, Klosteret 17, Bergen, Norway

Lunch lecture on Thursday, November 22 at 12:00 at Bergen Arkitekthøgskole, Sandviksboder 59-61a, Bergen, Norway

Oct 9, 2019

Lecture and workshop at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts

Prof. Fan Lin invited me to give a public lecture followed by a workshop with the students at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in China. I will talk about durational approaches and present some public art projects, I was involved in.

Lecture on Wednesday, October 09, 2019 at 19:30 and the workshop on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 08:30 to 12:00
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Room 203, J-Building, No. 168 Wai Huan West Road of the University Town, Panyu district, Guangzhou, China

Jun 12, 2019

Beyond Repair

Under the title Beyond Repair, we are organizing a Summer School as part of the framework program of the German Pavillon at the Venice Biennale. Between June 12 and 28, 2019 students from the University of the Arts Bremen are coming together with students from Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design, Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig and Iuav University of Venice for a comprehensive program compiled by Natascha Süder Happelmann and her team. I will supervise the first group June 12-18, 2019.

Location: Esperienza Pepe, Lido, Venice, Italy

May 12, 2019

New publication

The compilation of papers from the 2016 conference TransCultural Exchange at Boston University got finally published. My contribution “Transform/Translate: A Report on Asian Production Sites Used to Manufacture International Art” got peer-reviewed and appears now in proper English.

International Opportunities in the Arts, edited by Mary Sherman, published at Vernon Press 2019

Oct 3, 2018

Visible – Invisible

I’m invited for the Expert’s section at Month of Art practice – MAP 2018 at Heritage Space in Hanoi, Vietnam and will give a lecture on Wednesday, October 03, 2018 at 15:00.

Month of Art Practice (MAP) is an annual art project by Heritage Space, initiated by Artist Tran Trong Vu, with an aim of establishing a platform for creating art, experimenting, practicing new art ideas, based on the collaboration and interaction between international and Vietnamese artists. Each year, MAP has a new theme, a new version and new artists. For 2018, the overarching theme of MAP will be “VISIBLE – INVISIBLE”. The main practice period of MAP will be started from October 1st to November 10th and the project’s exhibition will be from November 11th to the middle of December 2018.

Heritage Space, Gallery, Dolphin Plaza, 6 Nguyen Hoang st./ 28 Tran Binh st., My Dinh 2 ward, Nam Tu Liem dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

Sep 28, 2018

Lecture at Silpakorn University, Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand has been the starting point for the research on production sites for contemporary art, realized together with students from the University of the Arts Bremen. I’m very happy to be able to present the research paper “Transform / Translate: A Report on Asian Production Sites Used to Manufacture International Art” at Silpakorn University.

Lecture on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 03:00 pm
Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Sanam Chandra Palace Campus 6, Rajamankha Nai Rd., Amphoe Muang, Nakhon Pathom 73000

Sep 10, 2018

Further Thoughts on Earthy Materials

The two-part exhibition project Further Thoughts on Earthy Materials at the GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen and the Kunsthaus Hamburg asks what the underlying questions of the shift towards techniques and the material of ceramics in artistic production of the 21st century are.

I will participate in the Hamburg part, together with: Suse Bauer, Katinka Bock, Neil Brownsword, William Cobbing, Anna Lena Grau, Ilana Harris-Babou, Emma Hart, Judith Hopf, Emre Hüner, Lou Masduraud & Antoine Bellini, Johannes Nagel, Kate Newby, Nicolás Osorno, Pablo Schlumberger, Kerstin Stoll, Jennifer Tee,  Franziska Windolf, Jesse Wine, Xiaopeng Zhou. Curators are Katja Schroeder and Janneke de Vries.

Opening September 10, 2018, Exhibition September 11 until November 25, 2018
KUNSTHAUS HAMBURG, Klosterwall 15, 20095 Hamburg, Germany

Aug 26, 2018

Farming Humanity in Japan

“I am farming humanity”, an interview with Lee Burns, retired engineer and one of the founders of the “Detroit Agriculture Network” will be screened in Japan as part of a program by artists gaehtgens.hirsch. This video was made by Annette Weisser and me in 2001 – still very nice and wise to look at.

Screening August 26, 2018, the exact time will be announced on the website of the institution.
Arts Maebashi, Tatsumachi Studio, 5-1-16 Chiyodamachi, Maebashi, Gunma 371-0022, Japan

Jun 2, 2018

KlasseBar at GAK Bremen

Strange drinks, praises and insults at KlasseBar during Long Night of Museums. Special guest DJ Mantao and a concert by Heartbeast. Saturday, June 02, 2018 from 19:00 to 01:00.

GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Teerhof 21, 28199 Bremen, Germany

May 25, 2018

STATUS – Class Ingo Vetter at GAK Bremen


Curated by Asima Amriko

The GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst has been presenting international contemporary art in Bremen since 1980. Once a year, this program includes the exhibition of a class from the University of the Arts Bremen. This year’s class presentation STATUS shows works of the class for sculpture with classical materials by Prof. Ingo Vetter. The scope of the exhibited works ranges from sculpture and painting to spatial installation to video and photography, with a large part of new artwork especially for the occasion.

Opening on Friday, May 25, 2018 at 19:00.
Exhibition May 26 until June 03, 2018.
Public Dinner with special guests Radek Krolczyk, art critic and gallery owner from Bremen and Olav Westphalen, artist from Stockholm on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 19:00.
Guided Tour with curator Asima Amriko on Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 19:00.
Long Night of Museums with KlasseBar, DJ Mantao and a concert by Heartbeast on Saturday, June 02, 2018 from 18:00 to 01:00.

GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Teerhof 21, 28199 Bremen, Germany

May 9, 2018

New Dean’s Office for the University of Arts Bremen

The Faculty of Art and Design elected a new Dean’s Office for the University of Arts Bremen (left to right, back to front): Astrid Milde – management of the faculty council, Sabine Anger – management of the deanery, Tania Prill – Dean of Students, Dorothea Mink – Vice Dean, Astrid Bernek – development of quality, Imke Bahr – management of the faculty and Ingo Vetter – Dean

University of the Arts Bremen, Am Speicher XI, 28217 Bremen, German

Mar 8, 2018

Lange Schatten

What legacy do the descendants of National Socialist perpetrators bear and how do families deal with this legacy? A lecture by author Alexandra Senfft followed by a panel discussion with artists Amit Epstein and Ingo Vetter.

Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 19:00
Kunsthaus Dresden, Städtische Galerie für Gegenwartskunst, Rähnitzgasse 8, 01097 Dresden, Germany

Mar 2, 2018

Das Vergessen erinnern

A lecture about recall and oblivion by Dr. Aleida Assmann, followed by a panel debate with pastor Dr. Brandi, philosopher Dr. Salaverria and artist Prof. Ingo Vetter.

Friday, March 2, 2018 at 18:00
Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Sootbörn 22, 22453 Hamburg, Germany

Feb 15, 2018

Immer Ärger mit den Großeltern

Last year we presented this exhibition in Hamburg and now extended with many more artists and an extensive supporting program at Kunsthaus Dresden. Participating artist: Lisa Maria Baier, Kyung-hwa Choi-ahoi, Antje Engelmann, Amit Epstein, Deborah Jeromin, Sven Johne, Margret Hoppe, Rajkamal Kahlon, Ahmet Kavas, Wilhelm Klotzek, Kateřina Šedá, Mila Panić, Ute Richter, Johanna Rüggen, Saša Tatić, Nikos Valsamakis, Ingo Vetter. Curators: Christiane Mennicke-Schwarz, Daniela Hoferer and Ingo Vetter.

Opening: Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 19:00 with a performance “Das Erbe” by Nala Tessloff and Winnie Ricarda Bistram
Exhibition: February 16 until May 21, 2018
Kunsthaus Dresden, Städtische Galerie für Gegenwartskunst, Rähnitzgasse 8, 01097 Dresden, Germany

Oct 29, 2017


After a Month of Art Practice (MAP 2017) with an intense program, the resulting exhibition will open its doors. More and up-to-date information can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/monthofartpractice/

Participating artists: Bernard Pourriere (France), Cầm Khánh Linh (Vietnam), Cấn Văn Ân (Vietnam), Daniel Kerkhoff (United States), Daniel Rode (Germany), Dim Tim Art (Serbia), Heaven Baek (Korea), Ingo Vetter (Germany), Nguyễn Thị Hà My (Vietnam), Nguyễn Thị Hoài Giang (Vietnam), Nguyễn Phú Viên (Vietnam), Philippe Richard (France), Phùng Tiến Sơn (Vietnam), Ruchika Wason Singh (India), Trần Hạnh (Vietnam)

Curators: Anh-Tuan Nguyen, Tran Trong Vu and Vu Huy Thong

Opening Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 06:30 pm
Exhibition from October 29 until November 30, 2017
Heritage Space, Gallery, Dolphin Plaza, 6 Nguyen Hoang st./ 28 Tran Binh st., My Dinh 2 ward, Nam Tu Liem dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

Oct 7, 2017

Konsten vi äger tillsammans

Gävle Konstcentrum shows a selection of the municipal art collection and discusses the value and purposes of “the art we own together” (English translation of the title).  “Priapos trädgård” a public commission, I realized in 2009 for the city of Gävle will be part of the show.

Opening on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 1:00 pm.
Exhibition from October 7, 2017 until November 5, 2017
Gävle Konstcentrum, Kungsbäcksvägen 32, 801 31 Gävle, Sweden

Sep 24, 2017

Month of Arts Practice in Hanoi

In  September and October 2017 I will be a guest of the Heritage Space in Hanoi, Vietnam and participate in the Month of Arts Practice, an exchange and educational platform in Contemporary Art for young emerging Vietnamese artists with establish selected international artists around the world. A format which will includes the realization of a new series of sculptures, lectures, artist talks and an exhibition.

Opening Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:30 am
Heritage Space, Library, Fl.1 Dolphin Plaza, 6 Nguyen Hoang st./ 28 Tran Binh st., My Dinh 2 ward, Nam Tu Liem dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

Sep 11, 2017

Lecture at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts

Guangzhou, China has been one of our research places and students from GAFA joined some of our visits at production sites for contemporary art. I’m very happy to be able to present the research paper “Transform / Translate: A Report on Asian Production Sites Used to Manufacture International Art” at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts.

Lecture on Monday, September 11, 2017 at 02:30 pm
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, 168 Daxuecheng Outer Ring W Rd, Panyu Qu, Guangzhou Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China

Aug 30, 2017


The realization of the second building phase of the park in Kiruna, northern Sweden will start end of August 2017. Another 1,5 ha of the former residential area “Ullspiran” was dismantled and will be re-created as a cube-landscape. The opening of the second phase is expected for November 2017.
More information on the website of Statens Konstråd

Jun 1, 2017

Finissage at K’


The exhibition “Keramik aus zweitausend Jahren” will be extended and ends with an artist talk.
Finissage on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 8 pm.
Galerie K’, Bremen, Alexanderstraße 9b, 28203 Bremen, Germany

May 20, 2017

Horizontalturm Lanzendorf

This horizontal look-out will be permanently installed on a hill on the outskirts of Mistelbach. A 24 m long former tower of a wind power plant was converted into a walk-in pipe, giving new perspectives on the surrounding landscape. Inside, local artist Magdalena Frey installed a series of photo collages to complete the views through the cut-outs.
Inauguration on Sunday, May 20, 2017 at 5 pm with an introduction by Angelika Reitzer (author, Vienna)
Public Space, Mistelbach, Austria
For more information, visit the homepage publicart.at

May 17, 2017

Lecture and book presentation at K’


Finally a presentation of the book Umsetzen/Übersetzen (engl. Transform/Translate) in Bremen with an introduction of the lector Radek Krolcyk and a lecture by Ingo Vetter.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 8 pm
Galerie K’, Bremen, Alexanderstraße 9b, 28203 Bremen, Germany

Apr 28, 2017

Lecture at Royal Institute of Arts


I’ll present the research paper “Transform / Translate: A Report on Asian Production Sites Used to Manufacture International Art” at Royal Institute of Arts in Stockholm.

Lecture on Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10 am
Royal Institute of Arts, Flaggmansvägen 1, Skeppsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden


Apr 21, 2017

Keramik aus zweitausend Jahren

A solo exhibition in my new gallery and I will show brand new ceramics.
Opening on Friday, April 21 at 8 pm with an introduction by Radek Krolczyk (gallery owner, K’)
Exhibition from April 21 until May 27, 2017
Galerie K’, Bremen, Alexanderstraße 9b, 28203 Bremen, Germany

Apr 7, 2017

magdalena frey & ingo vetter

In preparation for the inauguration of the monumental sculpture „Horizontalturm Lanzendorf“ I will present some artworks from recent years together with the photographer and filmmaker Magdalena Frey.
Opening on Friday, April 7, 2017 at 7 pm with an introduction by Angelika Reitzer (author, Vienna)
Exhibition from April 07 until May 07, 2017
Kunstverein Mistelbach, Museumsgasse 4, 2130 Mistelbach, Austria

Mar 24, 2017

immer ärger mit den großeltelern


Always trouble with the grandparents,
an exhibition with a thematic focus on aesthetic imprints with
Kyung-hwa Choi-ahoi · Amit Epstein · Nikos Valsamakis · Ingo Vetter
at Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Hamburg.

Friday, March 24, 2017 at 19:00: Opening with an introduction by Bettina Steinbrügge (Kunstverein in Hamburg)

Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 16:00: Screening and discussion with Amit Epstein and Ingo Vetter, moderated by Christiane Mennicke-Schwarz (Kunsthaus Dresden)

Exhibition March 25 until April 16, 2017, opening hours Saturday and Sundays 15:00 – 19:00, further appointments on request: +49 173 9106878
Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Sootbörn 22, 22453 Hamburg, Germany

Nov 30, 2016

Exhibition at Legales, Bremen


A small exhibition in the office spaces of Legales in Bremen.
Opening November 30, 2016 at 19:00
Exhibition December 01, 2016 until March 31, 2017
Address: Legales, Domshof 8-12, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Nov 18, 2016

Realization started

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Realization started for the Look-out in Mistelbach, Austria. A tower segment from a wind power plant was taken down in Northern Germany, transported to Austria and will now get reconstructed. Inauguration is planned for May 20, 2017

Oct 31, 2016

Essay at Hanoi Art Magazine

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One of my lectures about public art at the Vietnam University of Fine Arts in Hanoi was translated by Vũ Huy Thông and published in the Hanoi Art Magazine  Viện Mỹ thuật 02 (10), issue 06/2016.




Sep 29, 2016

Assignment for a look-out in Mistelbach, Austria

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Commissioned by the urban municipality of Mistelbach and funded by the art in public space program of the federal state government of Lower Austria, I will realize a look-out on a hill of the famous “Weinviertel”. It will be a lying tower, made out of a 25m long segment of a former wind power plant. Inauguration is planned for early Summer 2017.

Aug 26, 2016

Bühnenwelten, Scheinwelten


A big group exhibition at Künstlerhaus Sootbörn in Hamburg and I will install a new Ailanthus Spaceframe infront of this remarkable Bauhaus architecture.

Opening: Friday, August 26, 2016 at 19:00
Exhibition: August 27 until September 11, 2016
Opening hours: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 15:00 to 19:00

Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Sootbörn 22, 22453 Hamburg, Germany

May 12, 2016

Screening of Ön/Island in Luleå, Sweden

The compilation of the video files for “Ön/Island” will be screened at Konsthall Luleå as part of the program “Konst i Arbete”, curator: Hans Carlsson.

May 12, 2016 at 18:30
Luleå konsthall, Skeppsbrogatan 17, 97179 Luleå, Sweden

Feb 25, 2016

Trans Cultural Exchange

I’ll present the research paper “Transform / Translate: A Report on Asian Production Sites Used to Manufacture International Art” at the conference Trans Cultural Exchange at Boston University. Unfortunately I had to cancel my travel to the US, but will talk via Skype.


Transforming Practices: New Ways of Approaching Traditional Forms
Location: George Sherman Union, 2nd Floor, Metcalf Hall, Large Hall
Panelists: Cécile Vulliemin, Benoît Maubrey, Amanda Bayley, Ingo Vetter.
Moderator: Gregory Williams

Jan 29, 2016


For this group exhibition, every invited artist gets a carte blanche for one room at the Museum Weserburg. I’ll show some of my new stone sculptures.

Participating artists: Achim Bitter, Christian Boltanski, Christian Jankowski, Clemens Krauss, Alicja Kwade, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Horst Müller, Erich Reusch, Taryn Simon, Ingo Vetter, Günter Weseler. Curators: Peter Friese and Ingo Clauß

More information at the Homepage of the Museum Weserburg

Opening on Friday, 29 January 2016 at 19:00
Exhibition from 30 january 2016 until 22 May 2016

Weserburg | Museum für moderne Kunst, Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen

Jan 7, 2016

Lectures at the Vietnam University of Fine Arts in Hanoi

As part of an Erasmus+ exchange between the Vietnam University of Fine Arts and the University of the Arts Bremen, I give a couple of lectures in Hanoi:

Thursday, 07 January 2016 at 14:30
Transform/Translate – on contemporary art work production
Wednesday, 13 January 2016 at 14:30
Functional sculpture – some key terms on public art
Thursday, 14 January 2016 at 09:00
Artist presentation

Vietnam University of Fine Arts, 42 Yet Kieu, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Dec 9, 2015

Lecture at Akademie der Bildenden Künste München

The class of Prof. Olaf Metzel invited me to talk about the research on contemporary artist production. Guests are welcome!

Wednesday, 9 December 2015 at 19:00
Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, Klasse Metzel, Akademiestrasse 2-4, 80799 München, Germany

Nov 18, 2015

Opening Gruvstadsparken

photo: Ricard Estay/Statens konstråd

The first part of “Loggbok” a design for Gruvstadsparken in Kiruna will be inaugurated. More information, images and a press release can be found at the homepage of Statens konstråd.

Grand Opening on Wednesday, 18 November 2015 at 18:00, Ullspiran, Gruvstadsparken, Kiruna, Sweden.

Oct 28, 2015

Future Talks

ft_015_head_1440-300x300Together with Viola Eickmeier from the Berlin Studio Violet, I will give a lecture at the conference Future Talks 015 in Munich, Germany

On contemporary artwork production. A dialogue
Wednesday, 28.10.2015 at 15:00

Die Neue Sammlung
The International Design Museum Munich
Türkenstrasse 15, D-80333 München

Sep 17, 2015

Pasing by catalogue release

PasinbyOn Thursday 17 September 2015 at 19:00 the catalogue publication of the Pasing by festival will be released with a final party at the famous Pelz Bar.
Address: former Pelzladen Schweisz (directly at Pasinger Marienplatz), Bodenseestr. 1, 81241 Munich

Jul 20, 2015


Gruvstadsparken01After four years of development, presentations and re-designs, the first phase of the park realization is scheduled for August 2015.

Gruvstadsparken is a new park for the mining city Kiruna in the very north of Sweden. The iron ore mine in Kiruna is the most efficient and prosperous one in Europe. A consequence of the extensive excavation are cracks appearing on the surface and as a result, half of the city needs to be relocated within the next 25 years. The buffer zone between the erosion areas of the mine and the city will be in permanent flux, still accessible for people but not anymore suitable for housing or traffic.

For this zone, we – Ingo Vetter, Sofia Sundberg & Karl Tuikkanen – developed a park concept, which is based on the transformation process, re-uses all demolition waste, as well as remaining infrastructure. The concept actively deals with questions of identity, history and memory. In the first phase of realization a former residential area of 3 ha will be dismantled and rebuild as a geometric structure out of gabions filled with bricks and concrete from the demolished houses. The structures will be open to the public until the erosion zone reaches the area. Thereafter, a fence forecloses the park use, but the structures will still be visible for decades. Gradually 64 ha of city space will be transformed in a second phase. Hence, the park will be rather a time-based condition than a fixed space.

The opening of the first part of Gruvstadsparken will be in November 2015.

More information at the homepage of Statens Konstråd

Jul 3, 2015

Pasing by


Opening 03. July 2015, Festival 03. – 12. July 2015, website: www.pasingby.de

17 new art projects for Pasing, an urban quarter in Munich, Germany. I’ll present two stone sculptures from the new series “Organe” for permanent installation.

Pasing by
17 Kunstprojekte im Zentrum Pasings

beierlegoerlich / Gabi Blum / Department für öffentliche Erscheinungen / Motoko Dobashi / Anita Edenhofer / Empfangshalle / Christian Engelmann / Stefano Giuriati / Hermann Hiller / Vincent Mitzev / Mathis Nitschke & Thomas Jonigk / Martin Schmidt / Stephanie Senge & Maike Gräf / Ingo Vetter / Albert Weis / Katharina Weishäupl / Silvia Wienefoet


Freitag, 3. Juli, 18 Uhr in der Pelz Bar (ehem. Pelzladen Schweisz am Pasinger Marienplatz)


  1. – 12. Juli 2015

Skulpturen, Installationen und Interventionen, tägliche Performances

Rundgänge, Künstlergespräche & DJ-Programm presented by Temporäres Klangmuseum

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Mar 7, 2015

Symposium Landscape 1 & 2


Sat, 07. March 2015, 9:00 – 20:00, Place: Treffpunkt Kunsthausplatz / Tagebau Welzow / Studierhaus IBA See Großräschen
Sun, 08. March 2015, 11:00 – 15:00, Place: Kunsthaus Dresden

Until this day, historical landscape painting determines our conception of the landscape, be it in literature, geography, landscape planning, or the more recent environmental sciences. How do artists engage with post-mining landscapes today? The two-day symposium taking place in Welzow—with a joint tour of the active mine—and at Kunsthaus Dresden is dedicated to the relationship between art, (post-)industrial landscape, resources, and democracy.

Feb 18, 2015

future_island chapter 3

On Wednesday, 18 February 2015 I will give a lecture at the public conference future_island chapter 3 in Slite, on the east coast of Gotland, Sweden and present some examples of artists’ involvement in city planning processes. The conference is organized by the Baltic Art Center.

Jan 14, 2015

Presentation at Immigration Office


A “One Night Stand” at Immigration Office in Bremen on Wednesday January 14, 2015 at 20:00.

Address: Immigration Office, Am Dobben 36, 28203 Bremen, Germany

Dec 13, 2014

Jahresgaben 2014

vase 09: H 23 cm x L 35,5 cm

Some Vases for Ailanthus are on sale as artists editions at Künstlerhaus Bremen. All editions are displayed until January 18, 2015.

Nov 28, 2014

Public Lecture at University of the Arts Bremen


Kunsttopographien globaler Migration: Orte und Räume transitorischer Kunsterfahrung

am Freitag, den 28. November 2014 ab 19.00 Uhr
im Auditorium der Hochschule für Künste Bremen, Am Speicher XI, 8:

19 Uhr 
Ein Bericht über Produktionsstätten internationaler Kunst in Asien

Ingo Vetter, Hochschule für Künste Bremen

20 Uhr
Über Archipelisierung und Transkulturalität
Cédric Duchêne-Lacroix, Universität Basel