An exhibition by Kunstverein Schichtwechsel
in cooperation with Bewährungshilfe Liechtenstein

18 October – 3 November 2013
Hotel Vaduzerhof, Städtle 3, Vaduz

In which societal norms do we move and under which circumstances do we transgress their boundaries? What reasons are there to commit crimes? How does it feel to be stigmatized when looking for a flat, a job, or friends?

Things have a clear outline when looked at from a distance. Black and white can be told apart easily. Only upon approaching things, do outlines become blurred: participants have their own story; it is often hard to tell the difference between right and wrong in the midst of conflict; “good” and “bad” become less distinct when dealing with acquaintances, friends or oneself.

The exhibition “grey areas” was curated by Kunstverein Schichtwechsel for the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Liechtenstein’s probation service. 4 creative artists, 2 musicians and several school classes were invited to come up with contributions related to the anniversary. The exhibition is complemented by a varied program that includes guided tours, a presentation, a reading and an evening that features several smaller contributions on the topic of “grey areas”.


With works by
Barbara Bühler, Anna Hilti, Andy Storchenegger and Adam Vogt and music by Lucy’s Fair

With contributions by
two 3rd classes of the primary school Mauren with Evelyne Oehri and Martina Gstöhl, a 5th class of the primary school Sargans with Asha Ospelt-Riederer and five classes of the secondary school with Arno Brändle in cooperation with Neuland

Workshops and Guided Tours
Patricia Bachmann, Simon Egger, Laura Hilti, Annett Höland, Barbara Schneider and Ayse Tüylü.

Curated by
Laura Hilti and Cornelia Wolf with the support of Patricia Bachmann, Annett Höland, Simon Egger and Barbara Schneider.


Public Guided Tours
Sunday 20/ 27 October und 3 November at 16:00
Guided Tours for schools and groups upon request

Opening Times
Saturday and Sunday 19 October – 3 November 15:00 – 19:00
Friday 25 October and 1 November 12:00 – 14:00


Stiftung Fürstl. Kommerzienrat Guido Feger