Opening 50x50x50 everything for everyone
05 June, 10.30 a.m.
Art gives everything for everyone.
What it was, is and will be.
This year, the exhibition format 50x50x50, conceived as a Bienniale, is part of the Euregio Museum Year on the theme of mobility, transit and transfer and will be placed in a supra-regional context for the first time. For the first time, artists from the three european regions of Tyrol, South Tyrol and Trentino have been invited to submit their works to the sixth edition of 50x50x50.
"Everything is intended for everyone – for the black and the white, the yellow and the red; the normal and the non-normal; the orthodox and the misfit, the poor and the rich; the laughers and the criers – for all in equal measure. The language of art is universal: it is understood by all and addressed to all, with no one excluded.
Art is the worldwide, timeless search for enlightenment as well as the unrestricted transfer of all visions from what was conceived and created. Because art cannot be possessed but only experienced, because art can always be divided into equal parts for all, it becomes not less but more, with everything that is in it and comes from it belonging to everyone."
Selma Mahlknecht & Kurt Gritsch
Coordinator of the Fortress Franzensfeste
Mayor of Franzensfeste and President Oppidum
NIEMANDEM NICHTS sees itself as an echo
and counter-reflection to the motto everything.
The performance makes visible in a poetic way,
what the pandemic has done to us and out of us,
reflects isolation and a lack of perspective
and yet offers an outlook on new horizons.
Rottenart Productions: Rixa Rottonara & Kristina Francisco
Sound: Paula Wolff
Technical support: Thore Meyer
30 – 40 min
Origo artificis hominis
Crossroad Influences deals with the topic of values,
inclusion and exclusion, with reference to the intergenerational
to the intergenerational cultural alpine identity.
alpine identity. The performers let themselves be guided by the
the external soundscape into a ritual and leave patterns and
and leave patterns and demarcations in the earth.
The resulting installation is exhibited outdoors
and continues to develop organically during this time.
The participating artists are:
Gino Alberti. AliPaloma. Leonhard Angerer. Silvia Barbolini. Klaus Bartl. Elisa Bergmann. Matteo Boato.
Katrin Böge. Italo Bressan. Hanna Burckardt. Wolfgang Capellari. Katharina Cibulka. Luciano Civettini.
Luca Coser. Josefh Delleg. Drifters (Valentina Miorandi + Sandrine Nicoletta). Experimental Setup.
Alda Failoni. Elisabeth Frei. Astrid Gamper. Markus Gasser. Annamaria Gelmi. Elisa Grezzani.
Orlando Rojas Gutiérrez. Ingrid Heiss. Christoph Hinterhuber. Sonya Hofer. Andreas Holzknecht.
Johannes Inderst. Markus Keim & Beate Hecher. Adama Keita. Federico Lanaro. Tomaso Marcolla.
Angelo Demitri Morandini. Doris Moser. Elisabeth Moser. Raphael Mur. Helmut Nindl.
Gerald Kurdoğlu Nitsche. Ismaele Nones. Laurina Paperina. Dalia Parisi Stix. Hans Peter Ploner.
Martin Pöll. Anuschka Prossliner. Paula Prugger. Peter Raneburger. Simon Rauter. Sylvie Riant.
Rottenart Productions. Matthias Schönweger. Maria Stockner. Georg Tappeiner. Rolando Tessadri.
Hartwig Thaler. Martina Tscherni. Peter Verwunderlich. Maria Walcher. Heidrun Widmoser.
Benjamin Zanon. Michael Ziegler.