19.4 - 22.6.2008
Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz
Peter Mörtenböck & Helge Mooshammer
Project curator: Gulsen Bal
The project Gone City intends to explore an engagement of what it was discursively seen on the thick walls of the transformational processes to unfold the issues of 'tomorrow' within proliferation of approaches. This establishes a journey which forces long-hidden secrets into the open from emerging physical mobility and flows informing new ways of inhabiting and experiencing space in different localities. This also offers a way of mapping a "becoming beside oneself" where the production of culture's space/place laid at the door of 'other' worlds in motion. Often this compels us to rethink of what things are, includes how they become what they are. But, where is its echo heard?
The participant artists to this exhibition have been invited to present works that manifest a dynamical ground for having a deeper look at what possible is within the paradigm of the potentiality of the space or the structure within an inter-disciplinary creative realm.
A catalogue will be published featuring the Gone City by Gulsen Bal and Erden Kosova.
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MAGAZIN4 presents "Networked Cultures - The Bregenz Dialogues" in collaboration with the Vorarlberger Architektur Institut (vai) at Galerie Lisi Hämmerle / Bregenz on Thursday 17th of April 2008, 19.30.
Book presentation, film screening and discussion with Helge Mooshammer, Peter Mörtenböck, Gulsen Bal and STEALTH.