Mixed Feelings has taken the form of a dinner, a screening, a conversation, an exhibition and a publication.

 

The curatorial collective Anorak including Lukas Ludwig, Johanna Markert and Florian Model proposed a project, Mixed Feelings, which is centred around daily experiences and routines as ways of relating to a shared social sphere—the everyday as an atmosphere was the starting point of this project. The various formats of diseminating ideas were conceived together to create different spaces as territories for sincere and mutal exhchange.

 

The group exhibition included Gerald Domenig, Lily Randall and myself and through talks and screenings, the conversation of Mixed Feelings has also included Mike Sperlinger, Alkisti Efthymiou and hopefully many more.

Invisible woman installation

Installation view: curtain projection, cut out figure, video projection

Disturbance Patterns [left] and on my left shoulder [right]

Installation view: digitally printed flags made in collaboration with James Hatton

they're all living in Ballyturk

Installation view: HD video, monitor, headphones

And. still

Installation view: screenprint, canvas stretched on wooden frame

And. still

Detail: screenprint, canvas stretched on wooden frame

Invisible woman

Installation detail, drawing, plywood, chain and castor wheels

Mixed Feelings

Private view: 8th October 2016

October - November 2016


Documentation of group exhibition including Gerald Domenig and Lily Randall at Palermo Galerie and Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Germany. Curated by German curatorial collective Anorak


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© Bryony Hussey 2021