In 1972, the Club of Rome published the study 'The Limits to Growth'. It became an epitome of a rampant global economy, the exploitation of nature, the destruction of the eco system and the increasing social inequality. The scenarios indicated in the study have been fervently discussed ever since. Then as now, questions of limited resources and sustainable and equitable life styles are pressing issues. The exhibition presents photographic positions, rising problems and innovative ideas and solution models.
Mandy Barker, Manuel Bauer, Stéphanie Buret, Dornith Doherty, Barbara Dombrowski, Micha Ende, Stefan Enders, Satoshi Fujiwara, André Giesemann, Peter Ginter, Alessandro Grassani, Frauke Huber, Karina Juárez, David Klammer, Kai Löffelbein, Gerd Ludwig, Uwe H. Martin, Simon Norfolk, Jorge Panchoaga, Pablo Piovano, Ewa Priester, Johannes Puch, Daniel Schulz, Claudius Schulze, Vlad Sokhin, Vladimir Wegener, Mario Wezel
Peter Bitzer, Lars Boering, Anja Bohnhof, Lois Lammerhuber, Kristin Dittrich, Margot Klingsporn,
Peter Liedtke, Peter Lindhorst, Martina Mettner, Rolf Nobel, Ute Noll
Opening: Thursday, 22 th June 2017 at 7 pm
Location: Kulturort Depot
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Guided tours through the exhibition with Peter Lutz on Friday, 7 th July at 6 pm and on Saturday, 8 th July at 4 pm. Free entry.
Lecture by photographer Micha Ende is on Friday, 7 th July at 7 pm. Free entry.
© f.l.t.r.: Barbara Dombrowski, Stéphanie Buret, Uwe H. Martin
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