Intervention, exhibition, events: 03. – 19.12.2014 // 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. // Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan & Nextbangalore Gatishil Space*
Opening Nextbangalore Gatishil Space, incl. Weltstadt exhibition: 3.12. 2014 // 5.00 p.m. // Nextbangalore Gatishil Space*
Free entry. All are welcome!
In collaboration with the MOD Institute
Who creates the city? Who shapes it future? The Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan and the MOD Institute invite you to the Weltstadt exhibition and a series of events, designed to address urban issues. Learn more about bottom up city development and become part of the process in the Nextbangalore Gatishil Space.
Further events (subject to change):
Book Presentation: Making Friends in Bangalore by Sebastian Lörscher
Friday, 5. 12. 2014 // 6.00 p.m. // Nextbangalore Gatishil Space*
Art project: Make 48
Participatory public art project by the Bangalore based Klatsch collective.
Saturday & Sunday, 6.12-7.12.2014 // Along the metro line from Indiranagar to MG Road
Forum: Artistic Interventions in Public Spaces
With bangaloREsidents Maximilian Erbacher, Uwe Jonas, and Ralf Homann. Archana Prasad of Jaaga will moderate the event.
Wednesday, 10.12. 2014 // 6.00 p.m. // Nextbangalore Gatishil Space*
Film Screening: Berlin Babylon by Hubertus Siegert
Wednesday, 11.12. 2014 // 6.30 p.m. // Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan
Weltstadt exhibition an the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bahvan
from Monday, 15.12.2014 // daily 2.00 – 6.30 p.m. // Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan
Presentations: Who creates the city?
Leona Lynen presents Weltstadt - the global project Bangalore-based initiatives present local urban projects
Thursday, 18.12. 2014 // 6.00 p.m. // Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan
Closing: Nextbangalore Gatishil Space, incl. Weltstadt exhibition
Friday, 19.12.2014 // 6.00 p.m. // Nextbangalore Gatishil Space*
*The Nextbangalore Gatishil Space is an urban intervention that transforms a vacant plot into an inviting temporary public space, open to all. Nextbangalore is an initiative of MOD Institute engaged in developing future visions for the city through public participation.
We are proud that Bangalore was selected as one of 16 cities worldwide for the Weltstadt project, a recent initiative on informal and innovative city development.
The current exhibition documents local actors and discusses global trends. It will be shown both in the Nextbangalore Gatishil Space and in the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan.
All photos © MOD Institute