Xenia Bond / Maria Cozma / Anders Dickson / Agnese Galiotto / Eva Gasser / Antonis Magoulas / Gabriele Rothemann

17.03.2023–16.04.2023

leise, wie ein Ohrring











Gabriele Rothemann, “Abgenommene Wandzeichnung”, 2012, mineral wall, fresco paint, steel, fiber glass plate


Gabriele Rotheman “Knochenkrücken”, 2022, plaster, emulsion




Agnese Galiotto “Of foxes and birds. Stories from the hill. (East)”, crayon on paper on drywall mount, 2023


Maria Cozma “untitled”, unknown, photo print

Xenia Bond “Piñata Broom I,II”, paper, wood, dust, 2023





Agnese Galiotto “Of foxes and birds. Stories from the hill. (West)”, crayon on paper on drywall mount, 2023


Antonis Magoulas “Heel Tags”, permarnent marker, sound, 2023

Agnese Galiotto “Of foxes and birds. Stories from the hill. (Top of the tree)”, crayon on paper on drywall mount, 2023


Antonis Magoulas “Heel Tags”, permanent marker, sound, 2023

Eva Gasser “Garn um Stein um Karton 2”, yarn, pink egelsberg marble, cardboard, 1997

Eva Gasser “Garn um Stein um Karton 1”, yarn, pink egelsberg marble, cardboard, 1997

Anders Dickson “Fossil Recordings #5: 3rd and long”, watercolour, guache, crayon, ground pine cone on space blanket; plaster transfer, 2016
Silent like an Earring


The flavor was bonelike. More of an esophageal pressure, than salted or peppered. A scatter of dust and plaster in the throat,
spilling through the teeth; like a secret, something that twitches in the silence, resenting its keep.


Rimbaud says,departure is new affection and new noise. But at least at first, it’s faint.


It registers differently - sound with no association - andthat it can be so loud when it’s actually so quiet.


No human noise. Only dry breath.
It’s indeterminacy that’s the most resounding. Loud, but hard to hear.


Camille Clair
and a quote by Anette Wehrmann