Art Museum Solothurn: Rimini Protokoll

By Haug / Kaegi / Wetzel

For the first time, a whole series of original works by Rimini Protokoll will be made accessible in an exhibition for several months and placed within the context of other works. A presentation of works staged as a multimedia installation: Here, the focus is on global networks of the arms trade and the food industry, on climate change and migration, and on the question: What happens when the statistics of the city of Solothurn get 100 faces?
Presented are Evros Walk Water pt.1 (loop for museums), Feast of Food, the installation 100% Solothurn and the app The Walks, as well as installations on Annual Shareholders Meeting, Situation Rooms, Temple du présent, World Climate Conference and Davos State of the World/Weltzustand Davos.
Concept: Stefan Kaegi, Daniel Wetzel
With works by Helgard Haug, Stefan Kaegi, Daniel Wetzel
Technical coordination: Martin Schwemin
Technical assistance: Peter Breitenbach, Sven Nichterlein
Production management: Steven Sander
Scenographic collaboration: Debbie Sledsens, Dominic Huber
Directorate: Katrin Steffen
Academic collaboration: Meret Kaufmann
Head of administration: Andrea Galliker
Technical coordination: Til Frentzel
Technical collaboration: Jürg Dreier, Samuel Mühleisen, Thomas Schwarzenbeck, Daniel Trutt, Videocompany
With great thanks for the support of the exhibition and 100% Solothurn to the Ernst Göhner Foundation and SKKG (Foundation for Art, Culture and History)
& to INVR.SPACE GmbH; P'INC. AG, Langenthal; Raffinerie AG für Gestaltung, Zurich; Holzhandwerk Schwarzenbeck; Videocompany.
Accompanying the exhibition is the publication "100% Solothurn". With the support of SKKG (Foundation for Art, Culture and History).
A co-production of Rimini Apparat and Kunstmuseum Solothurn.