post-title Enter at your own risk Vol 2 | aquabitArt gallery | 07.11.-30.11.2020

Enter at your own risk Vol 2 | aquabitArt gallery | 07.11.-30.11.2020

Enter at your own risk Vol 2 | aquabitArt gallery | 07.11.-30.11.2020

Enter at your own risk Vol 2 | aquabitArt gallery | 07.11.-30.11.2020

until 30.11. | #2900ARTatBerlin | aquabitArt gallery presents from 7th November 2020 the site-specific artistic intervention “Enter at your own risk Vol 2” by the French artist and architect Pascal Brateau as a suggestion to change the perspective. Curated by Irina Ilieva.

Please note: Due to COVID restrictions, opening hours may be subject to change. Please check: Instagram @aquabitart_gallery, website https://art.aquabit.com

In the current time of world change, it is important for each of us to form appropriate opinions and choose certain points of view. Entering at your own risk Vol 2 refers to the possibility of exploring the construction at your own risk, but it also appears to be an indication of our own responsibility to make decisions.

Context
The installation takes place under the title “Architecture + Art” – a series initiated by Irina Ilieva. The curator regularly invites artists and architects whose work focuses on the interaction between architecture and art in order to explore the similarities and differences of this interplay. This context offers opportunities for a cooperative dialogue between city residents and Berlin visitors, artists and architects, urban planners, landscape architects and municipalities.

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Enter at your own risk Vol 2, Pascal Brateau

Project
After his successful installation “Enter at your own risk” in 2018, Pascal Brateau is returning to the gallery with a special, site-specific concept. The installation by the French artist-architect intends to create a certain “space turnaround” based on the urban context and the volume of the venue. The work of art between sculpture and architectural arrangement explores the space of the gallery – in particular the two existing levels and the small staircase that connects them. The newly created third level offers an elevated view in all directions, especially of the back room of the gallery and the inner courtyard of the house. There the visitor finds a small sculpture built according to the same construction principle as the installation in the front room, thus questioning its own status. Usually facing the street, the gallery space changes its focus and offers a unique opportunity to experience the surroundings from a different height and from a different perspective.

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Enter at your own risk Vol 2, Pascal Brateau, Perspektive 06

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Enter at your own risk Vol 2, Pascal Brateau, Perspektive 03

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Enter at your own risk Vol 2, Pascal Brateau, Perspektive 02-B

With the kind support of the Bureau des arts plastiques des Institut français, the French Ministry of Culture, REGION GRAND-EST, Direction de la culture and aquabitArt Galerie.

Soft Opening: Saturday, 7 November 2020, 2:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 7 November – Monday, 30 November 2020, Tuesday-Saturday, 2:00 – 8:00 pm and by arrangement

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Exhibition Pascal Brateau – aquabitArt Galerie | Contemporary Art – Zeitgenössische Kunst – Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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