• We 13.09, 19:00h
  • Th 14.09
  • Fr 15.09
  • Sa 16.09
  • Su 17.09

Thomas Feuerstein, PROMETHEUS DELIVERED, 2017 Marmor, Schläuche, 210 x 140 x 60 cm (Arbeitsansicht Oktober 2016) © Thomas Feuerstein
Thomas Feuerstein, OKTOPLASMA, 2017 Kohle auf Papier, 180 x 135 cm © Thomas Feuerstein

Exhibition, Opening
Haus am Lützowplatz

14 SEP—19 NOV 2017
Opening 13 SEP, 7pm

Thomas Feuerstein — Prometheus Delivered

Berlin’s Haus am Lützowplatz shows the first show by artist Thomas Feuerstein (b. 1968, lives in Vienna) outside Austria. In his projects, the Austrian artist, who works at the intersection of applied and theoretical research, links epistemes from philosophy, art history, and literature with biotechnology, economics, and politics for an artistic narrative that explores questions of the existential basic parameters and the origins of life. A key aspect of PROMETHEUS DELIVERED is the deconstruction of the Greek myth on human creativity and hubris. 

The exhibition is a collaboration with Munich’s Eres Stiftung and is being realized with the support of the Schering Stiftung, Berlin.