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While Trisha Donnelly produces drawings, photographs, videos as well as sound pieces and performances, she doesn’t just decline techniques. Instead, the different mediums she uses are reservoirs of reflections. Even the space and time of the exhibition are seen by the artist as receptacles of references – historical, geographical, symbolical and spiritual -, of associations of ideas and reminiscences.
Rather than thinking of Trisha Donnelly’s works as mysterious and impenetrable, one should see them as attempts to escape the constraints of the production and materialisation of any object and to go beyond the spatial and temporal limitations of the exhibition. Maybe Trisha Donnelly is just not where we think she is? (more…)
With the editions of Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, David Hominal.
John M Armleder, Marcel Broodthaers, François Curlet, Trisha Donnelly and Pierre Vadi
« Fiction can help to fin both the truth and what if hides. »
The Missing Evidence is an exhibition aiming to explore strategies of mystification towards which tend certain artists, playing of their status of creators. It takes to witness the emblematic figure of Bas Jan Ader (1942-1975). The artist, mysteriously gone missing at sea at age of 33, during his performance-trip entitled In the Search of the Miraculous.
This conceptual Dutch artist, whom art was a voyage just as real as metaphorical, chose to cross the Atlantic alone on a sailboat from the United States. Upon his arrival, an exhibition was planned at the Groninger Museum (Holland) to present works realized during his voyage. (more…)
w/Monica Bonvicini, Gerard Byrne, Philippe Decrauzat, Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, David Hominal, Aaron Flint Jamison, Jakob Kolding, Erik van Lieshout, Fabian Marti, Jonathan Monk, Oscar Tuazon, Jeffrey Vallance
Oval – Lingotto Fiere
Art Editions, Stand AE1
Centre d’édition contemporaine at artgenève
International art fair
Gerard Byrne, Philippe Decrauzat, Trisha Donnelly, Sylvie Fleury, Oscar Tuazon, Jeffrey Vallance