Take your TIME does not pretend to be an exhaustive exhibition about the phenomenon of time. It is an experimental composition, in which the various parts mutually reveal new aspects of each other, via similarities, frictions and unexpected shifts. Older works do not represent a chronological starting point, but are arranged in a contemporaneous relationship with newer works. The works are intended to amplify, at times even provoke each other. They are presented physically closer to each other than is customary; the historical periods are compressed, as it were. The exhibition encompasses narratives about time that can be read in countless ways.
My work – SFERA I – is a part of the exhibition.