Ayumi Matsuzaka – All My Cycle

Ayumi Matsuzaka is making a black fertilizer out of her own excretion and using the fertilizer to produce vegetables, which will be eaten. Then she collects excretion again to make new fertilizer. The project creates a natural cycle on individual level.
During 2010, Ayumi Matsuzaka focused on making the fertilizer, advised by biologist Dr. Jürgen Reckin. From spring 2011, she startet planting vegetables into the soil that is made of vegetables she ate in 2010.
This theme connects to her own body, to daily human life, to the efforts of treating our waste-water and to food production. Matsuzakas method of making fertilizer is called “Terra Preta”, Amazonian black soil. This method has the advantage of preventing serious infections caused by parasites.

Ayumi Matsuzaka born 1978 in Nagasaki, Japan, lives and works in Berlin, Germany






TIME TO SAY GOODBYE
Fr. 13. July to Su. 15. July ETF! welcomes the summer holidays and says goodbye from Bonn

LONG EVENING
Friday, 13 July 2018, 16.00 to 24.00 h Artificial walks, bed sheet cinema under stars, clogs and clowns

FAMILY SATURDAY
"BONN BLOSSOMS!"
Saturday, 14 July, 14.00 hrs Family Tours and Planting Campaign

ARTISTS_SUNDAY
July 15, 11.30 a.m.
Finissage tour with individual ETF! artists from the region

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The 17th edition of ETF was opened on April 18th in Bonn.

Venue:
Ehemalige Volkshochschule
Kasernenstraße 50
53111 Bonn

NEW Duration: 19.4.-15.7.2018

Opening times:
Wed-Fri: 4pm – 8pm
Sat-Sun: 11am – 5pm
also on bank holidays

Free Entry!

A contribution to the European Sustainable Development Week (ESDW) 2018 and the German Sustainability Action Days 2018 (30.5.-5.6.)

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ETF! was awarded "Best international exhibition in Chile in 2017" by the Chilean Circle of Art Critics.

Pictures of ETF! 2017 in Parque Cultural de Valparaiso, Chile can be seen here .

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17. Exhibition-Station Bonn 2018

Many thanks also to Deutsche Telekom AG, Beethoven Foundation Bonn, Kunsthistorisches Institut der Universität Bonn and Kunstmuseum Bonn.