It is well known that architecture and art have numerous points of contact and various common grounds. The volume Inklusiv. Architektur und Kunst addresses the question of the different ways in which artists, architects and theoreticians can deal with the problems of creation, perception and the adoption of (living) space, by providing numerous examples of individual contemporary works. Nine international positions – including works by artists such as Simon Ungers, Lars Spuybroek, Hannes Böhringer – are presented in detail and commented on in several illustrated essays. The introduction essay provides the necessary cross-disciplinary overview, while a discussion among the participants opens up new and surprising perspectives of architecture and art. With the friendly support of the Fritz Thyssen Foundation.