INTER-: FUGE. Between the day after tomorrow and yesterday
The exhibition “FUGE. Between the day after tomorrow and yesterday” of the interdisciplinary network INTER- takes up the principle of the fugue as a method of insertion and connection to negotiate the relationship between individual and group in exhibition production. The fugue refers to the polyphony of the network: the different contexts and artistic or theoretical disciplines of the individual actors.
For the exhibition, the nine artists, designers and theoreticians from a wide range of disciplines developed site-specific works that fit into the architectural and thematic interstices of the museum: Sometimes they take up fragments of images from historical works in the collection in order to develop them further, alienate them or reinterpret them; sometimes they appear unexpectedly in the corridors or corners of the museum spaces and other times they serve to open the museum spaces to urban space, to participation or assembly.
As an intervention in the historical collection, the exhibition blurs different temporalities. At the same time, “FUGE. Between the day after tomorrow and yesterday” is a plea for permeability and multiplicity instead of straightforwardness and stringency; a space for free imagination and participation: objects can be climbed, used or even taken along, an installation and collaborative library invite visitors to deepen and discuss the contents of the exhibition. Above all, however, FUGE is a place for everyone who wants to stay in one place again after a long time and exchange ideas.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication in collaboration with the Düsseldorf-based Salat Magazin, which will contain drafts and sketches as well as supplementary material and continuations of the exhibition content.
With Oliver Arendt I Neele Marie Denker I Anne Diestelkamp I Rike Droescher I LYCS Kollektiv I Maryna Makarenko I Philipp Christoph Mayer I Sabrina Podemski I Paulina Seyfried I Julian Westermann
Other collaborations and contributions:
Manifests of Contemporaneity with contributions by: Havin Al-Sindy, And She Was Like: BÄM! (Nelly Gawellek, Luam Hammelrath, Ilka Helmig, Katharina Klapdor Ben Salem, Lisa Long, Manuela Mehrwald, Noelle O’Brien Coker / demask, Leonie Pfennig, Luise Pilz, Lisa Pommerenke, Karoline Raulf, Marleen Rothaus and Yvonne Rundio), Maryna Makarenko, Daria Nazarenko, Sofia Steffens, Majd Suliman, Sabrina Podemski
LYCS Collective X Philipp C. Mayer (Rike Droescher & Sabrina Podemski) ~ Chronocrawler ~ Dance/Choreography – Brigitte Huezo Violoncello – Dimitris Lampos Camera and Editing – Dingliu Yang
Program Culture Night Ulm/Neu-Ulm: In addition, the INTER- network will be available at the Culture Night Ulm/Neu-Ulm on September 18, 2021 as Ask me Guides, offering a tufting workshop at 7:15pm, two performances at 8pm & 10pm, and a reading at 9pm on the roof terrace of the Museum Ulm.
More information also at nextmuseum.io and inter.exposed