The Freud Museum presents Wittgenstein’s Dream, an exhibition of work by Gavin Turk and the latest in a critically acclaimed series curated by James Putnam. Turk’s installation and intervention in Freud’s former residence investigates the intriguing conceptual dialogue between two enlightened Viennese thinkers of the 20th century, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
Thinking Place consists of the presentation of a series of architectural objects/models that are attempts to ‘reimagine’ Wittgenstein’s hut using the limited available visual resources. In addition, the exhibition will include photographs and drawings and field notes that reflect the breadth and variety of visual and practical research that Mark Riley has undertaken over the […]
As part of the Goodbye Wittgenstein international exchange artists from Austria and UK talk about their Linz - Birmingham cultural connections. Artists Verena Henetmayr, Thomas Philipp and Andre Zogholy from qujOchÖ who are participating in the Goodbye Wittgenstein international exchange will talk about the development of their project.