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KUY : "I wanna know what will happen tomorrow?" KAY, was still walking - Sarah Pichlkostner

Galleries Annet Gelink Gallery

Laurierstraat 187-189
1016 PL Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 330 20 66

Open Tue - Fri / 10-18 hrs
Sat / 13-18 hrs

Exhibition 13 Jan — 3 Mar

Opening 13 Jan, 17-19 hrs



After her presentation in The Bakery in 2015, Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to host the second solo show by Austrian artist Sarah Pichlkostner, KUY "I wanna know what will happen tomorrow?" KAY, was still walking.

Sarah Pichlkostner has been researching the behavior of materials in her body of work for several years; her work is an exercise in personal isolation and a prolonged communion with the character of materials. Pichlkostner combined effortless contemporary methods with laborious and outmoded fabrication techniques to provoke her materials to do more. The title refers to the artist's last expedient, in which she developed the characters of KAY and KUY, an imaginary pair of protagonists: KAY describes a character who got developed through self-optimizing apps, while KUY is the emotional answer to KAY.

In The Bakery:
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