Global Village - m20d20
Welcome to the Global Village, the center of the minus20degree Festival for Art & Architecture.
The theory about the global village was developed by Marshall McLuhan in the 1960s and describes how humanity, supported by digital media, has turned planet earth into a village. Today the Global Village seems to have become reality with Twitter, Whatsapp and Facebook as its rumor mill. The question that concerns us here is: what role does physical space, art and architecture play in this new reality?
The Global Village - festival center of minus20degree - consists of temporary buildings, designed and built by 17 architecture students. Invited spatial thinkers provide a theoretical reflection on the topic.
Link to the m20d website.
Artists: Flachau Boëdromios by Wolfgang Obermair (DE) & Peter Fritzenwallner (AT); Amalgama by Luc Messinezis (GR); The Moon on Earth, People in the Sky by Leonid Tishkov (RUS); Walking the Machine - Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum (NL); Mobile Highspeed Exhibitions - For a Highspeed Society by Oliver Hangl (AT); Snowman Commits Suicide by Anna Vasof (AT/GR); The Unfolding of Empty Space by Joshua Legallienne (UK); Slide by Liddy Scheffknecht (AT); Deconstructing Nature by Antti Laitinen (FIN)
Global Village & Raumtheorie: Joachim Schultz-Granberg & Wilhelm Scherübl with students of the FH Münster: Moritz Böntrup, Mark Deutzmann, Niklas Ferdenhert, Bent Gosda, Alexander Hoffmann, Linda Junfermann, Lisa Klasberg, Anne Kolb, Philine Farina Marie Klüver, Alexander Lehnert, Sarah Maier, Alexander Niehaves, Jonas Frederik Ritgen, Lukas Rohenkohl, Mira Schneider, Rebecca Vöge, Bastian Willimowski