Exhibition Programme
In the vacuum, we felt air
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When does a vacuum free and when does it con­strain? How do we fill a vacuum? Do we fill it alone or to­gether? And with what sto­ries, em­braces, words, ob­jects and values?

“In the vacuum, we felt air” is a group ex­hi­bi­tion and public pro­gramme ex­ploring vac­uums, echo cham­bers, and co­coons, as well as shelter, sanc­tu­aries and safe spaces. It hones in on collectively formed thoughts and spaces, away from what might be the social norm – and on the possibility for connection within such a ‘bubble’. The exhibition includes digital and sculptural works, which, in their own unique way, give rise to physical togetherness and address questions of community-building, belonging, and forming resistance.

We look forward to sharing works by Jonathas de Andrade (Brazil), Eglė Budvytytė (Lithuania), Sabine Groenewegen (The Netherlands), Cristina Lavosi (Italy), and the collective Total Refusal (Austria), among others. Over the coming months, a diverse exhibition programme will unfold with video art, sculptures, artistic research, performances, and workshops.

The festive opening of the exhibition programme takes place on Sunday 7 July from 14:00 to 17:00h.


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