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'Call it in the Air', Group Show at Dzialdov, Berlin

The exhibition brings together artworks which in some way or another generate zones of emptiness, in an attempt to explore the unique character of these entities. 

An empty space is always empty of something, and if we try to get a sense of what that thing might be, we can make it dance with possibilities. What we imagine will probably be less about the space and more about our own desires, and so as long as the space remains empty and human desires shifting, a play carries on. 

Similarly to when a coin is tossed and we call in mid-air “heads” or “tails” - the thing we desire is neither heads nor tails (that obviously doesn’t matter, or we wouldn’t have left it up to a coin toss). What we desire is to extend the moment of anticipation, the moment of pure potential, the moment when all the different options are spinning in the air. 

20.11.21 — 5.12.21

Noémi Barbaglia, Noi Fuhrer, Marie Pietsch


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