There is no information to accompany the show save for a sketch of a small street winding off into the distance with a cat lying in the road. The two Berlin-based artists have worked previously together in 2014 for a show called Phobismus [transl. Phobia] and in 2012 for a show titled Mercy for Objects that took place in the now closed Terminal Projects in New York.
It appears both artists work delicately with drawing and painting on varying papers, silk, or found and provincial surfaces to create tender feelings and illustrations that sit somewhere between representing emotion and avoiding all meaning and exact placement at all.
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