April 2017
01.04.2017 -
2017 / 201704 / 201705 / Ausstellung
Uriel Orlow personal exhibition
Geraniums Are Never Red

Uriel Orlow
2017 / 201704 / Vortrag
Guest lecture of the Postgraduate Programme in Curating CAS/ MAS ZHdK
Joshua Simon: Verschüttete Traditionen // The Great Soviet Encyclopedia: Communism and The Dividual

Joshua Simon

Mai 2017
2017 / 201705 / Buchvernissage
Christoph Kappeler: Josef Maria Schröder

13.05.2017 -
2017 / 201705 / Ausstellung
Abel Auer, Lisa Biedlingmaier, June Crespo, Ulrika Jäger, Bernadette Wolbring

Friday, 11.10.2013


Vianney Fivel, Ceel Mogami de Haas


“Sometimes I don’t know where this dirty road is taking me; sometimes I can’t even see the reason why.”

Townes van Zandt

One could read Martin Heidegger in Townes van Zand’s infamous lines, but also Robert Walser, Paul Celan, Aby Warburg or Mad Max. Myriorama is substantially a paranoiac-critical method, that in the words of Salvador Dali is “a spontaneous method of irrational knowledge based on the critical and systematic objectivity of the associations and interpretations of delirious phenomena». Une affaire de montage, Myriorama reassembles heterogeneous ready-made element and fabricated artefacts, thus proposing an intertwined understanding of the common and the personal as complementary agents. Myriorama leads to no final conclusion; rather, it eventually presents a constant movement of composition and decomposition of the collected material that like the eponymous game offers infinite combinations of the same image. Open to interpretation Myriorama never substitutes experience with commentary.


If the cap fits, come and wear it!

Posted by Stefan Wagner