Alexander Iskin

Two years ago Alexander Iskin destroyed his computer and smartphone during a performance at SEXAUER and disappeared from the social media. Then he worked in Havana, Mexico City and Los Angeles. After a solo exhibition in LA, he locked himself up in a castle hidden among the fields and rivers of Saxony-Anhalt and devoted himself solely to painting. The result is, according to the artist's terminology, „interrealistic" landscape paintings. By means of a special rotation mechanism, the paintings can be rotated on the wall, therefor the images do not have a fixed upper, lower, right or left side. Thus, the viewer has influence on the formal properties of the picture and indirectly on the content.

Fri, 5 Apr, 18.00h21.00h
6 Apr 20198 Sep 2019

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