post-title Sophie Erlund | Destined to Protect the Productive | PSM Gallery | 06.07.–22.08.2021

Sophie Erlund | Destined to Protect the Productive | PSM Gallery | 06.07.–22.08.2021

Sophie Erlund | Destined to Protect the Productive | PSM Gallery | 06.07.–22.08.2021

Sophie Erlund | Destined to Protect the Productive | PSM Gallery | 06.07.–22.08.2021

until 22.08. | #3085ARTatBerlin | PSM Gallery shows from 6th July 2021 the exhibition Destined to Protect the Productive with works by the artist Sophie Erlund , as well as the Office of Erbulian Strategies: The 37th Session with Shannon Bool and Sophie Erlund.

Within her artistic practice Danish artist Sophie Erlund has been dealing with a continuously enhancing cluster of topics and questions raised by philosophers such as Hannah Arendt, Timothy Morton and Shoshana Zuboff. Erlund’s sculptures, installations, film and sound works are thus informed by her thoughts about the so-called symbiotic real, and a more-than-human perspective in the time of the second modernity individual, and its implications on the psychology of the digital age.

Beside new sculptures and assemblages for her fifth exhibition at PSM Sophie Erlund will install the Office of Erbulian Strategies: The 37th Session, a collaborative project with the artist Shannon Bool, staging an installation of furniture objects in a post-Freudian setting.

Vernissage: Sunday, 4th July 2021, 12:00 – 6:00 pm

Exhibition period: Tuesday, 6th July – Sunday, 22nd August 2021

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Image caption: Sophie Erlund, Gentle interdependence 2, 2021, wood, glass, ceramic, concrete, clay, metal, electro-boards, moss, mushrooms, foam, 115 x 115 x 15 cm / 45 1/4 x 45 1/4 x 6 in

Exhibition Sophie Erlund – PSM Gallery | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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