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'PPS: it’s a progressive fantasy {…}', Group Show at C u at Sadka, Krakow

“I asked myself not why I was alive but why I had lived. Out of expectation, I supposed and wondered whether I still expected anything. It seemed I did. Something more is always expected.” (Antonio di Benedetto, Zama, 2000, p. 193, New York Review Books: New York.) 

Progressive Fantasy can be understood as a fantasy sub genre which focuses on characters increasing in power and developing skills over time. It is an exploration of personal growth, triggered by a state of things where one’s vision can be at times obliterated by shortcomings. Seeing beyond its easy escapism label, it is an approach that can be empowering, allowing space for a fantastical projection of the self that in turn can foster self agency IRL. 

16.10.21 — 29.10.21

Flavio Degen, Karolina Jarzebak, Alice Morey, Julek Ploski, Lylla, Emmy Skensved, Agnieszka Szostek, and the Eggman Gallery Radio Hour

Photo by Grzegorz Podsiadlik

C u at Sadka

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'Hat Box' by Julie Malen at Catbox Contemporary, New York

'19742 Ceremony' by Dishon Yuldash at Daipyat, Voronezh

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'In Flames' by Inside Job at Lily Robert, Paris

'Spas Setun Dystopian Party Collection', Group Show at Spas Setun, Moscow

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'Ok boomer', Group Show at Plague Space, Krasnodar

Greg Meza at ANDNOW/​WAREHOUSE, Dallas

'Von der schenkenden Tugend', Group Show at Zarinbal Khoshbakht, Cologne

Matthew Peers, Max Ruf at Lady Helen, Berlin

'Green changed to white, emerald to opal, nothing was changed' by Vadim Murin at

Chamber Realm at Dungeon, Detroit

'Bomba de humo (cloud point)' by Matias Solar at Relaciones Públicas, Mexico City

'Nocturne No. 1' by Brian Oakes at Mery Gates, New York

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