at Praxes, Berlin, 2014

Rehearsal I, Take one: Parts That Do Not Go Together

PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art is a not-for-profit venue for international contemporary art and research in Berlin presenting half-year cycles of consecutive exhibition modules, papers, and live activities revolving around two unassociated artistic practices. This first presentation of the cycle, Rehearsal I, Take One: Parts That Do Not Go Together gradually unfolded between parts of works that belong to different systemic presentations within my work.


Disordered Bodies Fractured Minds (Private M., Patient A. & Traveller H.), Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (crime) and Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (work), 2012, 2013 and 2013


Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (crime), Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (work) and Untitled book collages, 2013, 2013 and 2011


Repetition and Dispersion/ 4 jokes become 5 (crime) and Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (work), 2013


Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (crime) and Repetition and Dispersion / 4 jokes become 5 (work), 2013


Untitled book collages and 5 blackboard panels, 2011 and 2014


5 blackboard panels, 2014

Rehearsal I, Take two: Parts That Do Not Go Together

Where Take One brought together collages, dismembered and fractured bodies of work, the backbone of Take Two is Structure for Repetition (not Representation). This sculpture of curtains and panels spins a genealogy as it, in turn, interferes with constructed narratives and blocks a spatial overview of the exhibition space.


Structure for Repetition (Not Representation), Amsterdam version, 2011


Structure for Repetition (Not Representation), Amsterdam version, 2011, in back: The Body in Crisis prints for Prison Work, 2013 and Structure 2. Repetition (Not Representation) 1988, 2014


Repetition and Dispersion/ 4 jokes become 5 (sustenance), 2011 and Structure for Repetition (Not Representation), Amsterdam version, 2011