post-title Nuria Fuster | Walkers | EFREMIDIS GALLERY [ERP Projekt] | 29.06.-24.08.2019

Nuria Fuster | Walkers | EFREMIDIS GALLERY [ERP Projekt] | 29.06.-24.08.2019

Nuria Fuster | Walkers | EFREMIDIS GALLERY [ERP Projekt] | 29.06.-24.08.2019

Nuria Fuster | Walkers | EFREMIDIS GALLERY [ERP Projekt] | 29.06.-24.08.2019

until 24.08. | #2499ARTatBerlin | EFREMIDIS GALLERY shows from 29th June 2019 at [ERP Projekt] the exhibition Walkers by the artist Nuria Fuster.

Efremidis Gallery is happy to present ‘Walkers’ by Nuria Fuster as the second exhibition in ERP Projekt. Nuria Fuster, born in Alcoi, Spain (1978), lives and works in Berlin.

She completed an MA in Fine Arts at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and has attended the Academia di Belle Arti in Rome, Italy.

With ‘Walkers’ Fuster created a site-specific kinetic intervention in ERP Projekt. The two ‘walkers’ are created in direct response to the architecture of the space which ERP Projekt inhabits. ‘Walkers’ recreates the constant flow of movement happening in front of the exhibition space, the rush of the pedestrians from the U-Bahn station to their destination. The separation between inside and outside, private and public has been compromised by the architects Rolf Gutbrod and Hermann Kiess by extending the sidewalk into the building, on view but not accessible. The work engages in a dialogue with the building, the intention of the architects and with the passers-by on Ernst-Reuter-Platz.

Nuria Fuster

Fuster’s sculptural intervention consists of two steel cables that are looped between the concrete pillars situated inside the exhibition space. A single cable hangs down from the looped chain and is moved back and forth by a motor that activates two wheels. An endless motion trapped to repeat itself. At the end of the metal chain, an aberration occurs. A household object is displaced, a reoccurrence in Nuria Fuster’s work.

The object is being dragged over the cobblestones, a slight irritation, an unusual occurrence. The works in ERP Projekt are on view 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, meaning that the ‘walkers’ will be activated continuously till the end of the exhibition.
Sculptural pieces by Nuria Fuster often, after repeated viewing, reveal themselves as durational installations. Natural elements such as gravity, fire, air are given an unexpected role by the artist in the creation of the work. Similarly, for ‘Walkers’, the constant movement of the objects being dragged from pillar to pillar affects them, slowly they are being worn down towards an outcome unknown to us at the moment of writing.

Nuria Fuster, Presionador, 300 x 90 x 52 cm, 2013

Fuster has taken part in numerous international group exhibitions, most notably at Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris, Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid and Centro Botín in Santander, Spain. Her work has been shown at ARCO Madrid, Art Basel Miami Beach, The Armory Show and Art Cologne.

Nuria Fuster is taking part in ‘Una Dimensión Ulterior’ at Patio Herreriano – Museum for Spanish Contemporary Art in Valladolid, Spain. The exhibition opens today, June 8th and runs till October 13th, 2019.

Jinkyun Ahn

In the gallery the solo exhibition Hanged Man of the artist Jinkyun Ahn will end after an extension on 29.06.2019 and can be seen on the day of the opening of Nuria Fuster until 6:00 pm.

ART-at-Berlin---Courtesy of Efremidis-Gallery---Jinkyun-Ahn
Jinkyun Ahn, Hanged Man #2, Digital C-Print, 79.2 x 59.4 cm, 2016

Vernissage: Saturday, 29th June 2019, 4:00 bis 6:00 p.m.!

Ausstellungsdaten: Samstag, 29th June 2019 to Saturday, 24th August 2019



Exhibition Nuria Fuster – EFREMIDIS GALLERY | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Ausstellungen Berlin Galerien | ART at Berlin


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