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Andrew Norman Wilson, Unthinkable Bygone (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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Andrew Norman Wilson, Unthinkable Bygone (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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Jeremy Shaw, This Transition Will Never End (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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Antoine Renard, Untitled (2840178_Terror Mum) (2016) and Jeremy Shaw, Unseen Potential (Yopo Anadenanthera Peregrina) (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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Antoine Renard, Untitled (2840178_Terror Mum) (2016) and Jeremy Shaw, Unseen Potential (Yopo Anadenanthera Peregrina) (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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KOSMO (2016). Exhibition view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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KOSMO (2016). Exhibition view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
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Marguerite Humeau, Black Mamba (2016) and The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.

KOSMO (2016) exhibition photos

, 22 November 2016

The KOSMO group exhibition was on at Vienna’s Kevin Space, which ran  from July 8 to August 7, 2016.

Curated by Franziska Sophie Wildförster, the show featured work by Marguerite Humeau, Andrew Norman Wilson, Jeremy Shaw, Antoine Renard and The Mycological Twist

Marguerite Humeau, Black Mamba (2016) and The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
Marguerite Humeau, Black Mamba (2016) and The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.

The installation included a range of wall paint, sculpture, video and photography; an assortment of materials from snake venom paint, oyster mushrooms in shipping boxes to 3D printed polythene sculpture on washing machine and a Kirlian polaroid. Staging fabrications within conceptions of contemporary and ancient mysticism, the works brought together challenge the humanist experience and explore thresholds of self and other. 

The works approach and seek to make poriferous, the limitations of ratio through the proposition of non-human subject positions — ‘natural’, technologically and digitally made, ancient and contemporary — produced in human, artistic practice.**

The KOSMO group show at Vienna’s Kevin Space ran from July 8 to August 7, 2016.

Header image: KOSMO (2016). Exhibition view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.

KOSMO @ Kevin Space, Jul 7 – Aug 7

4 July 2016

The KOSMO group exhibition was on at Vienna’s Kevin Space, which ran  from July 8 to August 7, 2016.

Curated by Franziska Sophie Wildförster, the show featured work by Marguerite Humeau, Andrew Norman Wilson, Jeremy Shaw, Antoine Renard and The Mycological Twist

Marguerite Humeau, Black Mamba (2016) and The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.
Marguerite Humeau, Black Mamba (2016) and The Mycological Twist, Primordia#Formation (2016). Installation view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.

The installation included a range of wall paint, sculpture, video and photography; an assortment of materials from snake venom paint, oyster mushrooms in shipping boxes to 3D printed polythene sculpture on washing machine and a Kirlian polaroid. Staging fabrications within conceptions of contemporary and ancient mysticism, the works brought together challenge the humanist experience and explore thresholds of self and other. 

The works approach and seek to make poriferous, the limitations of ratio through the proposition of non-human subject positions — ‘natural’, technologically and digitally made, ancient and contemporary — produced in human, artistic practice.**

The KOSMO group show at Vienna’s Kevin Space ran from July 8 to August 7, 2016.

Header image: KOSMO (2016). Exhibition view. Photo by Georg Petermichl. Courtesy the artists and Kevin Space, Vienna.