Images

Leotta-Ekman Renato Leotta, Aprile, 2017
Marie-Louise Ekman, Fantasifullt möte (Fantasy Meeting), 1997
IMG_7221 Renato Leotta, Aprile, 2017
Hernández-Weerasethakul-Taocheng Wang Rodrigo Hernández, Super Position, 2016
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Vapour of Melancholy, 2014
Evelyn Taocheng Wang, The Interview, 2017
Weerasethakul-Taocheng Wang Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Vapour of Melancholy, 2014
Evelyn Taocheng Wang, The Interview, 2017
Evelyn Taocheng Wang, The Interview, 2017, video still, De Hallen Haarlem. Courtesy Galerie Fons Welters. Photography by Gert Jan van Rooij (2) Evelyn Taocheng Wang, The Interview, 2017
(Installation at De Hallen, Haarlem)
Hernández-Weerasethakul Rodrigo Hernández, Super Position, 2016
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Vapour of Melancholy, 2014
R.Herna?ndez, Super position, 2016, carto ne, lacca metallica, stoffa, pittura, tubo in plastica:cardboard, metal lacquer, fabric, paint, plastic tube, cm.50x65x30 Rodrigo Hernández, Super Position, 2016
Leotta-Hernández Renato Leotta, Aprile, 2017
Rodrigo Hernández, The metaphor of the spider (Broken tooth in NYC / Divided by many), 2016
Weerasethakul-Winterling Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Vapour of Melancholy, 2014
Susanne Winterling, Untitled (The pressure behind your nail colour, my dear), 2009
Weerasethakul Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Vapour of Melancholy, 2014
Winterling 1 Susanne Winterling, Untitled (The pressure behind your nail colour, my dear), 2009
untitled(thepressurebehindyournailcolour)08 Susanne Winterling, Untitled (The pressure behind your nail colour, my dear), 2009
Winterling-Hernández Susanne Winterling, Untitled (The pressure behind your nail colour, my dear), 2009
Rodrigo Hernández, The metaphor of the spider (Broken tooth in NYC / Divided by many), 2016
7f9a07d4-784e-4cd2-8cc7-826b17bfb57d Rodrigo Hernández, The metaphor of the spider (Broken tooth in NYC / Divided by many), 2016
Winterling-Erol Vert Susanne Winterling, Persistence and Glow for the Plants on Earthseed (spec. Dinoflagellata from Glistening Troubles, 2017
Viron Erol Vert, Flesh of the Ancestors, 2017
Winterling-Feizabadi Susanne Winterling, Crossover Planetary Algae Empire (for Octavia Butler), 2017
Azin Feizabadi, The Epic of Lovers: Mafia, God and the Citizens, 2017
Winterling 2B Susanne Winterling, Persistence and Glow for the Plants on Earthseed (spec. Dinoflagellata from Glistening Troubles, 2017
Winterling 2 Susanne Winterling, Persistence and Glow for the Plants on Earthseed (spec. Dinoflagellata from Glistening Troubles, 2017
Erol Vert Viron Erol Vert, Flesh of the Ancestors, 2017
Erol Vert (detail) Viron Erol Vert, Flesh of the Ancestors, 2017
Erol Vert (detail 2) Viron Erol Vert, Flesh of the Ancestors, 2017
Winterling 3 Susanne Winterling, Crossover Planetary Algae Empire (for Octavia Butler), 2017
Feizabadi Azin Feizabadi, The Epic of Lovers: Mafia, God and the Citizens, 2017
Winterling-Erol Vert-Feizabadi-Weerasethakul-Winterling Installation view
Winterling-Erol Vert-Feizabadi Installation view

Press Release

Many truths are there to be found beyond the post-truth universe, just as there are limitless possibilities to discover within the expanded matter. Not only algorithms and artificial intelligence but also universal frequencies respond to what is spelled out. A poetical ethics at work. Only a couple of years ago the moon was clear and visible; change was in the air. The world was moved by a new collective energy, demanding better democracy in the streets, parks and squares. The indecisive moment that followed was immediately filled by the intermediating agencies, the wave generated by people redirected.

Like a full moon that cannot be captured by a smart device, our enchantment with the moon in sight shifted to the frustrated distance in-between and to the intermediary fingers that block its view. The current moment is in need of a sentimental education. The finger can point to the moon’s location in the night sky. However, it is not the moon. The finger never moons, never reveals, never dreams. Bruce Lee once wisely reminded us that concentrating on the finger makes us miss all the heavenly glory that may exist. When structures collapse and beliefs lose ground, it may be the time to see through the fractured reality and connect with our moons, towards an aesthetics of togetherness. Another political horizon.