Christian Kobald

 Marjetica Potrč Yinchuan Rural House​​​​​​​  (2018) © Photo: Courtesy the Yinchuan Biennale

Marjetica Potrč
Yinchuan Rural House (2018)

© Photo: Courtesy the Yinchuan Biennale

An interview with curator Marco Scotini about multiculturality and biodiversity as traces of the ancient Silk Road, how to exhibit eco-artistic practices today and the liberation of the biennial format. By Christian Kobald

 Pieter Bruegel the older, The Land of Cockaigne, 1567 Oil on wood, 52 x 78 cm

Pieter Bruegel the older, The Land of Cockaigne, 1567
Oil on wood, 52 x 78 cm

Martin Kippenberger’s idea of an art that reflects its social conditions has evolved into an art world that integrates everything. What happens when the work dissolves into its context and the form of the work becomes a form of life?