I SEE was was founded in 2013 by Berlin-based artists Hartenstein and Clemens Wilhelm to develop a conversation around video art in the international contemporary art scene. This year’s will examine “the impact of technological and aesthetic inventions on the human condition, as well as the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly digitized world.”
Sorry Archive is a series of exhibitions run by alter egos, which disintegrates and re-congeals after each show as a way to demolish and create continuously aesthetics, styles and strategies. It is maintained by Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill.
There will be texts works by Freedman in the space.
The press release continues to describe that the exhibition will embody the strategy of the poet, who attempts to record the first letter of each word he hears spoken aloud in conversation in frantic real time, in a desire to “recuperate deficit” and catch .
It is a fascinating text to a show that reads unclear -until seen -as to whether the work in the space will embody the strategy this exhibition is adopting, and almost try and catch themselves in their own mnemonic (mark) making, or whether the embodying will be left over to the occasion and atmosphere held between the works of NO GAINS ON SACRIFICE as a thing in itself.