- Digital Formats
In five short videos, the curator Dominique Gauzin-Müller gives insights into the exhibition: About unusual plant fibres like fungi used as building materials, locally grown straw and hemp working as insulation material and trees, as still-living plants, becoming architecture.
The ifa galleries' programme focus 'Environment' looks at traces left by colonisation and globalisation in our environment and encounters worldwide, local forms of resistance. The destruction of ecosystems, land grabbing, and the associated obliteration of cultural identities are addressed. Simultaneously, the strength of indigenous concepts of life and nature for shaping the future becomes apparent.
ifa Gallery Stuttgart
Tuesday – Sunday: 12.00 – 18.00 during exhibition periods
Closed on Monday and on 17.9.2021.
Information related to the Corona pandemic
The ifa Gallery Stuttgart is open since 1 June. Current distance and hygiene standards apply. Registration not necessary. The Gallery opening is subject to any revision of Corona protection measures issued by the state of Baden-Württemberg.
The ifa Galleries show the visual arts, architecture and design of a globalized world. They have been addressing contemporary art and current cultural and socio-political developments in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe since 1971 in Stuttgart and since 1991 in Berlin. Exhibition series afford insight into art scenes all over the world and reach across national borders. Conversations, lectures and discussions allow visitors direct contact with artists and curators.