Silvia Binda Heiserova is a painter who explores concepts of symbolic masculine power, its historical contexts, mechanisms of its establishing, while rethinking patterns of social perception. With the aim to question the legitimacy of patriarchal power through its symbolic representations, Silvia experiments with fragmentation, hybridization of elements, colors and forms.

With her latest artworks Silvia perceives the urban space from a feminist perspective and depicts it as a neat system of imposed shapes and lines which encloses symbols and vestiges of a patriarchal society and its history - a story being told from a limited point of view, appearing as “the reality”. URBAN HI(S)STORY through the works of this exhibition appears as a story of winners, a story being told within the rules of a restricted system that constantly reproduces itself, its patterns of representation, perception and communication.

The artist will be pesent in Berlin for the opening and throughout the show. Curated by Nele Ouwens.

Fri, 31 Mar, 18.00h21.00h
1 Apr 201722 Apr 2017

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