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A library for all visitors.

About the project

Since mid-March 2021 the artists we have invited to the festival have been providing information on the Ruhrtriennale website about the books that have kept them going through the art-deprived times of lockdown. We linked this question with a request to bring us these titles as a gift in the summer. The resulting library is publicly open to all visitors from 15 August to 25 September 2021 during the opening hours of the Poplar Canteen outside the Jahrhunderthalle in Bochum. The titles may be borrowed for a deposit and read on site.

With contributions by: Heidi und Rolf Abderhalden, Adi, Uri, Paz (Jealous), Patricia Alessandrini, Lukas Bärfuss, Aljoscha Begrich, Emese Bodolay, Klaus Brömmelmeier, Christine Daletska, Daniel Dalfovo, Virginie Déjos, Titus Engel, Josefine Feiler, Paige A. Flesh, Regina José Galindo, Alba Gentility-Tedeschi, Esther Geremus, Fritzi Haberlandt, Corinna Harfouch, Edu Haubensak, Fritz Hauser, Anja Herden, Mette Ingvartsen, Susanne Jablonski, Jürg Kienberger, Deborah Korley, Annamária Láng, Marco Layera, loekenfranke, Katharina Lorenz, Michael Maertens, Amirhossein Mashaherifard, Bush Moukarzel, Olga Neuwirth, Lucas Niggli, Albert Oehlen, Akiko Okamoto, Amanda Pina, Mariano Pensotti, Jean Peters, Marino Pliakas, Elisa Plüss, Philippe Quesne, Asad Raza, Sylvie Rohrer, Anika Rutkofsky, Markus Scheumann, Stefan Schneider, Yana Shlyabanska, Jascha Sommer, Josh Sneesby, Thomas Stammer, Mats Staub, Diego Vainer, Gisèle Vienne, Isabelle Volkaert, Bettina Walter, Chris Watson, Michael Wertmüller, Martin Zehetgruber, Tobias Zielony and others.

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