Be quiet
29.3. – 7.5.2016
NEVAN CONTEMPO
Prague/ Czech Republic
curated by Edith Jeřábková

«I imagine a performer whispering “be quiet” in the ears of visitors, I imagine a male figure screaming at his desk, a psychotherapist with his client, a group of people in danger, a mother and child, and an artist in an empty room. All of these incarnations are stereotypical, since they live in us like archetypes from the past, though their irruption creates an uncertain tension. Fear of the historical means enslavement in the present. Controlled repetition has the ability to affect other recognition receptors. This exhibition should be both a particular and a universal starting point for individual considerations.»
read the full by text Edith Jeřábková/CZ_EN


images by Peter Fabo