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May 17-8 September 2013,Â Make active choices. Art and ecology : How? ,Â Museum of Modern Art
Freiburg is particularly Â involved Â in ecological issues; as a â€œGreen cityâ€ it Â takes part in current discussions about sustainable development. In this dynamic, artists can bring new ideas : by getting involved, infiltrating, polemicising, reinterpreting and offering alternatives.For the exhibitionÂ Make active choices. Art and ecology : How?Â national and international artists are taking part the reflexion. With the active involvement of the visitors, the interaction between man and the environment becomes a concrete experience.
Freiburg theatre is taking part in the project by holding a symposium and an experimental game called â€œRegiodromâ€. In front of the museum itself, urban gardeners work together with interested visitors to create green spaces. Moreover, the documentary â€œEarthâ€, directed by Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield, reveals insights into the natural world â€“ providing a starting point and incentive for sustainable activities.
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