Curated by Maurin Dietrich and Cathrin Mayer, the Berlin-based artist created an installation that trickled out into the surrounding streets and shops, including subways and storefronts. Exploring ’emotional dis/orientation,’ Foell looks at the moment of leftovers, trace, borders and when when things begin to merge.
Foell’s practice investigates “the boundaries of legibility, accessibility and (re)presentation modes that relate to the impermanence of messages we read continually,” and for this particular exhibition she focuses on the flat surface, combining autobiographical images, ‘floating scripts like signs,’ and the technique of scratching to invert “our expectations of a deflated space.”
The work is being shown during the week of major Paris-based art fair FIAC and it’s smaller fringe event Paris Internationale and also includes a selection of Japanese avantgarde techno/city pop and Italianian piano house by Julian Göthe.**