Exhibition Details

Subversive Correspondenc #1 Broadwalk Arts, Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Bristol, BS4 2QU.
Monday 20th July - Thursday 23rd July 2009

Subversive Correspondence #2
The Gallery at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, Willesden, London, NW10 2SF.
Wednesday 19th August- Wednesday 2nd September 2009
Private View 18th August 6-9pm

Curator: Diana Ali


Concept

The interpretations encounter political statements or disperse cultural observations; correspondence that is not immediate but perhaps depends on the contingencies of travel. Subversive systems of posting and collecting dialogue create the emergence of new narratives that are shared and reacted upon through hybrid texts, images and temporary ownership. Show cased as a touring exhibition at Broadwalk Arts, Bristol then at The Willesden Gallery, London, the works continue to explore language, visual interchange and systematic dialogues.

Artists

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Sibyll Kalff

Sibyll Kalff, Donald Lassau, Germany
"Interlog mural"






"loyalty is an airy neurotic" judges "sterex" and is right beyond doubt. "sterex" is a digital aphorism machine, a computer program, thought out by sibyll kalff and donald lessau, who have an exhibition right on Good Friday in the "galerie am schlachthof". marcel duchamp would have been utterly pleased with their talkative invention, they would have probably only to fear artcritics like us. for the one-time price that equals my pay-off for this article, "sterex" diffuses nonsense of the highest niveau: " the formalization if the art-order funcitons objectively as the continous pattern of a singular story". there is not much more to add to that. (Daniel Kothenschulte, art and filmcritic, 1996)