A room installation
In "the most beautiful hall in Munich", TZ Munich
Rainer Engenroth and Bonger Voges worked together for the second time after DIE MACHT DER NACHT in Munich.
From 1992 to 1994, Voges was the artistic director of the club, gallery and theater TEMPEL in Munich. He developed the concept and interior design for the former Bundeswehr tank hall at Domagkstrasse 128 and gave it the name TEMPEL.
TEMPLE goes to the roots and wants to be a "free space", a sacred place - a TEMPLE - for emotional insight based on curiosity, friendship and tolerance.
Friedrich Nietzsche wrote:
„I would only believe in a God who knew how to dance".
Jean Paul Sartre wrote:
"Evil is always the others"
These two sentences, as a hint and invitation to a tolerant and peaceful encounter became the slogans on stickers and posters for the big opening campaign of the TEMPEL in Munich.
The managing directors of the operating company TOTAL Kulturereignisse GmbH were Rainer Wengenroth and Bonger Voges.
In 1994, Voges left the GmbH.
The room installation TEMPEL was oriented to the Central European sacred groves.
Three huge oak trunks in the last quarter of the 1000sqm and 9m high hall formed the center of the TEMPLE, around which people danced.
The model of the artist Reiner Wiesemes can be seen in the exhibition "Platz der Ideen" at Friedrichstraße 246 in 10969 Berlin.