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'Trust' by Gaia Vincensini at 1.1, Basel

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Gaia Vincensini presents drawings that reflect her close and on-going examination of Geneva, especially the city’s reflection of its inhabitants’ collective identity through its architectural appearance. She draws comparisons between the branding of the numerous big banks with those of commercial galleries and major cultural institutions. This hints to her emancipatory confrontation about the artist’s role in today’s society, and reoccurs in her choices of techniques. It is also a tool to rebuild ties to the artist’s role in history through gestures. For “Trust”, she also collaborates with Eliott Villars, with whom she’s made prints with original etchings, embroideries or flockings presented on shirts.

Gaia Vincensini lives and works in Geneva, where she obtained her Masters in Fine Arts in 2016. She is a part of the collective LGG$B, whose practice as well as her individual work form an alternative to such a corporate identity.

13.1.18 — 27.1.18

'the lorries are speaking', Off-Site Show Curated by Julius Pristauz, Sinkhole Pr

'China' by Mindaugas Navakas at (AV17) Gallery, Vilnius

'Un Paysan Heureux', Off-Site Group Show, Lausanne

Nina Rieben & Brigham Baker at Palazzina, Basel

'Isolation Booth' by Nick Jeffrey at Jakob Kroon, Worthing

'Elf slashed with a sword' by Martin Lacko at Pragovka Gallery, Prague

'Where the wild roses grow', a Group Show at Pina, Vienna

Aleksei Taruts, THE CURSE OF THE STINKING CAVES

'Splendido' by Paolo Brambilla at Secret Location, Italy

'Jung Thug' by Tissue Evolution Club at CAC, Vilnius

'Reiterate' by Tobias Hansen at foundation, Vienna

'No Hot Water the Boiler is Broken' by Jack Pryce for the Body Archive Project

'Laminar Body^ies' by Natalia Janula at Final Hot Desert, Utah

'No Teeth Left', a Group Show by Collective Disgrace at Tunnel Tunnel, Lausanne

'STAY SAFE', Off-Site Group Show by Shivers Only, Chantemanche

'Anticipatory Grief' by Michael Bussell at Vent Space, Baltimore

'Faya Lobi' by Xavier Robles de Medina at Praz-Delavallade, Paris

'Burial of the White Man' by EXILE, Kleiner Gleichberg, Thuringia

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