Artist: Kaspar Müller
Venue: Aguirre, Mexico City
Exhibition Title: The Weather in Zürich
Date: September 22 – October 31, 2018
Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.
Images courtesy of Aguirre, Mexico City
Aguirre is pleased to present Kaspar Müller’s first solo exhibition in Mexico. The Weather in Zürich. The works presented in the exhibition include a series of image installations taken in the Lake of Zürich by artists and local inhabitants, which include friends and family, accompanied by a video of the same nature and a sculpture that works as a container of discarded objects collected by the artist. At plain sight the calm horizon gives information about the surroundings, that resemble a model, denoting access, reproduction and transfer of information. The objects and the images are treated both as files, building a network of significance that the artist assembles. The lake becomes again the center character and a place of digging.
Kaspar Müller (Schaffhausen, 1983) is a Swiss artist that lives and works in Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include “Maintenance” at Federico Vavassori, Milan. Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich, Museum in Bellpark, Kriens, “Schätze Der Erinnerung”, Société, Berlin, “I shrunk the kids” in Kunsthalle Bern, “Forever alone and around the world” in Kunsthalle Zürich. Recent group exhibitions include, “Arquitecture of Storage”, Deutsches Architecture Zentrum, Berlin, “Haha”, Aguirre, Mexico City, “Mass X (The Unfolding)”, Supportico Lopez, Berlin. “Readymades belong to everyone”, Arquitectural Series, The Swiss Institute New York, among many others.
Link: Kaspar Müller at Aguirre