Artist-in-residence at MOD Institute
MOD Institute extends a hearty welcome to Maximilian Erbacher, our artist-in-residence who is part of Goethe Institut’s bangaloResidence programme 2014.
Erbacher will respond to MOD’s proposal to engage with the city of Bangalore as the documented city, using (but not restricted to) ways of mapping and visualising the city. The invitation is to read, investigate and take stock of the city as a body under surgery.
MOD is grateful to the Goethe Institut, Bangalore for enabling this collaboration.
Read more about Maximilian Erbacher here.
We work independently and in collaboration with an extended network of individuals and organisations to visualise urban processes and challenges so as to inform participation and intervention.
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Fenk / Königstein: Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?; in dérive No 56: Smart Cities, 2014
Fenk / von Damm: Nextbangalore; in Revue Magazin, 2013
Lee: Marg Magazine: A Tryst with Architectural Modernity; in ABE Journal, 2013
Fenk / von Damm: Bangalore - Dimensions of a City; in: The Law of the Market, 2012
Fenk / von Damm: Was ist Stadt? Fragen an den indischen Urbanismusdiskurs; in: Gegenworte 26, 2011
Narasimhan / Fenk / Chattapadhyay: Space is the Yantra; in Urban Design 119, 2011