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DYOR

Blockchain
NFT
Crypto Art
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8.10.2022-
15.1.2023

DYOR (do your own research) is a dictum of the crypto scene. The principle is that one should do one’s own investigation rather than believing all that is read. The exhibition reveals to visitors what is, for many, a new world: art in the context of blockchain and NFTs.

Curated by Nina Roehrs, DYOR focusses on artists, projects and platforms that have had a significant influence on how the crypto art scene has developed and is today. This history and an ever-changing present come together in environments, both analogue and digital, which invite visitors to get involved. The exhibition makes a wide variety of worlds, ideas and ways of thinking accessible through various sections.

— Deutsch —

DYOR (Do Your Own Research, Mach deine eigene Recherche) ist ein geflügeltes Wort in der Krypto-Szene. Es beschreibt die Maxime, sich selbst zu informieren, anstatt alles zu glauben, was man liest. Die Ausstellung lädt die Besucher:innen ein, sich diese neue Welt von Kunst im Kontext von Blockchain und NFT zu erschliessen. Kuratiert von Nina Roehrs, stellt DYOR Künstler:innen, Projekte und Plattformen, die die Entstehung und das aktuelle Erscheinungsbild der Krypto-Kunst Szene massgeblich prägen, in den Mittelpunkt. In verschiedenen Sektionen macht die Ausstellung verschiedenste Welten, Vorstellung und Denkweisen zugänglich.

Sections

24 SEEDERS

At the centre of the exhibition sits an installation of 24 rotating panels each of which will be dedicated to one artist or platform. This section focuses on the work of artists, creators and platforms who have pioneered the Crypto Art space and who have laid the foundations for new artistic concepts and standards.

Read more

Cumulonimbus Murus

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski

Commonly known as a wall cloud, the meteorological phenomenon cumulonimbus murus indicates a strong updraft and powerful thunderstorm from which tornados can form. Cumulonimbus Murus (2022) by Martin Lukas Ostachowski is a multi-media installation highlighting the milestones that informed crypto art through this natural occurrence. The installation carefully traces the origins and defines and contextualizes the movement that acted as a catalyst for digital art.

Read more
With:
Christian Langalis, Cryptograffiti, EverDreamSoft, Kevin Abosch, Marcus Connor and Rhea Myers

Pepe the Frog Space

Curated by Fabian Wyss (aka FWD)

This space presents Bitcoin-native Counterparty digital and physical exhibits from the Rare Pepe and Fake Rare directories, exhibited in a cypherpunk living room.

Read more
With:
AERAONE, AI, Alth0tas, Bitcoin Basement, BucaPunk, Chrome Void, Crypsi, Darkfarms, Darky, Dim Zayan, Ditacrypto, Emblematix, Fake Annie, FWD, Gianni Arone (aka LOVEBEING), Grant Riven Yun, grnqrtr, Hitomi Matsui, Indelible Trade, JB, Johnny Johnsonson, Jose Burrito, Kero, Lord Jamie V. Shill, Luis Simo, MandarineMarie, Marcus Connor, Matt Kane, MBTC, Mike, MrHansel, N-N-I-A, Netidx (aka Gilles Pegel), Nikolina Petolas, Norman Comics, Oni Giri, Pepenardo, Prateek Dhiman, Rare Scrilla, Rarejay, ROBNESS, Rochigg, Shewolf, Snuxton Pack, Tasha Moon, Tek x Porkchop, Tomopen, VincentVanDough, Viva la Vandal, VSTRVL, Yotet and few more…

Pepe the Frog Store

By various artists

Our Pepe the Frog Space is accompanied by a small store for Pepe items including posters, T-shirts, caps, mugs and stickers. Visit the show and pick up some merch.

— Deutsch —

Unser Pepe the Frog Space wird von einem eigenen kleinen Shop für Pepe-Artikel wie Poster, T-Shirts, Caps, Tassen und Sticker begleitet. Besuchen Sie die Ausstellung und decken sich mit ein paar Pepe Artikel ein.

DYOR: Crypto Glossary

By Moxarra Gonzales & Adina Glickstein

Whether you’re an OG or a newcomer, crypto-pilled – on board – or an adamant no-coiner, you’ve probably noticed that this world has a lexicon all its own. 

Read more

NFTism

By Kenny Schachter

The artist, curator and writer promotes the concept of NFTs through the notion of NFTism (a term he trademarked) in his art, writing, in curated exhibitions, fairs and in a social token deployed on SushiSwap in December of 2021. 

Read more

Digital Space

Created by Manuel Rossner

For DYOR the physical exhibition space has gained a digital extension. This is an illustration of the Kunsthalle Zürich’s third floor gallery as well as the roof of the Löwenbräukunst building; it can be explored using a VR (virtual reality) headset.  

Read more
With:
Banz & Bowinkel, Jan Robert Leegte, Kim Asendorf, Lorna Mills, Manuel Rossner, Maxim Zhestkov, Moxarra Gonzales, Nancy Baker Cahill and Rafaël Rozendaal

A Slice of the Pie

Silvio Lorusso & Sebastian Schmieg

For the duration of the exhibition DYOR, a 16 square-metre LED wall will display a circular pie-like shape divided into six slices. A dedicated website (a-slice-of-the-pie.live) will livestream the pie 24/7. Via the website, artists will be able to purchase one or more slices and fill them with their own artworks, thus becoming full participants in the exhibition. To define the appearance of the whole pie, they will have to collaborate or compete or hustle – or simply leave the final composition to chance.

If you want to exhibit your art at Kunsthalle Zürich as part of exhibition DYOR visit a-slice-of-the-pie.live.

If you want to buy a pie visit the collection on objkt.com.

Read more
With:
as of 20.10.2022: ACatfishArtist, Clemens Schöll, DomBarra_AlteredData|THE_S|-|33P, El Walleto, Estelle Flores, Fab,i Yamada, Geryco, Glitched_David, JLT, Ilja Karilampi, IvnHgo_, Leïth Benkhedda, Madame Cryptica, Moxarra, Ock1tess, PaintYourPizza, Sabato, Superinternet.world coming soon, Transform Free transform, Yasmin Senkal, acrwrs/alexandracrouwers, aotearoan.tez, arln.arln, floar.tez, masssage, shardcore, tiegenhof and few more (anonymous)

playrecordmint

playrecordmintis a screen and sensor setup that allows artists to invite an audience on site to co-author animated sequences or still images within an artwork, which they can then mint as a NFT. playrecordmint partners with artists to conduct interactive experiments, bridging physically embodied interaction and the creation of digital artifacts on the blockchain. 

For the DYOR exhibition, playrecordmint features three artists, each presenting their work for five weeks, offering visitors a novel playing field for co-creating NFTs. The current work presented is COMPOSE by Sasha Stiles & Nathaniel Stern.

Read more
With:
Leander Herzog, Sasha Stiles & Nathaniel Stern and Zach Lieberman

DYOR – POAP

By Andreas Gysin (aka ertdfgcvb)

Andreas Gysin created the logo for DYOR. In the exhibition the logo can be collected by visitors as a POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol). 

This POAP is a gift from Kunsthalle Zürich to our exhibition visitors, celebrating a shared memory – their visit to DYOR. A POAP is a new way of keeping a secure record of a life experience. Each time they take part in an event, POAP collectors get a unique badge supported by a cryptographic record. These badges are Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). 

Read more

Kunsthalle NFT Edition I – LCD 1

By Andreas Gysin (aka ertdfgcvb)

Curated by Nina Roehrs, Kunsthalle Zürich launches a dedicated NFT edition program, which aims to show the many facets of NFTs in the arts.

It will be kicked off in mid-November with Andreas Gysin’s work LCD 1. LCD 1 is hardware and software as entity. It runs a generative program to create animated text (ASCII/ANSI) compositions, shown on a monochrome display with a strong object character.

Drop date: 25 November 2022 | 18 CET | https://lcd.ertdfgcvb.xyz/auction/

SOLD OUT

Read more

Kunsthalle NFT Edition II – DYOR: Crypto Glossary

By Moxarra Gonzales & Adina Glickstein

Drop date: 30 November, 00:30 CET – 1 December, 0:30 CET

Further information following soon

Read more

24 SEEDERS

At the centre of the exhibition sits an installation of 24 rotating panels each of which will be dedicated to one artist or platform. This section focuses on the work of artists, creators and platforms who have pioneered the Crypto Art space and who have laid the foundations for new artistic concepts and standards.

Read more
With:
Anna Ridler & David Pfau, Art Blocks (featuring Emily Xie, Matt DesLauriers and Tyler Hobbs), Async (featuring Alotta Money, Coldie, DiGiTAL, Farnell Newton, Hackatao, Hilton Wright II, Ishita Banerjee, Josie Bellini, lurklovesyou, Matt Kane, MG O’Shea, Mlibty, Pat Dimitri, Pop Wonder, Rutger van der Tas, Shortcut, Sparrow, Tania del Rio, Terra Naomi, Vans Design, Weinbagz, XCOPY and Zachary Winterton), Black Swan (Penny Rafferty, Laura Lotti, Calum Bowden, Leïth Benkhedda), Botto, CryptoWiener, DADA Collective, Damien Hirst, Harm van den Dorpel, Jonas Lund, Kevin Abosch, Larva Labs, Matt Kane (featuring Alotta Money, Bård Ionson, Coldie, Giant Swan, GISELXFLOREZ, Hackatao, hexeosis, Josie Bellini, Lawrence Lee, Matt Kane, Mlibty, Oficinas TK, Shortcut, skeenee, Sparrow, Vans Design and XCOPY), MOCA (Museum of Crypto Art, featuring Kirk Finkel / untitled, xyz), Olive Allen, Rhea Myers, ROBNESS, Sarah Friend, Sarah Meyohas, Sarah Zucker, Simon Denny, Snark.art (featuring Eve Sussman / Misha Libman), terra0 and XCOPY (featuring gremplin, JAKE THE DEGEN, Kristy Glas, Lumps, neurocolor, SHZZM, XCOPY and Zenoyis)
Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: 24 SEEDERS | © Julien Gremaud

Cumulonimbus Murus

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski

Commonly known as a wall cloud, the meteorological phenomenon cumulonimbus murus indicates a strong updraft and powerful thunderstorm from which tornados can form. Cumulonimbus Murus (2022) by Martin Lukas Ostachowski is a multi-media installation highlighting the milestones that informed crypto art through this natural occurrence. The installation carefully traces the origins and defines and contextualizes the movement that acted as a catalyst for digital art.

Read more
With:
Christian Langalis, Cryptograffiti, EverDreamSoft, Kevin Abosch, Marcus Connor and Rhea Myers
Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Cumulonimbus Murus | © Julien Gremaud

Pepe the Frog Space

Curated by Fabian Wyss (aka FWD)

This space presents Bitcoin-native Counterparty digital and physical exhibits from the Rare Pepe and Fake Rare directories, exhibited in a cypherpunk living room.

Read more
With:
AERAONE, AI, Alth0tas, Bitcoin Basement, BucaPunk, Chrome Void, Crypsi, Darkfarms, Darky, Dim Zayan, Ditacrypto, Emblematix, Fake Annie, FWD, Gianni Arone (aka LOVEBEING), Grant Riven Yun, grnqrtr, Hitomi Matsui, Indelible Trade, JB, Johnny Johnsonson, Jose Burrito, Kero, Lord Jamie V. Shill, Luis Simo, MandarineMarie, Marcus Connor, Matt Kane, MBTC, Mike, MrHansel, N-N-I-A, Netidx (aka Gilles Pegel), Nikolina Petolas, Norman Comics, Oni Giri, Pepenardo, Prateek Dhiman, Rare Scrilla, Rarejay, ROBNESS, Rochigg, Shewolf, Snuxton Pack, Tasha Moon, Tek x Porkchop, Tomopen, VincentVanDough, Viva la Vandal, VSTRVL, Yotet and few more…
Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Pepe the Frog Space | © Julien Gremaud

Pepe the Frog Store

By various artists

Our Pepe the Frog Space is accompanied by a small store for Pepe items including posters, T-shirts, caps, mugs and stickers. Visit the show and pick up some merch.

— Deutsch —

Unser Pepe the Frog Space wird von einem eigenen kleinen Shop für Pepe-Artikel wie Poster, T-Shirts, Caps, Tassen und Sticker begleitet. Besuchen Sie die Ausstellung und decken sich mit ein paar Pepe Artikel ein.

Pepe the Frog Store at Kunsthalle Zürich

Pepe the Frog Store at Kunsthalle Zürich

DYOR: Crypto Glossary

By Moxarra Gonzales & Adina Glickstein

Whether you’re an OG or a newcomer, crypto-pilled – on board – or an adamant no-coiner, you’ve probably noticed that this world has a lexicon all its own. 

Read more
Installation view: Crypto Glossary | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Crypto Glossary | © Julien Gremaud

DYOR: Crypto Glossary | Do Your Own Research

DYOR: Crypto Glossary | Do Your Own Research

DYOR: Crypto Glossary | Cypher Punk

DYOR: Crypto Glossary | Cypher Punk

NFTism

By Kenny Schachter

The artist, curator and writer promotes the concept of NFTs through the notion of NFTism (a term he trademarked) in his art, writing, in curated exhibitions, fairs and in a social token deployed on SushiSwap in December of 2021. 

Read more
Installation view: NFTism | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: NFTism | © Julien Gremaud

Digital Space

Created by Manuel Rossner

For DYOR the physical exhibition space has gained a digital extension. This is an illustration of the Kunsthalle Zürich’s third floor gallery as well as the roof of the Löwenbräukunst building; it can be explored using a VR (virtual reality) headset.  

Read more
With:
Banz & Bowinkel, Jan Robert Leegte, Kim Asendorf, Lorna Mills, Manuel Rossner, Maxim Zhestkov, Moxarra Gonzales, Nancy Baker Cahill and Rafaël Rozendaal
Installation view: Digital Space | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: Digital Space | © Julien Gremaud

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Banz & Bowinkel, Real Time, 2021 and Kim Asendorf, monogrid 4b, 2021

Banz & Bowinkel, Real Time, 2021 and Kim Asendorf, monogrid 4b, 2021

Banz & Bowinkel, WA-NGMI, 2022

Banz & Bowinkel, WA-NGMI, 2022

Nancy Baker Cahill, Contract Killers, 2021

Nancy Baker Cahill, Contract Killers, 2021

Jan Robert Leegte, JPEG, 2022

Jan Robert Leegte, JPEG, 2022

Jan Robert Leegte, Scrollbar Composition, 2022 and Moxarra Gonzalez, GM RIGHT CLICKERS!, 2021

Jan Robert Leegte, Scrollbar Composition, 2022 and Moxarra Gonzalez, GM RIGHT CLICKERS!, 2021

Lorna Mills, Petting Zoo: Condo prison, 2021

Lorna Mills, Petting Zoo: Condo prison, 2021

Rafaël Rozendaal, 81 Horizons, 2021

Rafaël Rozendaal, 81 Horizons, 2021

Maxim Zhestkov, Modules 03 (Initial Image), 2022

Maxim Zhestkov, Modules 03 (Initial Image), 2022

Maxim Zhestkov, Modules 03, 2022

Maxim Zhestkov, Modules 03, 2022

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting (Kunsthalle Zürich), 2022

Moxarra Gonzalez, GM RIGHT CLICKERS!, 2021

Moxarra Gonzalez, GM RIGHT CLICKERS!, 2021

A Slice of the Pie

Silvio Lorusso & Sebastian Schmieg

For the duration of the exhibition DYOR, a 16 square-metre LED wall will display a circular pie-like shape divided into six slices. A dedicated website (a-slice-of-the-pie.live) will livestream the pie 24/7. Via the website, artists will be able to purchase one or more slices and fill them with their own artworks, thus becoming full participants in the exhibition. To define the appearance of the whole pie, they will have to collaborate or compete or hustle – or simply leave the final composition to chance.

If you want to exhibit your art at Kunsthalle Zürich as part of exhibition DYOR visit a-slice-of-the-pie.live.

If you want to buy a pie visit the collection on objkt.com.

Read more
With:
as of 20.10.2022: ACatfishArtist, Clemens Schöll, DomBarra_AlteredData|THE_S|-|33P, El Walleto, Estelle Flores, Fab,i Yamada, Geryco, Glitched_David, JLT, Ilja Karilampi, IvnHgo_, Leïth Benkhedda, Madame Cryptica, Moxarra, Ock1tess, PaintYourPizza, Sabato, Superinternet.world coming soon, Transform Free transform, Yasmin Senkal, acrwrs/alexandracrouwers, aotearoan.tez, arln.arln, floar.tez, masssage, shardcore, tiegenhof and few more (anonymous)
Installation view: A Slice of the Pie | © Julien Gremaud

Installation view: A Slice of the Pie | © Julien Gremaud

playrecordmint

playrecordmintis a screen and sensor setup that allows artists to invite an audience on site to co-author animated sequences or still images within an artwork, which they can then mint as a NFT. playrecordmint partners with artists to conduct interactive experiments, bridging physically embodied interaction and the creation of digital artifacts on the blockchain. 

For the DYOR exhibition, playrecordmint features three artists, each presenting their work for five weeks, offering visitors a novel playing field for co-creating NFTs. The current work presented is COMPOSE by Sasha Stiles & Nathaniel Stern.

Read more
With:
Leander Herzog, Sasha Stiles & Nathaniel Stern and Zach Lieberman
Installation view: playrecordmint featuring Haystacks by Leander Herzog

Installation view: playrecordmint featuring Haystacks by Leander Herzog

Installation view: playrecordmint featuring Haystacks by Leander Herzog

Installation view: playrecordmint featuring Haystacks by Leander Herzog

DYOR – POAP

By Andreas Gysin (aka ertdfgcvb)

Andreas Gysin created the logo for DYOR. In the exhibition the logo can be collected by visitors as a POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol). 

This POAP is a gift from Kunsthalle Zürich to our exhibition visitors, celebrating a shared memory – their visit to DYOR. A POAP is a new way of keeping a secure record of a life experience. Each time they take part in an event, POAP collectors get a unique badge supported by a cryptographic record. These badges are Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). 

Read more
Installation view: DYOR at Kunsthalle Zürich | @ Fabien Gremaud

Installation view: DYOR at Kunsthalle Zürich | @ Fabien Gremaud

DYOR – POAP

DYOR – POAP

Kunsthalle NFT Edition I – LCD 1

By Andreas Gysin (aka ertdfgcvb)

Curated by Nina Roehrs, Kunsthalle Zürich launches a dedicated NFT edition program, which aims to show the many facets of NFTs in the arts.

It will be kicked off in mid-November with Andreas Gysin’s work LCD 1. LCD 1 is hardware and software as entity. It runs a generative program to create animated text (ASCII/ANSI) compositions, shown on a monochrome display with a strong object character.

Drop date: 25 November 2022 | 18 CET | https://lcd.ertdfgcvb.xyz/auction/

SOLD OUT

Read more
LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

LCD 1 by Andreas Gysin | © Simone Cavadini

Kunsthalle NFT Edition II – DYOR: Crypto Glossary

By Moxarra Gonzales & Adina Glickstein

Drop date: 30 November, 00:30 CET – 1 December, 0:30 CET

Further information following soon

Read more

About

Little more than two years ago, a new art world appeared, and for many it came out of nowhere. This new world ignored museums, galleries, curators and critics (in short: the entire establishment), but arrived dripping with money and generated a lot of interest. The new art world (if it is indeed new) was based on a new technology (blockchain), had its own distribution system (Web3), unregulated aesthetic concepts (evident through NFTs), digital currencies (crypto currencies), new spaces for discussion, critique and promotion (Discord channels and Twitter) and new forms of participation. The reactions to this have been fierce, ranging from unbridled enthusiasm to categorical rejection, from exaggerated hopes to dark doomsday fantasies, from fascination with overnight wealth to criticism of energy consumption. The art world reacted indignantly with familiar accusations, “That’s not art!” or “It’s just commerce!” Years ago the bourgeoisie said the same thing about Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol.

Nevertheless, in the last few months more and more people were heard saying that maybe there was something to this movement after all. That there’s something interesting going on, and it has potential. They say that blockchain is here to stay, that it will be significant for the music industry, that NFTs might not catch on, that the technology allows novel forms of participation, that PFP (profile pictures) were cool but are already out, that the metaverse doesn’t really work yet and will be the next bubble, but that DAOs (decentralised autonomous organisations, a kind of digital global organisation technology) are the future, and so on. It is, in other words, an extremely vital, young, dynamic, contradictory, fascinating, problematic, creative, critical and critiqued field that many people want to know more about and are attracted to. The hunger is there, but many people haven’t found the information. For this reason, Kunsthalle Zürich has decided to dedicate one of the first ever institutional exhibitions of its kind to this world: DYOR.

— Deutsch —

Vor kaum mehr als zwei Jahren tauchte für viele wie aus dem Nichts eine neue Kunstwelt auf. Sie ignorierte Museen, Galerien, Kurator:innen, Kritiker:innen (kurz: die gesamte etablierte Kunstwelt), rückte aber mit Millionen an und sorgte für viel Aufregung. Diese neue Kunstwelt (wenn sie denn wirklich neu ist), basierte auf einer neuen Technologie (Blockchain), verfügte über ein eigenes Vertriebssystem (Web3), über unregulierte ästhetische Vorstellungen (sichtbar gemacht durch NFTs), über digitale Währungen (Crypto Currencies), über neue Räume für Diskussion, Kritik und Promotion (Discord Channels und Twitter) sowie neue Formen der Partizipation. Die Reaktionen darauf waren heftig, von massloser Begeisterung bis kategorischer Ablehnung, von überzogenen Hoffnungen bis dunklen Weltuntergangsphantasien, von Faszination für plötzlichen Reichtum und Kritik am Energieverbrauch. Die Kunstwelt reagiert empört mit den immergleichen Vorwürfen «Das ist keine Kunst!» oder «Das ist nur Kommerz!» Dasselbe sagte das Bildungsbürgertum vor Jahren über Joseph Beuys und Andy Warhol.

In den letzten Monaten hörte man mehr und mehr Leute sagen, dass es vielleicht doch etwas damit auf sich hat, dass dieses oder jenes interessant sei und Potential habe, dass die Blockchain bleiben wird, dass sie für die Musikindustrie bedeutend sein wird, dass NFTs sich vielleicht nicht durchsetzen, dass die Technologie unbekannte Formen der Partizipation erlaube, das PFP (Profil Pictures) cool, aber schon wieder out sind, dass das Metaverse noch nicht wirklich funktioniert und die nächste Blase ist, dass aber den DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organization, eine Art von digital-globaler Organisationstechnik) die Zukunft gehört usw. Es handelt sich, mit anderen Worten, um ein extrem vitales, junges, dynamisches, widersprüchliches, faszinierendes, problematisches, kreatives, kritisches und kritisiertes Gebiet, über das viele mehr wissen wollen und von dem sich viele angezogen fühlen. Der Hunger ist da, das Wissen fehlt vielen. Aus diesem Grund hat sich die Kunsthalle Zürich entschieden, dieser Welt eine der ersten institutionellen Ausstellungen überhaupt zu widmen: DYOR.

Curator

Nina Roehrs

Thank You

With warm thanks to Armin Blasbichler, Judy Mam, Martin Lukas Ostachowski and many more for ideas, advice and contacts.

The exhibition DYOR is realised thanks to the support of the Bundesamt für Kultur and the Fachstelle Kultur of the Canton of Zürich in the framework of the Covid Financial Support ‘Transformationsprojekte’.

Contact

For image inquiries, information on the exhibition program and interviews contact Aoife Rosenmeyer: presse [​at​] kunsthallezurich.ch or +41 (0)44 272 15 15.