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Group show: See You on the Flip Side! A group exhibition about Narrative/Identity (over)

3 February 2011 until 12 March 2011
  See You on the Flip Side! A group exhibition about Narrative/Identity
Video Still from Boris Eldagsen: 'SPAM the musical'
 
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The group show “See you on the Flip Side!” explores the tenuous border crossings through which we define ourselves by questioning the frontiers of cultural, social and medial identities. In putting the viewer in other’s shoes, what we frequently find across those borders is a wall of prejudice, miscommunication and disappointment. Through different media the artists reveal their stories of trying to cross these borders through experiences from past or present happenings. Some are based on personal memories; others are taken out of everyday life. Often humorous, but sometimes deeply disturbing, these artists present narratives of desires and misfires in the search for self.

Curated by Nicole Bebout & Sonja Hofstetter

Featuring:

Salwa Aleryani: 'Unedibly'

Joerg Auzinger: 'Blind Spot'

Sarah Boothroyd: ‘Retro Rhetoric: Becoming More Becoming’, ‘Worry, Worry Worry’, ‘Do What You Fear And Fear Disappears’, ‘Lack of Proper Words’

Hou Chien Cheng: 'You Are My Translator for Nothing'

Derek Coté: 'Rewards Not Given to Men Searching With Big Canoes'

Petra Dubach & Mario van Horrik: 'Trans(port)(l)ation 2'

Boris Eldagsen: 'SPAM the musical'

Sam Holden: 'Focus'

Karl Heinz Jeron: 'Playing Identities'

Stacy Kranitz: 'Target Unknown'

Monica Ong: ‘Remedies’, ‘Old Timer’s Dis-ease’

Hidemi Takagi: 'Blender'

Maya Watanabe: 'Abrasis'

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