Slow Works 

05.11.16 - 23.11.16

Elif Erkan, Bianca Baldi, Marina Pinsky, Inga Danysz, Lennart Lahuis, Simon Starling  

Curated by: Sydney & Inga Danysz November 5th - November 23rd

Slow works brings together the works of various artists dealing with migration and memory. The act of travel, and the ease with which we now can change our location, creates different possibilities for global markets and workforces, and has made it so we need to be flexible and mobile at all times. The traditional idea of traveling, wandering or migrating, sometimes without a destination in mind, has become an abstract concept in the context of time-perception and time-value. Through the materialisation of memory, either by docu- mentation, archiving data, energy or personal memories, the consequences of this abstraction have never had as much impact as they do today. It has become a necessity that we either declare or are imposed upon by.

The exhibition has been made possible with generous support by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Sydney.

 

Marina Pinsky & Lennart Lahuis

Marina Pinsky, Woman and Child 24 (2016) Archival inkjet print on finer paper, 11 3/4 x 15 1/2 inches, 30 x 39.5 cm, 1 + 1 AP

Courtesy: Clearing Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

Lennart LahuisTo Duration [Peter Handke] (2016) Burnt silkscreen prints on floor, Dimensions variable

Courtesy: DürstBritt&Mayhew, The Hague, Netherlands 

Elif Erkan & Inga Danysz

Elif Erkan Romantic Escapism I – The Traveler (2014) Plaster, cotton, pigments, kleenex, hand sanatizer, advil, resin, 60 x 25 cm

Courtesy: Artist / Artun Alaska Arasli

Inge Danysz Walking Stick (2016) Wood, Steel, Dimensions Variable (250 cm)

Courtesy: Artist

Simon Starling Quicksilver, Dryfit, Museumbrug (2001) C-type Print, 78.9 x 109.3 x 3.6 cm, 31.1 x 43 x 1.4 in

Courtesy: The Modern Institute / Toby Webster Ltd Glasgow, Scottland

Lennart Lahuis Mechanismus VII [Subjunctive Theory] (2016) Inkjet on transparent film on window, Dimensions Variable

Courtesy: DürstBritt&Mayhew, The Hague, Netherlands

 

Bianca Baldi Zero Latitude (2014) HD video, colour, silent
Courtesy: Artist

Elif Erkan Romantic Escapism II – The Sleepover (2014) Plaster, resin, pigments, polyester, 50 x 30 cm
Courtesy: Artist / Artun Alaska Arasli, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Lennart Lahuis To Duration [Peter Handke] (2016) Burnt silkscreen prints on floor, Dimensions variable
Courtesy: DürstBritt&Mayhew, The Hague, Netherlands

Elif Erkan Romantic Escapism III – The Bistro Bag (2014) polyvinyl, acrylic paint, resin, bistro chair, Dimensions Variable
Courtesy: Artist / Artun Alaska Arasli, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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