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Monumental light installations, media projections on building facades and streets, artistic interventions, and experimental events will transform Karlsruhe during the Seasons of Media Arts into a stage for innovative, cooperative, and networked media art.

From September to December 2020, a variety of media-based artistic projects will be on show in the urban space of Karlsruhe. These projects, accompanied by special programs designed by various institutions and initiatives in Karlsruhe, invite the public to interact and explore our information- and media technology-based reality.  Here, “media” are understood literally as expressive tools that open up artistic access to current issues such as the climate crisis or democracy in the age of social media. Find out more here.

 

Due to the current situation and contact restrictions caused by COVID-19, we are extending Seasons of Media Arts until 2021. The artworks in the public space will be shown for longer, but unfortunately a few will not be able to start as planned. You can find the updated locations and durations for all artworks at zkm.de and cityofmediaarts.de. Where possible, we want present art in public spaces for both our citizens and visitors, always following the motto: with caution and distance!

 

Map of the Artworks

Site plan, Seasons of Media Arts, 2020 / © ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Felix Plachtzik and Marcel Strauss

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  • KME Karlsruhe Marketing and Event Ltd
    KME Karlsruhe Marketing and Event Ltd
  • KTG Karlsruhe Tourism Ltd
    KTG Karlsruhe Tourism Ltd
  • K³ Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaftsbüro Karlsruhe
    K³ Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaftsbüro Karlsruhe
  • Service des affaires culturelles de la Ville de Karlsruhe
    Service des affaires culturelles de la Ville de Karlsruhe
  • Ville de Karlsruhe, relations extérieures et marketing stratégique
    Ville de Karlsruhe, relations extérieures et marketing stratégique
  • ZKM | Centre d’art et des médias
    ZKM | Centre d’art et des médias