With the exhibition Archive Land the Dutch artist Erik Kessels opens the hitherto unpublicized template collection of the MAKK. A kind of encyclopaedic image archive, it once served as a guide to artistic designs for the Fine and Applied Arts. Kessels will use the (photo)graphic plates, which recall oversized playing cards, to build ruins for a walk-through room installation and create a temporary “dig site”. A sound installation by the British artist Robin Rimbaud alias SCANNER translates the archive into sound. With friendly support from cewe-print.de