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A hand holding a round mirror; the other hand is being mirrored

Tobias Zielony: The Citizien, 2015 © Tobias Zielony & courtesy KOW, Berlin

FABRIK: ON THE CIRCULATION OF DATA, GOODS AND PEOPLE

Fundación Proa21 | Buenos Aires | 17.05.2019 – 14.07.2019

Exhibition | The exhibition „Fabrik“ raises the question what images might represent today. Refugees, disabled people through the neoliberal system, real and imaginary workers form closed or from a virtual factories, a political engaged video game developer and nameless occupants of rooftops looking for freedom, all these people are part of the exhibition, protagonists of a future living together in the 21st century. The idea of circulation is a common trope running through the works – the circulation of images, of people, and of goods. In this sense, the “Pavilion on Tour” project picks up on a form of movement, a motif, that is anyway couched in these works.

The German Pavilion of the Biennale Arte di Venezia 2015 on tour

Artists: Jasmina Metwaly & Philip Rizk / Olaf Nicolai / Hito Steyerl / Tobias Zielony

Curator: Florian Ebner, Head of the Photographic department at the Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris

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