Rainer Ganahl
Manhattan Marxism / Wool Works / Exploitation
Strange Teaching / Wool Works / Exploitation
Apr 13 - May 14, 2017
Opening Apr 12, 10pm

 

A project by Raphael Linsi and Pedro Wirz
WWW by Alex Kern

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Lukas Müller

Lukas Müller

Biblioteca Drácula

Feb 18 - Mar 19, 2017

Opening Feb 17, 22h

 

Untitled, Plastic, 36 x 34 cm
Untitled, Plastic, 36 x 34 cm
Rua Goncalo Fraccao "C" Galleria dust
Rua Goncalo Fraccao "C" Galleria dust
Casa de Musica dust
Casa de Musica dust
Campus dust
Campus dust
Rancho Tipico de Anagueis Coimera dust
Rancho Tipico de Anagueis Coimera dust
Rua das Carvalheiras dust
Rua das Carvalheiras dust
Mercado do Bolhao dust
Mercado do Bolhao dust
Rua St. Victor dust
Rua St. Victor dust
House Nr. 6 dust
House Nr. 6 dust
Church dust
Church dust
Rua do Breiner dust
Rua do Breiner dust
Hotel Miradouro dust
Hotel Miradouro dust
Copy shop dust
Copy shop dust
House Nr. 8 dust
House Nr. 8 dust
Passos Manuel dust
Passos Manuel dust
Panorama Boa Vista dust
Panorama Boa Vista dust
Rua Barao de Forrester dust
Rua Barao de Forrester dust
Moreira da Costa e Sanios dust
Moreira da Costa e Sanios dust
Rua de Nove Julho 199 dust
Rua de Nove Julho 199 dust
Rua Boa Vista dust
Rua Boa Vista dust
61/62 dust
61/62 dust
Ruin dust II
Ruin dust II
Crematorium dust
Crematorium dust
Offerta de Empero dust
Offerta de Empero dust
Night dust (Church dust II)
Night dust (Church dust II)
Patrimondo do Estrada dust
Patrimondo do Estrada dust
Ventilator dust
Ventilator dust
Balcony dust
Balcony dust
Francesinha place dust
Francesinha place dust
Reparacoes (918857346) dust
Reparacoes (918857346) dust
Ruin dust I
Ruin dust I
Woodshop dust
Woodshop dust
1942 dust
1942 dust
Renal dust
Renal dust

The past century of interstellar dust has brought us from first ignoring it to finding that it plays an important role in the evolution of galaxies. Current observational results in our galaxy provide a complex physical and chemical evolutionary picture of interstellar dust starting with the formation of small refractory particles in stellar atmospheres to their modification in diffuse and molecular clouds and ultimately to their contribution to star forming regions. Observations of the properties of dust in very young galaxies will be an important probe of the rates of star formation in terms of the production and destruction of dust grains. Future observations of dust at high spectral and spatial resolution will provide detailed information on processes in collapsing clouds up to star formation. Space missions to comets in the next century will first study them in situ but ultimately will bring back pristine nucleus material which will contain the end product of the collapsing protosolar molecular cloud at the time of planet formation. If one of the current theories of the origin of life from comets is correct, laboratory studies of comet dust grains immersed in water may give direct indications of prebiotic chemical evolution.