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6.November 2021 12:00 - 21.November 2021 18:00
Muse, Folded is a group exhibition of a collective experimental art project shared between seven artists. The title refers to the act of folding a letter in order to put it in an envelope but also refers to the expression of a business being closed down because of difficulties, in this case, the crisis that artistic inspirations have been going through during the time of social distancing due to a global pandemic.
In the limitations that have followed the virus outbreak, many creatives came up with digital substitutes and solutions for their works from streaming to conference-call workshops to online 3D events.
For many of us -creator or audience- the muse that emerges from physical contact and connectivity with reality gets lost or dims profoundly and continuously in between digital gadgets, laptops and telephones. What is often bound to engage all five senses, reduces to sight and hearing. Interaction with the artwork is compromised profoundly. And the bombardment of same-quality, same-aimed information wears us out in time.
As an experimental solution, ‘Muse, Folded’ involved seven artists across Berlin working in the fields of visual arts & plastic arts to take part in a cycle of mailed artworks through an expansion of time.
Each artist created an artwork inspired by the one they received and posted it to the next artist. All throughout this process the artworks were received and sent anonymously. This as a manifestation aimed to strip the artwork of its institution and demonstrate the fundamental impact of the image as a muse.
Vernissage: 05.11.2021. 18-22pm
Exhibition: 06.11-20.11.2021, 12-18pm
Finissage: 20.11.2021. 18-22pm
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Curated by Golnar Tabibzadeh.
This project was a part of #OccupyOyoun.
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