Under the banner of 'Thinking Ahead', which will also be the theme of the international art and architecture festival taking place in Breitenbrunn in 2021, the Klumpner Chair's Professor Klumpner will give a talk and guided tour surrounding Peter Noever's Land Art Project, 'THE PIT / DIE GRUBE', a traditional wine cellar built more than 200 years ago. The more than 70 meter long passage way opens up to the heathland.
Other participants include Mark Mack (DJ Orange, architect, architecture professor at UCLA and co-founder of the Bombay Beach Biennale, CA; Los Angeles), Andrea Lenardin (architect, principal and creative director of a l m project; Los Angeles), Roland Hagenberg (writer, artist, photographer and founder of the Storkhouse in Raiding, Burgenland; Tokyo), Marc Leschelier (architect, author, founder of Unbuilt Archive and currently working on a book about Raimund Abraham supported by the Graham Foundation to be published by NERO editions; Paris), Rüdiger Andorfer (museum director emeritus, art and media curator; Vienna), Oliver Hangl (performance-artist, curator and organizer of the upcoming "Die Grube – Kunst und Architekturfestival 2021"; Vienna) and Peter Noever (current measures) – Ausstellungsmacher; Vienna).
Open to the public!
Sunday, 27 September 2020, 3pm
Saftey regulations apply
For more information, follow this link: noever-design.com/the-pit-heritage-day-2020.html