What does it mean to be alone? How is it different from being lonely? How have we connected with this topic in the last 18 months of pandemic outbreaks and lockdowns? How did our restricted social lives and cultural experiences affect our relationship with ourselves?
Aloneness is a debut immersive art exhibit of the duo Kia Kali and Alex Cuthbertson that explores the relationship we cultivate with ourselves in solitude. Multiple installation spaces invite visitors to experience a different aspect of this topic, offering contained spaces to breathe, think your thoughts and feel your feelings while blurring the view of others and sharpening your inner connection.
You are invited to travel through different atmospheres and take space to sense and reflect upon what aloneness means to you. Through sound, light, touch and smell, you will be guided on a several-stage journey to explore the light and shadows of the most intimate relationship we have and the one that matters most: the one with yourself.
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Vernissage: Thursday, September 30th, 18 - 22 h
Opening Times: Friday, October 1st, 13 - 22 h
Saturday, October 2nd, 13 - 22 h
Finissage: Sunday, October 3rd, 13 - 22 h
Before you arrive at the exhibit’s space, you will be asked to listen to a sound piece on your own.
Make sure to write your email address when you book your time slot so we can send you the piece!
Please bring to the exhibit a pair of headphones and a charged media device, such as your phone.
Also remember to bring an FFP2 mask and either proof of vaccination or recovery, or a valid negative covid test.
Flutgraben e. V., Gallery Space