Artists: A mandala by Kaspar Müller, a prayer wheel by Lucie Stahl, a TV by Sadie Benning, a frog and a poetry book by Dena Yago, a dress and a doorbell by Juliette Blightman, a color study by Anna Bella Geiger, a couple of empty containers by Samuel Jeffery, a doorstop by Cerith Wyn Evans, some rocks and hidden notes by Mitchell Syrop and a joker by Marie Angeletti. As told by Tenzing Barshee.
Venue: Studio for Propositional Cinema, Düsseldorf
Exhibition Title: Who Are Who
Curated by: Tenzing Barshee
Date: November 30 – December 31, 2014
Note: The publication associated with the exhibition can be downloaded here.
Full gallery of videos, images, press release and link available after the jump.
Marie Angeletti, documentation of Joker, 2014, video
Sadie Benning, documentation of Old Waves Record One / Old Waves Record Two, 2011, black & white video, sound
Images and videos courtesy of Studio for Propositional Cinema, Düsseldorf
This year there was more twitter about separation and emancipation. Neither nations, institutions or even best friends forever are immune to such ideas of dissociation. Renee Zellweger and others around are growing up. The cyclic shift and eclipse not only change individual faces but also (those of) social constellations. As always, some babies are lucky to be born whilst relationships are warily negotiated. Lineages get simultaneously claimed as they are obscured. Why so emotional? What does your horoscope say? Everyone is suffering because of something. Everybody can’t be happy at the same time. You are a human being. That is always someone.
As told by Tenzing Barshee.
Image: Juliette Blightman, Untitled (Lucy Lippard, I See/You Mean), 2014