A three-minute digital animation created by Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) will be one of many artworks presented at the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin, when the “Sensing the Future” exhibition opens. The exhibition focuses on the work of László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946), and how he overstepped the boundaries of the conventional view of art. His methods were marked by interdisciplinary approaches, while at the same time fundamentally questioning the traditional perception of art. Works by many contemporary artists that work across disciplines are included in the show, as a way of demonstrating that Moholy-Nagy was raising issues then that are still relevant today.
Contemporary artists whose works are included in this exhibition include: Eduardo Aquino; Naomi Clare Crellin; Lancelot Coar und Patrick Harrop; Olafur Eliasson; Ken Gregory; Gottfried Jäger and Karl Martin Holzhäuser; Eduardo Kac; Erika Lincoln; Guy Maddin; Bernie Miller; Javier Navarro; Freya Olafson; Floris Neusüss and Renate Heyne; Peter Yeadon; et al.
“Sensing the Future” runs until January 12, 2015.