FRAGMENTS FROM THE MIRROR

Exhibition of collaborative findings from a process of several weeks of searching for traces for the artistic localization of the self

noah holtwiesche
mimie maggale
alexandra reill
jasmin r. schabert
christian stefaner-schmid

when
opening 07/07/2016
exhibition 09/07/2016 – 21/07/2016
where
36|PROJECTCELL

curating alexandra reill / harald bauer / jasmin r. schabert
graphics | public relations alexandra reill / jasmin r. schabert
production ‚Patachronique in cooperation with kanonmedia 

Under the title WORKING ON THE MIRROR, creatives from different areas were invited to approach (self-)perception in everyday life – linked to artistic work processes – through individual recording processes.

This approach is closely intertwined with common diary entry practices, whose added value – in addition to preserving memories, categorizing, etc. – ultimately also provides the possibility of self-optimization over time [?].

In contrast to the initially dynamic and free collaborative process, the fragmentary results of individual traces of observation are brought together in the collective exhibition to form a localized whole. (*)

(*) jasmin r. schabert, 2016. comment and translation: alexandra reill

FRAGMENTS FROM THE MIRROR supported by

— municipality 1040 vienna

FRAGMENTS FROM THE MIRROR featured by

— esel / vie / a / 16

One Reply to “FRAGMENTS FROM THE MIRROR”

  1. […] The approx. one-hour performance was developed by Noah Holtwiesche for WORKING ON THE MIRROR and specifically on the theme of the artistic research process of the think tank series, to which artists from different fields were invited to approach (self-)perception in the context of everyday life – linked to artistic work processes and through individual recording methods. [**] The performance took place on 30/06/2016 and the video installation was exhibited as a relic of the research process as part of the Think Tank Series and subsequently as part of the group exhibition FRAGMENTS FROM THE MIRROR. […]

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