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Museum of Contemporary Art Reopened in Sydney
Deutsche Bank Supports Kids' and Youth Program

The MCA is Australia's only museum dedicated exclusively to teaching contemporary art. Following extensive renovation, the exhibition house celebrates it opening on March 29. And it was well worth the 53-million-dollar investment: the Museum of Contemporary Art boasts nine spacious rooms, a sculpture terrace, and a series of commissioned works that underscore the building's inimitable character. And from the new roof café, visitors enjoy a spectacular view of the harbor and the Sydney Opera.

Deutsche Bank has long been cooperating with the MCA; for the past eight years, it has been sponsoring the annual Primavera exhibition series that introduces Australia's most interesting artists up to the age of 35. But the bank supports more than this very important platform for the young art scene; as the museum's first "Education Partner," it also funds the kids' and youth program, which includes the Good Vibrations Bus. The camping bus dates from the sixties, but houses an ultra-modern recording studio where kids can learn to record a variety of sounds and noise in age-appropriate workshops and to compose sound collages from them.

Now, the MCA attracts visitors far and wide to the museum's reopening with a performance festival that also takes place outside the new building. The exhibition Marking Time features works by eleven international artists on the subject of time. The works' spectrum ranges from Edgar Arceneaux's wall-sized drawings to Rivane Neuenschwander's manipulated clocks, which undermine our concept of time in a poetic manner. Marking Time is augmented by a very special presentation: on view in the largest gallery space of the new Mordant wing is The Clock-a 24-hour video collage for which Christian Marclay was awarded the Golden Lion at the 2011 Venice Biennale.

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