Please join us on Friday 16 May 19:00-22:00 for the opening of Judith Hopf’s fourth and final display at PRAXES, "Untitled (4)". For this exhibition module, Hopf has created a brand-new installation responding in part to the cyclical investigations at PRAXES.
Slowly sinking or about to rise, a landscape of detritus, or objects under construction. Plus to minus, minus to plus, sun up, sun down, (re)cycling. In mathematics, an inflection point marks a change in signs as a curve transitions from concave upwards to concave downwards or vice versa. 'Rises and falls' refers to a series of ballroom dance techniques. Turning points, how to adapt, how to risk, how to read water levels, interest rates, housing prices, how to reemerge, how to disappear.
As of Spring 2014, two external curators are invited with each new cycle to contribute to the process of collectively and critically addressing the featured artistic œuvres. Cecilia Canziani co-curates Judith Hopf’s Cycle of exhibitions.