post-title Kasia Fudakowski | Continuouslessness Travel Edition | Klosterfelde Edition | 17.09.-30.10.2021

Kasia Fudakowski | Continuouslessness Travel Edition | Klosterfelde Edition | 17.09.-30.10.2021

Kasia Fudakowski | Continuouslessness Travel Edition | Klosterfelde Edition | 17.09.-30.10.2021

Kasia Fudakowski | Continuouslessness Travel Edition | Klosterfelde Edition | 17.09.-30.10.2021

until 30.10. | #3198ARTatBerlin | Klosterfelde Edition currently shows the exhibition Continuouslessness Travel Edition by the artist Kasia Fudakowski.

Kasia Fudakowski begins a parallel work to her ongoing sculpture “Continuouslessness”, (begun in 2017), in which the human scale of the panels is reduced to create an on-going travel-edition version. “Continuouslessness” is a life-long project.

The title exists as a messy double negative resulting in negative concord. The word is visually awkward, a linguistically clumsy collection of letters, and the sculpture reflects its title’s literal coalition of chaos. It is a physical translation for an awkward yet functioning union of differing parts. No one panel can stand alone, but must rely on its neighbour for structural support. This neither guarantees harmony nor precludes individuality as each panel may demonstrate a different idea, material or character as long as it’s able to connect to the previous panel, be that an awkward joining of hands. The work will remain unfinished.

Opening: Thursday, 16th September 2021, 6:00 – 9:00 pm.

Exhibition dates: Friday, 17th September – Saturday, 30th October 2021

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Bildunterschrift: Courtesy by Helga Maria Klosterfelde – Kasia Fudakowski

Exhibition Kasia Fudakowski – Klosterfelde Edition | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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