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'Routine à la mode', a Group Show at Kimberly Klark, New York

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Dylan Vandenhoeck, Subway, 2019
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Dylan Vandenhoeck, Subway, 2019
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Rafael Delacruz, Record player with vinyl, 2017
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Rafael Delacruz, Record player with vinyl, 2017
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Rafael Delacruz, Record player with vinyl, 2017
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Rafael Delacruz, Record player with vinyl, 2017
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Bradley Kronz, A Star Is Made + Wet Spot, 2019
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Bradley Kronz, A Star Is Made + Wet Spot, 2019
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Camila Guerrero, More Brighter, 2019
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Camila Guerrero, More Brighter, 2019
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Camila Guerrero, More Brighter, 2019
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Camila Guerrero, More Brighter, 2019
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Izabelle New, Keep Coming Back (patience), 2019
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Izabelle New, Keep Coming Back (patience), 2019
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Izabelle New, Keep Coming Back (patience), 2019
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Izabelle New, Keep Coming Back (patience), 2019
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Paige K. B., imagine this publication from exceedingly minor riffs Toward a Theory of giveth and taketh away w/breaks for Paige K. Bradley’s correspondence in a stream of promise, 2019
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Paige K. B., imagine this publication from exceedingly minor riffs Toward a Theory of giveth and taketh away w/breaks for Paige K. Bradley’s correspondence in a stream of promise, 2019
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Paige K. B., imagine this publication from exceedingly minor riffs Toward a Theory of giveth and taketh away w/breaks for Paige K. Bradley’s correspondence in a stream of promise, 2019
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Paige K. B., imagine this publication from exceedingly minor riffs Toward a Theory of giveth and taketh away w/breaks for Paige K. Bradley’s correspondence in a stream of promise, 2019

Exercise is the ceaseless pursuit of ever more refined “results”. It is a personified action or series of actions that have a beginning, but no end. ​You​ determine where time is made and ​you​ decide when it is done. ​You​ choose to believe in a goal beyond the wall of apparent futility; ​you choose to avoid it, to avoid yourself. In his 2004 essay ‘Against Exercise’, Mark Grief indicates the fallacy of this choice. “Exercise...” he argues, “comes to us as an emissary from the realm of biological processes. It falls under the jurisdiction of the obligations of life itself, which only the self-destructive neglect.”

It's inherently physical, repetitive, buildable, reliant on a succession of burning actions. It's a palimpsest. Its three syllables resonate Americanness to an almost nauseating degree, carrying in its wake a rhythmic allegiance to the ethics of capitalist collectivism, but I like thinking about it in the singular form, where it slips into something more precise and bizarre. My impression of your work is that it's often quite nonchalantly methodical, without feeling severe. It's very worked-on, verging on chaotic... but very simple. It’s very singularly directed by your personal thoughts, feelings, influences, memories and energies. It's built and rebuilt and the finished piece suggests layers of something physical and temporal about which only you truly know the history.

Going through the motions day in, day out, you hope to find a thermodynamic system of reciprocity between your dedication and the world, or at least a good reason to leave the house.

18.7.19 — 18.8.19

Paige K. B., Rafael Delacruz, Camila Guerrero, Bradley Kronz, Izabelle New, Dylan Vandenhoeck

Kimberly Klark

'Innsmouth' by Pierre Unal-Brunet at Parc International Cévenol, Chambon-Sur-Lign

'The Glint of Self-Defeating Prophecies' by Marcel Hiller, Online

'SO REMEMBER THE LIQUID GROUND' by Agnieszka Brzeżańska at eastcontemporary, Mila

'Turning Stranger' by Šimon Sýkora at Polansky Gallery, Brno

'N01x1 - Chapter One: Introducing The Chipmunk' by Fraich Club at Zabriskie Point

'TUTORIAL', Group project at BSMNT, Leipzig

'Quince Moon' by Ernst Yohji Jaeger at Croy Nielsen, Vienna

'MALACLIPTICOPTIROSI' by Alberto Tadiello at VIN VIN, Vienna

'Everything is possible' by Sasha Gosmant in Wambrechie, France

'Tariel is Getting Ready for Hibernation' by Nika Kutateladze at Gallery Artbeat,

'Through The Wall' by Márton Emil Tóth at PINCE, Budapest

'Phantasmagoria', Group Presentation at Schloss Neuschwanstein, Bavaria

'Project for an Overcoat' by Paloma Proudfoot at Editorial, Vilnius

'Mirror vs. mold', Group Show at Other Subject, New York

'Shelter of Trust II', Group Show at De Liceiras 18, Porto

'Employed & Depressed', Semi-virtual Group Show at goodjob_showroom

'Petri dish dream' by Maya Hottarek at A.ROMY, Zurich

'Falconer', Off-Site Group Show, Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

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