The second of a three-part series of exhibitions at Berlin’s KLEMM’s galerie, conceived in collaboration with Alexej Meschtschanow and Ulrich Gebert, ‘Just came to say HELLO’, running January 17 to March 2, is a provoking insight into the myth of the person in the singular.
Split across the aesthetically and conceptually variant work of Amanda Ross-Ho, Emanuel Geisser, Friedrich Kunath, Markus Karstieß, Martín Mele, Katja Novitskova and the late Philippe Vandenberg, a shared conception of each artist’s own unique vision interacting and conflicting with each other on the KLEMM’s exhibition floor, reflecting the duality of the drive to both communication and self-isolation.
Answering the question of where the herd ends and the individual begins has its hazards and curator Meschtschanow opts to complicate the drive to a resolution only more.
See some install photos from the exhibition in our media section to the top right of this page and check the KLEMM’S Gallery website for details of the exhibition. **
Header image: Just came to say HELLO (2013) install view. © Image courtesy the artist and KLEMM’S, Berlin.