post-title NEWS: Glutton? Thinking society without growth | Kunsthalle Münster and others | 27.11.2021-27.02.2021

NEWS: Glutton? Thinking society without growth | Kunsthalle Münster and others | 27.11.2021-27.02.2021

NEWS: Glutton? Thinking society without growth | Kunsthalle Münster and others | 27.11.2021-27.02.2021

NEWS: Glutton? Thinking society without growth | Kunsthalle Münster and others | 27.11.2021-27.02.2021

“Glutton? Thinking society without growth (> Nimmersatt? Gesellschaft ohne Wachstum denken)” opens at the end of November 2021. As a cooperation between the Kunsthalle Münster, the LWL Museum of Art and Culture and the Westfälischer Kunstverein, “Nimmersatt?” spans three institutions.

The exhibition focuses on how human activity and constant growth change our coexistence and the environment. The opening day will take place on Friday, 26 November 2021 from 4 p.m. in the three locations with various talks (more below).

Human activity has a significant impact on the environment. The economically privileged Global North largely follows the view that it has no other option than growth. But growth is finite, processes are out of balance, built on social inequality and an exploitation of nature/environment. This makes it necessary to leave existing paths, to consciously break away from accustomed and taken-for-granted maxims and to put the belief system of more and more and more up for discussion. …

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Image caption: Anita Molinero, Sans titre, 2009, Reifen aus Natur- und Synthesekautschuk mit Rußzusatz, Behälter aus Polyethylen, Kabel, 150 x 160 x 130 cm, Centre d’art bastille (CAB) Grenoble, Courtesy die Künstlerin, Galerie Thomas Bernard, © Adagp, Paris, 2021, Photo: Christophe Levet.

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