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Dennis de Bel (NED): Conventional Experiment #1

18.01.2011 to 28.02.2011

Dennis de Bel (NED): Conventional Experiment #1

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Dennis de Bel (NED): Conventional Experiment #1 Dennis de Bel (NED): Conventional Experiment #1

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Dennis de Bel (NED): Conventional
Experiment #1

Eröffnung und Workshop:
Mo 17.01., 19h
Datum: 18.01. bis 28.02., täglich 10-22h
Ort: WORM, Electric Avenue
Eintritt frei

Der niederländische Artist-in-Residence Dennis de Bel wurde von WORM moddr_lab eingeladen eine neue Installation zu zeigen:

"During his residency, Dutch artist Dennis de Bel launches the first in a series of new installations, which will, literally, offer a broader perspective on his 'design-interventions'.
What are the conventions of (exhibition) space? Can we do without conventions? And what happens if we transpose these conventions from one space to another?"

Dennis de Bel's Website

Get Transpired! Tournament
Inspiration through transpiration

Thursday 27th of January 2011
19 Uhr, WORM moddr_ Space, Electric Avenue, Museumsquartier Wien

Dutch Media Artist Dennis de Bel - Artist-in-Residence of quartier21/ MQ - invites you to a Real Time Interactive High Definition 3D Multiplayer Squash Challenge in his squash squat at Museumsquartier.

As always the winner takes it all, including a special trophy designed by Dennis de Bel himself. So whenever or not you're in need of some new inspiration, please join and open your mind and increase your intellectual strength through physical action!

(c) Dennis de Bel

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