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Christoph Giesch: lookout

29.06.2021 to 24.09.2021 - Brückenpassage
Host: Q21

Christoph Giesch: lookout

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Soft Opening and Publication Release
Tue, Jun 29, from 6-9:00

Exhibition Duration
Jun 30 to Sep 24, daily 6-10:00

Christoph Giesch, *1991 in Winterthur/CH, graduated in January this year in the class Sculpture and Space at the Angewandte. He lives and works in Vienna/Zurich.

"Pfeiler" is an exhibition space in the Brückenpassage / MQ.

Quarterly, a work by graduates of the Sculpture and Space department is shown here.

Brückenpassage MQ between Burggasse and Hof 12.

During the opening we will release the publication of the class exhibition In Conversation with Places, curated by Fanny Hauser.


[whisper]
With our human senses, she added, we can only perceive the side of things that face us. We move in, furnish our rooms, add the base and fashion the auxiliaries to our taste for the things of life. Even if we usually see one side of our being, that is the side directed towards us, we actually exist in the dual force of life’s flow.

We linger at the edge. And the walls of this room begin to open up.

Und vergiss nicht,
diese, der Wände, noch andere Seite:
selbst sie, die unverrückbar dir scheinen,
sind voller Wandlung.
 [1]

In its origin the concept of “wall” refers to walls made of wicker, a woven net of young branches that bend into each other like braided goods. This also points to the correspondence in the verbs to wind and wend.

Text: Linda

[1] The Poem of the Dead, by Jean Gebser (1945)

Simultaneously Christoph Giesch opens the exhibition lookout (Doppelpfeiler) at Favoritenstraße 13, 1040 Vienna.

“Pfeiler” is an exhibition space in the Brückenpassage/MQ. 
Every three months, a work by graduates of the Sculpture and Space Department is shown here.

Please be aware of the hygiene measures against COVID-19 while on site. Thank you!

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