December 4, 2023

A perfect match: art and science

Willow. The “Art and Science” exhibition series will be held from November to March in the OTH Cafeteria.

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The series aims to highlight the relationship between art and science and the collaboration between Kunstverein Weiden e. V. and OTH and encourage emerging artists. For Amin Carolyn Schimmel This is her first big project. The series will also be open to outsiders during regular cafeteria business hours and consists of four individual exhibitions.

Sound waves as art objects

The book begins with drawings by art teachers and small-scale collages reminiscent of sound waves Isabel Pretzel from Nuremberg, which aims to clarify the science of physics, and more precisely the subfield of acoustics. At the opening ceremony in the cafeteria on November 2 there will be a short speech by Professor Dr. Maximilian Cook Plus free drinks, appetizers and musical entertainment from Eisman Music from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The artist will also be present and available to answer questions. The works can then be viewed until November 29.

Light and shadow

In the second exhibition in the “Art and Science” series from November 30 to December 22, the Wyden Art Society presents photographs by Sandra Boots. They deal with optics in the form of refraction and dispersion of light and shadow, which is another branch of physics.

The opening ceremony on November 30, at which the Munich native will be present herself, offers the opportunity to discuss in a relaxed setting with snacks, complimentary drinks and musical accompaniment by DJ Teflon from 6pm to 10pm.


The third exhibition opens on January 11 and displays the photographic studies of Amelie Graf. In Weiden, the successful designer from Berlin offers a rare look into her emotional side and illustrates the psychology of her work. At the opening there will be music from DJ Jocriswasgehen and catering from 6pm to 10pm. The works will be on display until February 15.

Majoring in chemistry

The exhibition concludes with the display of artistically prepared microscopic images by Christoph Mayer, who explains his specialty, which is chemistry. The exhibition continues until March 31. The festive opening on March 14, 2024 from 6pm to 10pm will also be accompanied by DJ music and culinary accompaniment.

More information about the club is available here.

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