EXILE is pleased to present this year’s first group exhibition entitled 33 115 68. The show’s title, a secret code for a different title, and the selection of artworks are based on the question of how much we really have to know in order to approach and decipher a piece of art.
In the context of Art even a hidden or disappearing quality can be the source of an artwork’s power and presence. As such, the incomplete is an essential category which encourages the viewer to search for and define what is in his/her interpretation the complete experience. Any seemingly clear and easily understood approach becomes questionable, as only a fragment of the whole meaning can be inferred.
Even if the aesthetic object is a persistent thing, we are dealing in aesthetic intuition instead of a static condition. Of greatest importance is how an artwork appears and speaks to us.
Participating Artists: Carola Deye, Haris Epaminonda, Nschotschi Haslinger, Adrian Hermanides, Katharina Marszewski, Stefanie Popp.