The AFFECT 1: WHILE WE WORK: A Temporary State of Affairs group exhibition is on at Berlin’s Agora project space on May 27.
Hosted by the artist run collective and curated by Judith Lavagna, the show is conceived as a time-based structure for one night. WHILE WE WORK operates as a storyteller and as a score that oscillates between the liveness and the memory of Agora’s work in relation to their building —a space in constant mutation, where working phases and changes of plans are part of its daily construction, as well as the multiple informations, stories and rumours that have been circulating.
Included in the Agora Rollberg space —the collective’s second, which the coming exhibition will ‘unveil’ and ‘witness’ —is the work of Berlin-based artists Nicolas Puyjalon, Chile-born Michelle Marie Letelier, duo Anne Fellner & Burkhard Beschow, who were a part of Comedy Club that aqnb reviewed earlier this month and Paul Barsch.
Affect is Agora’s central programme running for the majority of 2016, acting as co-host to the events that take place at Rollberg, kicking off with this show, collecting and archiving the work within Agora’s work as a whole.
See the Agora Affect page for more.**