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P//////AKT P/////AKT platform for contemporary art

Zeeburgerpad 53, 1019 AB Amsterdam
www.pakt.nu

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Here are some documentation images of our latest publications by our final P/////AKTPOOLers Benjamin Francis (Artez Arnh...
26/09/2022

Here are some documentation images of our latest publications by our final P/////AKTPOOLers Benjamin Francis (Artez Arnhem, 2020) and Tessa Langeveld (AKI, 2020) who participated in the program in 2021-22. Available at our P/////AKT bookshop and online!
With contributions by Àngels Miralda, Laura van Grinsven and Nesli Gül Durukan and Zeger Reyers, Gabriel Lester and Mickey Yang respectively.

Francis and Langeveld were preceded by Stefan Cammeraat (HKU, 2015), Thomas Swinkels (St. Joost Breda, 2015), Lisa Sudhibhasilp (GRA, 2016), Monique IJsseldijk (AKI, 2016), Emiel Zeno (HKU, 2017), Loïs Richard (KABK, 2017), Brigitte Louter (KABK, 2018), Pia Hinz (GRA, 2018), Laura Hogeweg (MAFAD, 2019) and David Grønlykke (GRA, 2019).

P/////AKTPOOL Vol. 1 comprises the endeavours of all twelve participants of this special program, who were each invited shortly after their bachelor graduation. Each of them realised three consecutive presentations with special guests and produced a publication on the results of their project at P/////AKT.

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen’s solo exhibition MAIN COURSE is currently on view until 16 October. Come visit us Thu-Sun 1...
23/09/2022

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen’s solo exhibition MAIN COURSE is currently on view until 16 October. Come visit us Thu-Sun 14:00-18:00!

horizon is tilting with each propulsion of oars dragging the speculative transformations and arrangements behind. transfer will happen at the deepest if zeros will not bleed too much before.

stone boats, anatomy of numbers, towel, alienation from the present moment and perhaps an attempt to grasp the totality of the matter just a minute later. inert movement of layers (after a splash) are part of the large scale transaction. the subject of orange melts into the purple one.
future currency will corrupt the codes of today, even those covered with sun cream

/ she left for a swim after all

The work of Kristina Sedlerova Villanen (Finland, 1987) can be described as emotionally loaded transitions in perishable matter. She is interested in the inconsistency of human nature, the attraction of humankind towards building unequal systems, creating concepts and the need to believe in them. Working with geological sediments, poorly made degradable materials, immaterial sources and language deposits, she alters these raw materials and the information history they are loaded with, unfolding the structures behind hierarchies and ownership history of natural resources.

With a series of sculptural gestures, MAIN COURSE is examining its own name and internal and external relationships, mingling with the space of P/////AKT.

Now on view in the P/////AKTSALON! And available through our website (https://www.pakt.nu/publication/charlott-markus-so...
18/09/2022

Now on view in the P/////AKTSALON! And available through our website (https://www.pakt.nu/publication/charlott-markus-some-things-bleak/)

Some Things Bleak is a publication about seeing versus not seeing, about gender, class and climate, a work about representation and reproduction. In short, a vehicle for perception and togetherness.

After leaving an artist in residence in Japan spring 2019 and being back in Amsterdam Markus felt the need for silence and contemplation. Intuitively she built a studio setting in the forest and a photographic process began. It started with a found tarpaulin; the same kind of blue tarp that is a common sight in Japan and if one looks closer most often a shelter for someone without a home appears. The same familiar blue patches that we see in Europe on building sites and in gardens, a weave that shelters from the wet and hides what we should not see. Using the sun as the only light source plants were photographed through the weave resulting in images seemingly being at sea, being under water or floating in a blue sky. Yet it is only a woven blue plastic piece that hides what is right in front of us. It blocks our view and hides the natural. A deception. An illusion.

Parallel to honoring artistic writing such as calligraphy and Rorschach tests these images also reference cyanotypes, the first photographs ever made. When one looks closely, the woven blue grid in the tarp resembles the fleeting never-ending digital pixels that swirls around us in our everyday life. The images are poetic and at the same time a bleak abstraction of nature, representation and reproducibility. Some Things Bleak is a poetic summary of the artist’s thoughts and layered methodology, simultaneously the work highlights intersectional views in both the texts and in the metaphor of the printing process.

This publication is more of an artwork than an actual book. A hardcover that contains loose sheets, which all have been folded into separate folders. Folders that can be democratically taken out and be used as separate artworks. Three colors give the publication its identity, white, black and blue, which are combined in both paper choices and in different layers of ink, transparent and opaque alike.

Texts by Charlott Markus and Sophia Seawell
Designed by Hans Gremmen and printed by Zwaan Lenoir
Some Things Bleak is published by Fw:Books and distributed by Idea Books
2022, Edition 500, Pages 80, 24 × 34 cm, ISBN: 9789083165875 €40,-

This project is made possible with the kind support of AFK – Amsterdam Fonds voor de Kunst, Stichting Stokroos, Tijl Fonds via Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Stichting Jaap Hartenfonds and indirectly via Mondriaan fund.

Thank you all for joining our opening last Saturday at P/////AKT! The following exhibitions and presentations are now on...
12/09/2022

Thank you all for joining our opening last Saturday at P/////AKT!

The following exhibitions and presentations are now on view until 16 October:

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen – MAIN COURSE
Turning to Dust and Bones, part 3
(Main space)

Mutter – Janne Schimmel, Modders and Poachers
(P/////AKTPOOL)

Charlott Markus – Some Things Bleak
(P/////AKTSALON)

Visit us from Thursday until Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

Opening tonight! Come join us for a drink from 20:00 on! We have refreshed our dear P/////AKT façade ✨Kristina Sedlerova...
10/09/2022

Opening tonight! Come join us for a drink from 20:00 on! We have refreshed our dear P/////AKT façade ✨

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen – MAIN COURSE
Turning to Dust and Bones, part 3
(Main space)

Mutter – Janne Schimmel, Modders and Poachers
(P/////AKTPOOL)

Charlott Markus – Some Things Bleak
(P/////AKTSALON)

Benjamin Francis / Tessa Langeveld
(New publications)

09/09/2022

Sneak preview from Kristina Sedlerova Villanen's exhibition MAIN COURSE. ’Turning to Dust and Bones’, part 3 will be on view from tomorrow on! Join us this Saturday 10 September between 20:00-24:00!

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen – MAIN COURSE
Turning to Dust and Bones, part 3
(Main space)

Mutter – Janne Schimmel, Modders and Poachers
(P/////AKTPOOL)

Charlott Markus – Some Things Bleak
(P/////AKTSALON)

Finally here, available from our opening next Saturday onwards: the publications by our final P/////AKTPOOLers Benjamin ...
08/09/2022

Finally here, available from our opening next Saturday onwards: the publications by our final P/////AKTPOOLers Benjamin Francis (Artez Arnhem, 2020) and Tessa Langeveld (AKI, 2020) who participated in the program in 2021-22. With contributions by Àngels Miralda, Laura van Grinsven and Nesli Gül Durukan and Zeger Reyers, Gabriel Lester and Mickey Yang respectively.

Francis and Langeveld were preceded by Stefan Cammeraat (HKU, 2015), Thomas Swinkels (St. Joost Breda, 2015), Lisa Sudhibhasilp (GRA, 2016), Monique IJsseldijk (AKI, 2016), Emiel Zeno (HKU, 2017), Loïs Richard (KABK, 2017), Brigitte Louter (KABK, 2018), Pia Hinz (GRA, 2018), Laura Hogeweg (MAFAD, 2019) and David Grønlykke (GRA, 2019).

P/////AKTPOOL Vol. 1 comprises the endeavours of all twelve participants of this special program, who were each invited shortly after their bachelor graduation. Each of them realised three consecutive presentations with special guests and produced a publication on the results of their project at
P/////AKT.

Some Things Bleak is a publication about seeing versus not seeing, about gender, class and climate, a work about represe...
07/09/2022

Some Things Bleak is a publication about seeing versus not seeing, about gender, class and climate, a work about representation and reproduction. In short, a vehicle for perception and togetherness. It is more of an artwork than an actual book. A hardcover that contains loose sheets, which all have been folded into separate folders. Folders that can be democratically taken out and be used as separate artworks. Three colors give the publication its identity, white, black and blue, which are combined in both paper choices and in different layers of ink, transparent and opaque alike.

Charlott Markus will be present in the P/////AKTSALON during the opening on Saturday 10 September, inviting anyone who wants to have a talk or a private reading.

Texts by Charlott Markus and Sophia Seawell
Designed by Hans Gremmen
Some Things Bleak is published by Fw:Books

This project is made possible with the kind support of AFK - Amsterdam Fonds voor de Kunst, Stichting Stokroos, Tijl Fonds via Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Stichting Jaap Hartenfonds and indirectly via Mondriaan fund.

Mutter presents Janne Schimmel, Modders and PoachersOpening: Saturday 10 September, 20-24 hrsUntil 16 October, Thu – Sun...
05/09/2022

Mutter presents Janne Schimmel, Modders and Poachers

Opening: Saturday 10 September, 20-24 hrs
Until 16 October, Thu – Sun, 14 – 18 hrs

Until the summer of 2023, and expanding the horizon to the future beyond, P/////AKT will be closely collaborating with some of Amsterdam’s youngest and finest. A celebration of The Initiative, of its dedicated organizers and of the many many talented artists that they (re)present and care for. We will talk, think, share experiences and insights - connive why not – and see what makes The Initiative tick. For starters our former P/////AKTPOOL space is put to new use by hosting initiative-initiated projects. After Tilde's kick-off (1934, curated by Masha Domracheva) it’s now Mutter’s turn.

Mutter Amsterdam is a newly open contemporary art platform based in Amsterdam set up in the communal event space formerly known as filmhouse De Lange Adem, run by three of the inhabitants of the Ruychstraat 295 t/m 301. They will present the work of Antwerp based artist Janne Schimmel, who deconstructs existing hardware and technological devices to reimagine what technology is and our relationships with it.

Illustrations by Janne Schimmel and graphic design by Nuno Beijinho.

Sarah Pichlkostner’s solo exhibition ‘Fill O’ at David Dale Gallery opened last month and was the second part of an orga...
02/09/2022

Sarah Pichlkostner’s solo exhibition ‘Fill O’ at David Dale Gallery opened last month and was the second part of an organisational exchange with P/////AKT, with whom she realised the solo exhibition ‘If the moon was a cookie’ in 2018.
‘I didn’t think it would turn out this way’, David Dale Gallery’s project at P//////AKT, took place in November-December of 2021.

Full documentation now visible on https://www.pakt.nu > Past > 2022
Photographs by Max Slaven

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen, NO GUARANTEE, MUU KAAPELI Gallery, Helsinki 2017. Kristina Sedlerova Villanen’s upcoming so...
31/08/2022

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen, NO GUARANTEE, MUU KAAPELI Gallery, Helsinki 2017.

Kristina Sedlerova Villanen’s upcoming solo exhibition MAIN COURSE will open at P/////AKT on 10 September 2022. Save the date!

P/////AKT proudly invites you to Sarah Pichlkostner’s solo project ‘Fill O’ at David Dale Gallery and Studios, Glasgow o...
04/08/2022

P/////AKT proudly invites you to Sarah Pichlkostner’s solo project ‘Fill O’ at David Dale Gallery and Studios, Glasgow on Saturday 6 August, 4 – 8pm. On view until 20 August, Thu 12 – 6 pm & Fri – Sat 12 – 8pm

'Fill O' is the second part of an organisational exchange with P/////AKT, Amsterdam, with whom Sarah Pichlkostner realised the solo exhibition If the moon was a cookie in 2018. The first part of the exchange, 'I didn’t think it would turn out this way' took place at P/////AKT from 13th November – 19th December 2021.

Sarah Pichlkostner (1988, Austria) creates sculptures and environments through which she investigates the representation of invisible processes: the transmission of energy, the passage of time, and our psychological responses to materials and things. Or as she puts it: when material is brought to an object, i.e. is made into one, and the function of this object is continuously developing over time, then the object is ultimately reflecting us.

Online Screening

Empathic Creatures (2018), Barbara Kapusta, 6 mins, 43 secs
Selected by Sarah Pichlkostner and viewable on our website for the duration of the exhibition



Commissioned Writing

A written response to 'Fill O' by Clarinda Tse will be readable on our website in August.

More info here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/sarah-pichlkostner-fill-o-david-dale-gallery-glasgow/

Thank you for coming last Sunday, here are some impressions of the closing event of Spaghetti Rain by Koen Kloosterhuis....
02/08/2022

Thank you for coming last Sunday, here are some impressions of the closing event of Spaghetti Rain by Koen Kloosterhuis. Many thanks to Çağlar Köseoğlu, Mica Pan and her performers and DIG!

Last two days to see Spaghetti Rain by Koen Kloosterhuis! We are open from 14:00 to 18:00 and tomorrow we will host a re...
30/07/2022

Last two days to see Spaghetti Rain by Koen Kloosterhuis! We are open from 14:00 to 18:00 and tomorrow we will host a reading by Çağlar Köseoğlu
and a performance by Mica Pan from 17:00 on.

Also on view:
Tilde ~ 1934 (P/////AKTPOOL)
Raphael Langmair – Again (Monochrome) (P/////AKTSALON)

The public program is moderated by DIG – the Internet Guide of literature magazine De Gids, with editors Asha Karami, in charge of selecting contributors for additional texts and events, and Fabienne Rachmadiev, who is closely following the program in order to write the central essay for the series.

Photograph by Charlott Markus

Koen Kloosterhuis – Spaghetti Rain, installation viewVisit us today until 18:00! The show is on view at P/////AKT until ...
24/07/2022

Koen Kloosterhuis – Spaghetti Rain, installation view
Visit us today until 18:00! The show is on view at P/////AKT until 31 July (Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

Backed into the corner, slightly elevated from the floor, stands the untreated and vulnerable garden house that, instead of providing a solution to survive in an inhospitable environment—like its predecessor the log cabin—has become a place associated with leisure, relaxation and daydreaming. A sanctuary from the outside world placed on the edge of the domestic sphere; a room at the end of the garden. (…)

More info here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/koen-kloosterhuis-spaghetti-rain/

Photograph by Charlott Markus

Koen Kloosterhuis – Spaghetti Rain, installation viewVisit us today until 18:00! The show is on view at P/////AKT until ...
17/07/2022

Koen Kloosterhuis – Spaghetti Rain, installation view
Visit us today until 18:00! The show is on view at P/////AKT until 31 July (Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

Scattered across the floor lie chunks of concrete. A wing, a head, a hand, an elephant’s trunk; the remains of a carefully dissected gathering of garden statues, originally collected by my father. Fragments of bodies that are endlessly reproducible. Clones and copies not bound to time or space—reduced to decoration, degraded to kitsch. (…)

More info here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/koen-kloosterhuis-spaghetti-rain/

Photograph by Charlott Markus

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P/////AKT is a non-profit exhibition space for contemporary art that organizes and facilitates large scale solo presentations through which the audience gets the opportunity to gain insight in the thinking space of the artists.

P/////AKT provides a platform for exceptional, emerging artistic talents, who distinguish themselves through their unique and authentic language and who are capable of giving a different view on the current way of thinking. They are stimulated to work out new developments and are given the opportunity to present their work to a relevant audience. Furthermore, P/////AKT always asks the artists to produce new work that relates to the specific nature and dimensions of the given space and to present their own mental space as an overall presentation within the given context.

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// Postcards from the edge #22 - Anders Dickson//

Anders Dickson is currently working on his solo exhibition ‘Powercells, the commons’ that will open on the 23rd of April 2022. The show marks the first part of P/////AKT’s exhibition program Turning to Dust and Bones which loosely deals with the subconscious, memory and the traces of being uprooted. See the full contribution here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/postcards-from-the-edge-22-anders-dickson/

Postcards from the edge is a series of online artist contributions around current and upcoming projects at P/////AKT. By the means of these small ‘notes’ we want to share some insights on the artistic thinking process leading up to exhibitions and presentations at the space. The contributions will be shared regularly through our website and social media channels.
P/////AKT’s tip>

Our alumnae Brigitte Louter (P/////AKTPOOL, 2019) and Mickey Yang (P/////AKT, 2019) are part of a group exhibition at Het Langhuis in Zwolle which can be visited till 15 May (Sat-Sun 13:00-17:00).

The city of Zwolle is growing, changing, demolishing and building. The Langhuis is located in the middle of the city centre. A building that has witnessed this change for six centuries. During the group show "Six hundred and twenty" six artists will explore the meaning of the building together with the public: now and in the future.
With work by Salim Bayri, Ad de Jong, Vincent Knopper, Brigitte Louter, Dan Perjovschi and Mickey Yang. Curated by Timo van Grinsven and Jonathan van Doornum.
More info here: https://www.langhuis.nl/groepsexpositie-zeshonderdtwintig/

Images:
(1) Brigitte Louter, Possible stages for unperformed plays, P/////AKTPOOL, part 2/3, 2019, photograph by Charlott Markus
(2) Brigitte Louter, Potentieel symmetrische gebeurtenis (totaal), Het Langhuis, 2022, image courtesy of Het Langhuis
(3) Mickey Yang, Closed eyes, P/////AKT, 2019, photograph by Charlott Markus
Thank you all for coming to the finissage of our exhibitions and presentations. You can now find all the documentation online on www.pakt.nu

We will soon announce our next show and new 2022 program, stay tuned!

Photographs by Charlott Markus and P/////AKT
(1) Suchan Kinosh*ta, Architektonische Psychodramen (Main space)
(2) Tessa Langeveld, Thoughts of a Being Whose Tears are Made of Golden Metal, part 3/3 (P/////AKTPOOL)
(3) Riet Wijnen - Sixteen Conversations on Abstraction: Tool One (Template Ruler 1-5) (P/////AKTSALON)
Last days to visit our exhibitions! Visit us today and tomorrow from 14:00 until 18:00!

Tessa Langeveld, Thoughts of a Being Whose Tears are Made of Golden Metal, part 3/3 (P/////AKTPOOL)

(…)

[the image of a birthday cake in a kitchen]
Birthday cakes are being lit every day.
After one year another one will be lit again, yet, for the same person […a representation]
And then again. again, again and again, until that one year.
The merrymaker will inhale some sulfate and exhale it as smoke. Their exhalation will spread cloudy, nearly-transparent letters throughout the entire kitchen. They form kind words, but the family is too occupied cheering the merrymaker to notice. Except for one person, as they happen to trace the path of a fly, they’ll catch a glimpse of just one letter, an A or B or C or D or E or F or G or H or I or J or K or L or M or N or O or P or Q or R or S or T or U or V or W or X or Y or Z, before the word dissolves as a whole.
They’ll think it was their imagination,
and after a couple of birthday cakes they’ve forgotten about it.

I can’t help but wonder, what are the thoughts of a being whose tears are made of golden metal?

Full text here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/tessa-langeveld-part-3-3/
Installation view and detail, photographs by Charlott Markus.
Last days to visit our exhibitions! Today till Sunday 14:00-18:00

~ Suchan Kinosh*ta, Architektonische Psychodramen (Main space)
~ Tessa Langeveld, Thoughts of a Being Whose Tears are Made of Golden Metal, part 3/3 (P/////AKTPOOL)
~ Riet Wijnen - Sixteen Conversations on Abstraction: Tool One (Template Ruler 1-5) (P/////AKTSALON)

Finissage Sunday 27 March
A play in the wire maze - workshop with Johanna Ekenhorst, in conversation with Simone Stergioula
Workshop: 11-13 hrs (please rsvp via [email protected] limited capacity)
Results and exhibition open for public from 14 hrs
Drinks from 17-19 hrs
More info here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/a-play-in-the-wire-maze-workshop-with-johanna-ekenhorst-in-conversation-with-simone-stergioula/

Suchan Kinosh*ta, Architektonische Psychodramen, installation view, photograph by Charlott Markus
Tessa Langeveld, Thoughts of a Being Whose Tears are Made of Golden Metal, part 3/3, exhibition detail, P/////AKTPOOL, 2022

(…)

*STRIKE MATCH* *LIGHT CANDLE*
The teardrop that slided suspiciously ended up in a stranger’s hand.
A warm hand.
Unable to melt it further.
Instant relief.

(…) Full text here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/tessa-langeveld-part-3-3/

The show is on view at P/////AKT until 27 March (Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

Visit us today and tomorrow from 14:00 until 18:00.

Photograph by Charlott Markus
// The Artist’s Library //

The Artist’s Library is a growing collection of titles that have, in one way or another, been relevant to the artist’s practice. They will be on view during
the exhibition and become part of the P/////AKTSALON collection of books afterwards. Suchan Kinosh*ta highly recommends:
– Gertrude Stein, Ida: A Novel, 1941.
– Mike Kelley, Foul Perfection, essays and criticism, 2003.
– Frances Yates, The Art of Memory, 1966.
– Yes, But Is It Edible?, The Music Of Robert Ashley For Two Or More Voices by Will Holder and Alex Waterman, 2014.

‘Architektonische Psychodramen’ is on view until 27 March, Thu-Sun 14:00-18:00
Sixteen Conversations on Abstraction: Tool One (Template Ruler 1-5) is an edition developed by Riet Wijnen and consists of a set of five template rulers designed by five artists and graphic designers: Dafne Boggeri, Linda van Deursen, Mandy El-Sayegh, Ima-Abasi Okon and Haegue Yang, which are collected in a handmade etui.

Wijnen uses the template ruler in her practice as a tool to create type designs that balance between being abstract forms and readable letters, these designs she applies in her woodcuts and other sculptural works. She is interested in the template ruler as a tool that slows down the act of writing: words fall apart into letters, and letters become forms rather than meaning. Here the act of writing becomes a reflection on language itself, language being an abstract construct that we often inhabit as if it is a part of us rather than seeing it as a tool that we use.

The edition is produced on the occasion of Wijnen’s solo exhibition Sixteen Conversations on Abstraction (table / table) at Kunstverein Milano, and in collaboration with P/////AKT, Amsterdam, San Serriffe, Amsterdam and Kunstverein Toronto.

On view in the P/////AKTSALON till 27 March (Thu-Sun, 14-19 hrs)
P/////AKT SUPPORTS UKRAINE

Our hearts go out to the people of Ukraine, the surrounding countries and Russia, who are suffering from the malicious acts of Vladimir Putin. As a gesture of solidarity P/////AKT will donate all the proceeds of what will be sold during our current projects to giro555 of the collaborative aid organizations of The Netherlands. This includes all the publications in our shop (https://www.pakt.nu/publications/), our editions (https://www.pakt.nu/pakt-collection/) and drinks sold during the finissage on 27 March (more information on that will follow).

You can also donate directly through www.giro555.nl.
Tessa Langeveld, Thoughts of a Being Whose Tears are Made of Golden Metal, part 3/3, exhibition detail, P/////AKTPOOL, 2022

*BLOW OUT*—The smell of a match after it’s struck. Blowing out a candle to smell it again, [the image of a birthday cake]. Lighting one after another. It smells like victory. I’m not a pyromaniac, I promise.
(…) or to catch sight of a teardrop of tin suspiciously sliding away, anticipating those two-pieced arms affectionately embracing a cone-shaped torso. No, the teardrop couldn’t take the heat of the embrace. It had to slide off, creating an eerie sound caused by their breaking, concrete blocks.

(…) Full text here: https://www.pakt.nu/2022/tessa-langeveld-part-3-3/

The show is on view at P/////AKT until 27 March (Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

Visit us today and tomorrow from 14:00 until 18:00.

Photograph by Charlott Markus
Suchan Kinosh*ta, Architektonische Psychodramen, exhibition view, P/////AKT, 2022

Architektonische Psychodramen
There is not one but many, a kind of memory scenario that has made itself up out of a spatial perception as there was no other understanding available. Performing a speech while drawing into space, while singing the lines of a forgotten song. The song had to be forgotten in order to refresh its tunes. The contradictions of readdressing while inventing a fictive memory. A play forgetting its scenario, although everybody is playing in it. Memory becomes a leftover which is asking to be performed. Composition becomes the issue.

The show is on view at P/////AKT until 27 March (Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

Visit us today from 14:00 until 18:00.

Photograph by Charlott Markus
Suchan Kinosh*ta, Architektonische Psychodramen, exhibition view, P/////AKT, 2022

19 February – 27 March 2022
Thursday-Sunday, 14:00-18:00

www.pakt.nu

Photograph by Charlott Markus
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