The Body Holes group exhibition is launching online at New Scenario, opening June 3.
The show is the third and most elaborate project run by the digital platform, founded by Paul Barsch and Tilman Hornig, and will take the concept treating the natural orifices of the human body as practical exhibition spaces for art. It is a part of this year’s Berlin Bienniale, which runs June 4 to September 18, and you can find it, once launched, in the BB9 online ‘#Fear of Content’ section.
Included will be work by Dorota Gaweda & Eglé Kulbokaité, Jesse Darling, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Ed Fornieles, and Burkhard Beschow & Anne Fellner, among others, in Body Holes, which is loosely connected to the collaborative exhibition Episode 4: Bathroom by Barsch and Hornig which closed in January this year.
Other artists involved include Yves Scherer, Anna Sagström, Adam Cruces, Jake Kent, Bruno Zhu and Carson Fisk-Vittori.
See the FB event page for more details and a run down of all the artists involved.**share news item