In What’s Missing, Is Where Love Has Gone
An exhibition by Christopher Petit
Curated by Louisa Elderton and Jelena Seng
Eröffnung: Dienstag 14. März 2017, 18 – 21 Uhr
Decad’s exhibition programme in the new gallery space will commence with a solo exhibition of work by British filmmaker and writer Christopher Petit. Curated by Louisa Elderton and Jelena Seng, In What’s Missing, Is Where Love Has Gone takes as its centre point a hazy image of David Bowie, one in a series of image fragments captured by Petit from different television screens over a number of years. The exhibition is not just a reflection on the mass consumption of imagery today and the subsequent value of not showing, but a very personal response by Petit to the state of our contemporary world — one of bad political hair and blue skies turning to black.
Christopher Petit : Film Retrospective
In parallel with Christopher Petit’s exhibition In What’s Missing, Is Where Love Has Gone, curated by Louisa Elderton and Jelena Seng in Decad’s storefront exhibition space, a retrospective of Petit’s films runs as part of the public programme in the Hinterhaus. Titles, dates and times are as follow.
|Saturday, 25 March : Radio On (1979) at 7pm
Saturday, 8 April : Flight to Berlin (1984) at 7pm
Saturday, 22 April : Chinese Boxes (1984) at 7pm
Saturday, 29 April : JG Ballard documentary (1991) at 3pm,
Saturday, 6 May : The Falconer (1998) at 7pm
Saturday, 20 May : Asylum (2000) at 5pm,
Further information is available at decad.org.
15. März – 20. Mai 2017 | Do. – Sa. 12 – 19 Uhr and by appointment