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German exposition

Bill Hengst. Untitled

International Munich Art Lab

The artistically gifted young people of the International Munich Art Lab (IMAL) work for one year with professional artists and take part in the whole production process from the first sketches of ideas up to a professional presentation. The aesthetic responsibility lies with these young participants. IMAL sees itself as a starting point for a career within the creative fields and focuses on a comprehensive qualification with an emphasis on regular presentation of the young artists’ work.

More than 50 young artists work together on the rendering of the Eksperimenta! theme “Space”, which finds its interpretation through all the mediums of the visual arts.

IMAL. Work in process

The spectrum ranges from photography, drawings, paintings, video installations and computer-generated works that will be presented in the exhibition hall to sculptures and installations for the outdoor area. In the outdoor exhibition space, which leads from the pathway to the indoor exhibition building, the young artists will create a row of sculptures consisting of over 20 static and mobile sculptures, installations and objects of different sizes. The participants will develop their concepts together and present, within this common idea, their own individual notions and ideas on the theme “Space”. “The Vessel” was chosen as a conceptual basis connecting the sculptures and installations, conveying the primal idea of space as well as symbolizing the group, inner security, nourishment and abundance.

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