The Greenwashing exhibition sees companies critically. These advertise individual “green” services, but their core business does not remain sustainable. Green outside, black inside. Is this customer cheating? Does that work for him and the politician? How do greenwashers work?
The exhibition explored these questions with installations, photos, paintings, videos and computer games. found in parallel Talks by the exhibiting artists, “Criticism of companies’ sustainability reports” and “What can the customer do?”
Exhibiting artists from Greenwashing
Stephan Gross, (untitled), 2006, Berlin, photo collage, 53 x 98cm
Almut Iser , Schöner Schein, 2013, Berlin, oil on MDF, 2 pieces 50 x 50cm
Yair Kira , AT HOME. NO PLACE IN THE WORLD IS MORE IMPORTANT, 2013, Berlin, installation, armchair POÄNG , table LACK, poster “IKEA Catalog 2011”, print, acrylic in frame STRÖMBY , sound, 2 x 2 x 2m
molledindustria, artist collective Molleindustria, McDonald’s Video Game, 2006, Italy, Video Game
Javier Perez Lanzac
¿Qué fue de Granada? (What happened to Granada?) – Three thoughts on “green-washed” urbanism, 2013, Berlin, photo collage, 3 pieces in a frame 23 x 23cm
RAM: Recycling as a motif, 2009/2013, Berlin, interactive installation, 72 wooden IKEA picture frames “RAM”.
each 13 x 18 x 0.8 cm and snippets from the IKEA catalog from 2009
Curated by Tom Albert
June 6 – July 15, 2013
Vernissage : Thursday, June 6th, 2013 Enrique Cantillo from Colombia danced “Greenwashing”.
” Artist talk” The participating artists talk about their work. Moderated by Tom Albert Mrs. 7.6.
“ Are companies as green as their reports? ” With Jana Gebauer, IÖW, moderated by Tom Albrecht, Mrs. 14.6.
“ How does the customer unmask greenwashing? “, moderated by Yair Kira , Mrs. 21.6.
Closing date : Thursday, July 11th, 2013
Curators: Tom Albrecht, Javier Perez-Lanzac