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»Occupations of Uninhabited Space« at Gianni Manhattan

Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan

The future, in fiction, is a metaphor. Each of the positions from “Occupations of Uninhabited Space” at Gianni Manhattan imagined a life, a society, a species, a realm as radically other.

Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Occupations of Uninhabited Space at Gianni Manhattan
Title: Occupations of Uninhabited Space
Artist: Zsófia Keresztes, Jenine Marsh, and Zoë Paul
Date: November 11 – December 22, 2017
Venue: Gianni Manhattan, Wassergasse 14, 1030 Vienna

Photos by Simon Veres, courtesy Gianni Manhattan and the artists

www.giannimanhattan.com

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