Philippe Parreno Transforms Haus Der Kunst With Fully AI-Driven Exhibition

The exhibit opens in November 2024.

By: Mar. 19, 2024
Philippe Parreno Transforms Haus Der Kunst With Fully AI-Driven Exhibition
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As part of a new collaboration with Leeum Museum of Art in Seoul, Haus der Kunst, Munich's global centre for contemporary art, will present a major exhibition by the internationally acclaimed French artist, Philippe Parreno, a multi-media, multi-sensory installation on a giant scale that will take over the entire gallery spaces from end of November 2024.

Philippe Parreno has revolutionised the experience of museums. The exhibition will encompass Parreno's key works and early works from the 1990s in multiple media ranging from video and sound to sculpture and drawing, created in collaboration with graphic designers, photographers, musicians, linguists, sound specialists, and actors, among others.

Throughout the exhibition, voices will play a fundamental role in bringing the building of Haus der Kunst to life. The Mittelhalle and Ostgalerie will become a resonating organism of light and sounds, featuring installations, films, new works and collaborations with peer artists.

An entire gallery will be conceived especially for children.

Philippe Parreno, said: “Art unframes and ruptures the meaning of what we usually see or hear, allowing it to speak in an outside voice.”

The exhibition has been co-programmed with Leeum Museum of Art, Seoul,  to create two coordinated, yet different exhibitions sharing co-commissioned works and has been curated by Andrea Lissoni, Artistic Director of Haus der Kunst, with Hanns Lennart Wiesner and Lydia Antoniou.

Andrea Lissoni, Artistic Director, Haus der Kunst, said: “We aim to give shape to an institution where everyone coming can understand themselves as a living community. We look forward to welcoming you at Haus der Kunst for this journey.“

To accompany the exhibition, Haus der Kunst and Leeum Museum of Art have jointly published a new book "Voices," the first collection of transcriptions of various voices in artworks by Philippe Parreno, written by the artist between 1990 and 2021.


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