Justin Fitzpatrick suggests that the physics of our bodies are metonymic models for social structure in his show at Kevin Space.
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Kevin Space presents the first solo exhibition of Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou–Rahme in Austria: “We know what it is for / We who have used it”.
In her exhibition conceived for Kevin Space, Russian artist Irina Lotarevich examines schemas, known both in cognitive therapy and in computational science.
The “Guided Meditations” by Zuzanna Bartoszek are a series of expanded poetry performances that employ intimate confession and self-exposure.
Lydia Ourahmane's stark chorus of sound and voices fills the space, spoken as a commentary against common reason, the taught and the habitual.
In “Semiosis Cataracts” Kandis Williams creates a space of intimacy between performer and audience and complicity between producer and consumer.
Amazing girls / It’s complicated proposes the relationship of the body to society as an erotic one, where desire however is both gratified and unfulfilled.
The exhibition “Citizens of Nowhere” by Yuri Pattison at Kevin Space explores contemporary relationships between truth and artifice.
Inaugurated at Duve Galerie in Berlin, “Venus City” by Marianne Vlaschits sequels the astronauts’ journey and exploration of new models of living together.
Kevin Space presents Maria Gorodeckaya’s solo exhibition “Pulling Flesh from the Shell with an Index” at its new space at Volkertmarkt.