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Factory-Art gallery

Exhibition Detail
DATA ON IMPERFECTION
Curated by: MARTINA CAVALLARIN
Mehringdamm 61
10961 Berlin
Germany


January 10th, 2013 - February 8th, 2013
 
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DATA ON IMPERFECTION is an exhibition highlighting those conceptual aspects of contemporary artistic experimentation where no preference is given to predefined languages but where the focus is on the reiteration of failure intended as an end and a means, on imperfection as a multiplicative and desired  aspect. It is art’s duty to provide some sort of mental physiotherapy to the maladjusted and torn muscle  of collective awareness. DATA ON IMPERFECTION is an effort of this kind, providing a range of broad views and necessary experimentations. The installations by Alessandro Bergonzoni, Gianni Moretti, Maria Elisabetta Novello will be hosted in the halls of Factory Art as organisms under transformations, as bodies, figures and mutant tonalities. These become the donors of a data-laden idea – data pertaining to an order disconnected and unhinged; to that ungovernable order that is the quintessence itself of fallacious and imperfect man, which is, for this very reason, remarkably interesting. Art acts as an instrument of conscience, as a passage from the private to the public and from the public to the private; art as a system of relations and an infinite negotiation of viewpoints; art as a container and diseased carrier of DATA ON IMPERFECTION. It is necessary to place oneself on the edge of Duchamp’s infra-mince, in that imperceptible and  unclassifiable zone where inhabited is the land in between, where the no man’s land must be regenerated, rehabilitated, translated, touched, seen and lived in.


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