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Vetter, Ingo
Born in 1968 in Bensheim; Studies at the College of Art in Bremen, Konstfak in Stockholm and at the Academy of Plastic Arts in Munich.

Since 1995, Ingo Vetter has worked with Annette Weisser. The focus of their collaboration lies in works for and about public space. Teaching assignments have followed this, with Vetter lecturing on the “specificity of place” at the Colleges of Art in Bremen, (1999 - 2000) and s’Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands (2002). Since 2005 he has been artistic assistant to the Professor of Plastic Design at the Brandenburg Technical University in Cottbus. He lives in Berlin.

Ingo Vetter creates objects, photographic series, room installations, interactive playing rooms and art in public spaces; his topics include “Entrepreneur of himself”, “Life long learning” and a “Picture of the global occasional worker.”
1999: marres/cbk, Maastricht; Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; nicc, Antwerp
2000: TENT, Rotterdam; Werkleitz Biennale; Society for Modern Art, Bremen
2004: Shrinking cities, Kunst-Werke Berlin; Atelier Europa: a small post-fordist drama, Art Society Munich
2005: Perspectives of Urban Agriculture, Kunstraum Munich.

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