The work “Optical-Path-Sculpture-Apparatus” won the Kunst-am-Bau-competition (German Percent-for-Art program) for the CIGL in Giessen, Germany.
Optical-Path-Sculpture-Apparatus (OPSA) No. 01 – 03
Kunst-am-Bau-project (German Percent-for-Art program) for the CIGL research building (Center for Infection and Genomics of the Lung) of the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany
see Optical-Path-Sculpture-Apparatus (OPSA) No. 01 – 03
24. September 2019
Valentin Beinroth receives a publication grant from Stiftung Kunstfonts
From May to October 2019, the measuring buoy METRIOS 1 will be floating in the river Neckar in Heilbronn.
On Sunday, May 5th, 3 p.m., the measuring sculpture will be deployed into the river Neckar.
Place: Heilbronn, northern tip of the island, Adolf-Cluss-Bridge (near Experimenta Museum)
Opening of three public space art projects
Sunday, May 5th, 2 p.m.
Heilbronn City Hall
Greeting: Harry Mergel, Mayor of the City of Heilbronn
Introduction: Dr. Marc Gundel, Director Städtischen Museen Heilbronn
City Hall inner courtyard: Installation „Gras wachsen lassen“ by Peter Riek
14:30 Bollwerksplatz: Installation „Sie sind hier“ by Simone Demandt
15:00 northern tip of the island: Installation “METRIOS 1” by Valentin Beinroth with performance
Afterwards a drink on the southern tip of the island
The artists are present!
GSAE Scientific Paper
Valentin Beinroths scientific paper: General Survey Antipodes Expedition: Kann die Anwendung von PODA-Messverfahren einen methodischen Verlust an Allgemeinen-Vermessungs-Daten durch subjektive Standpunkt-Fehler kompensieren? was published in the German journal Acta Mensio – Journal der Deutschen Metrologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin (Acta Mensio 489, Pages 43–50)
Co-author is the New Zealand scientist Titus Laniakea from the Department of Metrology, Imperial College Wellington, New Zealand.
Click here to read the paper. (Open Access)
Erzählte Welt – Geschichten in der Kunst
Works from the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Collection
July 1, 2017 – July 8, 2018
Opening: Friday, June 30, 2017, 6 pm
Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
basis.open 2017 – June 24–25
On the occasion of basis.open I will will open my studio for the audience (together with other 130 artist at the three basis locations (Gutleutstraße, Elbestraße and Linnéstraße).
Visit my studio at basis Gutleutstraße 8-12, 2nd level, room 217.
Opening hours of the studios:
Saturday, June 24, 2017: noon – 7 pm
Sunday, June 25, 2017: noon – 6 pm