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Stand: INV.5


Christison’s paintings are as much an abstract portrait of colour as they are a figurative still life. The imagery she employs are interwoven fragments of her personal history, portrayed in a way that is saccharine and obscured by memory using a visual language made possible by digital technology yet also shows its roots in European post-expressionism.
Margarita Maximova’s video practice incorporates modes of thought about language, the collective memory and digital as well as geographic displacement. Maximova analyzes psychological and emotional concepts and investigates how the difference between the personal and the
public becomes blurred and constantly needs to be redefined in the present-day.
Jasmin Werner perceives skilled work and craft as a reference system, alluding to traditions and stories that are connected to the objects and their making. A collective memory is being addressed through a knowledge which is shared. The space designed by Parasite 2.0 for this occasion will be a reflection on alienating spaces.
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  • Artist Aisha Christison
    Title Table Ornament in cadmium
    Copyright the artist and Damien & The Love Guru
    Technic Oil on linen
    Sizes 50 x 70 cm
    Date 2019
  • Artist Margarita Maximova
    Title Range Of Clues
    Copyright the artist and Damien & The Love Guru
    Technic video
    Date 2019
  • Artist Jasmin Werner
    Title The Frightened Gods of Fortune, Prayer Wheel II
    Copyright the artist & die Künstlerin - photo credit: Stefan Stark
    Technic cylindrical stamps II, steel, lacquer, rolling pins, rubber stamps
    Sizes 200 x 25 x 68 cm
    Date 2018


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