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Jul 24

Andata.Ritorno (Indoor exhibition)

andata.ritorno
Rue du Stand 37, Geneva, Switzerland

Heures d'ouverture:
Mercredi-Samedi 14:00-18:00

The art space Andata.Ritorno offers the opportunity to discover all instructions created by the 16 international artists as well as some additional artworks by some of the (re)connecting.earth artists. Visitors experience the works in a different setting in contrast to the outdoor exhibitions. The instructions can be found both in large format on the gallery walls and in poster format stacked next to each other on minimalist pedestals. The posters enable the discovery of the references (artist's name, title, etc...) of each instruction and furthermore offer visitors the possibility to choose their favorites and take them home.

Additional presented works:

Julian Charrière, Digesting Geometry, 2013, Fine Art Print on Canson Platine Fiber Paper, 20 x 30 cm each (image), Courtesy the artist.

Adrien Missika, Unkrautpflege, first performed by the artist in Berlin, 2018, Video documentation, 2020, 4K colour video with sound , 6'22'', Courtesy the artist and Galeria Francisco Fino, Lisbon and Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City.

Bianca Kennedy & The Swan Collective, Animalia Sum, 2019, 360° video with interactive scenes, 9 min, courtesy the artists.

Valérie Favre, Les petits théâtres de vie, 2017, 24 x 28 cm, ink, watercolour and collage on paper.

Andata.Ritorno (Indoor exhibition) with Caroline Bachmann, Julian Charrière, Eli Cortiñas, Valérie Favre, Andreas Greiner and Takafumi Tsukamoto, David Horvitz, Bianca Kennedy and The Swan Collective, Fabian Knecht, Antje Majewski, Luzie Meyer, Regina ...
Installation view at andata.ritorno, (re)connecting.earth Geneva, 2021 © Julien Gremaud
Andata.Ritorno (Indoor exhibition) with Caroline Bachmann, Julian Charrière, Eli Cortiñas, Valérie Favre, Andreas Greiner and Takafumi Tsukamoto, David Horvitz, Bianca Kennedy and The Swan Collective, Fabian Knecht, Antje Majewski, Luzie Meyer, Regina ...
(re)connecting.earth, Geneva. left to right: Julian Charrière, Eli Cortiñas, David Horvitz, 2021 © Julien Gremaud