Lost Waters and Found Stairs by the artist duo Badel/Sarbach – Flurina Badel and Jérémie Sarbach.

Opening: Friday, 24 March 2023 at 7:30 pm. 

Introduction by Dr Verena Jendrus, art historian.

The exhibition ends on 21 April with a finissage starting at 7 pm. 

The video work Lost Waters and Found Stairs deals with the effects of man-made advance on fish in rivers. Poetic moments are combined with documentary film sequences. Among other things, the artist duo explores the question of how and whether humans can intervene in nature without completely upsetting it. Other pieces of the group of works are also on display. For example, a sculpture made of fired clay and concrete reliefs.
On the Long Night of Museums on 25 March 2023, the exhibition will be open from 6 to 1 pm. The artist duo will be present and will give guided tours of the exhibition at 7 and 9 pm. 

Photo Credits: Ulrike Reichart

We would like to thank our sponsors for their kind support for this exhibition:

The City of Stuttgart, Cultural Office; RITTER SPORT; Graphischer Betrieb August Conzelmann.

Cultural promotion from Canton Valais and from the Canton Grisons, Switzerland.

blühen (blossom) by Benjamin Miller

In the exhibition blühen (blossom), each monument is created only for a single moment. Each item is found in everyday environments, especially plants in the green spaces of Stuttgart. The exhibited pieces will be borrowed, assembled for the exhibition show and then afterwards returned, if possible, otherwise recycled. The exhibition will change its appearance constantly over the period of the four weeks.

The exhibition ends on June 16, 2023 on 7 pm with an introduction of Enno Lehmann.
A publication will accompany the exhibition.

With many thanks to the sponsoring of the 
Cultural Office Stuttgart and Ritter-Sport Waldenbuch.