Joseph Kosuth

Nicht im vorliegenden Sachverhalt, 2015



For his work in the Lesliehof, Joseph Kosuth connects light with a theory that establishes a reference to the night sky. The quote comes from Johannes Kepler – a great historic figure in mathematics and astronomy and a staunch Protestant who was forced to leave Graz during the Counter-Reformation. 200 years later, the founding of the Joanneum at this location also served as a political statement making knowledge accessible to all. 

 

This project is part of the exhibition Light that presents three projects in the public space and one international conference to the topic in the Joanneum District.

 

 

Opening

Friday, 20.03.2015, 10.30 am

 

Joanneumsviertel, Lesliehof

Joanneumsviertelplatz

8010 Graz

 

Free admission

The event takes place outdoors.

 

 

With Joseph Kosuth - Artist, Dr. Christian Buchmann - Provincial Councillor for Cultural Affairs, Peter Pakesch - Artistic Director Universalmuseum Joanneum, Dr. Elisabeth Fiedler - Head of the Institute for Art in Public Space Styria.

 

    

Art in Public Spaces


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