Oct 1
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Oct 25

Bauhaus Open-End

Free

What is the innovative impact of the Bauhaus today, 100 years after its formation? The Goethe-Institut Tokyo has repeatedly tried to answer this question within the last months, and will offer lectures, documentaries, a virtual reality tour, videogames, and a digital reader on this matter throughout October and November 2019.

The program of Bauhaus Open-End will present surprising reinterpretations of the German art school’s concepts by students who are currently in training for jobs in the creative sector, and will challenge the myths surrounding the Bauhaus with the help of the latest research findings.

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