© Lorenzo Sandoval, ‘Medusa’, Deep Surface Series, 2016. Digital collage.
Lorenzo Sandoval – Deep Surface
Eröffnung: 2. April 2016, 19 – 21 Uhr
With a program of interventions organized by The Institute for Endotic Research:
|Tuesday 05. April, 7 pm‘When The Map Meets The Territory’.
An essay-fiction by John Holten.Tuesday 12. and Wednesday 13. April, 7 – 9 pm
‘[The Eponym] Care as affirmative practice’.
Workshop by Deborah Ligorio.
Saturday 23. April, 7 pm
‘Sirens, Symbols, Serendipity’.
Talk by Paul Feigelfeld.
Wednesday 27. April, 7 pm
‘Drawing shadows from the spaces between bodies, archive
and architecture in dissident desire’.
Performance–Talk by Suza Husse.
In his exhibition, accompanied by program of interventions, at L’Atelier-ksr, ‘Deep Surface’, Lorenzo Sandoval will present a site-specific body of work, sorted in three parts. ‘Broken Parliament’, ‘Curriculum Vitae’ and ‘Deep Surface’ navigate over spaces while referring to the lack of solid references, a sort of gel-form that characterizes the society of advanced capitalism.
Lorenzo Sandoval’s expansive projects are spatial storytellers and include the presence of other practitioners, which become almost equally valuable parts of a more complex whole. This new site specific production is meant to unfold with a program over the duration of the exhibition and serve as a proposition in order to renegotiate and reconstruct the common space, while looking for common symbols and systems. The program hosted in the piece ‘Broken Parliament’ will include contributions by John Holten, Deborah Ligorio, Paul Feigelfeld, and Suza Husse. Text by Gabriela Acha (fragment).