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'The swamp of Lerna', a Group Show at Warehouse9, Copenhagen

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Sara Krøgholt Trier, Looking closely with their eyes like prisms, 2019
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Sebastian Mittl, Dog Dream, 2019
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Maya Lindberg Schwaner, Growing Tails (two endings or none), 2019
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Ivan Pérard, So Much for Subtlety, 2019
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Ivan Pérard, Experiencing a Significant Gravitas Shortfall, 2019 / We Should have had Each Others Babies, 2019
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Sebastien Mittl, Shoegazer, 2019
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Yein Lee, Swallowed, 2019
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Ina Ebenberger, Severin, 2019
Dive into the Swamp of Lerna, an exhibition of hybrids beings. The title refers to the myth of the Hydra, a monstrous watersnake, which has been bred in the march of Lerna. As soon as one head is smashed, two grow in its place. The Hydra is elusive and constantly shapeshifting. In the swamp other creatures dwell. The presented works resist categories like organic and synthetic and makes it hard to draw lines between human-animal-machine-object. Together the works will create an ecosystem, unfinished and open to evolve. The works show an engagement with other life but also ask questions to this engagement. Who is looking and at what. Who defines the other. Who is an other. Who are they. What are you. The exhibition will include sculpture, 3D print, painting and site-specific installation.

26.9.19 — 30.9.19

Ina Aloisia Ebenberger, Yein Lee, Ivan Pérard, Sebastian Mittl, Sara Krøgholt Trier and Maja Lindberg Schwaner

Warehouse9

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