1. OUTLAND Tagi Magi

    My neighbours and I in OUTLAND

    My neighbours and I in OUTLAND: Essay for DAS MAGAZIN (Zurich) about the making of the feature-length documentary OUTLAND, which will be screened in autumn this year. (text available in German only) OUTLAND Tagi Magi 7.8.21

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  2. WHAT IT WAS AND WILL BE. Voices in the Cultural Forum

    WHAT IT WAS AND WILL BE. Voices in the Cultural Forum (A sound installation by Michael Schindhelm and Claudio Bucher) Voices: Corinna Kirchhoff and Michael Hanemann, Cornelius Rapp (sound engineering/audio production), Johann Otten (content collaboration/sound design), LORACS GmbH (LRAD technology) Utopias are the blueprints for imaginary spaces in time; the mythical golden age or a […]

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  3. Documentary: Project Lightspeed

    Filmerei (Zurich) and Berlin Producers (Berlin) are producing a documentary together with filmmaker and author Michael Schindhelm about the invention, production and future outlook of the BioNTech mRNA vaccine against COVID-19. The film brings together BioNTech co-founders Dr. Özlem Türeci and Prof. Ugur Sahin, their colleagues who were directly involved in the development and production […]

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  4. “Outland”. The Upcoming Documentary Film.

    Our documentary film about long-term migrants from Ticino’s past and present premieres Summer 2021. More to be announced shortly! “People will never stop leaving their homes, by force or by choice, despite closing borders and lockdowns. This film takes place in Ticino, the Swiss canton in the South, a place I came to call home […]

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  5. Upcoming Documentary On Hong Kong’s Museum M+

    Together with Zurich-based producer Filmerei, Michael Schindhelm and Yawen Schindhelm-Yeo are starting work on the documentary about M+, the first museum of its kind in Asia. Produced for Swiss TV SF DRS and 3Sat, the film focuses on M+ Museum’s opening in summer 2021 in the midst of Hong Kong’s dynamic social situation. The M+ documentary completes a […]

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  6. Upcoming Documentary on Museum M+ in Hong Kong

    Together with Zurich-based producer Filmerei, Michael Schindhelm and Yawen Schindhelm-Yeo are starting work on the documentary “Museum M+: Art & Protest in Hong Kong”. Museum M+ is the first of its kind in Asia, the museum Asia doesn’t yet have. The film, produced for Swiss TV SF DRS and 3Sat, focuses on M+ Museum’s opening […]

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  7. Culture in the Time of Covid: Episode 1

    Update : Watch the video highlights from the “Culture in the Time of Covid” webinar, organised by ASEF (Asia-Europe Foundation) and the Embassy of Switzerland in Singapore. Recorded on 21 & 28 Jan 2021, courtesy of ASEF. Culture in the Time of Covid: Episode 1 Thursday, 21 January 2021 16:00-17:00 SGT via YouTube live broadcast […]

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  8. CULTURE WITHOUT BLUEPRINT

    Culture without Blueprint. EMAA at UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH Weekend Module 8 – 10 Jan, 2021, online Our cultural landscape is in a state of upheaval. Some critics see this exclusively as a threat, others celebrate the advance of the Popular Culture and the emerging digital forms of culture as a liberation from cultural paternalism. The […]

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  9. Collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s Diriyah Gate Development Authority set to continue for three more years

    The collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s Diriyah Gate Development Authority is set to continue for three more years. The Board of Directors has re-appointed Michael Schindhelm along with three members of the Heritage and Culture Committee until June 2023. Diriyah Gate Development Authority was established by Royal Decree in July 2017 to preserve, celebrate and develop the Unesco heritage site At-Turaif and the area of Diriyah […]

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  10. Illusion and reality in the history and future of a baroque wonderland

    In collaboration with Palladium Group and Fondazione Augusto Rancilio, Michael Schindhelm & Yawen Schindhelm-Yeo are developing a short film project featuring the historical Villa Arconati. The Villa Arconati-FAR is a heritage property of great historical, cultural and architectural value. It remains one of the most beautiful and majestic Villas in Milan. Together with its Garden, […]

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  11. What will Culture Look Like After the Pandemic?

    The first part of this paper examines the geopolitical and socio-political situation since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, with a focus on Europe. The second part discusses possible consequences for the cultural sector within the European continent. The paper concludes by attempting to understand the role of culture in post-pandemic society.   PDF: What […]

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  12. The Curious Deal : An extraordinary barter trade

    Indonesian art meets Dresden stories: What does an artist need to live? “Summer 2019, a studio in Yogyakarta, Indonesia: A young artist paints on an eight-meter painting. It shows an oriental prince on a horse, a smoking volcano and: a Dresden tram..” (continued) https://www.dresden2025.de/en/events/2019/the-curious-deal_215529.php      

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  13. Even without a title: Much of the “Neue Heimat Dresden 2025” concept to be implemented

    “On Thursday 12 December 2019, the European Jury officially announced its shortlist of which German bidding cities in the German national competition have gained a place in the final round for the title of “European Capital of Culture 2025”. The City of Dresden bid did not progress to the next candidate stage...” https://www.dresden2025.de/de/news/archiv/2019/even-without-title.php

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  14. “Flags, rattling” – Essay for Tagesspiegel Berlin newspaper, on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

    “The fall of 1989 appears grey and pale in light of current politics. Remembrance routines unbelievably mask the ongoing depression. The longer I am away from Germany, the more I get to see this successful, introverted country through the lens of others. Therefore, I don’t share the depression which hangs over our memories like a […]

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  15. What is new in art today? Video essay for the platform “Neue Kunst Neue Kulturarbeit Kultur & Wissenschaft“ (Contemporary art, cultural work and science) as part of the Showroom Neue Heimat, Deutsches Hygienemuseum Dresden, autumn 2019

    Upon invitation by organisers of the Platform, Michael Schindhelm, curator of Dresden’s European Capital of Culture 2025 campaign, attempts to answer the question:  What is new in art today? Available in German : Wo ist das Neue? from Michael Schindhelm on Vimeo.

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  16. Power of Strangeness: Studio visit in Yogyakarta

    At our invitation, the Indonesian artist Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan) began his research trip in Dresden this May. To better understand the Dresden of today, he traced the footsteps of Raden Saleh, the master of modern Indonesian painting who lived in Dresden during the nineteenth century. Hahan is currently working on a bold […]

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  17. Neue Heimat-Talk with architect Rem Koolhaas in Dresden

    Neue Heimat-Talks is part of a series of events in Dresden’s bid to be the next European Capital of Culture.  Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas makes the first serve, in a conversation with Michael Schindhelm about the role of the European city in the cultural development of our continent. 20 June 2019, 8 PM, Frauenkirche Dresden

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  18. Walter Spies, as the Balinese remember him

    In the first half of June, the shooting of the documentary about artist and musician Walter Spies recommences on the tropical island of Bali. This time, the focus will be on the preparations and performances of the Balinese mask dance “Tuan Tepis”, by the choreographer Wayan Dibia and the composer Dewa Berata, about the life […]

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  19. Neue Heimat Exchange: Conversation and Introduction of the Indonesian Artist Uji Handoko Eko Saputro at the Kunsthaus Dresden

    Neue Heimat Exchange (new home exchange) will be a central building block in the application for the European Capital of Culture 2025. Artists from non-western countries are invited to residencies in Dresden. Uji Handoko Eko Saputro from Yogyakarta (Indonesia) begins by tracing the journey of Raden Saleh, the father of modern Indonesian painting, who lived […]

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  20. Streitbar: Is Art Political and to What Extent?

    Following two events at the Kulturpalast, the successful dialogue series “Streitbar! will be hosted this time at the Semperoper. The office for the Capital of Culture campaign Dresden 2025 has invited three artists to discuss the uneasy relationship between art and politics, the invisible boundaries and what remains of art when it is stripped of […]

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  21. Neue Heimat – Dresden 2025

    On January 11 Lord Mayor Dirk Hilbert, Deputy Mayor for Culture Annekatrin Klepsch and curator Michael Schindhelm announced the City of Dresden’s campaign motto in the competition for the European Capital of Culture 2025. The announcement sparked a local debate about the meaning and values behind “heimat” (German for home, or homeland). The interview is […]

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  22. The Wondrous Life of Walter Spies

    Watch the teaser here. Walter Spies: The first European artist to settle in Bali almost a hundred years ago. His life was a spectacular one, venerated by the Balinese until today, forgotten by the Germans. Born in pre-revolutionary Moscow to an upper-class Russian-German family, Spies showed extraordinary talent in art and music at an early […]

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  23. Reading “Walter Spies. An exotic life”

    Walter Spies left everything behind: his social status as the son of an industrial magnate, his lover, film director Friedrich Murnau, artist friends like Oskar Kokoschka and Otto Dix.  When Walter Spies (1895 1942) immersed himself in the exotic world of Bali, he intensively explored its culture. With his magical-realistic paintings he revolutionized Balinese art and […]

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  24. Press conference : Dresden for European Capital of Culture 2025

    The starting signal for the Cultural Capital Office Dresden 2025 in the new year will be the presentation of our application strategy to the Board of Trustees, consisting of personalities from the fields of art, culture, teaching and research as well as science and business. This committee has accompanied and advised Dresden’s application since March […]

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  25. Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the European Capital of Culture 2019

    Plovdiv and Matera (Italy) are in the starting blocks. Both cities will take over the baton “European Capital of Culture” in January 2019 from Leeuwarden and Valletta. Mayor Dirk Hilbert and cultural capital curator Michael Schindhelm travel to Plovdiv for the opening ceremony in January.

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  26. THE CHINESE LIVES OF ULI SIGG at the MAK Vienna

    CHINESE WHISPERS includes further additions to the Sigg Collection.  This, comprehensive exhibition of Chinese contemporary art, is coming to Vienna. Uli Sigg has been following the development of contemporary art in China since the late 1970s. In the mid-1990s, he began putting together the world’s most significant and representative collection of Chinese art. As a […]

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  27. THE CHINESE LIVES OF ULI SIGG at Roxy, Romanshorn, Switzerland

    The Swissman Uli Sigg played an important role during the opening of China’s economy following the Mao period, a role that continues to this day. In order to better understand China, Sigg – who was called into the country in 1980 as an entrepreneur and economic expert – turned to art and assembled the most […]

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  28. Executive Master of Arts Administration, University of Zurich

    Our cultural landscape is in a state of upheaval. Some critics see this exclusively as a threat, others celebrate the advance of the Popular Culture and the emerging digital forms of culture as a liberation from cultural paternalism. The truth probably lies somewhere between criticism and apology, or includes elements of both. This module will […]

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  29. Preparations for film shoots in Indonesia

    The film production of Wayan Dibia’s mask spectacle “Tuan Tepis” about Walter Spies’ life on Bali is planned for summer 2019. About 50 Balinese dancers and musicians (Çudamani Ensemble) will participate. The production will later become part of the documentary about Spies. Preparations for the June/July shoot are scheduled for February.

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  30. S.T.A.R.S in Singapore

    Matters of Culture : Building Bridges Through Art & Culture, Business, Diplomacy and Soft Power. Keynote talk and workshop by Uli Sigg, Art Collector, Business Leader, Former Swiss Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, Mauensee, Switzerland, and Michael Schindhelm, Member, Stars International Board As part of the international Leadership Program, February, 27/28 2019, Changi […]

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  31. Walter Spies

    In October 2018, the test filming for Michael Schindhelm’s film about the artist Walter Spies will start in Bali and Java. Michael Schindhelm published a biography of Walter Spies in February 2018.

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  32. Germany – The Next Chapter

    The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung hosts the 9th Democracy Congress in Dresden. The event takes place on the 22nd of November and features a discussion with Prof. Dagmar Schipanski, former President of the Landtag of Thuringia, Dr. Michael Schlitt, Chairman of the International Meeting Center St. Marienthal, and Michael Schindhelm. Dr. Joachim Klose will moderate the […]

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  33. Readings: Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben

    The forthcoming biography Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben by Michael Schindhelm was released in February 2018 by Hirmer Verlag. The biography of the painter and musician Walter Spies, who lived in Bali since the 1920’s, is the first biography published in German. Further readings will start in November 2018. Nordhausen | Sparkasse November 14, […]

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  34. Wonderlands symposium in Duesseldorf

    The Frauenkulturbuero NRW (Women Culture Office of North Rhine-Westphalia) is organizing the symposium Wonderlands – Leadership in Performing Arts on the 2nd and 3rd of November, 2018. The two-day event will take place at Schauspielhaus Duesseldorf Central. On the 3rd of November, Dr. Alexandra Manske, sociologist and political scientist, and Michael Schindhelm will talk about […]

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  35. Identity in a Globalised World

    From the 24th of September until the 2nd of October the next Henry Arnhold Summer School 2018 takes place in Dresden. As part of the program, titled Identity in the Global World, Stephan Hoffmann (CO European Capital of Culture) and Michael Schindhelm will lead a workshop on the 29th of September. Identity in the Global […]

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  36. Lecture: World – Europe – Dresden

    Stiftung Kunst und Musik initiated the lecture series Impuls in Dresden. Under the title World – Europe – Dresden, Michael Schindhelm will give a lecture on the 27th of September. The lecture is also part of the finissage of the Realtime exhibition. Impuls: World – Europe – Dresden Thursday, September 27, 2018 7 p.m. CRTD […]

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  37. Lecture: Culture without Blueprint – Reinventing Arts Management

    As part of the Continuing Education program of the Zurich University of the Arts, a summer school takes place from the 30th of August until the 9th of September. Michael Schindhelm’s lecture Culture without Blueprint – Reinventing Arts Management is connected to his online course Vocabularies of Resilient Art Practice. Culture without Blueprint – Reinventing Arts […]

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  38. Tempelhof Summer Festival

    This year’s summer festival of the Tempelhof Airport took place on the 1st of September 2018. On the political stage, Christoph Backes, Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- & Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes, Eva de Klerk, NSM Art City Amsterdam, Torsten Woehlert, Permanent Secretary of Culture, Yasha Young, Director URBAN NATION Museum for Urban Contemporary Art, and Michael Schindhelm discussed […]

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  39. Security or fear in the city?

    Under the title How do we live tomorrow? Security or fear in the city? a conversation took place with Gisela Staupe, Vice Director of the Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden, Volker Lange, head of the criminal department of the police authority in Dresden, the artist Manaf Halbouni and Michael Schindhelm. The talk was part of the […]

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  40. This kiss to the entire world!

    For the German radio channel SWR2 Forum, Burkhard Mueller-Ullrich spoke with the writer and artist agent Heike Melba Fendel, the philosopher and member of parliament (AfD) Marc Jongen and Michael Schindhelm about the possibility of a global culture, major cultural projects in Berlin and Abu Dhabi, cultural differences and relations. Listen to the conversation online […]

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  41. European Capital of Culture Dresden 2025

    In two conversations with the MDR, Michael Schindhelm discusses the application of Dresden as European Capital of Culture 2025 and talks about the artist Walter Spies, whose path also led him to Dresden Hellerau. The conversations are also dedicated to the conflicts and social divisions that characterize Dresden at the moment and are “exemplary […] for […]

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  42. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg

    On the 17th of July, the documentary The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg will be available as a home video version and can be purchased via Icarus Film in the US. The documentary is available for pre-order on iTunes. Further information

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  43. Blick – Guest contribution by Michael Schindhelm

    Michael Schindhelm published a guest contribution for the Swiss magazine Blick. The report deals with the current political situation in Germany. It reflects on the situation during a Pegida demonstration in Dresden and the negotiations on the European asylum policy. Read the contribution online (German language).

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  44. HAU Berlin – Claiming Common Spaces

    In alliance with other international production houses, HAU Hebbel am Ufer presents the project Claiming Common Spaces. On June 21, Michael Schindhelm will join a panel discussion “On the Situation of Our Cities”. Claiming Common Spaces explores Henri Lefebvre’s essay Right to the City through installations, performances and music. A lecture by urban sociologist Sharon Zukin […]

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  45. Zuerich Orakel

    In January 2018, the project Zuerich Orakel started as part of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in Zurich and brought word by Zwingli, Calvin and others to several public spaces. The transmedia literature project can be visited on the website zh-orakel.ch.

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  46. Saechsische Zeitung: Dresden European Capital of Culture 2025

    The magazine Saechsische Zeitung reported on Michael Schindhelm’s new role as curator for Dresden’s application for the title of European Capital of Culture 2025. The article by Karin Großmann focusses on the challenges and strategies in Dresden, that can deal with “a heterogeneous society full of different interests”. Read the article “Der Nomade” online (in […]

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  47. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg

    After last year’s theatrical release of The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg in the US, Icarus Films (New York) is going to distribute the film in home media including DVD from July 17 onwards.

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  48. When Bali became a hotspot

    The German magazine Thueringer Allgemeine published an article on the biography Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben, published in February 2018. In his contribution Karsten Jauch reports on the journey of the artist Walter Spies that led him to Bali in the 1920’s. Download the review “When Bali became a hotspot” (German language). Image: Walter […]

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  49. European Capital of Culture Dresden 2025

    On the 14th of March, Michael Schindhelm was appointed as the curator for Dresden’s application for the title of European Capital of Culture 2025. In 2025, Germany and Slovenia have the opportunity to choose a Capital of Culture. Among others, Thomas de Maizière, Gerhard R. Baum and Marion Ackermann became members of the advisory board […]

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  50. Walter Spies – Saechsische Zeitung

    In his review on Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben, published by Saechsische Zeitung, Rafael Barth reports on the life of the artist Walter Spies, who said “I want to go there”, before he left for Bali. It was a “simple sentence of all who wish far away. With the difference: Walter Spies followed courageously.” […]

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  51. Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben: Review in the Tagesspiegel

    Christian Schroeder reviewed the biography Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben for the Tagesspiegel. The article shows what importance Spies had on Bali. It was “the dilemma of Walter Spies” that he “helped to open up the island for tourism after he fled to the remoteness of Bali”. Read the review online or download the […]

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  52. Review – The Wondrous World of Walter Spies

    Accompanying the first public reading of “Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben”, a review was published by the Suedthueringer Zeitung. The audience at the Wandelhalle Bad Liebstein had the opportunity to gain insight into the life of Walter Spies, who “built a refuge in the tropical paradise that became a space of co-living with numerous […]

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  53. Walter Spies – A Modern Man

    Accompanying the release of the biography Walter Spies – Ein exotisches Leben [Walter Spies – An Exotic Life] the Swiss magazine Das Magazin published a contribution by Michael Schindhelm. Schindhelm describes the life journey of the artist Spies, that started in elitist circles of Moscow and Berlin and led him to paradisiac island Bali in […]

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  54. Study Trip to Hong Kong

    From March 29 until April 6, the Zurich University of the Arts organizes a study trip on the Art and Cultural Landscape in Hong Kong. It is part of the Global Culture Studies program at the Centre for Continuing Education. During the study trip Michael Schindhelm will lead the two-day workshop on the M+ Museum […]

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  55. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg on 3sat

    The TV Channel 3sat will broadcast The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg fort he first time in Germany. The documentary will be shown on the 9th of June at 10:30 p.m.. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg 3sat June 09, 2018 10:30 p.m.

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  56. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg – AAS Film Expo

    The Asian Studies Annual Conference, that takes place in Washington DC, screens The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg as part of its Film Expo program. The documentary will open the four day event on the 22nd of March. Further information about the program. Further information about the Film Expo.

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  57. A Chinese Journey – Exhibition at the Het Noordbrabants Museum

    The Het Noordbrabants Museum in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands, presents the exhibition A Chinese Journey, from March 17 to July 8, 2018. The exhibition displays a selection of contemporary Chinese art from The Sigg Collection. Also, the documentary The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg will be part of the exhibition. More information

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  58. Lecture in Singapore

    On the 1st of March, Michael Schindhelm will hold a lecture at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. The lecture The Untold Story of Contemporary China through Art takes place at the School of Art, Design and Media.

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  59. Bird’s Nest – Screening at the ETH Future Cities Laboratory

    On the 22nd of February, the documentary Bird’s Nest, directed by Christoph Schaub and Michael Schindhelm was screened at ETH Singapore as part of the Future Cities Laboratory. The screenings took place in presence of Michael Schindhelm and was followed by a discussion. Bird’s Nest Thursday, 22 February 2018 6 p.m. Future Cities Laboratory 1 […]

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  60. Zurich Oracle

    About  Why 500 years of Reformation in Zurich?  There are many reasons. This project picked out two of them: In the beginning was the word: Huldrych Zwingli made the Bible accessible to ordinary people with his translation. From now on, it was no longer necessary to have a priest to speak to God and understand […]

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  61. "Newspaper Reader" by Ai Weiwei

    Film screening at the Guggenheim Museum

    On the 5th of January, the Guggenheim Museum in New York will screen The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg. The documentary is part of the exhibition series Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World. The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg January 5, 2018 3 pm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum More information on the series […]

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  62. Culture and Society – University of Zurich

    Michael Schindhelm will head a module on Culture and Society of the Executive Master in Arts Administration at the University of Zurich. The course takes place from February 09 –11, 2018. It will deal with the transformation of the cultural landscape through the influence of cultural globalization and digital networks. Further information

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  63. Culture and Economy forum at LAC Lugano

    Michael Schindhelm will hold the final presentation of the Culture and Economy Forum at LAC Lugano on March 9th. The forum discusses the relationship between culture and tourism in Switzerland. Among others Sabina Schwarzenbach, Director, Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, Hedy Graber, Head of Culture and Social Affairs, Association of the Migros Cooperative, and Yves Fischer, […]

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  64. Global Risks: Impact and Opportunities / stars symposium 2018

    The upcoming stars symposium will take place in Singapore, from February 28 – March 3, 2018. Under the title Global Risks – Impact and Opportunities, international speakers will talk about developments in Asia, globalization, digital disruption, and soft power. Michael Schindhelm will discuss Contemporary Art as Soft Power in Asia. The talk will be followed by a panel […]

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  65. Dubai Speed – Reading

    On the 31st of January, Michael Schindhelm will present his book Dubai Speed, published in 2009, at Mayersche bookstore in Ahlen, Germany. The event takes place as part of the “political-cultural weeks – 2018”. Further information Michael Schindhelm: Dubai Speed – Eine Erfahrung Wednesday, January 31, 2018 7 p.m. Mayersche Buchhandlung Oststr. 67 59227 Ahlen […]

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  66. 500 Years of Reformation

    The project titled Zuerich-Orakel [Zurich Oracle] takes place from January 03 to February 28, 2018. The artistic communication project is part of the Zurich Reformation Jubilee. It focuses on the Zwinglian influence on Reformation and its impact on printing, capitalism, and the national ethic in Switzerland. Website: zh-orakel.ch Further information

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  67. Cadrage awards in Zurich

    On the 21st of November, the Cadrage film award took place in Zurich. Michael Schindhelm was awarded with the sponsorship award in the Succès category for his documentary The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg. The Zurich Filmfunds endows the award with 30.000 CHF. Read more about the award and the ceremony.

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  68. Letzter Vorhang

    The recently published novel Letzter Vorhang by Michael Schindhelm was presented at Haus der Berliner Festspiele on the 7th of May, 5:30 p.m., during the 54th Theatertreffen. In Switzerland the first reading of the novel – published by Theater der Zeit –  took place on the 28th of May at Theater Neumarkt, Zurich. Upcoming readings: August 23: Bider&Tanner, Basel, […]

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  69. Interview in the Ostthueringer Zeitung

    Accompanying the upcoming readings in Gera, Weimar, and Berlin, the Ostthueringer Zeitung published an interview with Michael Schindhelm. The conversation focused on the his work in Thueringen during the 1990’s, when the theaters in Altenburg and Gera merged under his direction. Read the interview online. Download the interview (German language). Readings

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  70. stars Switzerland: Crises in Abundance – Leadership in Turbulent Times

    The stars symposium that already took place in Singapore and Chengdu in 2017 will host its final event in this year in Stein am Rhein. Titled Crises in Abundance – Leadership in Turbulent Times the symposium invites international speaker from the 23rd till the 26th of September to Switzerland. On the 24th of September, Michael […]

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  71. Upcoming screenings of The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg

    As part of the Garage Screen summer cinema program, the documentary The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg will be screened at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow. Subsequent to the screening, a Q&A will be held in presence of the protagonist Uli Sigg. Garage Screen August 14, 2017 9–11 p.m. Garage Square, Gorky Park Moscow In September […]

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