Conceptual, Digital, Installation, Mixed Media, Sound, Video
Weichselstr.8Berlin, Germany 10247
Orientations is an exhibition dedicated to the idea of points of references in time and space through the concepts of memory, codes and absence. The works wonder about the personal and collective perception of time. Their dialogue emerges through the overlapping of feelings, duration and signs. Our idea of time is very codified and scientifically restricted to some codes and systems that become visible in common objects like calendars and watches. Time is measured and captured following rules and concepts commonly shared, but its perception can be something really personal and subjective, linked to our experience, feelings, mind and memory. Time seems to be very related to movement. We could say that time is movement, because right when everything stops, time seems not to exist anymore. The perception of the movement in the space is a process connected to the mind that reconstructs its routes, variations and gaps. When everything is just alive.