• Gummikanone, 1968 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, mixed media, latex, 190 x 76 x 42 cm
    Gummikanone, 1968 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, mixed media, latex, 190 x 76 x 42 cm
  • Hose durchsichtig, 1969 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, plexiglass, rubber, 185 x 65 x 40 cm
    Hose durchsichtig, 1969 • fiber-glass reinforced polyester, plexiglass, rubber, 185 x 65 x 40 cm
  • Untitled, 2017 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
    Untitled, 2017 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
  • Untitled, 2012 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
    Untitled, 2012 • water colour on Arches paper, 105 x 75 cm
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
    Die Nichtschönen. Werke 1967–1974, 2021 • installation view at Kunsthalle Basel (CH)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
    Joachim Bandau. Ophelia und das Mannequin, 2016 • installation view at Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE)
  • Joachim Bandau, 2013 • installation view at de Young Museum, San Francisco (US)
    Joachim Bandau, 2013 • installation view at de Young Museum, San Francisco (US)

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La Biennale de Lyon

Future Bodies from a Recent Past—Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s

“Future Bodies from a Recent Past” brings to life a hitherto little-noticed phenomenon in art and sculpture in particular: the reciprocal interpenetration of body and technology. With works by around 60 artists—primarily from Europe, the USA and Japan—the exhibition is dedicated to the major technological changes since the post-war period and takes a look at their influence on our ideas of bodies. The exhibition is a journey through materials, forms, and modes of expression in sculpture, which has changed more in the last 70 years than probably ever before in its long history.
at Museum Brandhorst, Munich (D)

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