The press release includes a text describing the textured and tangible world around us in microscopic detail by Jenny Gagalka:
“…and a feedback loop. A suite of fans oscillates. Airborne liquid solidifies. Paint dries.
A fruity floral scent, the smallest particles, pigments, spread with hair onto all-natural fibers wrapped around a wooden support. Then I fill the tub halfway, then riding with my surfboard, surfboard, surfboard, graining on that wood, graining, graining on that wood. A misunderstanding.”
On April 30 and part of the Studio Sunday series, Heilbron will also hold a reading called ‘The End of the World, Detoxification and Farming in the 17th Century Competence+ Quality = safety’ with Klara Kayser. Taking the form of notes, poems and found texts, the pair will “attempt to draw correlations between detoxification, harvesting in the 17th century, and the imminent Armageddon.”
See the Ashley Berlin website for details.**