27.10. — 26.11.2017
The Greeks gave us Kronos (unoriginary) and sequential (originary) time. We use them, unable to perceive them … What comes before what originary comes after? To my surprise the answer is: a land of pure emptiness, of endless joys, happiness, peace and contentment, a place of youth, cheerful expectation and blissful fulfilment … Is this shared by all? It can change the world from heaviness to lightness.
– Richard Tuttle
MILKY WAY approaches an expanded language of diverse materials that stimulate time-based processes, weaving factual events into fiction, mixing memories and imaginary, collective and personal. In its turn, each work proposes a deconstructive take on form and shape: the presence of time seems dominating, yet transpires as akin to another spatial dimension. Time as a meditative process is encoded onto the very surfaces of the works, and the meditation on different moods opens the possibility for multiple narratives and successive ways of underlying causes. Questions about control and non-linearity join established markers of time: to which extent the imaginary guides the physical process, what space is left for serendipity and intuition?
10. — 12.11.2017