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Help Work Art

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Dutch Art Desk (DADch) asked Orgacom in May 2003 to research perception of contemporary Swiss identity. In Zurich, Geneva, Bern, Lausanne en Scuol Orgacom interviewed Dutch expatriates in Switzerland and experts on Swiss culture. Visitors were asked to vote for one of ten art proposals that reflected what the Dutch perceive as attractive or fascinating about Swiss culture during the group exhibition 'Help Work Art' in gallery BINZ 39 in Zurich curated by Hanneke Frühauf and Dorothee Messmer. One of the proposals is to ask people when they feel like they are in a temporary, imaginary Swiss zone. A temporary Swiss zone is a feeling or sensation that you are in Switzerland or experiencing Swiss culture outside of Switzerland. Another proposal introduces the concept of copySwiss, a perfect copy placed in a new context in a seamless way. During the exhibition a symposium about social art takes place at the Kunstmuseum of Kanton Thurgau.

Participating artists
Atelier für Sonderaufgaben (Frank und Patrik Riklin)
interpixel (Eva Maria Würth & Philip Sablonier)
Markus Brenner
mit (Klodin Erb, Sabine Hagmann, Regula Michell, Eliane Rutishauser, Karolin Schreiber, Alessandra Taverini, Meret Wandeler, Agatha Zobrist & Hanna Züllig)
Nebojsa Milikic
Orgacom (Teike Asselbergs & Elias Tieleman)
RELAX (Marie Antoinette Chiarenza & Daniel Hauser)
Zeljka Marusic & Andreas Helbling

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Handout BINZ 39
 
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Art proposals
 
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