until 27.05. | #1328ARTatBerlin | DAD Gallery shows from 27th April 2017 the echibition “Contrabande” by the artist Sander Wassink.
About the artist: Sander Wassink is a Dutch artist and designer who encourages us to reconsider our ideas of beauty, aesthetic value, status. How can we reconsider what is important and what is desirable to include notions of history, memory and the preservation of a past which is slipping away. Amid new construction, new production, and constant proliferation of new forms and facades, Wassink turns his attention to the discarded, the abandoned, the left over and attempts to reimagine what can be done with the already partially formed. What new possibilities exist in the surfaces and materials that are half-built or half-destroyed. Whether his object is the partly demolished facade of an abandoned building, or the everyday detritus from our over productive culture, Wassink asks what new forms and new visions of beauty already exist to be discovered and appreciated.
Exhibition period: Thursday, 27th April – Saturday, 27th May 2017Zur DAD Gallery
Image caption: via DAD Berlin – Sander Wassink
Exhibition Berlin Galleries: Sander Wassink – DAD Gallery Berlin | ART at Berlin