With Artun Alaska Arasli, Alexander Bacon, Patrick Alan Banfield, Zuzanna Czebatul, Inga Danysz, Buck Ellison, Elif Erkan, Nik Geene, Henrik Olai Kaarstein, Lutz Krietenbrink, Jannis Marwitz, Melanie Matthieu, Ruairidh Macleod, Daniel Murnagham, Bonny Poon, Daniel Stempfer, Alexander Tillegreen, Colin Whitaker, Phillip Zach
Vernissage le 5 Juillet dès 19h
Exposition du 05.07 au 10.08.13
We were like a network of passenger pigeons, passing correspondence amongst ourselves, but never with a sense of group consensus, never knowing what the others were doing exactly.
Standing for the first time in a bar in Lausanne, as everyone else was standing on the street in front of it, it suddenly occurred to me that the difference from the bars I am more used to frequenting is, in fact, that they prompt you to sit down. Talking in that sense presupposes a group conversation, and group dynamics are contained by, and represented in, the table. In the standing up bar I was encouraged to move around, and I talked to five different people exclusively in less than an hour. As it looked, others were doing the same.