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August 3nd â€“ October 30th,Â Arte SusteMobile,Â Hamburg /Â RE-ART t(W)oo, Otterndorf (Germany)
Arte SusteMobileÂ Â is an art and design exhibition which focuses on sustainable traffic and mobility.Â Some of the themes exhibited are : art in public transport, innovative means of public transport, human powered vehicles, flying and driving with hydrogen and solar power, solar airships, bionic structured airplanes, one world transport, energy efficient and noise reductive technologies and much moreâ€¦ In total over 70 artists, designers and university teams from 20 nations are involved.
RE-ART t(W)ooÂ â€“ shows art and design in the context of recycling, waste and social development. 55 artists from 15 nations exhibiting their works made from all kind of waste and scrap plus other positions pointing onto social and ecological problems and challenges.
Both exhibitions are curated by Samuel J. Fleiner.
For more information about the projectÂ :Â click hereÂ andÂ here
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