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Nanda Vigo, Cronotopic Way Across (Model for “Zero on Sea”), 1966/2011

25 x 25 x 40 cm, steel, glass, wood, electric light, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf, Invent.-No. mkp.ZERO.2011.11, photo: Judith Michaelis

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Otto Piene, Sketch for the slide installation “Lichtballett ‘Hommage à New York'”, 1966

Inv.-Nr.: mkp.ZERO.2.IV.90, Nachlass Otto Piene, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf

Otto Piene conceived the "Lichtballett 'Hommage à New York'" (Light Ballet "Homage to New York") for the exhibition "Zero in Bonn", Städtische Kunstsammlungen Bonn, 1966.

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“Zero-Mitternachtsball” (Zero midnight ball), Bahnhof Rolandseck, Remagen, 1966

Inv.-Nr.: mkp.ZERO.0.V.20_4, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf. Photo: Werner Kohn.

The end of the joint activities of Heinz Mack, Otto Piene, and Günther Uecker was celebrated with a large party following the opening of the "Zero in Bonn" exhibition. Motto of the party was: "Zero is good for you".

 

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Otto Piene, Weißer Lichtgeist (Entwurfsskizze), 1966

79,5 x 63,5 cm, pencil, water color, paper, tracing paper, tape, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf, Invent.-No. mkp.ZERO.2012.09, photo: Horst Kolberg                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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Otto Piene, Weißer Lichtgeist (Entwurfsskizze), 1966

51 x 73 cm, pencil, water color, paper, tracing paper, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf, Invent.-No. mkp.ZERO.2012.08, photo: Horst Kolberg                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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Otto Piene, Lichtballett ‚Hommage à New York’, 1966/2016, in der Ausstellung „Zero ist gut für Dich: Mack, Piene, Uecker in Bonn; 1966/2016”, LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn, 2016. Filmische Dokumentation: Ralph Goertz, IKS – Institut für Kunstdokumentation

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Invitation „Zero-Mitternachtsball“ [midnight prom], Rolandseck station, Remagen, 1966

Inv.-No: mkp.ZERO.1.VII.131, early legacy of Heinz Mack, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf.

After the opening of the exhibition „Zero in Bonn“ at the Städtischen Kunstsammlungen [Urban art collection of] Bonn, the end of the cooperation between Heinz Mack, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker was celebrated at Rolandseck station in Remagen.