- Erika Weiste – There are Many of Us Here
- Open Mon – Sun 12-18
The exhibition reflects strange spaces in abandoned houses, where the forgotten past meets the unknown future. Spaces in which the human world finally blends into the reality of multispecies life. Animals, plants, insects, and microbes all become one in the processes of decomposition and recomposition. The quiet gloom of an abandoned house tunes our senses into multisensory perception and changes our daily pace. This change in rhythm causes time to move from its tracks to an endless series of simultaneous events. Understanding time as a multi-level phenomenon has also marked the works in the exhibition, which have emerged from various wanderings in the world of endless possibilities, getting lost and making discoveries. In this process, a recurring loop generated by movement and sound became the integral form of the works. The loop is like a cycle of breathing. A sign of life, a ceaseless repetitive movement during which everything happens.