Group Show: Momentum? Maybe the Time has Come to Live our Corporality rather than Speak our Sexuality

18.01. – 28.02.2014

curated by Petunia, with works by Marie Angeletti, Kjersti Andvig, Sylvie Blocher, Caroline Mesquita, Marina Faust, Pilvi Takala, Tania Perez Cordova, Tobias Kaspar, Hannah Weinberger

Press Release l Pressemitteilung

MOMENTUM? MAYBE THE TIME HAS COME TO LIVE OUR CORPORALITY RATHER THAN SPEAK OUR SEXUALITY.
MOMENTUM? MAYBE THE TIME HAS COME TO LIVE OUR CORPORALITY RATHER THAN SPEAK OUR SEXUALITY.
MOMENTUM? MAYBE THE TIME HAS COME TO LIVE OUR CORPORALITY RATHER THAN SPEAK OUR SEXUALITY.
Kjersti G. Andvig & Carlton A. Turner, No One of Us is Innocent, 2008
Kjersti G. Andvig & Carlton A. Turner, No One of Us is Innocent, 2008
Kjersti G. Andvig & Carlton A. Turner, No One of Us is Innocent, 2008
Marina Faust, Untitled (Lili), 2013
Marina Faust, Untitled (Rene), 2013
Marina Faust, Untitled (Myung-II), 2013. Marina Faust, Untitled (Margit), 2013
Pilvi Takala, Bag Lady, 2013, slide show
Tania Perez Cordova, Script for a Perfekt Phone Call, 2014, clay, sim card, 63 x 81 cm
Tania Perez Cordova, Script for a Perfekt Phone Call, 2014, clay, sim card, 63 x 81 cm
Tobias Kaspar, Hydra Life, 2012, video, 3 flatscreens
Hannah Weinberger, Every Other Year, 2012, sound installation
MOMENTUM? MAYBE THE TIME HAS COME TO LIVE OUR CORPORALITY RATHER THAN SPEAK OUR SEXUALITY.
Marina Faust. Five Times Meret, 2013, C-prints, 40 x 32 cm
Maria Angletti, SR, 2014, C-print, 60 x 80 cm
Caroline Mesquita, Drums, 2013, metall, dimenions variable
Sylvie Blocher, A More Perfect Day, 2009, video