Funded: Johannes Hugo Stoll
'Positive vibration' is an experimental and artistic research project inspired by the context of the Corona pandemic and is presented at the Galeria ElectroPutere. Johannes Hugo Stoll translates situations and events from everyday life, borrowing and combining references and practices from genetic technology, history, political culture and economy.
His starting point is the human body in order to oscillate between inside and outside and to refer to the production of the self. He takes things in his hands, forming their material qualities to emphasize the performative side of our everyday relationships.
In one of the works in the exhibition, 'Is History ok?', Stoll takes biological samples from the nasal cavity of a Kaiser Wilhelm monument, and has them analyzed by a molecular laboratory to investigate the genetic path and biological manifestation of those everyday relationships.
This exhibition is supported by the ifa exhibition funding.