Yves Mettler

Yves Mettler’s works aim to create a sense of today’s global urbanisation processes. His work ranges from interventions in public spaces to sound installations. The works form a narrative structure that gives the urban environment a polyphonic, emotional and often humorous expression.

Since 2002, he has been developing a research and art practice around urban places called “Europe Square”. In 2021, Urbanomic published his book Atlas Europe Square. In 2018–2019, together with Achim Lengerer and Alexis Hyman Wolff, he organised the project “Am Rand von EuropaCity” in Berlin.

His work has been shown at the Kaunas Biennale (2021), Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2017), Bozar, Brussels (2016), Kunsthaus Langenthal (2012), Bawag Contemporary Vienna (2009). He holds an MFA from the Kunstakademie Wien, an MA in Art Theory and Language, EHESS, and an Art and Politics MFA from Bruno Latour’s pilot project at Sciences-PO, Paris. He is co-founder and editor of the art journal ztscrpt.net since 2002.

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