The *the new liquid model* group exhibition at Berlin’s DUVE took place over one day on July 27.
Curated by Naomi Bisley and Harriett Henderson, the show is part of a new series of “transdisciplinary one-night shows” and featured work by Jala Wahid, Shade Therét, Rindon Johnson, Julia Colavita and Adam Chad Brody.
The works respond to the body as form, as cultural impact upon, as individual understanding, as well as the ‘sociological structures’ that affect it. The event also includes a poem by Henderson, with an excerpt reading:
“…if the soft flesh wobbles, remain
a seething molecule mass vibrating at a certain frequency. this state,
of dense actuality is temporary
to overcome the restrictions of physicality the fruit must be peeled…”**