Adrián Villar Rojas The Theater of Disappearance
13 | 05 — 27 | 08 | 2017
Art can be experienced and sometimes also understood as a special expression of the reality of life. It grants us extraordinary qualities of perception, fascinates, polarizes, and provokes us to think for ourselves.
At the interface of the artwork, the audience, and society, the art education team at the Kunsthaus Bregenz does its best to assist visitors in their exploration of contemporary art and to develop custom forms of dialogue to meet the different needs. Concrete ways of getting started include the audio guide with initial information about art or the KUB Live Guide available on weekends to answer questions at the exhibitions.
The regular guided tours conducted Thursdays at 6 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m., and Sundays at 4 p.m. have become a permanent part of the event program. Appointments for individual tours can also be made.
Special highlights include the tours led by the director or curator, studio visits, dialogue tours with the artists, or architectural and backstage tours.
Events such as "KUB + Coffee" or subjective tours help develop a sense of one's own perception. In the special tours for teachers, participants are shown different age-specific approaches to help students learn about the artworks on display. In addition to the Art Dragon and the weekly Saturday workshops aimed at explaining the exhibitions to small children, the KUB also offers: