5 March – 9 April 2016.
Santiago Taccetti: the ceiling.
At 3m16cm curling and swirling: escapees of gravity, particled, tracing cables.
Hence: the firmament.
Katharina Fengler: the walls.
Eyes trace marks / marking closer vistas: ripples and cracks across Tyvek, breathing in, breathing out, softening the hold.
Paul Geelen: the floor.
Where the slugs leave their traces, ore-bound.
Santiago Taccetti (Argentina) lives and works in Buenos Aires and Berlin.
Selective exhibitions: Centre d’art Santa Monica, CCCB Centre de Cultura Contemporanea Barcelona, Kultur Buro Barcelona, Istituto Italo Latinomericano in Rome; La Panaderia in Mexico City, Centro Cultural San Martin and Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires as well as at the Retrospective Gallery and the Baryshnicov Art Center in New York.
Katharina Fengler (Germany), lives and works in Berlin.
Selective exhibitions: Galleria Acappella in Naples, Istituto Svizzero Milan, Jenifer Nails in Frankfurt, BLOK art space in Istanbul, CACTUS in Liverpool, Boetzelaer|Nispen in Amsterdam, Kunstverein Schwerin, Autocenter in Berlin and Palazzo Fruscione in Salerno (upcoming).
Paul Geelen (the Netherlands) lives and works in Amsterdam.
Selective exhibitions:A Tale of A Tub, Rotterdam; Greylight Projects, Brussels; Moinsun -1 in Paris; Akbank Art Centre in Istanbul; Cobra Museum in Amstelveen (NL); Galerie Juliette Jongma in Amsterdam; P/////AKT in Amsterdam; V8 in Karlsruhe and at the Museumpark in Rotterdam with AVL-Mundo.