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The Weathers They Live In - group exhibition

Project Spaces puntWG

WG Plein (opposite no. 80)
1054DM Amsterdam

Open Sat - Sun / 14-18 hrs
+ by appointment

Exhibition 13 May — 28 May

Opening 13 May, 18-21:27 hrs


bathroom of ICE train (private photo)

Thought: Isn’t it the simultaneous presence of warm and cold air on our body that can make us as sensitive to a present moment that any wish for a place elsewhere is suspended for some time? A train compartment, the inside of a car at night, laying on the lakeshore.

The start for this exhibition lies in two experiences, which sometimes coincide ambivalently as they will for this occasion: a corporeal awareness of oneself when subjected to a mix of temperatures and a frustration with encountering products or architecture transforming from open source to sealed surface.

TWTLI is an exhibition initiated by Nicola Arthen proposing a set-up with contributing works by Alondra Castellanos Arreola, Baha Görkem Yalim and Dan Walwin.

The exhibition is proposing to take place in two connected parts and ends with an additional round-up on its last weekend. 

Part 1
Opening: Saturday 13 May, 18 till 21.27 hrs
On view until 19 May

Part 2
Opening: Saturday 20 May, 18 till 21:37 hrs
On view until 28 May

A program of performances, readings and lectures made for this occasion will accompany the show and will be announced online and via Facebook.



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