tinyBE – living in a sculpture

International exhibition of habitable sculptures

26 June to 26 September 2021

Sculpture park & public discourse

tinyBE – living in a sculpture

International exhibition of habitable sculptures

26 June to 26 September 2021

The non-profit organisation tinyBE is launching the first-ever exhibition of temporary habitable sculptures by a group of international artists at three outdoor locations in the Frankfurt Rhine-Main metropolitan region from 26 June to 26 September 2021. Eight visionary, utopian or even dystopian ideas on experimental forms of living will be on show at three public spaces on the Main river including the Metzlerpark in Frankfurt, the Hessisches Landesmuseum in Darmstadt and the front of the Museum Wiesbaden.

tinyBE is an innovative exhibition and event format that aims to facilitate an interdisciplinary dialogue at the interface of the visual arts, architecture, design and science. Thanks to their habitability, the sculptures allow a fusion between art and life. tinyBE plans to run the exhibition as part of a series that is a unique hybrid between sculpture park and public discourse.

Although the habitable sculptures are primarily works of art, visitors who spend a night in one of them at the tinyBE exhibition will not experience any discomfort – on the contrary: each of the sculptures is equipped with a comfortable bed supplied by our partner Steigenberger Hotels, Welcome Hotel and Oranien Hotel.

Artists and artist collectives
Onur Gökmen – Christian Jankowski – Alison Knowles – Terence Koh – MY-CO-X – Laure Prouvost – Mia Eve Rollow & Caleb Duarte – Sterling Ruby – Thomas Schütte – tinyBE extra: Charlotte Posenenske
Curator: Cornelia Saalfrank, Co-Curator: Katrin Lewinsky

tinyBE – living in a sculpture – #1 Frankfurt/M – Darmstadt – Wiesbaden

Frankfurt a.M., Metzlerpark Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt, Schaumainkai 15, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
With works by Christian Jankowski, Terence Koh, Laure Prouvost, Mia Eve Rollow & Caleb Duarte, Sterling Ruby, Thomas Schütte, MY-CO-X, Charlotte Posenenske

Darmstadt, Schleiermacherstraße 16,  Landesmuseum Darmstadt, 64283 Darmstadt
With a work by Onur Gökmen

Opening 30 June 2021, 1pm, Kochbrunnenplatz, 65183 Wiesbaden
With a work by Alison Knowles

www.tinybe.org

www.eventim.de/en/artist/living-in-a-sculpture

 

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Press photos

  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Laure Prouvost: Boob Hills Burrows, 2021
    Foto: Martin Rendel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Laure Prouvost: Boob Hills Burrows, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Mia Eve Rollow & Caleb Duarte: The Embassy of the Refugee, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    MY-CO-X: MY-CO-SPACE, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    MY-CO-X: MY-CO-SPACE, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Terence Koh: spiral home, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Christian Jankowski: Bodybuilding (Mies van der Rohe), 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Christian Jankowski: Bodybuilding (Mies van der Rohe), 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Thomas Schütte: Spartà Hut, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Frankfurt am Main
    Thomas Schütte: Spartà Hut, 2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE extra Frankfurt am Main
    Sterling Ruby: BLACK STOVE 3, 2014
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE extra Frankfurt am Main
    Charlotte Posenenske: Serie E, 4 drehbare Flächen, 1968/2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Wiesbaden
    Alison Knowles: The House of Dust, 1967/2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Wiesbaden
    Alison Knowles: The House of Dust, 1967/2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Wiesbaden
    Alison Knowles: The House of Dust, 1967/2021
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Darmstadt
    Onur Gökmen: First
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel
  • tinyBE Darmstadt
    Onur Gökmen: First
    Foto: Martin Rendel
  • tinyBE Darmstadt
    Onur Gökmen: First
    Foto: Wolfgang Günzel