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Gulliver’s Travels, A Voyage to Lilliput | Image rights ROCKELMANN & PARTNER

with: Abdolreza Aminlari, Claire Ashley, Marnie Bettridge, Zack Benson, Alex Bienstock, Virginia Chinana, Julia Colavita, Sonja Dahl, Mark Demuro, Abby Deneau, Kate Starbuck Elliot, Rachel Frank, Kai Franz, Priscilla Fusco, Sean Gerstley, Tahnee Godt, Nicki Green, Stephen Hawks, Christian Hendricks, Ben Harle, Joanne Howard, Johanna Jäger, Florian Japp, Kristiane Kegelmann, Sam Kelly, Rachel Kling- Hoffer, Paul K Krause, Ryosuke Kumakura, Sarah Leber, Rebecca Manson, Sana Musasama, Thomas Natseway, James Payne, Ben Peter- Son, Praveena Christine Pichini, Cochait Pueblo, Valerian Roewer, Bailey Romaine, Katy Rush, James Schenk, Nadja Schütt, Stacy Jo Scott, Michael Stablein Jr., Mark Stafford, Megan Stroech, John Souter, Noah S. Thompson, Kathleen Vance, Brit Wegmann
Curated by: Priscilla Fusco and Ben Peterson
Inspired by Gulliver’s first two voyages, we playfully explore and honor the egalitarian by presenting a traveling exhibition of miniature artworks by over fifty artists. When standing over the exhibition, we are granted a dubious view, the unlimited ceiling simplifies the qualities between the individual pieces below. Comparatively, the artworks are also looking up at us to see our magnified flaws and imperfections in the understructure of the gallery. Like Swift’s comparisons, the different perspectives within the exhibition’s design allow for a multitude of interactions between the artworks to be imagined and understood.

Thu, 29 Nov, 19.00h
29 Nov 201812 Jan 2019

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