Kaur Chimuk – Curator
Tamara de Laval (Sweden) – ANDERS BOM LINDÉN (Sweden) – Marko Cesarec (Sweden) – Milton Bhattacharyya (India) – [TAXI] (India) – Preeti Singh (India) – Ana María Rosero (Colombia) – Daniela Vargas (Colombia) ) – Colectivo Monómero (Colombia)
In this exhibition, I am trying to understand the idea of the unrecognized work side. During the conceptualization of this project I have been able to recognize work as a prominent idea, which can be seen from different perspectives. Although I have conceptualized the thematic backdrop of this exhibition during the last 5 months, at the time of selecting the final work of each artist, I try to provide my own space more open and free to be able to see and access the wider possibilities of this thematic critical interest.
I am interested here in the meaning of work in practical sense, it is only what is visible enough to witness in the capitalist world and how this can be the very subtle expression of everyday life. In terms of objective understanding, if an object moves away from a point and reaches another point in space, then only our logic considers the action as a work (can we call the work work as work ?, if not, not there is a system of values to understand the rest of the human activities considered work
This exhibition also deals with the deconstruction of the idea of “true state of work”. In the process of deconstruction, we will probably get to the point where the work does not refer only to the execution but to a way or a “method” for the observation of some tendency.
In this exhibition project, I am looking for the relationships between “alternative timelines” and “reality of work”. The artist works here neither very static nor too physical, what is possible to experience here, is the perception of private work in the intimate space of the artist’s conceptual practice.