rebuild recompose rejoy

exploiting monuments by dailylabel
06/12/2011, 15:40
Filed under: art, resources, review

Just come back from Jutta Koether’s show in Paris at Campoli Presti where she shows a series of “plank paintings” – calling for possible spaces, re-calling other spaces.

I want them not to be too far for what I started in Lausanne over the weekend with the reconstitution of a dilletant prospective oil rig built in Arnex, Switzerland in 1929 by an entrepreneur convinced by a water diviner.

The public intervention was part of the festival les Urbaines. It will be followed by a recomposition, performing the movement from the public urban space to the museum, in a groupshow to be opened in february 2012. This follows my interest about the sub-history of industrial infrastructures.

I was expecting to find some exciting spaces in the ParisGamesWeek held end of october, but got hardly thrilled by what I saw, although there would be a strange potential about these “landscapes”:


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