2022


Voodoo for Fun & Profit
9.12. - 16.12.2022

I think they should break up 
18.11. - 25.11.2022


ZDRÓJ
16.10. - 23.10.22


THREE COURSE MENU
05.07 - 10.07.22

KNIFE AND COMB
10.06. - 15.06.22

THE PERFECT SMILE: SIX TEETH SHOW
07.05. - 12.05.22

“IF I WANT TO I WILL”
18.04. - 02.05.22


2021


Self-Service
10.12. - 20.12.21

BONES
20.11. - 05.12.21

facets, faces
22.10. - 31.10.21

memory is a social organ
10.09. - 19.09.21

Ungrowing
18.06. - 03.07.21

Side Chair, Artist’s Table, #4 Oval Box
04.06. - 14.06.21

HARDCOEUR
23.04. - 30.04.21

Elements of Reading
16.04. - 18.04.21



2020


side by side
24.07. - 29.07.20

ONE AGREEMENT
09.07. - 19.07.20


FAMILIENBANDE
20.03. - 13.04.20

Smells Like Team Spirit
13.03. - 15.03.20

Don't worry, there will be more problems.
21.02. - 07.03.22



2019


tracing echoes
01.11. - 10.11.19

Museum der Kritik
24.10. - 26.10.19

Sekundenbruchteile
17.10. - 20.10.19

less skin
06.09. - 13.09.19

IN ACTU. IN POTENTIA.
17.05. - 26.05.19

Soundbathing
16.02. - 17.02.19

Rips
25.01. - 30.01.19



2018


Subject:Fwd:Unknown
18.10. - 09.12.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Yutie Lee
30.11. - 09.12.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Tim Etchells
16.11. - 25.11.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Nora Turato
02.11. - 11.11.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Michal Heiman 
19.10. - 28.10.18

Gentle Heterodoxy. Social Body
and its Enchantments
30.09. - 09.10.18

Partinuscha's
24.08.18

Proud to present...
15.07. - 21.07.18


-46,08°
11.02. - 25.02.18



2017


P r e s h o w r i t u a l
28.10. - 24.11.17

SuperLiv/fe
09.10. - 10.10.17

Is the peacock merely beautiful or also honest?
01.06. - 23.06.17



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HARDCOEUR



23.04 – 30.04.2021

Group exhbition with Ayla Pierrot Arendt, Agnese Galiotto, Alina Kopytsa, Kristina Lovaas

Curated by Teodora Talhoș





The starting point of this exhibition, which should have originally opened five months ago, was the inner turmoil caused by the social unrest that reached a high point recently. Broadly speaking, civil disobedience is produced by an unfortunate entanglement of unfavorable political and social conditions and a deeply rooted systemic discrimination. It usually unfolds as a chaos of smoke and anger, with victims on all sides. During the past few months, the initial idea of the show expanded and transformed, being heavily influenced by the current pandemic situation that made this world an increasingly precarious place. Not only has it left a mark on our personal lives, making us suspicious and anxious in our everyday interactions, but it also left the vulnerable population even more exposed to physical and economical adversities. It is in this overloaded context that the notion of vulnerability should be reassessed.

HARDCOEUR reflects on vulnerability as a versatile form of resistance that can show dissatisfaction with the existing hegemonic structures in a way that doesn’t employ violence and is sustainable. At the same time, it aims at investigating its potential as a catalyst for collective resilience, starting with the individual. Being vulnerable means being exposed, but also having agency, thus acting and being acted on at the same time. Acknowledging and embracing one’s own vulnerability implies taking a subversive stance against an established world view that primarily understands power as a display of brutality.

The four artistic positions presented in the exhibition propose different approaches towards vulnerability, implying it through a critique and a questioning of the dominating social and institutional constraints. The artworks reflect on the topic of radical exposure not only on a conceptual level, bult also on a material one. Embroidery, ceramics, performance and video are all media which are not (yet) fully embedded in the art historical canon or have only recently gained acknowledgement. Some of them have historically been associated with stereotypes of feminine means of expression and thus treated as peripheral to the main narrative of Western Art History. These materials are employed in creating an artistic context that enables a direct confrontation with the public space and invites the audience to an open dialogue.



Installation view HARDCOEUR


Installation view HARDCOEUR

Installation view HARDCOEUR

Kristina Lovaas, I looked different last time we saw each other, 2021


Kristina Lovaas, Epigone, 2021

Alina Kopytsa, Call-Girl in Kyiv, 2017

Alina Kopytsa, Service by him in Switzerland, 2017

Agnese Galiotto, Meseret, Video, 2021


Agnese Galiotto, Meseret, Video, 2021

Ayla Pierrot Arendt, Justitia - ein Blick in den Brunnen, Performance, 2021


Ayla Pierrot Arendt, Justitia - ein Blick in den Brunnen, Performance, 2021

Installation view HARDCOEUR

Graphics: Ioana Fabiola Pascu
Photography: Jiyoon Chung