A Palette of Perspectives
The perspectives of F37 residents and guest artists will be exhibited:
Fidan Nazimqizi, Kamil Abbaszade, Emin Mathers, Lali Binyatova, Sharaf Naghiyeva and guest artists David Finestein, Gvantsa Tskhovrebashvili and Nick Ergemlidze.
Curated by Sharaf Naghiyeva and Emin Mathers.
Opening: 29.09.2022 19:00 - 21:00
29.09.2022 - 13.10.2022
The exposition "A Palette of Perspectives" speaks about contemporary perspectives on human solitude in circumstances of an accelerating outer world and consumerism. We take pills to sleep, to be in harmony and to not see ourselves as lonely and as lost as we are. This leaves us closed, traumatized and even more lost than before. The symbols we choose to surround ourselves with, usually those associated with happiness, further distance us from ourselves.
But is this really true? Is loneliness increasing, or is it just a condition that humans have always experienced at various times of life? Are we becoming lonelier or just more inclined to recognize and talk about the problem?
Instead of thinking whether the glass is half-full or half-empty, let’s examine it from underneath. Let’s look at the world from a different perspective.
This show is a collection of F37 residents’ latest work in three formats - selected photography prints, zines and virtual projects exhibited via QR codes on visitors’ screens.