Exhibitionin Zürich / Switzerland
Jan Vorisek, Gerry Bibby, You Never Know, Andrew J. Greene, Duane Linklater, Ellie de Verdier, Klara Liden, Anina Troesch, Mia Marfurt, Danai Anesiadou, Maxfield Hegedus & Suhnee Venice
The scene is anything else than but autonomous. It is the sovereignty of each piece that sets the atmosphere.
A congregation of sorts.
This sovereignty establishes a polis of its own.
The works exist primarily as objects. There’s a demand for subject matter – as always. But the matter is overwhelming and can only be traded against a giving up of subjectivity, by becoming an object oneself, which gives space to the subjects at stake.
If this is too hard, one becomes a piece of work, unable, but wanting to understand.
It’s complex and fertile, not in terms of reproduction (I’m allergic to spring), but as something like productive misunderstandings. The layers of eroticism or a celebration of eros’ schizophrenic nature, passing by naked.
It is a glimpse of thinking as a conglomerate in a space, which could take off at any minute, but for several reasons does not.
The show is a meditation with material. Next is a state taking a desire for presence as a spiritual undertaking with materialistic means. (A walk in the park and then sauna.)
Written by Tobias Spichtig
Öffnungszeiten Mi-Fr 12 – 18 Uhr, Sa 12 – 17 Uhr