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cu(t)bus5 BLACK&WHITE
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cu(t)bus5 BLACK&WHITE
32m2 KARTON – 10 TAGE ZEIT –
3 KÜNSTLER – 1 THEMA

RO* (RODJA GALLI), BROCCOLI (BASIL ANLIKER), ONUR (ONUR DINC)
MI 14. – FR 23. APRIL, 2010 – LOGE, PROGR (INNENHOF) BE

Was mit einem vollgestopften Kleinlaster beginnt, entpuppt sich einige Handwerker-Stunden später als cu(t)bus: Ein verschraubtes Stahlgerüst von 4m x 4m x 2m, ausgekleidet mit 1cm-starkem Verpackungskarton. Ein Künstler-Team gestaltet den «Karton-Raum» in einer Live-Malaktion von Innen zu einer jeweils ausgewählten Thematik aus – eine Art 360°-Wandbild entsteht. Das Ganze jedoch ohne konkrete Planung und Konzept im Voraus. Vielmehr wird spontan vor Ort agiert, und reagiert … und immer gegen die Zeit gearbeitet. An der Finissage/Auktion können jeweils Teile des Gemäldes zu erschwinglichen Preisen erworben werden: Während der Auktion wird das cu(t)bus–Gemälde auf Wunschformate der Gäste aufgeteilt, zerschnitten und zu einem fairen Quadratmeterpreis «versteigert».

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