Berlin-based project space km temporaer is presenting group exhibition, Surplus Living, in collaboration with London-based writer Harry Burke at Alte Münze, opening on March 14 and running to March 23.
Curated by Burke and km temporaer intiators Elisa R. Linn and Lennart Wolff, the event brings together the work of 18 artists exploring the function of commodified experience and the role of art production in a continually expanding market.
Including Jasper Spicero, Adriana Ramić, Tatsuo Miyajima, Amalia Ulman, Jesse Darling, Harm van den Dorpel, Michael E. Smith and Constant Dullaart and more, Surplus Living represents a cross-section of production and consumption discourse examining concepts of value creation and division of labor in the “age of the prosumer”.
See the km temporaer website for details. **