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Hallucinogenic trip without the pesky side effects

in Arts/Leipzig tips/What's on
Hallucinogenic installation at KKW
Giganten der Renaissance @ KKW. (Photo: Luca Migliore)

“It’s as if all the stiffness and the physical barriers between you and the art had been broken. Sitting still the whole time, you’re constantly surrounded by it as it moves all around you, 360 degrees.”

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KKW: Selvita & other upcycling highlights

in Arts/Lifestyle/What's on
Selvita snakes. Photo © Marcela Ceballos
Selvita snakes. Photo © Marcela Ceballos

“A being made up of various matters will eventually be reborn as a different being as time passes.”

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Stateless: Intercultural Day at KKW

in Arts/Reviews

In the intimate room, it isn’t just the narrative of the play that we, the audience, are immersed in; a braid of colourful narratives weaves itself throughout the room, gliding between the storytellers, the puppeteers and the audience.

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KKW: “Hybrid Bodies” art engages with the new heart

in Arts/Philosophies
Dancers Linnea Gwiazda (left) and Maxine Segalowitz perform live the video art piece by Canadian artist Ingrid Bachmann in which they appear: "The Gift," on the experience of organ transplant recipients, at Hybrid Bodies, KKW, Leipzig. (Photo: Ana Ribeiro)
Dancers Linnea Gwiazda (left) and Maxine Segalowitz perform live the video art piece by Canadian artist Ingrid Bachmann in which they appear: "The Gift," on the experience of organ transplant recipients, at Hybrid Bodies, KKW, Leipzig. (Photo: Ana Ribeiro)

Prepare for optical illusion and interactive surprises as you explore different components of the exhibit dealing with heart transplants.

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Flying High: Young Chinese Photography

in Arts/O & P Highlights

9 Chinese photographers and video artists, many of who deal with social change.

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f/stop: end of the world as we know it

in Arts/O & P Highlights
Robert Capa, [Gerda Taro sleeping, Paris], 1935-36, Negative. both photographers will be on exhibit at f/stop

With over 10,000 visitors, Leipzig’s f/stop is one of Germany’s most important international photography festivals.

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