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A »Youth Speech« in Response to Charles de Gaulle
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Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg

Schloss

fest 

spiele

This was the 2022 Ludwigsburg Festival
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Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg

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Engagement Global on sustainability at the Schlossfestspiele
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Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg

Schloss

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spiele

On November 2 starts our fall presale
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Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg

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Saved for the future
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Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg
Exhibition in the Franck-Areal
Saved for the future

[This text has been translated electronically] What is worth preserving? What is forward-looking and what should Ludwigsburg take with it into its future? With these questions, artists Thomas Rustemeyer, Bruno Jacoby and Julian Warner invite Ludwigsburg residents to collect objects, ideas, melodies or anecdotes for a »memory of the future« as part of the ÜBER:MORGEN festival. In the course of the exhibition, the urban society fills the memory with personal answers to questions about the future and creates a communal and walk-in show depot.


Social observations also give rise to the art of Brad Hwang, who has been a resident artist at the Schlossfestspiele several times. The artist and sculptor creates mechanical and social sculptures – in the spirit of Joseph Beuys – from everyday objects and materials, which he breathes new life into, as well as installations that invite participation and encounters.

In 2021, he constructed a hugging machine with a mobile loom. From the encounters of Ludwigsburg*innen with the artist in the middle of the city, a social sculpture in the form of a woven piece was created from old gauze bandages, documenting the history of his experiences on site – as a woven recording of the passage of time. With this collective artwork, we contribute to the »Memory of the Future« as a celebration of the arts, democracy and sustainability.


The exhibition grows with your personal objects. Until October 15, you can bring your own things and learn what other Ludwigsburg* residents consider important for the future of the city. All information and opening hours can be found on the website of the city of Ludwigsburg.

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