30.04.2021 - 02.05.2021
In cooperation with:
KUNSTRAUM POTSDAMER STRASSE, Berlin
We are still facing difficult times, and our relations and connection to one another are being challenged more than ever. The fact that even the physical space of the exhibition as a platform for interaction has been omitted stresses the necessity to reflect on the connection to ourselves, others, the society we live in, and to search for new ways of interconnectedness.
While the physical exhibition “Parkverbot” will be happening and documented, there will be no visitors allowed in the actual gallery space. Therefore the group of artists is creating inclusive emerging online channels to access the exhibition in various ways. Merging the physical and digital space. They are facing new challenges in working together, presenting their works and trying to interact with the viewer through a digital lens, finding ways of connecting in a hybrid format. Also, their works and forms of installations approach the concept of relation from different perspectives and are incorporating challenges faced while planning an exhibition during a pandemic. Inquiries are emerging surrounding the importance and dilemmas of intimate relations. The interactions between people, places, objects and emotions are continuously being subjected to the tests we all know too well by now.
Whilst being confronted with several constantly changing prohibitions we still need to find a way of moving within these restrictions. Parking is temporary, the concept of waiting to move forward but yet not standing completely still and the inevitability of proceeding elsewhere and eventually arriving.