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BIT Analytical Instruments, Inc. to Host Joint Germany/USA Art Exhibition


10/30/2012 8:31:04 AM

SCHWALBACH, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On November 1, BIT Analytical Instruments GmbH (www.BIT-Companies.com) will host a German-American joint art exhibition showcasing the work of twenty-four photography students originating from art/design institutions in both Germany and the United States of America. The bi-national assignment revolves around the word(s) “Living Room.” Due to cultural differences, the meaning of the term differs significantly between the two countries. The exhibition pieces will display the students’ personal interpretations as well as their photographic communication using imagery to convey the theme. “I think it is important to support artistic awareness, inter-national collaboration and sharing of ideas among students,” said Marius Balger, CEO of BIT. “With manufacturing facilities and clients around the world, BIT Analytical Instruments also practices such global collaboration to bring our clients’ designs from concept to functional devices. We need to support the same mode of cooperation among young people.” The exhibition will take place at BIT’s facility in Schwalbach, Germany on November 1, 2012.

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