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Imagine Gallery, Beijing, China

http://www.box1035.com/beready.html

Photo: installation view with recycled water sculptures

In this installation, BOX 1035 uses the colors of the terrorist alert system adopted by the US government after 911, as a reference to hyper-vigilism, induced paranoia and an Orwellian attitude that has threatened to permanently undermine American civil rights, while paradoxically claiming to protect them. The “Color-coded Threat Level System” ensures that at no time is it possible to live without some level of fear....

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Imagine Gallery, Beijing, China

http://www.box1035.com/beready.html

Photo: detail of pots with recycled water sculpture

In this installation, BOX 1035 uses the colors of the terrorist alert system adopted by the US government after 911, as a reference to hyper-vigilism, induced paranoia and an Orwellian attitude that has threatened to permanently undermine American civil rights, while paradoxically claiming to protect them. The “Color-coded Threat Level System” ensures that at no time is it possible to live without some level of fear....

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ritterkreuz - gedächtnissschwund - kameradschaftsbund

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At Netwerk Galerij Aalst Belgium

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AVIEW NOMAD GALLERY
Public Projections - Gothenburg

In the series Public Projections Gothenburg AVIEW NOMAD GALLERY presents work by invited artists at the projection based site in public space.

The screening is on a permanent projection-space in central Gothenburg, Sweden. The curatorial principal is linked to addressing the access/usage of public space per se it does not have to evolve around the city or urbanism but reflect back on the participatory aspect of creating or (re-)forming the society we live in. In this specific case one needs to take into consideration that it is located on a street in central Gothenburg. This gives the work a specific context that might alter the reading in comparison to a screening in a specific art context. At the time we see the project as interruptions of the expected flow in public space. The programming is done as we come across something we would like to share.

www.aviewnomadgallery.com

Jan 2010 PP1 Madeleine Hatz - Gothenburg, Sweden
Feb 2010 PP2 Jessica Faiss - Gothenburg, Sweden
March 2010 Annica Karlsson Rixon & Anna Viola Hallberg, Minsk, Belarus