The Alien Everyday
Opening Fr, 28.10.: 7 pm - end
Sa, 29.10. + So, 30.10.: Openig times: 4 - 8 pm
The group exhibition The Alien Everyday brings together works from various mediums that reveal a different view of things in our world.
The literary basis of the exhibition is "The Road" (2006), a novel by Cormac McCarthy, which is about a father's escape with his son through post-apocalyptic America. Father and son, socialised before and after the apocalypse, differ gravely in their perception of civilisational legacies and their conceptualisations. In the dystopian reality of the novel, everyday objects, communication and sign systems are not viewed on the basis of their (former) function, but detached from their "strange“ properties.
The exhibition focuses on the hidden essence of things and puts their perception in a constantly changing world to the test. What happens when objects are perceived differently?
Liste der teilnehmenden Künstler*innen:
Ties Ten Bosch
Marlene Zoë Burz
Martin Karl Kufieta
Joep van Liefland
Roberto Uribe Castro
Kuriert von Jakob Argauer, Magda Mai, David Möller und Frederic Spreckelmeyer