By making the concealed patterns visible, Schreiber’s art appears to be a scanning microscope that probes into the optical depths and makes mathematical depths flicker between lines. In doing so, just like a precision instrument, it adheres to the constitution of the material and the regularities of its inscribed program. Yet, it follows its own measuring results by constantly regenerating the ongoing production back to what has already been produced.
Fri, 23 May, 19.00h – 21.00h
23 May 2014 – 5 Jul 2014