From 2 April, the artists Anne Arndt and Camilo Pachón will expand the ideas of the Healing Complex with their own projects, which they will develop during their three-month work stay.
With an economy that is not only metaphorically based on the model of mushroom cultures – myconomy – the Healing Complex was reopened in March 2023.
Jungsein und Jüdischsein – wie geht das in Deutschland zusammen? Damit beschäftigt sich der preisgekrönte Film „Masel Tov Cocktail“, der den Abschluss der Filmreihe im „Healing Complex“ bildet.
In the workshop with Malte van der Meyden, everyday objects are molded and cast into candles to find a new form and function.
Looking at the landscapes of the Ruhr area, Landscapes of an Ongoing Past traces questions of industrial production and relates them to the aftermath of socialist ideologies.
With a sound installation, shared Dindać with coffee and Silesian poppy cake and the concluding Mycel Bankett, we will bring the season to a close at the Healing Complex.
With mobile saunas on the forecourt and a varied program of talks, film screenings and communal baking, we will end the first phase of the Healing Complex with a Summit on November 12th.
As a contribution of Urbane Künste Ruhr to the Ruhrtriennale 2022, the sculptural installation THE HUDDLE, by the artist Katja Aufleger, is conceived for public space in Bochum city centre.
My Body Is Not an Island invites us to empathise with others and to learn how to use emotions as a way in to the world: Bring your emotions and your jackets too, the artist tells us.
Silent University is an autonomous knowledge and exchange platform for academics who have fled or are seeking asylum.
In the multi-part installation Vom Nutzen der Angst – The Politics of Selection, artist Peggy Buth examines the corporate culture of Friedrich Krupp AG.
In the funnel level of the mixing plant at Zeche Zollverein, Urbane Künste Ruhr is showing the installation Mixing Plant by US artist Tony Cokes.